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1 Channel Relay 3V Relay Module for Micro:bit

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1 Channel Relay 3V Relay Module for Micro:bit


SKU: EF04086

weight:20g

1 Channel Relay 3V Relay Module is one of OCTOPUS series of electric bricks. It is fundamentally designed according to OCTOPUS electric brick series with same shape, PCB positioning holes and electric brick connectors. OCTOPUS 1 Channel Relay has adopted a mini and high-quality HUIKE relay, which is available to control all kinds of home appliances and high current load devices. This is a common accessory module for electronic DIY fans.

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    Introduction


    1 Channel Relay 3V Relay Module is one of OCTOPUS series of electric bricks. It is fundamentally designed according to OCTOPUS electric brick series with same shape, PCB positioning holes and electric brick connectors. OCTOPUS 1 Channel Relay has adopted a mini and high-quality HUIKE relay, which is available to control all kinds of home appliances and high current load devices. This is a common accessory module for electronic DIY fans.


    Features


    • Equipped with a high current relay. Its max current can be up to 30A.
    • Adopt 3V power supply, which is enough to support micro:bit.
    • Contact control, including a normally open contact and a normally closed contact.
    • Convenient wire connection.

     

    Quick Start


    Hardware Connection

    Connect the relay module to P1 on octopus:bit using a jumper cable.
    Insert micro:bit into the edge slot of octopus:bit.


    Programming

    Click to open Makecode, write your code in the editor area. Set high electric level to P1 port to make the normally open contact close and the normally closed contact open. Thus, we are able to control the connection of contact switch through code.
    Link of the whole program: https://makecode.microbit.org/_Lvega7TP6ggz

    You can also download it from the page below.

     

     

    Result


    The normally open contact is closed, while the normally closed contact is opened.

     

    Dimension


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