5V 1 Channel H/L Level Trigger Optocoupler Relay Module For Arduino

5V 1 Channel H/L Level Trigger Optocoupler Relay Module For Arduino Australia
5V 1 Channel H/L Level Trigger Optocoupler Relay Module For Arduino Australia
Product ID: LB-LR0046

$5.00

We have 23 units of the 5V 1 Channel H/L Level Trigger Optocoupler Relay Module For Arduino in stock at our Sydney warehouse.

If ordered before 2pm, this part would be delivered on or before Monday, May 27 to most parts of Australia.

We can get a further 1000 units.
If you order today we can dispatch this stock between Wednesday, Jun 05 and Monday, Jun 10 2019.

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Description

High quality relay. On board SMD optocoupler isolation. The module can be set high or low by a jumper setting trigger. With a fault-tolerant design, even if the control line is broken, the relay will not operate. Terminal lead connection.


Power indicator - Green

Relay Status - Red


Maximum load: AC 250V/10A, DC 30V/10A
Trigger current: 5mA
Working voltage: 5V
Module size: 50 x 26 x 18.5mm (L x W x H)
Four mounting bolts holes, diameter 3.1mm

Module interface:

DC+: positive power supply (VCC)
DC-: negative power supply (GND)
IN: can be high or low level control relay

Relay outputs:

NO: normally open relay interface
COM: Common Interface Relays
NC: normally closed relay interface

High and low level trigger options:

It is low level trigger when jumper connect to LOW pin
It is high level trigger when jumper connect to HIGH pin
 

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