Seeedstudio Grove Relay Module

SeeedStudioSKU: RB-See-664
Manufacturer #: 103020005

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Sale price $3.88

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Description

  • Digital normally open switch that controls a relay
  • Capable of switching much higher voltages and currents
  • Peak voltage capability: 250V@10A
  • Compatible with Arduino, Raspberry Pi, BeagleBone, Wio and LinkIt ONE

The Seeedstudio Grove Relay Module is a digital normally open switch that controls a relay capable of switching much higher voltages and currents than your normal Arduino boards. When set to HIGH, the LED lights up and the relay closes allowing current to flow. The peak voltage capability is 250V at 10 amps.

Seeedstudio Grove Relay Module

Seeedstudio Grove Relay Module

  • 1 x Grove - Relay
  • 1 x User Guide

Seeedstudio Grove Relay Module

  • 42mm x 24mm x 18.50mm
  • Operating Voltage 5V 3.3V~5V
  • Operating Current 60mA 100mA
  • Relay Life 100,000 Cycle 100,000
  • Cycle Max Switching Voltage 250VAC/30VDC 250VAC/30VDC
  • Max Switching Current 5A 5A
  • Weight: G.W 19g   

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Craig
Very nice. Five stars

Very nice small relay module yet handles 10A. Also very useful since accepts a range of input voltages 3.3 – 5V so can work with Raspberry Pi and Arduino or similar microprocessors. Only has NO (normally open) contacts so contacts act as SPST switch. There are four wires but you do not connect the white wire. Red connects to VCC (+ power), black connects to ground, yellow (signal) connects to the microprocessor pin to control the relay. High turns it on.

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Craig
Très agréable. Cinq étoiles

Très joli petit module de relais qui gère encore 10A. Également très utile car accepte une plage de tensions d’entrée de 3,3 à 5 V et peut donc fonctionner avec les Raspberry Pi et Arduino ou des microprocesseurs similaires. N'a que des contacts NO (normalement ouverts) afin que les contacts agissent comme un commutateur SPST. Il y a quatre fils mais vous ne connectez pas le fil blanc. Le rouge se connecte à VCC (+ puissance), le noir se connecte à la terre, le jaune (signal) se connecte à la broche du microprocesseur pour contrôler le relais. High l'allume.

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