IC Station 4 Channel USB Relay Module 250V AC DC Windows Arduino

BHAA100001
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£9.69

This module is ideally suited to controlling multiple larger voltages within a project through a USB or serial connection. This is a 4 channel relay module whic

FEATURES
  • Flux SKU:
    BHAA100001
  • Brand:
    IC-Station
  • MPN:
    ICSE012A
  • UPC:
    Does Not Apply
  • Length:
    100
  • Width:
    43
  • Height:
    18
  • Weight:
    56
  • Packaging type:
    OEM
  • Main Colour:
    Blue
  • Country of Manufacture:
    China
  • Drive Voltage:
    5V
  • Can be USB Powered:
    Yes
  • Characteristics:
    Compatible with Relay board manager (Windows compatible)
  • Logic Levels:
    5V
  • Draw Current:
    400mA
  • Relay Type:
    Electromechanical
  • Relay Channels:
    4
  • Maximum Relay Ratings:
    10A 250V AC
    10A 30V DC
  • Relay Actuation Time:
    < 10ms
  • Communication Format:
    TTL Voltage
  • Communication Chipset:
    PL-2303HX
  • Baud Rate:
    9600(default)
  • Chipset:
    ULN2803AG
  • Mounting holes:
    M3 70/40mm
  • Pin pitch:
    2.54
  • Interfaces:
    USB-Micro
  • Soldering Points:
    Serial
  • Operating Temperature:
    -40°C to 85°C (unconfirmed)
  • Number of Pieces:
    1
DESCRIPTION
This module is ideally suited to controlling multiple larger voltages within a project through a USB or serial connection. This is a 4 channel relay module which can be used to activate up to 250V AC and 30V DC. This allows you to build in device control, operating remote lights or triggering systems when the module is supplied with a signal. This signal can come from a range of sources including most standard microcontrollers as well as a Windows programs, IC Station Relay Board Manager.
The module has 4 LEDs that inform of the state of the module. A red power activation LED that lights when a signal is received on the IN pin. When a signal is received a audible click can be heard as the relay triggers, connecting the output pins.
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you require further information regarding the module's operation.

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