LC Technology 5A Over-current Protection Relay Module ZMCT103C 12V

LBAA100016
£6.69

8 in stock

This set is ideally suited to over-current protection to your project. This module lets you control a second voltage using the current detected in a wire. Combi

FEATURES
  • Flux SKU:
    LBAA100016
  • Brand:
    LC Technology
  • MPN:
    LC-Sensor-Relay-12V
  • UPC:
    Does Not Apply
  • Length:
    43
  • Width:
    38
  • Height:
    21
  • Weight:
    24
  • Packaging type:
    OEM
  • Main Colour:
    Blue
  • Country of Manufacture:
    China
  • Drive Voltage:
    12V
  • Characteristics:
    0.3 - 5A Current range
    20 - 400Hz Frequency range
    Onboard trigger potentiometer
  • Draw Current:
    <20mA
  • Relay Type:
    Electromechanical
  • Relay Channels:
    1
  • Maximum Relay Ratings:
    5A 250V AC
    20A 30V DC
  • Relay Actuation Time:
    <10ms
  • Chipset:
    LM358
  • Form Factor:
    5mm Hole diameter
  • Mounting holes:
    M2 40/34mm
  • Pin pitch:
    2.54
  • Connectors:
    Screw Terminals
  • Operating Temperature:
    -40°C to 85°C (unconfirmed)
  • Number of Pieces:
    1
DESCRIPTION
This set is ideally suited to over-current protection to your project. This module lets you control a second voltage using the current detected in a wire. Combining a current sensor and relay, the current can be measured and compared against a trigger. If it exceeds it the relay will trigger.
A trigger current can be set using the onboard potentiometer. Once selected on reaching the trigger current the relay will be activated.
This module contains a single 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.
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you require further information regarding the module's operation.
Pin Description
GND 0V
VCC 12V
Terminal Description
NO Open until triggered
COM Common
NC Closed until triggered

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