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    12V Relay

    NPR 45.00

    Make and break. 7A @ 12V, 4 terminals (6.3mm blade)

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    2 channel relay module

    NPR 625.00
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    4 Channel Relay Module (5v)

    NPR 500.00

    This is a 5V 4-channel relay or four channel relay module interface board, and each channel needs a 15-20mA driver current. It can be used to control various appliances and equipment with large current. It is equiped with high-current relays that work under AC250V 10A or DC30V 10A. It has a standard interface that can be controlled directly by microcontroller.

    • Size: 75mm (Length) * 55mm (Width) * 19.3mm (Height)
    • Weight: 61g
    • PCB Color: Blue
    • There are four fixed screw holes at each corner of the board, easy for install and fix. The diameter of the hole is 3.1mm 
    • High quality Songle relay is used with single pole double throw, a common terminal, a normally open terminal, and a normally closed terminal 
    • Optical coupling isolation, good anti-interference.
    • Closed at low level with indicator on, released at high level with indicator off
    • VCC is system power source, and JD_VCC is relay power source. Ship 5V relay by default. Plug jumper cap to use
    • The maximum output of the relay: DC 30V/10A, AC 250V/10A
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    5V Relay

    NPR 100.00

    One of the most useful things you can do with an Arduino is control higher voltage (120-240V) devices like fans, lights, heaters, and other household appliances. Since the Arduino operates at 5V it can’t control these higher voltage devices directly, but you can use a 5V relay to switch the 120-240V current and use the Arduino to control the relay.

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    6V Relay

    NPR 90.00

    7A @ 6V.  4 x 6.3mm blade terminals. With mounting lug.

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    One Channel Relay Module (5V)

    NPR 250.00

    This single relay module can be used to control lighting, electrical and other 220V equipment from an Arduino digital output.