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Ciseco B003 Arduino 10A Relay Prototype Shield Mains or DC

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Brand: Ciseco  MPN: B003 
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This simple to use shield is fitted with a 10A 240V AC 28V DC relay that can be switched with just one line of code and a simple input.
  • Simple to use, fully configurable just connect "input" to any pin on the micro/shield
  • Supports any Arduino shaped board
  • Extra tall header pins raises the shield to avoid tall components below
  • Has very useful interior pads so the board can be easily hard-modded to suit any layout
  • Supplied with a Shrack T7NS5D4-06 relay
  • Pin compatible with the entire T7N range (5V, 6V, 9V, 12V, 24V and 48V) the power can be externally supplied if desired by removing a jumper link
  • Relay has 10 amp 240 VAC/28VDC contact rating
  • Onboard 'in use' LED
  • Onboard transistor driver buffers for easy drive from any micro or TTL source (3.3mA max.)
  • Onboard back EMF protection diode
  • Useful tie wrap holes to strap connecting wires to
  • Stardard 16A screw terminals
Type Relay interface


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22 November 2013 Question by: Rapid Customer | Product code: 73-4576
Q. Is this a self contained unit that can be controlled by any microcontroller that outputs a logic level (i.e. +5volts).
A. Hi Kevin. Thank you for your question. The relay is switched on using the normal 5V signal that is supplied by the Arduino. The board is laid out for easy connection with the Arduino. The board could be used for other microcontrollers but is not intended to be. You would just have to work out where to connect power and signal.


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