8-CH SSR 5A DC-DC 5V-220V Solid State Relay

SKU: 101-70-144 1 review Variants ID: 8651940724846
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SSR-GJ series for small high-power solid-state relays, input control voltage is 3~5VDC, output adopts a unidirectional thyristor reverse parallel, dv/dt resistant ability is high, the output load voltage range of 5~220VDC. Great to meet customers various requirements in different places.

  • The photoelectric isolation
  • The 4000V dielectric withstanding voltage
  • The zero or random conducting switch
  • The PCB type installationThe SCR output
  • Have extremely high surge current capability
  • Built in RC absorption circuit
  • It can provide LED indicate the working state of products
  • Environmental friendly ( in line with the ROHS requirements )
  • Input ( control ) parameters ( TA=25℃)
  • Input voltage range: 3~5VDC
  • Ensure that the turn-on voltage: 3VDC
  • Ensure that the turn-off voltage: 1VDC
  • Input current ( typical): 18Ma
  • Input current ( max): 25mA
  • Reverse polarity voltage ( DC ):-5VDC
  • Output ( load ) parameters ( TA=2℃)
  • Output voltage range: 5~220VDC
  • Maximum transient voltage: 800Vpk
  • Maximum output current : 1Ma’
  • Maximum output voltage: 1.5Vrms;
  • Maximum load current: 5A
  • Maximum surge current (10ms ): Rated current of 20 times
  • The minimum power factor: 0.5
  • Minimum working current: 50MA
  • High level action
  • Low level cut-off
  • Control panel input: 3~5VDC
  • Power supply input: 3~5VDC
  • Size: 138*71*25mm;
  • FR-4 Fiber glass PCB (Double Layer)
  • PCB thickness: 1.6mm
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Audley W.
United States United States

Works great, please include schematics for your customers ==< 1 - 8, Switching connection; apply + voltage to close (turn on) the load ==< 9, ground ==< 10, power. +3 - 5v required to turn on any circuit. Removing power will open (turn off) all circuits, even if power is applied to 1 - 8. The spec sheet suggests +3 - +5 volts as the input (switching) power on pins 1-8 and on pin 10. I tested the input up to 13.5v and found no problems with overheating of the components in the switching circuits. Note that the load is only switched in one direction. If you reverse the + and - on the load connection, current will flow even with no voltage applied to the input circuit.