Ks0266 keyestudio Eight-channel Solid State Relay Module

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Keyestudio Eight-channel Solid State Relay Module


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Introduction

Keyestudio eight-channel solid state relay is a high level effective solid state relay, that is to say, the input control signals is the high level (3.3-5 V), the relay is on; while the input control signal is high level (0-2.5 V), the relay is off. Solid State Relay is a new kind of contactless switching device which is composed of all solid state electronic components. Compared with the electromagnetic relay, its reliability is more higher, with the features of non-contact, long service life, fast and less outside interference. The output control terminal of the keyestudio solid-state relay must be connected to the circuit, and its working current needs to be bigger than 50mA, so that the solid state relay can be disconnected normally.
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Performance Parameters

  • Electrical parameters:
Voltage Static Current Working Current Trigger Voltage Trigger Current
Channel 1 DC 5V 0mA 13.8mA 3.3-5V 2mA
Channel 2 DC 5V 0mA 26.8mA 3.3-5V 2mA
Channel 3 DC 5V 0mA 37mA 3.3-5V 2mA
Channel 4 DC 5V 0mA 48mA 3.3-5V 2mA
Channel 5 DC 5V 0mA 59mA 3.3-5V 2mA
Channel 6 DC 5V 0mA 70mA 3.3-5V 2mA
Channel 7 DC 5V 0mA 81mA 3.3-5V 2mA
Channel 8 DC 5V 0mA 90mA 3.3-5V 2mA
  • Output port : AC240V/2A

Connection Diagram


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Sample Code

int BASE = 3 ;  //The first relay I/O port
int NUM = 8   //Total number of relay
void setup()
{
   for (int i = BASE; i < BASE + NUM; i ++) 
   {
     pinMode(i, OUTPUT);   //Set the digital I/O port to output
   }
}

void loop()
{
   for (int i = BASE; i < BASE + NUM; i ++) 
   {
     digitalWrite(i, HIGH);    //Set the digital I/O port outputs to "HIGH", that is, gradually open relay
     delay(200);        //delay
   }
   for (int i = BASE; i < BASE + NUM; i ++) 
   {
     digitalWrite(i, LOW);    //Set the digital I/O port outputs to "LOW", that is, gradually close relay
     delay(200);        //delay
   }  
}

Result

Wiring as the above image, after powered-on, eight-channel solid state relays are first connected and then broken successively,repeating alternately.

Resource

PDF:

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1bVGkOans_UoWegSrJs8Ft3D4GEKakp-1

Buy from

Official Website

http://www.keyestudio.com/keyestudio-eight-channel-solid-state-relay.html