ADIY 1 channel 5v relay module is designed for switching only a single high-powered device from your Arduino. It has a relay rated up to 10A per channel at 250VAC or 30VDC. There are two LEDs on the relay module indicating the position of the relay. We have three channels of the relay broken out to screw pin terminals.
The channels are labeled for their function: common (COM), normally closed (NC), and normally open (NO). On the other side of the module, there are three pins – a Ground pin and a VCC pin to power the module and an input pin IN to control the relay. The input pin is active low, meaning the relay will be activated when you pull the pin LOW and it will become inactive when you pull the pin HIGH.
A relay is an electromechanical device that uses an electric current to open or close the contacts of a switch. The single-channel relay module is much more than just a plain relay, it comprises of components that make switching and connection easier and act as indicators to show if the module is powered and if the relay is active or not.
Features & Specifications: ADIY 5v Relay Module Single Channel
- Supply voltage – 5V
- Logic Signal voltage – 3.3V or 5V
- Quiescent current: 2mA
- Current when the relay is active: ~70mA
- Relay maximum contact voltage – 250VAC or 30VDC
- Relay maximum current – 10A.
Applications: ADIY 5v Relay Module Single Channel
- Mains Switching
- High Current Switching
- Isolated Power Delivery
- Home Automation
Dimensions: Length*Width*Height(mm) = 18*53*16