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4-Channel AC/DC Relay Module 125V-250V AC / 30V DC / 10A per channel ↓ details & specifications
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Architecture Arduino
Operating Voltage 12 -volt
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Package Type OEM
Dimensions us | metric
Depth 17 mm
Height 77 mm
Width 55 mm
Product Weight 60 g
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SKU 1147900
DATE LISTED 12/21/2012
Details:
  • Suitable for high current or high voltage equipment controlled by Arduino digital IO port
  • Arduino Relay Shield provides 4-way input and output
  • Easily connected with Arduino expansion board
  • Great for microcontroller experiment
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dMos82
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Good Quality
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+12V power supply required
You have to supply +12V to Vcc and Gnd from an external power supply. Then the jumper has to be removed and Com pin connected to arduino Gnd. Then it wrks perfectly.
Reviewed on 12/3/2015 Was this review helpful to you? Yes / No

deathmaster678
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very good. Good 4-Channel AC/DC Relay Module. all working. thanks!
Reviewed on 9/26/2015 Was this review helpful to you? Yes / No

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KatOnoma
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need an extra power supply (12V).
Works flawlessly. It is indeed heavy and well made with robust relays. Although I'm not using it continuously (only tested it), I would trust it (I mean, leave it at home 24/7 to control loads).
Reviewed on 3/31/2015 Was this review helpful to you? Yes / No

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
PROS
works controls ac or dc up to 10 amps not too loud optically isolated easy to code
CONS
relays seem to require 12v to energize, i tried and tried with 5v but had no luck.
i had to remove the jumper and connect com to gnd on the arduino then vcc to +12 and gnd on the relay chip to the ground for the +12v other than that headache it has worked flawlessly, would and likel... (read full review)
Reviewed on 2/11/2015 Was this review helpful to you? Yes / No
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