Silicon TechnoLabs STL005V1.1 Silicon TechnoLabs 5V Single Channel Relay Module for Arduino, AVR, PIC, ARM7, 8051, Raspberry PI Silicon TechnoLabs


Price: ₹ 360.00 - ₹ 95.00
(as of Jan 30,2023 01:54:40 UTC – Details)



Relay board module is used for controlling higher current loads from your microcontroller development board, PC parallel port or Arduino Uno. This board has one on-board relay which can switch up to 7 Amps. Relays terminals (COM, NC, NO) are accessible through screw terminals which makes wiring up the board very easy. The relay is safely driven by transistor BC547 hence your input device, such as Arduino, is protected from relay circuit. There is free-wheeling diode which will further protect your microcontroller from relay kick back. This is a 5V One-Channel Relay interface board which can be controlled directly by a wide range of microcontrollers such as Arduino, AVR, PIC, ARM, 8051 and so on.
Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
Package Dimensions : 9.5 x 7.5 x 4.4 cm; 20 Grams
Date First Available : 16 November 2015
Manufacturer : Generic
ASIN : B06X93KVKV
Item model number : STL005V1.1
Country of Origin : India
Manufacturer : Generic, Silicon TechnoLabs, Surat, Gujarat www.silicontechnolabs.in | Customer Care : +91-9727838452 | E-mail: info@silicontechnolabs.in
Packer : Silicon TechnoLabs, 114-116, Ugam Apartment, Surat, Gujarat www.silicontechnolabs.in | Customer Care : +91-9727838452 | E-mail: info@silicontechnolabs.in
Importer : Silicon TechnoLabs, 114-116, Ugam Apartment, Surat, Gujarat www.silicontechnolabs.in | Customer Care : +91-9727838452 | E-mail: info@silicontechnolabs.in
Item Weight : 20 g
Included Components : One channels 5V relay Module.

Beware from clone or fake products sold by other store
Package Contains: 1 x one channels 5V relay module
Equipped with high-current relay 7A at 250V AC or 10A at 24V DC
It can control both AC and DC appliances such as solenoids, motors, lights, fans, etc.
High quality screw terminals (terminal block) provided (COM, NC, NO) for quick and easy connection

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