16 Channel I2C solid State Relay Module 120VAC 240VAC 2ADesigned by KRIDA Electronics in Latvia
16 Channel I2C Solid State Relay Module for Arduino, Raspberry or any other microcontroller Based on I2C expander MCP23017 Device specification: PCB board dimension 216mm x 72mm Compatible with...Read More…
16 Channel I2C Solid State Relay Module
for Arduino, Raspberry or any other microcontroller
Based on I2C expander MCP23017
PCB board dimension 216mm x 72mm
Compatible with DIN rail plastic holder
Full optoisolation from high voltage
Operation DC voltage – 3.3V and 5.0V
Maximum current @5.0V – 450mA
AC controlling voltage range 100…240VAC
AC voltage frequency range 50…60Hz
Minimum AC current per channel – 30mA
Maximum AC current per channel – 2A
Changeable I2C device slave address
Can be connected up to 8 devices to the one i2c line bus, that mean can be controlled up to 128 channels
LEDs indicators for each SSR relay channel, color RED
Arduino test code, slave address 0x20, *ino - download
Arduino test code, slave address 0x20, *txt - download
Arduino code, controlling each channel separately, *txt - download
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Estimated delivery time to the Europe countries is 7-21 days.
Estimeted delivery time to the United States, Canada is 14-28 days.
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