Introducing the 5-volt and 12-volt 5-channel relay module
The relay module is actually a key that has the ability to turn on and off high voltage devices with low voltage For example, using a micro controller, you can turn on and off a large pump, and the relay module is placed between the micro controller and the large pump.
The most common use of the relay module is when you want to implement automation and Internet of Things projects. In these circuits that are based on microcontrollers, the relay module is definitely a basic and important requirement. Especially if you want to control home appliances with boards such as Arduino or AVR microcontrollers, you will find that you cannot connect these circuits directly to home electrical appliances.
Because the working voltage of Arduino and control circuits is between 5 and 12 volts, while home appliances work with 220 or 110 volts. This is where this relay module is used and is placed as an interface key. For a better understanding of the relay module and its function and where it is used, I suggest you watch the video below, in addition to watching the test video of this relay module model.
Features of Asare company’s relay module
Industrial 5-channel relay module in two different working voltages, suitable for smart and automation projects
It has 5 channels of 10 amps
Has a safety fuse
It has a light to indicate whether the channel is active or inactive
Has a power light
High range safety and cracks for high amperage
No risk of overheating up to 10 amps
Has a 6 month warranty