How to Control Bulb by Using Arduino UNO and Single Channel 5V Solid State Relay Module

Introduction: How to Control Bulb by Using Arduino UNO and Single Channel 5V Solid State Relay Module

Description:

Compares with the traditional mechanical relay, the Solid State Relay (SSR) has many advantages: it has a longer life, with a much higher turn on/off speed and no noise. Besides, it also has better resistance to vibration and mechanical shock, and better moisture proof performance.


Specification:

  • Control Voltage:5V
  • Static Current:0mA
  • Working Current:13.8mA
  • Size: 25mm x 34mm x 25mm (Length*Width*Height)
  • Input voltage: 5V DC
  • Maximum Output Current: 2A
  • Maximum Output Voltage: 240V AC
  • Input Voltage of Control Signal: 0-2.5V (low level state), the relay will be on; 3-5V (high level state), the relay will be off.
  • Triggered at low level

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Step 1: Material Preparation

The photo above shows item needed in this tutorial:

  1. Bulb.
  2. Arduino UNO.
  3. Bongkah.
  4. Single Channel 5V Solid State Relay Module.
  5. Jumper Wire

Step 2: Follow the Video

Step 3: Source Code

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