Remote activated contactor with 5V coil

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Remote activated contactor with 5V coil

Postby edugimeno » December 11th, 2017, 6:03 am

Good morning.
Im trying to find a conponent that I can use to activate/deactivate a 220V line with my Arduino. I found this LADN11 contactor but it uses a 24V for the coil.
I would like something like this but with a 5V coil that I can drive directly with an Arduino, to drive external devices and on a DIN rail.

Has anyone seen anything like this before?

Thanks
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Re: Remote activated contactor with 5V coil

Postby k-ww » December 11th, 2017, 6:48 am

Have you looked at the various solid state relay modules? They run from 5V an can switch anywhere from 1A to 20+A at 240VAC.

Look under "Solid State Relays & Contactors" at Farnell / Newark.
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Re: Remote activated contactor with 5V coil

Postby edugimeno » December 11th, 2017, 7:23 am

Ok yes I had tried it, but I guess I had selected some filters wrongly...as I tried again to provide you with the results I got, and now I see some usable products....
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