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In the need of a single relay controlled by an Arduino or form-factor compatible board? Here's the Simple Relay Shield to the rescue!
This DPDT 5V relay is used for a good many robot projects, usually for motor power routing.
The Crydom D2W203F Solid State Relay is a simple way to activate AC loads. Use a DC input from 3-32VDC to control an AC output up to 240AC, to a maximum of 3 Amps.
This PCB mount mechanical relay allows isolated control of AC or DC voltage at up to 12A @ 250VAC (see datasheet for details).
PicoSwitch is a relay switch that you toggle via hobby radio control gear.
The Grove latching relays are interesting because they take a pulse to toggle their state, which it maintains even after a power cycle.
Think of a Grove-compatible relay with no moving parts!
When you need to control LOTS of DC current, and don't want any noise (electrical or audible), you need a Solid-State Relay!
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