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TSR SSR-10DA SSR-40DA SSR 25A 60A 80A 100A Three Phase SSR Solid State Relay DC Control AC 480V 5-32V Input Aluminum Heatsink

TSR SSR-10DA SSR-40DA SSR 25A 60A 80A 100A Three Phase SSR Solid State Relay DC Control AC 480V 5-32V Input Aluminum Heatsink

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The TSR solid state relays offer efficient and reliable DC control of AC 480V power with 5-32V input. Available in 10DA, 40DA, 25A, 60A, 80A, and 100A models, these three phase relays feature an aluminum heatsink for optimal heat dissipation. Perfect for applications where precision and durability are paramount.

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Control Voltage: 5-32 VDC
  • Rating: 10A 480V
  • Control Type: DC Control AC
  • Load Current: 10A 25A 40A 60A 80A 100A 120A 200A
  • Size: 150.8mm*75.5mm*37.5mm
  • Module Number 1: SSR-10DA/SSR-25DA/SSR-40DA/SSR-60DA
  • Module Number 2: SSR-80DA/SSR-100DA/SSR-200DA
  • Theory: Solid State Relay
  • Protect Feature: Sealed
  • Usage: General Purpose
  • Contact Load: Low Power

Step 1: Choose a correct control mode
AA- AC Control AC
DA- DC Control AC

Step 2: Choose a correct type
Current of Equipment/Ratio = Current of SSR
PS: The Ratio depend on the kind of your loading equipment.
Resistive load :70%, Inductive load:20%,Capacitive load:10%.

Step 3: Choose a suitable heat sink
During the useage of SSR, it will give out a lot of heat, so in order to extend the life of your SSR, please install a heat sink , also if the current is over 60A,the cooling fan also required.
PS: Our Heat Sink include 2 screws (for install heat sink)

Notice: The inside of the solid-state relay is a semiconductor. A semiconductor switch is a non-physical contact switch. if use a multimeter diode or resistor to test ,it always show a high-impedance state, (multimeter light red).

According to the conventional detection methods of solid state relays: a load is required to test the switching state. Using an incandescent lamp as a dummy load is an obvious way to test continuity.

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