Solid state relays, also known as SSRs use semiconductor switching in place of the moving coil that will be found in a mechanical relay. The solid state relays linked below are divided into two main categories.The standard solid state relays are basically SSR versions of the mechanical relays (see the description in the mechanical relay category for an explanation of SPST, DPDT, NO, NC, etc.). Here you will find a diversity of SSRs made to work on input voltages as high as 480 Volts, and to handle loads as large as 40 Amps.
Solid state input/output relays are generally made to accomplish more complicated switching than mechanical relays or the SSRs in the other category, and to handle more than just a simple input as well. They have a wide variety of applications in today's digital world.
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We have many different rated Solid State Relays. Raging from 2A to 40A. You are sure to find the Solid State Relay you need.Solid State Relay, SSR