Solid State Relay Features
25A 70-280V AC to AC solid state relay (SSR) features high structural strength, good impact resistance, and strong shock resistance. The SSR offers a reliable switching the commercial and industrial loads, such as computer peripheral interface device, printing machine, molding machine, food machine, packaging machine, and so on.
- Built in RC absorption
- Photoelectric isolation
- SCR output
- LED indicator for operation status
- Removable protective cover for safety
- Panel mount
- Zero-crossing switch type
25 Amps AC to AC SSR Specification
||Control voltage range
|Max. input current
|Must operate voltage
|Must release voltage
||Load voltage range
|Maximum off-state leakage current
|Maximum off-state time
|Maximum on-state voltage drop
||Dimension L – W – H (mm)
|Dielectric strength (input to output)
|Dielectric strength (input, output to the base)
* When the load current is higher than 10A, a heat sink must be added to the SSR or the SSR should be mounted on a metal base plate with heat dissipation effect, and apply the thermal grease between them.
* Heat Sink for Single Phase SSR
- Material: Aluminum
- Mounting Size: Mounting hole diameter - 3mm, threaded hole distance - 48mm
- Dimension: 125*70*50mm (L*W*H)
- Weight: 250g
- Application: Less than 40A single phase solid state relay
Solid State Relay Dimension
SSR Wiring Diagram
Tips: Solid state relays' advantages and disadvantages
Solid state relays work reliably and have a long life, no noise, no spark, no electromagnetic interference, fast switching speed, strong anti-interference ability, and small size, impact resistance, vibration resistance, anti-explosion, moisture proof, corrosion resistance, compatibility with logic circuits such as TTL, DTL, HTL. They can directly drive high-current load with tiny control signals.
The main disadvantage is the existence of on-state voltage drop (corresponding cooling measures needed), off-state leakage current, common use in AC and DC conditions, fewer contact sets, as well as poor indicators including overcurrent and overvoltage and voltage rise rate, current rise rate, etc.