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    Solid state relay SSR-60DA, 60A 3-32V DC to AC

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    General purpose solid state relay SSR-60DA, 60 amp load current rating, 3-32V DC control voltage, 24-480V AC load voltage, with LED indicator, zero cross, ideal for frequent switching occasions.
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    Solid State Relay Features

    • SSR load current 60A (DC to AC)
    • Built-in RC
    • LED indication
    • Zero-crossing switch

    60DA SSR Specification

    Basics Model ATO-SYDH6048ZD3
    Size 57.4х44.8х28mm
    Weight 135g
    Mounting method Bolted
    Ambient temperature -20℃~75℃
    Humidity ≤95%(non-condensing)
    Technical parameters Control mode DC-AC
    Load voltage 24~480V AC
    Load current 60A
    Control voltage 3~32V DC
    Control current DC 3-25mA
    On-state voltage drop ≤1.5V
    Off-state leakage current ≤2mA
    Off-state time ≤10ms
    Dielectric strength 2500V AC (1min)
    Insulation resistance 500МΩ with 500V DC
    LED indication YES
    Cooling Need fan for cooling or water cooling

    Solid State Relay Dimensions

    SSR single phase dimensions

    SSR Wiring Diagram

    SSR single phase wiring dc ac

    Tips: Electromagnetic relay (EMR) vs solid state relay (SSR)

    1. Structural differences
      Electromagnetic relays work relying on suction effects generated between electromagnet core and armature by the internal circuit of input circuit. SSR, without any mechanical motion components inside, uses electronic components to perform its function. Its input and output are optically isolated.
    2. Working methods
      Electromagnetic relay uses the electromagnetic induction principle, and control on-off state of circuits through the power of the electromagnet. Therefore, AC or DC is allowed for contacts if DC is used for coils. SSRs achieve their functions of isolation and relay switching relying on electric, magnetic and optical characteristics of semiconductor devices and electronic components. Therefore, SSRs are divided into the type of DC input - AC output, DC input - DC output, AC input - AC output, AC input - DC output.
    3. Working conditions
      Electromagnetic relays use suction effects generated between armatures to connect and disconnect circuits. Therefore, it has slow reaction, noises, limited life expectancy. SSRs have short response time, noise-free operation and a long life.
    4. Operating environment
      As for factors such as temperature, humidity, atmospheric pressure (altitude), sand and dust pollution, chemical gases and electromagnetic interference, electromagnetic relays are generally not as good as SSRs.
    5. Electrical performances
      For electromagnetic relays and corresponding SSRs, the former is simple to drive, but the power consumption is large. It also has good isolation and short-term overload tolerance. The control of high-current, high-power occasions is not as good as the latter, and for the control of circuits with frequent action, its life expectancy is not as long as the latter.

    Solid state relay (SSR) is simple but widely used in the automation fields. Thus, it is not complex to wire a solid state relay. In this vedio, ATO takes a 40 Amp SSR (DC - AC) for example to show the wiring of a SSR and then switch on/off a motor with this SSR.

    Existing reviews of Solid state relay SSR-60DA, 60A 3-32V DC to AC
    Solid state relay is better than I expected,and it is very queit.
    Good 60A solid state relay, through to disconnect all have no voice, really reached the mute state, even better than I expected.
    I use 60 amps solid state relay and the z-wave modules to control the big current equipment hot water tank, the pit pump, the sprinkler pump, and they do great work.
    From: Turner | Date: 23/11/2018
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