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Relay shield for Netduino plus 2

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#1 Duefectu


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Posted 22 January 2013 - 04:08 PM



I need to control 2 x 6A - 220VAC, but all shields I found needs 5V to switch the relay (at least the cheapest).


I need a 3.3V triggered relay to work with the Netduino Plus 2?


Thanks for your time, another time!

#2 Gutworks


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Posted 22 January 2013 - 05:34 PM

Hi Duefectu,


There is a really easy way you can switch your 5v relays on using your Netduino. All of the Netduino boards have a 5V pin that can be used for this purpose. There is a nice tutorial in the Netduino Wiki that will show you how to set everything up. Let me know how it works!


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