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SSR's Cautions for Use

1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

  • Do not use the product under conditions that exceed the range of its specifications. It may cause overheating, smoke, or fire.
  • Do not touch the recharging unit while the power is on. There is a danger of electrical shock. Be sure to turn off the power when performing mounting, maintenance, or repair operations on the relay (including connecting parts such as the terminal board and socket).
  • Check the connection diagrams in the catalog and be sure to connect the terminals correctly. Erroneous connections could lead to unexpected operating errors, overheating, or fire.

2. Cautions for Use of Solid State Relays

1.Derating design

Derating is a significant factor for reliable design and product life.
Even if the conditions of use (temperature, current, voltage, etc.) of the product are within the absolute maximum ratings, reliability may be lowered remarkably when continuously used in high load conditions (high temperature, high humidity, high current, high voltage, etc.) Therefore, please derate sufficiently below the absolute maximum ratings and evaluate the device in the actual condition.
Moreover, regardless of the application, if malfunctioning can be expected to pose high risk to human life or to property, or if products are used in equipment otherwise requiring high operational safety, in addition to designing double circuits, that is, incorporating features such as a protection circuit or a redundant circuit, safety testing should also be carried out.

2.Applying stress that exceeds the absolute maximum rating

If the voltage or current value for any of the terminals exceeds the absolute maximum rating, internal elements will deteriorate because of the overvoltage or overcurrent. In extreme cases, wiring may melt, or silicon P/N junctions may be destroyed.
Therefore, the circuit should be designed in such a way that the load never exceed the absolute maximum ratings, even momentarily.

3.Phototriac coupler

The phototriac coupler is designed solely to drive a triac. As a condition, the triac must be powered beforehand.

4.Unused terminals

1) Phototriac coupler

The No. 3 terminal is used with the circuit inside the device.
Therefore, do not connect it to the external circuitry. (6 pins)

2) AQ-H

The No. 5 terminal is connected to the gate.
Do not directly connect No. 5 and 6 terminals.

5.Short across terminals

Do not short circuit between terminals when device is energized, since there is possibility of breaking of the internal IC.

6.When used for the load less than rated

An SSR may malfunction if it is used below the specified load. In such an event, use a dummy resistor in parallel with the load.

Load Specifications

Type Load current
AQ-G All models 20mA
AQ1 All models 50mA
AQ8 All models 50mA
AQ-J All models 50mA
AQ-A All models 100mA

7.Noise and surge protection at the input side

1) Phototriac coupler and AQ-H

If reverse surge voltages are present at the input terminals, connect a diode in reverse parallel across the input terminals and keep the reverse voltages below the reverse breakdown voltage.
Typical circuits are below shown.

< Phototriac coupler (6-pin) >

2) SSR

A high noise surge voltage applied to the SSR input circuit can cause malfunction or permanent damage to the device. If such a high surge is anticipated, use C or R noise absorber in the input circuit.
Typical circuits are below shown

8.Recommended input current of Phototriac coupler and AQ-H

Design in accordance with the recommended operating conditions for each product.
Since these conditions are affected by the operating environment, ensure conformance with all relevant specifications.

9.Ripple in the input power supply

If ripple is present in the input power supply, observe the following:

1) Current-sensitive type (Phototriac Coupler, AQ-H)

(1) For LED forward current at Emin, please maintain the value mentioned at “Recommended input current.
(2) Please make sure the LED forward current for Emax. is no higher than 50 mA.

2) Voltage-sensitive type (AQ-G, AQ1, AQ8, AQ-J, AQ-A)

(1) The Emin. should exceed the minimum rated control voltage
(2) The Emax. should not exceed the maximum rated control voltage

10.When the input terminals are connected with reverse polarity

Product name If the polarity of the input control voltage is reversed
AQ1AQ-JAQ-A (AC) Reversing the polarity will not cause damage to the device, due to the presence of a protection diode, but the device will not operate.
AQ-HAQ-GAQ8
AQ-A (DC)
Reversing the polarity may cause permanent damage to the device. Take special care to avoid polarity reversal or use a protection diode in the input circuit.

11.Noise and surge protection at the output side

1) Phototriac coupler and AQ-H

The figure below shows an ordinary triac drive circuit. Please add a snubber circuit or varistor, as noise/surge on the load side could damage the unit or cause malfunctions.
Typical circuits are shown below.

<Phototriac coupler SOP4 and DIP4 types>

<Phototriac coupler DIP6 type>

<AQ-H>

Note: Connection of an external resister, etc., to terminal No. 5 (gate) is not necessary.

2) SSR

(1) AC output type

A high noise surge voltage applied to the SSR load circuit can cause malfunction or permanent damage to the device. If such a high surge is anticipated, use a varistor across the SSR output.

(2) DC output type

If an inductive load generates spike voltages which exceed the absolute maximum rating, the spike voltage must be limited.
Typical circuits are shown below.

3) Clamp diode and snubber circuit can limit spike voltages at the load side. However, long wires may cause spike voltages due to inductance. It is recommended to keep wires as short as possible to minimize inductance.

4) Output terminals may become conductive although the input power is not applied, when a sudden voltage rise is applied to it even when the relay is off. This may occur even if voltage rise between terminals is less than the repetitive peak OFF-state voltage. Therefore, please perform sufficient tests with actual conditions.

5) When controlling loads in which the voltage and current phases differ, a sudden voltage rise is applied during turn-off, and the triac sometimes does not turn off. Please conduct sufficient tests using actual equipment.

6) When controlling loads using zero-cross voltage types in which the voltage and current phases differ, the triac sometimes does not turn on regardless of the input state, so please conduct sufficient tests using actual equipment.

12.Cleaning (for PC board mounting type)

Cleaning the solder flux should use the immersion washing with an organic solvent. If you have to use ultrasonic cleaning, please adopt the following conditions and check that there are no problems in the actual usage.

  • Frequency: 27 to 29kHz
  • Ultrasonic output: No greater than 0.25W/cm2 (Note)
  • Cleaning time: 30s or less
  • Cleanser used: Asahiklin AK-225
  • Others: Float PC board and the device in the cleaning solvent to prevent from contacting the ultrasonic vibrator.

Note: Applies to unit area ultrasonic output for ultrasonic baths

13.Notes for mounting (for PC board mounting type)

1) When different kinds of packages are mounted on PC board, temperature rise at soldering lead is highly dependent on package size. Therefore, please set the lower temperature soldering condition than the conditions of item “14. Soldering”, and confirm the temperature condition of actual usage before soldering.

2) When mounting condition exceeds our recommendation, the device characteristics may be adversely affected. It may occur package crack or bonding wire breaking because of thermal expansion unconformity and resin strength reduction. Please contact our sales office about the propriety of the condition.

3) Please confirm the heat stress by using actual board because it may be changed by board condition or manufacturing process condition

4) Solder creepage, wettability, or soldering strength will be affected by the mounting condition or used soldering type.
Please check them under the actual production condition in detail.

5) Please apply coating when the device returns to a room temperature.

14.Soldering

1) When soldering surface-mount terminals, the following conditions are recommended.

(1) IR (Infrared reflow) soldering method
(Recommended condition reflow: Max. 2 times, measurement point: soldering lead)

T1 = 150 to 180°C 302 to 356°F
T2 = 230°C 446°F
T3 = 240 to 250°C 464 to 482°F
t1 = 60 to 120 s
t2 = Within 30 s
t3 = Within 10 s

(2) Other soldering methods
Other soldering methods (VPS, hot-air, hot plate, laser heating, pulse heater, etc.) affect the relay characteristics differently, please evaluate the device under the actual usage.

(3) Soldering iron method
Tip temperature: 350 to 400°C 662 to 752°F
Wattage: 30 to 60 W
Soldering time: within 3 s

2) When soldering standard PC board terminals, the following conditions are recommended.

(1) DWS soldering method
(Recommended condition number of times: Max. 1 time, measurement point: soldering lead *1)

T1 = 120°C 248°F
T2 = Max. 260°C 500°F
t1 = within 60 s
t2+t3 = within 5 s

*1 Solder temperature: Max. 260°C 500°F

(2) Other dip soldering method (recommended condition: 1 time)
Preheating: Max. 120°C 248°F, within 120 s, measurement point: soldering lead
Soldering: Max. 260°C 500°F, within 5 s*, measurement area: soldering temperature
                             *Phototriac coupler and AQ-H: within 10 s

(3) Manual soldering method
Tip temperature: 350 to 400°C 662 to 752°F
Wattage: 30 to 60 W
Soldering time: within 3 s

• We recommend one with an alloy composition of Sn3.0Ag0.5Cu.

15.Others

1) If an SSR is used in close proximity to another SSR or heatgenerating device, its ambient temperature may exceed the allowable level. Carefully plan SSR layout and ventilation.

2) Terminal connections should be made by referring to the associated wiring diagram.

3) For higher reliability, check device quality under actual operating conditions.

4) To prevent the danger of electrocution, turn off the power supply when performing maintenance. Although AQ-A (DC output type) is constructed with insulation for the input/output terminals and the rear aluminum plate, the insulation between the input/output and the rear aluminum plate is not UL approved.

16.Transportation and storage

1) Extreme vibration during transport may deform the lead or damage the device characteristics. Please handle the outer and inner boxes with care.

2) Inadequate storage condition may degrade soldering, appearance, and characteristics. The following storage conditions are recommended:

  • Temperature: 0 to 45°C 32 to 113°F
  • Humidity: Max. 70%RH
  • Atmosphere: No harmful gasses such as sulfurous acid gas, minimal dust.

3) Storage of Phototriac coupler (SOP type)

In case the heat stress of soldering is applied to the device which absorbs moisture inside of its package, the evaporation of the moisture increases the pressure inside the package and it may cause the package blister or crack. This device is sensitive to moisture and it is packed in the sealed moisture-proof package. Please make sure the following condition after unsealing.

• Please use the device immediately after unsealing. (Within 30 days at 0 to 45°C 32 to 113°F and Max. 70%RH)
• If the device will be kept for a long time after unsealing, please store in the another moisture-proof package containing silica gel. (Please use within 90 days.)

17.Water condensation

Water condensation occurs when the ambient temperature changes suddenly from a high temperature to low temperature at high humidity, or the device is suddenly transferred from a low ambient temperature to a high temperature and humidity.
Condensation causes the failures such as insulation deterioration. Panasonic Corporation does not guarantee the failures caused by water condensation.
The heat conduction by the equipment the SSR is mounted may accelerate the water condensation. Please confirm that there is no condensation in the worst condition of the actual usage.
(Special attention should be paid when high temperature heating parts are close to the SSR.)

18.The following shows the packaging format

※If it clicks each figure, an enlargement will open.

1) Tape and reel (Phototriac coupler)

Type Tape dimensions (Unit: mm inch) Dimensions of paper tape reel (Unit: mm inch)
SO package
4-pin type

(1) When picked from 1/2-pin side: Part No. APT○○○○SX (Shown above)
(2) When picked from 3/4-pin side: Part No. APT○○○○SZ
DIP
4-pin type

(1) When picked from 1/2-pin side: Part No. APT○○○○AX
(2) When picked from 3/4-pin side: Part No. APT○○○○AZ
DIP
6-pin type

(1) When picked from 1/2/3-pin side: Part No. APT○○○○AX
(2) When picked from 4/5/6-pin side: Part No. APT○○○○AZ


DIP 6-pin wide terminal type
(1) When picked from 1/6-pin side: Part No. APT○○○○WAY
(2) When picked from 3/4-pin side: Part No. APT○○○○WAW

2) Tape and reel (AQ-H)

Type Tape dimensions (Unit: mm inch) Dimensions of paper tape reel
(Unit: mm inch)
8-pin SMD
type

(1) When picked from 1/2/3/4-pin side: Part No. AQH○○○○AX (Shown above)
(2) When picked from 5/6/8-pin side: Part No. AQH○○○○AZ

3) Tube

Phototriac coupler and AQ-H SSR are packaged in a tube as pin No. 1 is on the stopper B side. Observe correct orientation when mounting them on PC boards.

<Phototriac coupler SOP type>

<Phototriac coupler DIP type and AQ-H SSR>

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3. Snubber Circuit

1.Reduce dv/dt

An SSR used with an inductive load can accidentally fire due to a high load voltage rise rate (dv/dt), even though the load voltage is below the allowable level (inductive load firing).
Our SSRs contain a snubber circuit designed to reduce dv/dt (except AQ-H).

2.Selecting the snubber constants

1) C selection

The charging coefficient tau for C of the SSR circuit is shown in formula (1)

τ = (RL+R) ×C ------------(1)

By setting formula (1) so that it is below dv/dt value you have:

C=0.632VA/[(dv/dt) × (RL+R)] -----(2)

By setting C = 0.1 to 0.2 μF, dv/dt can be controlled to between nV/μs and n+V/μs or lower. For the condenser, use either an MP condenser metallized polyester film. For the 100 V line, use a voltage between 250 and 400 V, and for the 200 V line, use a voltage between 400 and 600 V.

2) R selection

If there is no resistance R (the resistance R controls the discharge current from condenser C), at turn-on of the SSR, there will be a sharp rise in dv/dt and the high peak value discharge current will begin to flow.
This may cause damage to the internal elements of the SSR.
Therefore, it is always necessary to insert a resistance R. In normal applications, for the 100 V line, have R = 10 to 100 Ω and for the 200 V line, have R = 20 to 100 Ω. (The allowable discharge current at turn on will differ depending on the internal elements of the SSR.) The power loss from R, written as P, caused by the discharge current and charging current from C, is shown in formula (3) below. For the 100 V line, use a power of 1/2 W, and for the 200 V line, use a power above 2 W.

P=

C×VA2×f  

………(3)

2

f = Power supply frequency

Also, at turn-off of the SSR, a ringing circuit is formed with the capacitor C and the circuit inductance L, and a spike voltage is generated at both terminals of the SSR. The resistance R serves as a control resistance to prevent this ringing. Moreover, a good non-inductive resistance for R is required. Carbon film resistors or metal film resistors are often used.
For general applications, the recommended values are C = 0.1 μF and R = 20 to 100 Ω. There are cases of resonance in the inductive load, so the appropriate care must be taken when making your selections.

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4. Thermal Design

SSRs used in high-reliability equipment require careful thermal design. In particular, junction temperature control has a significant effect on device function and life time. The rated load current for PC board-mounting SSRs is defined as the maximum current allowable at an ambient temperature of 40°C 104°F (30°C 86°F) and under natural cooling. If the ambient temperature exceeds the SSRs derating temperature point [40°C 104°F (30°C 86°F)], load current derating in accordance with the load current vs temperature diagram becomes necessary.
If adjacent devices act as heat sources, the SSR should be located more than 10 mm away from those devices.
SSRs with a 5 A rating or more must be used with the dedicated heat sinks listed in Table 1 or equivalents. To ensure adequate thermal conduction, apply thermal conductive compound (Ex. Momentive Performance Materials Inc. YG6111 or TSK5303) to the SSR’s mounting surface.
For information on external heat sinks for our SSRs and their mounting method, refer to “Data and Cautions for Use for respective relay”.

Table 1 Dedicated on-board heat sinks

Type Heat sink Load current
AQ10A2-ZT4/32VDC AQ-HS-5A 10A
AQ-J (10A) AQP-HS-SJ10A* 10A
AQP-HS-J10A
AQP-HS-SJ20A*
AQ-J (15A) AQP-HS-SJ10A* 15A
AQP-HS-J10A
AQP-HS-SJ20A*
AQ-J (25A) AQP-HS-SJ10A* 20A
AQP-HS-J10A
AQP-HS-SJ20A*
AQP-HS-J25A 25A
AQ-A (15A) AQP-HS-J10A 15A
AQP-HS-SJ20A*
AQ-A (25A) AQP-HS-30/40A 25A
AQP-HS-J10A
AQP-HS-SJ20A*
AQ-A (40A) AQP-HS-J10A 30A
AQP-HS-SJ20A*
AQP-HS-30/40A 40A
AQP-HS-J25A
AQ-A DC (10A) AQP-HS-SJ20A* 8A
AQP-HS-J25A 10A
AQ-A DC (30A) AQP-HS-SJ20A* 30A

*It is possible to mounting on the DIN rail

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5. Protection Circuit

High-reliability SSR circuits require an adequate protection circuit, as well as careful study of the characteristics and maximum ratings of the device.

1.Over-Voltage Protection

The SSR load power supply requires adequate protection against over-voltage errors from various causes. The methods of over-voltage protection include the following:

1) Use devices with a guaranteed reverse surge withstand voltage

(controlled avalanche devices, etc.)

2) Suppress transient spikes

Use a switching device in the secondary circuit of a transformer or use a switch with a slow opening speed.

3) Use a surge absorption circuit

Use a CR surge absorber or varistor across the load power supply or SSR.
Special care must be taken so power on/off surges or external surges do not exceed the device’s rated load voltage. If a surge voltage exceeding the device’s rated voltage is anticipated, use a surge absorption device and circuit (e.g. a ZNR from Panasonic Corporation.).

Choosing the rated voltage of the ZNR

(1) Peak supply voltage
(2) Supply voltage variation
(3) Degradation of ZNR characteristic (1 mA±10%)
(4) Tolerance of rated voltage (±10%)
For application to 100 V AC lines, choose a ZNR with the following rated voltage:
(1) × (2) × (3) × (4) = (100 × √2) × 1.1 × 1.1 × 1.1 = 188 (V)

D :17.5 dia. max. .689 dia. max.
T :6.5max. .256 max.
H :20.5max. .807 max.
W:7.5±1 .298±.039
   (Unit: mm inch)

Example of ZNR (Panasonic)

Types Varistor voltage Max. allowable circuit voltage Max. control voltage Max. average
pulse electric
power
Withstanding energy Withstanding surge current Electrostatic capacitance
(Reference)
(10/1000μs) (2ms) 1time (8/20μs)
2time
V1mA (V) ACrms (V) DC (V) V50A (V) (W) (J) (J) (A) (A) @1KHz (pF)
ERZV14D201 200 (185 to 225) 130 170 340 0.6 70 50 6,000 5,000 770
ERZV14D221 220 (198 to 242) 140 180 360 0.6 78 55 6,000 5,000 740
ERZV14D241 240 (216 to 264) 150 200 395 0.6 84 60 6,000 5,000 700
ERZV14D271 270 (247 to 303) 175 225 455 0.6 99 70 6,000 5,000 640
ERZV14D361 360 (324 to 396) 230 300 595 0.6 130 90 6,000 4,500 540
ERZV14D391 390 (351 to 429) 250 320 650 0.6 140 100 6,000 4,500 500
ERZV14D431 430 (387 to 473) 275 350 710 0.6 155 110 6,000 4,500 450
ERZV14D471 470 (423 to 517) 300 385 775 0.6 175 125 6,000 4,500 400
ERZV14D621 620 (558 to 682) 385 505 1,025 0.6 190 136 5,000 4,500 330
ERZV14D681 680 (612 to 748) 420 560 1,120 0.6 190 136 5,000 4,500 320

1.Over-Current Protection

An SSR circuit operated without overcurrent protection may result in damage to the device. Design the circuit so the device’s rated junction temperature is not exceeded for a continuous overload current.
(e.g. Surge current into a motor or light bulb)
The surge-on current rating applies to over-current errors which occur less than several tens of times during the service life of a semiconductor device. A protection coordination device is required for this rating.
Methods of over-current protection include the following:

1) Suppressing over-currents

Use a current limiting reactor in series with the load power supply.

2) Use a current shut-off device

Use a current limiting fuse or circuit breaker in series with the load power supply.

Example of executing fuse selection of over-current protection cooperation

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6. Load Type Description

1.Heaters (Resistive load)

The SSR is best suited to resistive loads. Noise levels can be drastically lowered with zero-crossing switching.

2.Lamps

Tungsten or halogen lamps draw a high inrush current when turned on (approximately 7 to 8 times the steady state current for zero-crossing SSRs; approximately 9 to 12 times, in the worst case, for random type SSRs). Choose an SSR so the peak of the inrush current does not exceed 50% of the SSR surgeon current.

3.Solenoids

AC-driven solenoid contactors or solenoid valves also draw inrush current when they are activated. Choose an SSR such that the peak of the inrush current does not exceed 50% of the SSR surgeon current. For small solenoid valves and AC relays in particular, a leakage current may cause the load to malfunction after the SSR turns off. In such an event, use a dummy resistor in parallel with the load.

• Using an SSR below the specified load

4.Motors load

When starting, an electric motor draws a symmetrical AC starting current some 5 to 8 times the steady-state load current, superimposed on a DC current. The starting time during which this high starting current is sustained depends on the capacities of the load and load power supply. Measure the starting current and time under the motor’s actual operating conditions and choose an SSR so the peak of the starting current does not exceed 50% of the SSR surge-on current.
When the motor load is deactivated, a voltage exceeding the load supply voltage is applied to the SSR due to counter-EMF.
This voltage is approximately 1.3 times the load supply voltage for induction motors, and approximately 2 times that for synchronous motors.

• Reversible motor control

When the direction of motor rotation is reversed, the transient current and time required for the reversal far exceed those required for simple starting. The reversing current and time should also be measured under actual operating conditions.
For a capacitor-starting, single-phase induction motor, a capacitive discharge current appears during the reversal process. Be sure to use a current limiting resistor or reactor in series with the SSR.
Also, the SSR should have a high marginal voltage rating, since a voltage twice as high as the load supply voltage develops across the SSR in the reversal process.
For reversible motor control, carefully design the driver circuit so the forward and reverse SSRs do not turn on at the same time.

5.Capacitive load

A capacitive load (switching regulator, etc.) draws an inrush current to charge the load capacitor when the SSR turns on.
Choose an SSR so the peak of the inrush current does not exceed 50% of the SSR surge-on current. A timing error of up to one cycle can occur when a switch used in series with the SSR is opened or closed. If this is a problem, use an inductor (200 to 500 μH) in series to the SSR to suppress dv/dt error.

6.Other electronic equipment

In general, electronic equipment uses line filters in the primary supply circuit.
The capacitors used in the line filters may cause the SSR to malfunction due to dv/dt turn on when the equipment is turned on or off. In such an event, use an inductor (200 to 500 μH) in series with the SSR to suppress dv/dt turn on.

Load Inrush Current Wave and Time

(1) Incandescent Lamp Load

(1) Incandescent Lamp Load

Inrush current/rated current: i/io≒10 to 15 times

(2) Mercury Lamp Load i/io≒3 times

(2) Mercury Lamp Load i/io≒3 times

The discharge tube, transformer, choke coil, capacitor, etc., are combined in common discharge lamp circuits. Note that the inrush current may be 20 to 40 times, especially if the power supply impedance is low in the high power factor type.

(3) Fluorescent Lamp Load i/io≒5 to 10 times

(3) Fluorescent Lamp Load i/io≒5 to 10 times

 

(4) Motor Load i/io≒5 to 10 times

(4) Motor Load i/io≒5 to 10 times
  • Conditions become more harsh if plugging or inching is performed since state transitions are repeated.
  • When using a relay to control a DC motor and brake, the on time inrush current, steady-state current and off time brake current differ depending on whether the load to the motor is free or locked. In particular, with non-polarized relays, when using from B contact of from contact for the DC motor brake, mechanical life might be affected by the brake current.
    Therefore, please verify current at the actual load.

(5) Solenoid Load i/io≒10 to 20 times

(5) Solenoid Load i/io≒10 to 20 times

Note that since inductance is great, the arc lasts longer when power is cut.
The contact may become easily worn.

(6) Electromagnetic Contact Load
i/io≒3 to 10 times

(6) Electromagnetic Contact Load i/io≒3 to 10 times

 

(7) Capacitive Load i/io≒20 to 40 times

(7) Capacitive Load i/io≒20 to 40 times

 

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7. SSR Driving Circuits

1.Relay Driver

Relay Driver

2.NPN Transistor Driver

NPN Transistor Driver

3.PNP Transistor Driver

PNP Transistor Driver

4.TTL/DTL/IC Driver

TTL/DTL/IC Driver

5.C-MOS/IC Driver

(1) SSR fires when IC output is HIGH:

C-MOS/IC Driver(1) SSR fires when IC output is HIGH:
 

(2) SSR fires when IC output is LOW:

C-MOS/IC Driver(2) SSR fires when IC output is LOW:

6.Self Sustaining Circuit Using SSR

Self Sustaining Circuit Using SSR

Terminal A: ON input pulse
Terminal B: OFF input pulse

7.Driving with a Shared Supply

Driving with a Shared Supply
 

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8. Phototriac Coupler, AQ-H Solid State Relay Driving Circuits

*Phototriac coupler and AQ-H is current driving type

1.NPN Transistor Driver

(1) Phototriac Coupler

(1) Phototriac Coupler

(2) AQ-H Solid State Relay

(2) AQ-H Solid State Relay

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