SSR with Snubber is an Solid State Relay with Snubber for RC absorption circuit module used on protecting the relay or thyristor because it can avoid damage that cause due inductive electromotive force generated by the inductive load when on or off. Preventing electromagnetic interference and increasing the anti-jamming capability of the microcontroller.
Features of SSR with Snubber
- Best suitable for inductive AC load of 230V (less than 1000W).
- RC absorption circuit absorbing electromotive force from inductive load.
- With a varistor and Fuse to prevent excessive voltage fluctuations or the current is too large and leads to adhesion of the relay contact.
- To provide protection against circuit interference.
- Adopt crimp terminals, which make the wiring more convenient.
- Instructions for use: This module is suitable for circuits containing inductive loads and switching devices such as relays and thyristors.
- Size: 2.7 x 4.4 cm
Applications of SSR with Snubber
- Industrial control systems: SSRs with snubber circuits can be used to switch on/off various types of loads, such as motors, heaters, and solenoids, in industrial control systems.
- HVAC systems: SSRs with snubber circuits can be used to control heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems. This includes switching on/off compressors, blowers, and other components. Snubber circuits help protect the SSRs from voltage transients and EMI, ensuring reliable operation.
- Lighting systems: SSRs with snubber circuits can be used in lighting systems to switch on/off fluorescent lamps, LED lights, and other types of lighting. The snubber circuit helps reduce voltage transients and EMI, which can cause flickering or premature failure of the lighting system.
- Medical equipment: SSRs with snubber circuits are used in medical equipment, such as MRI machines and X-ray machines, to switch high-voltage loads. Snubber circuits protect the SSRs from voltage spikes and transient currents, ensuring reliable and safe operation of the equipment.
- Telecommunications equipment: SSRs with snubber circuits can be used in telecommunications equipment, such as routers and switches, to switch on/off power to various components. The snubber circuit helps protect the SSRs from voltage transients and EMI, ensuring reliable operation of the equipment.