Dual DC Solid State Relay with DF11 I/O Connector

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This module contains Dual CPC1002N DC Solid State Relays and four General Purpose Input Output (GPIO) Pins. It contains a DF11 10-Pin I/O connector for installation on an Engimusing Processor. I also contains a DF11 10-pin Right Angle Connector with the relay and GPIO connections.

A Solid State Relay (SSR) is a voltage controlled switch. It lets you control a big voltage with a little voltage. Think of a light switch. Your finger turns the light on by mechanically moving the switch so that the big voltage can go to the light. With a solid state relay a low voltage of less than 2 volts can control a high voltage like 240 volts. A light switch isolates the high voltage from your finger, the SSR isolates the high voltage from the low voltage control signal. This lets you control a high voltage device from a microcontroller.

This relay is a low voltage relay used for DC current applications.


  • Dual CPC1002N DC Solid State Relays
    • 0.7A Load Current
    • 60V Blocking Voltage (This is an Absolute Maximum - better stay below this)
    • 0.55 Ohm On-Resistance
    • Only 2mA of LED current required to operate
    • Arc-Free With No Snubbing Circuits
    • 1500V RMS Input/Output Isolation
    • Normally Open
  • Four GPIO pins
  • 10 Pin DF11 Male Connector to allow installation on an Engimusing Processor with DF11-10 I/O
  • 10-pin DF11 Right Angle Connector for relay and GPIO connections
  • Small Size 20mm x 20mm (0.79" x 0.79")


  • Home Automation - Garage Door Controllers
  • Home Automation - Electrically Controlled Locks
  • Allow a microcontroller to control higher voltages and currents
  • Electronic switching

Eagle Files
CPC1002N DC Solid State Relay Data Sheet

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