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SOLID STATE RELAY REQUIRES ONLY 50uA DRIVE CURRENT

SOLID STATE RELAY REQUIRES ONLY 50uA DRIVE CURRENT

This circuit demands a control current that is 100 times smaller than that needed by a typical optically isolated solid state relays. It is ideal for battery-powered systems. Using a combination of a high current TRIAC and a very sensitive low current SCR
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