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International News: USB 2 channel 10 Amp SPDT Relay Module #14664
Posted by: jworks
City: Granada Hills
State: ca
Postal code: 91344
Country: usa
Contact Person: Craig Stevens
Telephone: 818 3640915
Company: J-Works,Inc
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J-Works,Inc has start shipping the JSB2852 series of 2 channel 10Amp Single Pole Double Throw (SPDT) form 'C' relay modules controlled over the USB. Each of the SPDT relay outputs provide host control between a common line and normally open and close connection points. The relays are rated at 10A @ 277VAC and 10A @ 28VDC with a contact resistance of 250 milliOhm. According to Paul Ryan, Applications Support at J-Works "User can quickly wire their equipment to the JSB2852 using the on-board screw type terminals. Then user communicates with the module from any programming or test language that supports USB communications as shown in provided sample applications." This small form factor low cost module replaces internal PC based plug-in cards in various test, control, monitor and measurement applications.

Complete product specifications available at product page

Single unit price for the Model JSB2852 starts at $42.50. Delivery is from stock. "We are a technology company that is very much customer focused, continuing to expand product lines" says Craig Stevens, Marketing Mgr. J-Works, Inc. is a developer and manufacturer of a complete line of USB based industrial controls that supports innovative solutions for the test and control marketplace.

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About J-Works, Inc.

J-Works is a developer and Manufacturer of PC and USB based Relay DPDT, SPDT, Solid State, Temperature, Thermocouple, I/O, Digital, FPGA, Counter, WDT,Encoder, USB Switch, Analog, Opto IO, Monitor, USB IO, USB DIO,USB ADC, USB DAC, USB Measurement and Control Products. Final assembly and test of all products are done in the USA.

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