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House91320:
I am trying to get this ssr to work with my arduino but it just is not happening anyone got an idea why
http://www.tycoelectronics.com/catalog/pn/en/1393030-4

Time:
You need to provide more information about how you are trying to do it.  Schematic, etc.

thakidd:
Hey House...Been working with the Arduino for a while now. I took a look at the link you provided. It appears you are trying to use the SSR-240A25 model of this SSR. I took a look at the spec sheet and noticed that the specific model you are looking at requires an input voltage of 90-280VAC. This is what the 'A' stands for in the part number.

Check out the spec sheet I linked above..you will notice on the second page of the PDF that you want the D version of the SSR which provides an input voltage of 3-32 VDC. I am guessing that would be the SSR-240D25. Make sure you spend 5-10 minutes checking out that spec sheet as that will make or break your project.

With an input voltage of 3-32VDC, you should be able to plug this guy in to whichever pin and ground on the arduino and get results. Hope that helps.

House91320:
FAIL on my part.
thank you

thakidd:
No worries...I have made that mistake more times than I have fingers and toes. Keep it around though..when you least expect it, that part will come in handy!

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