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July 9, 2014
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Is the PCB breakout board for the ¼" TRS audio jack universal? If I remember correctly, there are several different types of ¼" audio jacks; will only a specific type work with this breakout board?
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Typically solid state relays are used in situations where a typical magnetic coil with mechanical contacts style relay simply can’t handle the high switching speeds and will, as a result, have a much shorter life span than a solid state relay would.
You can control the output via the input with a PWM DC signal, but the output requires ‘crossing zero’ to switch off, that is, if your input signal changes state from high to low, your output will change state but only after it’s made either a negative to positive transition or positive to negative transition.
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