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Hardware - DC Output Module

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Part Number:  ACC10051

DC Output Module   Western Reserve DC Output Module WRC-1781-OB5S

$11.00 US

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Nominal input voltage: 5 V dc
Min. input volt. @ pin 3: 2.5 V dc
Max. input volt. @ pin 3: 7.5 V dc
Must turn off voltage: 1 V dc
Typical input current: 10 mA dc
Maximum input current: 27 mA dc
Nominal input resistance: 240 ohm
Nominal line voltage: 24 V dc
Maximum line voltage: 60 V dc
Minimum line voltage: 3 V dc
Max peak off-state voltage: 60 V dc
Max off-state leakage current: 1.0 mA dc
Maximum on-state current 3A dc
Minimum on-state current: 10 mA dc
Maximum 1 second surge: 5 A peak
Peak on-state voltage @ 25 C: 1.5 V peak
Maximum turn-on time: 50 µ sec
Nominal turn-on time: 10 µ sec
Maximum turn-off time: 100 µ sec
Derating per above 60 C 33 mA

General Specifications
Operating temperature range: -30 to 80° C
Storage temperature range: -40 to 100° C
Capacitance input to output 8 pF


  • Do not install or remove modules in live (electrically hot) circuits. High voltage may be present.
  • Output connections are non-polarized.
  • An externally located commutating diode must be installed across inductive loads.