NEW GUIDE: Adafruit STEMMA Non-Latching Mini Relay #AdafruitLearningSystem #Adafruit @adafruit
It gives you power to control, and control over power.
STEMMA plug-and-play parts make your next project soldering-free! This is the STEMMA Non-Latching Mini Relay. Put simply, you can now turn on and off lamps, fans, solenoids, and other small appliances that run on up to 250VAC or DC power using any microcontroller or microcomputer, with ease.
This new guide provides all the details of the STEMMA non-latching mini relay. It also shows how to wire this up to your project, and provides a basic example of how to use it with Circuit Playground Bluefruit – though it will work with any board!
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