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adalarasu

hi everyone,
i have a doubt to get clarified please help me.
iam trying to connect a 5v 1ch relay module to arduino uno digital pin 3, do i have to introduce any sort of resistance or other component between the 'pin3'  &  the module's 'signal in'  pin or directly.
regards,
adal.

knut_ny

What relay?
Picture/link/more info needed
Ny

adalarasu

hi,
its a 5v single channel relay module
the relay module which iam using is not optocoupled,
there are three inputs for this module
1. +5v dc, which i have connected to the uno's 5v
2. gnd, which i have connected to uno's gnd
3. line, which i have connected to uno's pin no 3.
i have uploaded the sketch and its working finely without any load connected to the relay,
when i tried to connect a load (a 220 V AC Water solenoid valve) between the relay's NO contact, the 16 X 2 lcd display's 1st row displays various symbols.
if i disconnect the load and run the sketch, the lcd displays exactly what i have entered.

pls help me.
regards,
adal.

spycatcher2k

Add Capacitors to smooth out the interference & an 'Flyback' Diode (Search google for both) - it's interference from the relay or the load you are switching.
Drew.
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adalarasu

hi,
even after connecting a decoupling capacitor and fly back diode, the problem not yet solved,
i have posted a new thread details my problem with the image, kindly help me
regards,
adal.

RudiAhlers

hi,
even after connecting a decoupling capacitor and fly back diode, the problem not yet solved,
i have posted a new thread details my problem with the image, kindly help me
regards,
adal.
Why didn't you post it here?
Or link from here to the new post?

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