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Looking For Input For Relays?

I need to find a source for relays that folks have used. I looked up a few of the posts but unsure of a source for tested and working relays from say, Amazon. If anyone is using a relay and can chime in with a particular make and model would be great. I'm using an ezb to turn on and off 12v motors?


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#1  
Hi Will,

I've used Fotek solid state relays in the past, they've been pretty reliable in my experience. I like solid state relays much better than the standard electromagnetic relays.  The contacts inside electromagnetic relays can wear out and fuse over time and they always make a racket when rapidly switching. I like how silent solid state relays are, and they have no moving (mechanical) parts.

https://www.amazon.com/FUXU-SSR-100-Solid-Module-Output/dp/B07DL983Z2
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USA
#2  
Thanks Jer..that’s what I needed!