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Twin triac AC switches on DP5050

Posted on Monday, November 25th, 2013 in project logs by DP

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T0m designed a Twin Triac AC switch on DP5050 PCB:

Double SSR for TO-220 package triacs and MOC* series optocoupled drivers. The schematic is based on a design by RobG posted to the 43oh forum.

Via the forum.

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2 Responses to “Twin triac AC switches on DP5050”

  1. Niklas says:

    Clearance and creepage distances are way too small on the live section of the board. If there were any suitable radial film snubber capacitors with pin pitch 2.54 mm or 5.08 mm then I would have opted for that a long time ago. 10 or 15 mm is more likely when you are looking for an X2-rated capacitor around 1-4.7 nF.

  2. Tom Price says:

    Yes, a redesign is in order. I’ll post it to the forum.

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