I stumbled upon a real bargain on internet. 200 Triacs for about 12 euro, including handling & shipment ! Those babies are able to drive 4A at 400V, so I couldn’t resist, and ordered these Triacs.  I decided to build a Triac board, with 8 outputs, opto-isolated. This board is really “plug and play”, and can be directly connected to microcontroller pins
on one side, and to 230V pheriperals on the other side.
Note: This version is a “lite” version ! (only to be used with low-consuming pheriperals)

Click here to download the PCB design files

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