I am planning to use this SSR chip.
I decided to use the "Connection C" configuration which is given pictured in the 2nd page of the datasheet.
However, there is something I don't like about this connection, and that is that the load is connected to the high side. If I wanted a low-side switch configuration, I could simply use a MOSFET instead of this SSR chip.
So, I decided to modify the "Connection C" topology simply by swapping the source and the load. Now it looks like this:
My corresponding schematic is like this:
The voltage to be switched is 36 V. The load will be connected in parallel to the Schottky diode D400.
Intentionally there is no isolation between input and output. Maximum load current is 4 A. Switching frequency is very low; around 1 Hz at most. The ambient temperature will be 50°C at most.
Is there something wrong with my circuit? Will it work as intended in this modified version of "Connection C"?