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by anonymous
According to the data sheet, the maximum voltage is 24V.

I use a 24V battery, but when fully charged, the volatge is above the limit with 15-20%. Is this a problem ?

Thank you,

MG

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by anonymous
Hello,

The device is rated to accept voltages within 9 - 30V range.

However, while the device is designed to accept input voltage of up to 30 VDC peaks, higher voltage power supply spikes can harm the device. Thus, it is recommended to also use additional safety equipment to suppress voltage peaks from the power supply.

Best regards,
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by anonymous
Hello,

Thank you for your reply.
That is true, the voltage range is 9-30V for the voltage supply. But for the relais (pin5&10), the maximum voltage is apparently 24V. And I was more worried about the relais connection.
by anonymous
The relay used within the device is rated to withstand 130% its nominal 24V, which covers your 15 - 20% surplus. However, you have to be aware that overvoltages increases wear of the component.