[Resolved] Current draw in interlock latching mode?

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  • #12831 Reply

    P.J.

    How much current does the unit 202u v5 draw in interlock latching mode with only one relay on?

    #12834 Reply

    William
    Keymaster

    At 12vdc, the receiver current is ~85mA when one relay is turned on.

    Since our receiver is using switching power supply, you would expect higher current at lower supply voltage, etc.

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    #12836 Reply

    P.J.

    Is bad for the relay to stay constantly on?

    #12838 Reply

    William
    Keymaster

    Well, maybe the following topic helps.

    https://www.electronicspoint.com/threads/does-constantly-energizing-a-relay-shorten-its-life.12496/

    Thanks.

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    #12839 Reply

    P.J.

    Thanks. Very helpful.

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