[Resolved] Power requirements

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    DAVID L FRERICKS

    The spec calls for a 12v at 50mA which is .6 Watts. My broken remote system has a 22VAC at 30mA which is .66 Watts. Will this be acceptable to you switch mode power supply?

    #12798 Reply

    William
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    I’m afraid not.

    Our relay are at 5Vdc (this is by using onboard switching power supply to down convert voltage).

    When at 12Vdc, Our receiver unit standby current is ~12mA, and each relay consumes ~70mA.

    So when one relay on, current is ~80mA, while when both relays on, current is ~150mA.

    So you will need a bigger power supply, such as those commonly seen 12Vdc 1A (or 0.5A) ones.

    Thanks.

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    #12906 Reply

    Robert Giasi

    My old garage door opener apparently does not put out enough power on its 12-24v circuit as when I wire receiver to the wall switch nothing happens. ( opener is over 30 years old.) Where can I get a 12vdc power supply that will work with 202U5?

    #12907 Reply

    William
    Keymaster

    This

    https://www.amazon.com/Adapter-100-240V-Transformers-Switching-Adaptor/dp/B019Q3U72M/

    For example, should work.

    You can find plenty of them on market, I’m not affiliated with above seller in anyway, thus can’t guarantee its quality etc.
    Thanks.

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