Questions tagged [24v]

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Driving a 12V-24V 20 ohm solenoid from a 24V 0.5A input signal

I had a question about trying to get a solenoid with 20 ohms resistance to power up from a 24V Power supply limited to 0.5 amps. I tried connecting a 10 ohm resistor in series, to drop the driving ...
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Wiring a simple 24v DC light on an output terminal on a PLC

I am using a Micrologix 1100, part number 1763-L16BWA. I have been able to get the input side working, but can’t seem to figure out the wiring for the output side. I also have an 1762-IQ8OW6 extension....
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How to power a 24V 2.5A DC motor with a switching power supply?

I need to power a windshield wiper motor at 24V. Switching mode power supply shuts off. The motor, rated 50 W, runs at 12V (50 RPM) or 24V (110 RPM). It's exactly the same one this guy has in this ...
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Ebike 24v relay board - switch?

Hi I’m building an Ebike and using a reclaimed relay board from an old electric moped. My question is the relay board has 3 small wires presumably for the switch, but this confuses me as I only need 2 ...
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24 V transistor switch acting strangely

I am working on a project to switch a spring-applied brake (datasheet, page 84, MCNB 2GR) using a Teensy 3.5. I only have limited electronics knowledge and am struggling with weird behaviour from the ...
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Toggle Flip-Flop for Voltage Higher than Logic Levels

I need a T flip-flop for 24V. The purpose is to take a 24V 50% duty cycle 0.5Hz pulse wave and halve its frequency to 0.25Hz, so that the output wave toggles between 0 and 24V at the input's rising ...
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Normally Closed, 24V DC, 1/4 NPT Female, 1.4 Cv solenoid valve power supply

I have a solenoid valve of Normally Closed, 24V DC, 1/4 NPT Female, 1.4 Cv, 500mA max current drawn. Can somebody verify the power supply requirement. would this be an ideal power supply unit for the ...
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Connecting 2 identical led RGBW controllers with 12V led strips same length into a 24V Power supply [closed]

Ok, some bad decisions took place and now i am stuck with no money and: 24V 8.33A power supply with 2 channels. Magic Home 5V-12V-24V RGBW wifi Controller 192W max (got them from here) 15m of 12V ...
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Read 24 Vac signal with a Raspberry Pi

I want to read a 24 Vac signal coming from my old automatic gate with my Raspberry Pi. The signal tells me if the gate is OPEN->24 Vac or CLOSED->0 Vac. Raspberry Pi input are 3.3 Vdc tollerant. ...
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How can I use 24V DC input for Arduino digital pins?

In this circuit, switches should be connected to 24V DC and arduino pins should check whether switches are on or off to control led behaviour. I don't know how to use 24VDC for this situation. I would ...
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Testing a 24v dc fan

I have bought a new 24v dc fan for my 3D printer’s power supply. It’s meant to be quieter. To install it I had to crimp a JST-XH 2 pin 2.54 pitch connector onto the wires and open up the supply. I ...
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Alternator output rating

Overview: I am currently working on a project that requires a 24v alternator, which is powered by a mower engine. This engine in particular runs around 3,000 RPM, and does not exceed 3,200 RPM (based ...
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Diode OR or transistor OR circuit?

I need a circuit that converts a 3.3V signal into a 24V signal. But I also need to be able to activate the 24V signal using a PCB switch. I can do it in two ways, using a diode OR or using a ...
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Send a 60Hz trig signal over a 9m cable

I want to send a trig signal over a 9m cable, the signal is around 60Hz (each 15ms it sends a 1ms pulse). In order to avoid electrical interference I convert the 3.3V original signal with the ...
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Charging 12V batteries in series-parallel using a 24V charger

Would it be okay to charge four identical 12V batteries in series-parallel, using a 24V charger, as shown? I am trying to create a 24V battery bank, so naturally I need to connect two 12V batteries ...
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Interface 24V signal from one device to 3.3V signal on another device

I have a device A that sends a signal through an optocoupler, this signal travels through a 7m cable and is used by another device B that has a SN74LVC1G17SingleSchmitt-TriggerBuffer powered by 3.3V, ...
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How to power bulbs expecting 24V AC from a car's “cigarrete” socket?

I'm turning the trunk of my car into a UV-sanitizer chamber -- so that, by the time I return from the supermarket, the bags and the packages handled by strangers there are sterile. To this end I ...
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How to add an emergency stop switch in a circuit?

I am into a project, where I have made a a bot, which has a 6 degree of freedom robotic arm with four wheels. I need to add a kill switch that is connected to a relay, which stops all the 10 motors. I ...
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24v from 2x 12v DC power supply?

I have a box full of 1-6amp 12v power supply and 1 short run of 24v led strip, rated about 1.5amp draw at full blast. Can I take 2x 2A 12v supplies (ungrounded plug) to run in series to easily ...
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parallel connecting 24v 1500mah NIMH battery packs and how to charge

After several of searches on the internet for information about charging NIMH batteriers, i feel the need for some clarification. I've gotten my hands on a bunch of battery packs. Each battery pack is ...
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Can I use 1 mm² wire for 24 VDC / 15 A load?

I am currently using 1 mm2 copper wire for a my application of driving a 360 watt motor, haven't caused any problems for me yet. The total wire length is around 3 meters. a voltage drop of 0.5 V ~ 1 V ...
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Which device will allow me to simply capture 24v?

I'm new to electronics, struggling to work out whether this is simple and I'm missing something or whether it's a lot more complicated that what I anticipated. I have something (some device) that is ...
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Battery management for 12-24V motors

We have 4 12-24V motors which we want to connect to a 14,8V battery. Two of the motors are position controlled (M3 and M4, see figure) and will not draw much current as they will mainly be stationary. ...
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Help DC/DC 24V 400W

I have a LED LAMP, fed by a 24V 400w 17A (car/firefighter) and times to times the battery needs to be charged, so we turn on the engine and the alternator, start the job, but the problem is when this ...
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VDS Fault on A4964 BLDC motor Driver

I am actually designing a BLDC motor control unit with the A4964 Driver. I made the design for working on 24V supply. I did severals test and HW/SW modification but unfortunaly, the motor won't run ...
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What is the maximum voltage for MPPT/PWM to charge a X volt battery?

I currently have a PWM 12/24v (auto commute) with ~18V as input and a 12V battery in the output. I wanted to switch to 24V battery and I thought about going ~36v solar panel. (18V * 2) Then I saw ...
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How to connect a 12V battery to a 24V system?

I have a 24V battery (two 12V lead/acid in series) connected to solar panels and I'm looking for a way to have a 12V battery and circuit. (But the solar array will charge the 24V system so i need the ...
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24V battery with both 24V and 48V loads [closed]

I am looking for a simple solution to power my sailboat motor, it’s 48V 12kW, so it’s quite beefy. I have eight 24V lifepo4 cells (4.5kW) each, a 24V DC generator and a 2kW of solar, I would like to ...
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Using ESP8266 to read digital input pin to be notified when motion is detected from 24VDC source device

Software developer here, trying to mess around with hardware (VERY NOVICE) and implement neat things around the house using ESP8266s and Arduinos. I have a commercial wall plug that is activated when ...
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Arduino RGBW 24v LED strip driver

This might not even be the right place for me to ask, but I hope somebody can help; I have an arduino mega with 4 PWM outputs (5v, fitted with 220 ohm resistor) that I would like to use to control ...
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Trigger distant camera using 3.3V

I need to trigger a camera using a 3.3V signal, the camera is at the end of a 3 meter cable. This camera has two trigger inputs, a 3.3V GPIO input and an optocoupler input with max input of 30V. I ...
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High Voltage Push-Pull MOSFET logic gates

Hello, I would like to implement typical MOSFET logic gates in my circuit with V+ at 24V and Input ranging from 0-24V. This posts a problem for the MOSFET however as I would either exceed the gate ...
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OK To Use This Male/Female Jack Combo For 24 Volt DC?

I'm using 24 volt DC motors along with 12 volt solenoid actuators for a installation piece. For ease of install and maintenance, I want to wire each motor with a barrel jack like the one below: ...
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24V 3D Printer - power ratings

I have a 3D printer at home and looking to improve some parts. The PSU on the printer has no labels so I'm not certain what it's doing - but the 3D printer's spec. sheet says it's 600W peak and it ...
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Two server powersupplies in a row dangerous?

I have two server PSUs from HP which can output 12V with 1200W (HP DPS 1200.) My goal is to obtain 24V by chaining the outputs of the two units. I have modified one of the PSUs so that the negative ...
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What's the benefit of 24V over 12V in solar and charging?

What are all the benefits of 24V solar systems over 12V solar systems in regards to solar panels and battery charging? All I've been able to find is that you can use smaller gauge wire with 24V, ...
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24V LED Strip Circuit - Switch, Breaker & Wiring Size Requirement

I am running a long LED strip (24V, 21 meter, 0.6A per meter, so technically 13A). The 24V PSU supplying power to the strips is to be connected to a switch that is rated 240V, 10A & 2400W. ...
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What can I add to a DC circuit, to limit the voltage to 24V and current to 16 amps?

I have a battery pack that can put out around 25V and 20 amps, but it needs to be limited to 24V and 16 amps. Update: This is a follow-up to my question from yesterday: Protected 18650 batteries ...
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24V signal switching optccoupler

We have a robot, and it has 32 digital output, fed into a homemade PCB. On the PCB we have optocouplers, which have a forward voltage around 1.2-1.3V. So I need to drop the voltage a lot. That's why ...
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LED driver putting out more voltage than rated?

The Background I bought a 200W magnetic LED driver with hopes of replacing the 40W Philips-supplied driver that came with my set of Hue Lily outdoor lights. Each fixture requires 8W at 24v. This new ...
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Why do we still use high voltage at home (on sockets) in the 21st century? [duplicate]

Just wondering, most of all equipment at home have components/circuitry inside to transform high voltage (AC) into lower voltage (mostly DC), also all modern LED lambs. Modern products become more and ...
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Interfacing with a Nest Hello 'chime connector' module

I currently own a Nest doorbell that uses a "chime connector" between the doorbell wires and doorbell chime as shown below. I have tried to create a digital doorbell chime that will wirelessly ...
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Speed limiter - 24v Motors

I'm looking for a way to limit the speed of some wheelchair motors in order to gain better control when using them in my RC device. Currently the motors are very sharp and don't ramp up to speed, ...
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What can happen if 24vdc is applied to an Ethernet port?

We have a device with two RJ45 ports. One of these ports is for receiving 24vdc on pins 7(-) and 8(+) to power the device. The other RJ45 port is an Ethernet connection. The ports are of course ...
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Mini 360 DC Buck Converter [closed]

I have bought several DC Buck converters for my home-made 3D printer. I'm running a 24V PSU, but my fans are Noctua (12V) ones. So i want to convert 24V down to 12V. And the Voltage output works fine. ...
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Should I use constant current or constant voltage drivers for driving my PWM 24V DC Fans?

Hi everyone thanks for stopping by to lend your thoughts. I need to run 2 circuits separately and control via Arduino uno PWM. One circuit is 2x Noctua NF-A14 industrialPPC-24V-3000 Q100 IP67 with ...
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dc motor, hall sensor 10-20VDC to arduino

I have a linear actuator with a brushed DC motor with 2 hall sensors. I intent to use the sensors to monitor the position of the actuator. The specifications of the hall sensors are as follows: Hall ...
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How make a dual +-12V supply from a 24V SMPS

I'm trying to power a home-made load cell transmitter using a 24V single SMPS. I need to make +12, 0 and -12 Volts that are capable of 50mA. I wish to power multiple channels of opamps and bridges. I ...
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Powering 9216 leds @5V, @24V with converters

I am struggling with a power supply question. I would like to power up and control 9216 LEDs -- strips of 144 LEDs/meter (WWA SK6812 - just like the RGB kind). These are powered at 5V and draw 43.2 ...
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How to determin the load requirement for 24V DC power supply

I'm working in automotive industry, I got a project to add extra hardware to particular line. hardware actually requires 24v 70w. Now, we have a Power supply unit "power one he-24V-7.2a" in the ...