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Do u know the power ratings (voltage & current in sensors)???

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  • karax Dec 07, 2008

    do u know the power rattings (voltage & current intake label sensors in zebra 110xiIII+).can we drive any relay by that current????

  • karax Dec 07, 2008

    can u hav the circuit diagram to trigger the relay by the take label sensor output??

  • Rob Duron
    Rob Duron May 11, 2010

    Which sensor? what are you trying to accomplish?

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I'm going to take a wild shot here. The voltage is most likley 5vdc becuase it's a logic device. as for the relay no you can't drive a relay with a current that won't smoke your sensor. You could however drive a transistor that could drive your relay. The current is going to be determined by the voltage needed to drive the relay and the impedance of the relay. (ohm's law will solve all your problem's)

let me know if you need more info.

Good luck
Rob

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