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Food smart implant


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15 minutes ago, Fabrizio1969 said:

Good morning
I wanted to power a smart implant (and also a binary sensor) with a battery (type mn21) is it possible?
thank you

not recomended, it will drain the battery

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As @akat wrote, the SmartImplant's current draw is too high for the battery.
The tension would be enough.
What do you want to do with it?
There may be another solution to this.
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    I thought of using the component to control a switch (on-off) without putting a power supply.
    So right voltage but with few amperes.

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    @Fabrizio1969

    again, it will drain the battery

     

    The device acts as a repeater and will be busy all day repeating every signal it hears, so it will drain the battery.

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    This is actually easy if you have some craft experience.
    Take a look at a door contact, that of Fibaro or that of Neo-coolcam.
    Both run with me on the HC3 without problems.
    Both battery operated.
    I removed the reed contact and replaced it with a button.
    Make sure that the cables are not too long!
    For me it works with 50cm without problems.
    There could possibly be problems with contacts because the switching current and the switching voltage are very low. So first try it out before you install it correctly.
    Simple and inexpensive solution.

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    14 hours ago, Fabrizio1969 said:

    Hello
    I thought of using the component to control a switch (on-off) without putting a power supply.
    So right voltage but with few amperes.

    I think it's better to use a aeotec quad wallmote for that?

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    i use a couple of those, they work as it should.

     

    Or i don't understand what you are trying to achieve?

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