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Just installed 2 smart implant on 2 garage openers. Both smart implants' power supply are from the garage opener' built-in 30v 50mA. They both work as expected except I get this warning every now and then: "Important! Sensor detected high temperature. It may mean potential fire." Upon checking smart implant internal temperature, they hover around just below 60c most of the time.
Ambient temperature is around 25c.
Wiring: 2 wires to power supply and 2 wires to output 1
Is this normal or do I need a power supply with higher mA rating?
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