I have just realized that @ Gus has promised me to “+1 every post from me from now on”. @ Gus, can I exchange this for a favor? I have one feature request in mind, which I want to see implemented in the next SDK :whistle:
Datasheet of GOODSKY relay specifies nominal current of 73mA while GHI specifies 20mA current consumption; how does 73mA + LED = 20mA remains a mystery to me
This GOODSKY relay is rated to max operating temp of 55°C, one relay’s pin is connected to terminal block with a 95 mil width PCB trace. Online calculator (Printed Circuit Board Trace Width Tool | Advanced Circuits ) suggests that at 10A load 60°C temp increase above the ambient should be expected. I don’t know how accurate these calculations are, but I would not use this module in a closed box when high currents are expected. I did a quick test - 8A @ 220Vac for 7 minutes resulted in 19°C rise above the ambient.