Rossum Posted June 27, 2015 Author Report Share Posted June 27, 2015 Spec says 12.6V maximum input voltage. That's a 3S Lithium Ion. Specs also imply you can run the DNA200 from a 12V power supply or a lead-acid battery. Depending on their exact chemistry, fully charged lead-acid batteries can exceed 12.6V by a bit, and you're certainly going to exceed that while charging them. So I'd like to ask:What's the Absolute Maximum Input Voltage, and what will happen if it's exceeded?The places I spend the most time are at one of my desks and in my car. So I'm toying with the idea of making a pass-through mod (a squonker, of course!) that dispenses with the whole 3S battery thing and runs directly from a "12V" power supply, but many of them actually output more like 13.8V (to emulate a car that's running) and of course in an actual car, we might see something as high as 14-15V. Am I gonna blow up my boards if I attempt this? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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