Blinkerbox max voltage

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SRB22
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Blinkerbox max voltage

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Hello,

I'm considering adding blinkers to an e-bike with a 52V battery. The blinkerbox is rated for 6-55V so on paper this looks good.

However, 52V is only the nominal voltage... when fully charged, the voltage goes much higher than that (58.8V if I remember well).

Would I need a DC-to-DC converter to lower the voltage under the 55V bar or does this limit describe the acceptable *nominal* voltage?

Thanks!

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velorian
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Re: Blinkerbox max voltage

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SRB22 wrote: Mon May 23, 2022 9:44 am However, 52V is only the nominal voltage... when fully charged, the voltage goes much higher than that (58.8V if I remember well).
Thanks!
Hello,

we have designed and tested the indicator system for a maximum of 48 volts.
We cannot guarantee operation on a battery with 52 volts because there are no more reserves in the system with that.

It's better to convert to a lower voltage.

Best Regards
Eckehard

SRB22
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Re: Blinkerbox max voltage

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OK thanks, I'll see if I can find something reasonable.

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