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zarf No. It's a buck converter, not a buck-boost, so with a 12V supply you'll be limited to output voltages below 12V. Even if you had zero volt drop through the RD6018W, you'd be limited to 18A x 12V = 216W. You'll only ever get 1080W output at 60V x 18A, and for that you're going to need a power source that's providing over 60V in.

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zarf It's just the M2 expansion board, the USB link and a replacement bottom part of the case to accommodate the M2 expansion. ie: It's the bits illustrated in the first picture in the listing.

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Q: Does it work with Sonoff RF bridge?

Asked by Marko on 2020-09-28 14:39:26

zarf Yes, I've had no problems using it with Sonoff RF bridge

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Q: This device running with 2xAAA NiMH batteries?

Asked by jlhoyos on 2020-09-13 13:13:38

zarf Yes. Mine works fine with rechargeable Ni-MH AAA batteries.

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