The relay voltage depends on the relay current, and if the relays draw 50 mA then the voltage should be at least 4.8 volts. Since the usual tolerance on relay voltages is 10%, it should work out very well.relays are working on 5 v, so does the l293d.
if the supply vcc is 5 v , what is the expected output to the relay?
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