Micro:bit relay board question

Hi, I found the MNK00061 relay board on digikey and it is perfect for my needs as a small solid-state relay. I understand it is triggered using high/low command but I have a low current 12-15v PID output I want to use to trigger the relay.

Will that be too high of voltage to use as the trigger?


One thing you could try is to get the part number off of the solid state relay and Google that. If you get lucky and find its specs that should tell you what voltage input it can tolerate.
How good are your electronics skills? You could make a voltage divider with a couple of resistors or a resistor and say a 3V Zener diode to feed 3V into the relay board input. The Microbit uses 3V logic.