16990Re: [RoboMower] Re: RL1000 Power Supply replacement options
- May 4, 2010"The the power supply for the RL 1000 dock needs at least 38v dc"
Unfortunately I do not have a 36v power supply to compare. What is the
reason it requires 36 or 38 volts? With the 24v battery charger it it
charging the pack to 26.5v, 13.25/battery. Everything else regarding the
dock and signal wire works fine.
On Tue, May 4, 2010 at 10:54 AM, bkelley9401
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> The the power supply for the RL 1000 dock needs at least 38v dc. You need
> 36v dc at the contacts.
> I don't have an RL 1000 to play with, but does the RL 1000 work as it
> should if the battery is fully charged and the horns (charging contacts)
> taped over when in the docking station? If the 5a charging fuse is pulled
> and the battery is fully charged will the RL 1000 work as it should? If the
> 5a charging fuse is pulled and the battey hooked to the after market charger
> does the RL 1000 work as it should? If you have a yes to any of these their
> should be a work round.
> Remember their is no more important safety rule than to let someone else do
> it for you, you will have someone to blame when it fails.
> --- In RoboMower@yahoogroups.com <RoboMower%40yahoogroups.com>, Ben <benj@...>
> > I picked up a 24v scooter battery charger on Amazon. I've only been using
> > a few weeks, the grass hasn't started growing much and my batteries are
> > old. I just ordered a new set of batteries.
> > 24V 2A Scooter battery Charger with XLR connector
> > It seems to work fine. I like the fact that it lowers the current output
> > a trickle when the battery is charged.
> > Has anyone else had experience using a 24v charger on the robomower with
> > dock?
> > -ben
> > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
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