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Robot Mower Charging Station Current Adjustment

The following illustrates how to troubleshoot the robot mower charging current adjustment, for optimal performance of the mower installation.
The Charging station controls a small DC current (around 5 volts) that flows through the boundary wire loop.
This loop needs to be closed for the mower to work. If it is cut, an alarm will sound and the mower will not start.
If the device is having difficulty sensing the boundary wire, or if the boundary wire is especially long, it may be necessary to adjust the current in the boundary wire. To do this:
  1. Press the EMERGENCY STOP button on the mower.
  2. Press the HOME button on the charging station.
  1. Release the HOME button on the charging station once the wire light on the charging station starts blinking.
  1. Release the EMERGENCY STOP button on the mower, and listen for a beep.
    Before the menu appears, press the UP / DOWN buttons on the mower simultaneously.
    This will enter the display into current adjustment interface mode.
  1. After each restart, the current data will show 00. You can ignore this, and change the current with the UP / DOWN buttons. Then select SET.
    There should a beep sound from the charging station.
    Note: The original factory setting is 28. Please do not adjust to far more than 28.
  1. After each restart, the current data will show 00. You can ignore this, and change the current with the UP / DOWN buttons. Then select SET. There should a beep sound from the charging station. Note: The original factory setting is 28. Please do not adjust to far more than 28.
  1. Enter into the testing menu to check the wire signal is good enough or not for your lawn. The current could be adjusted until the signal is good enough. (No need to follow from step one, you can adjust again as step 4).
  1. When the current is finally confirmed, disconnect the charger from the charging station, then connected again.

    This completes the Charging Station Current Adjustment process.
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