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    Failsafe power consumption?

    What is the milliamp-hr power consumption rate of the failsafe pin switch in the PE Pro when it is in the "off" position?
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    RE: Failsafe power consumption?

    Hi Lee,
    The power consumption will depend on the battery voltage. On average its about 5mA-10mA per day or about 0.208mAH-0.417mAH.
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    RE: Failsafe power consumption?

    I will use (2) A123 packs connected directly to the PE Pro, so I will assume about 10 ma drain per day total or 5ma from each battery pack per day? It should take close to a year to fully drain each pack.
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    RE: Failsafe power consumption?

    Hi Lee,
    This is per pack but you are about right, I would guess if you had a fully charged pack it should be OK for 230 days.
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    RE: Failsafe power consumption?

    thanks!
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