Wet weather use of RMP

RMP 50, 50XL, 100, 200, 400
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Craig
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Wet weather use of RMP

Post by Craig » Fri Mar 09, 2012 4:22 pm

The battery is sealed to the powerbase so that an RMP is water resistant and can be driven through rain, puddles etc. However, if an RMP gets submerged in water (deeper than ~6 inches), then the seal between the user interface box on top and the platform underneath could be compromised and water could enter the powerbase, damaging the electronics inside.
Craig Shaffer
Principal Engineer

STANLEY INNOVATION, INC
www.stanleyinnovation.com

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