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Here are the tutorials for assembling your RegenBox
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Once the RegenBox is plugged into the mains, the red and green LEDs should
flash. Their sole function is to assist in remote diagnosis during a
malfunction of the RegenBox.
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Instructions for use:
Before inserting the batteries into the RegenBox, the batteries should be tested with a voltmeter for proper usage.
Connect a USB socket to the RegenBox and connect a USB charger (5V) to the mains. Once connected, the red and green LEDs should flash. They show the pulses sent to the batteries, and are useful for remote diagnosis in the event of a malfunction of the RegenBox.
For a regeneration cocomplete of each battery, a duration of 7 to 8 hours is necessary approximately. To check the regeneration, unplug the RegenBox, measure the battery voltage with a voltmeter and refer to the following valuess: <0.9V = Recycling, from 0.9V to 1.3V = Regeneration, 1.3V to 1.5V = Reuse.
The RegenBox is an experimental project, we decline all responsibility in the event of a problem or malfunction.
1.Never regenerate damaged, corroded or leaking batteries. This device is suitable for alkaline batteries only.Never regenerate lithium batteries.
2.Make sure the batteries are inserted correctly in the battery compartments and that the polarity is correct.
3.Use only at room temperature (0 to 40° Celsius). Avoid excessive heat and humidity.
4.This appliance is intended for household use only. Use the device only as described in this manual.
5.To avoid any electric shock, never immerse all or part of the device and its power cable in water or any other liquid.
6.Always unplug your device after each use.
7.Do not use the device if the plug or power cable is damaged.
8.Always use the device on a dry surface and do not use the device outdoors.