Feeder-Robot: Backup Battery Installation Guide

Feeder-Robot can be equipped with a backup battery (sold separately) that provides approximately 24 hours of operation in power-saving mode if power is interrupted. 

 Note: When power is interrupted, the unit will automatically switch to battery power and a blinking yellow light will illuminate the Power button on the Control Panel. Feeder-Robot will switch back to household power when it returns, and the unit will begin recharging the battery. 

  1. Press the Power button to turn the unit off, then unplug the unit. 
  2. Gently turn the unit over to access the battery pocket on the underside of the base. 
  3. With the use of a Phillips screwdriver, remove the two screws at the bottom of the unit and lift up the plastic cover.
  4. Connect the battery, making sure to connect the leads and terminals correctly: RED lead to the RED terminal and BLACK lead to the BLACK terminal. 
  5. lnsert the battery into the pocket.
  6. Reinsert the plastic cover, inserting the small plastic tab first to ensure the plastic cover sits flush. 
  7. Attach the plastic cover using the  screws provided. 
  8. Plug the unit back in and power it on.

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