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Is the center tap negative or positive on the charger for the PEAK 700?
 
Their manual lacks detail for the charging apparatus…. it could be 24 volts ac, it could be 12 volts dc center tap negative, it could be 15 volts center tap positive… It could be anything!
 
I expect to see a polarity, voltage, and current rating however we see none. Also we do not know what the circuitry is inside this. Can’t make assumptions there. Most likely they have a buffer to control impedance and some circuitry for usb etc etc... You don’t know the design or whats going on internally to the device. Can you specify with 100% certainty? No, you can’t. Not without details.
 
Based on prior observations in this forum, information on this page regarding this product from well meaning individuals for this thread is flawed. Good luck to those who took the advice from people who didn’t know what they were talking about and then fried their jumpstations!!

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To determine a compatible charging unit, you will need the following information:
Based on prior observations in this forum, information on this page regarding this product from well meaning individuals for this thread is flawed. Good luck to those who took the advice from people who didn’t know what they were talking about and then fried their jumpstations!!

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To determine a compatible charging unit, you will need the following information:
 
1) specified center tap polarity ( positive or negative).
 
2) voltage ( ie 12 volts 24 volts etc etc)
 
3) specified current ( i.e. 400 mA)
 
5) the size of the plug (i.e 2.1 mm)
 
A part number would be great!
 
Just guessing on the polarity is a roll of the dice. Don’t gamble. Get the facts! It may have preventive circuitry to avoid damaging the unit if you use the wrong polarity but you don’t know . Until you find the mfg specs it’s risky to just plug it in. You might wreck it. Is that an acceptable risk? No it isn’t, not for me .
 
I have an email into the distributor and will update based on their feedback/findings.
 
https://peakauto.com/contactus/

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Is the center tap negative or positive on the charger for the PEAK 700?
 
Their manual lacks detail for the charging apparatus…. it could be 24 volts ac, it could be 12 volts dc center tap negative, it could be 15 volts center tap positive… It could be anything!
 
I expect to see a polarity, voltage, and current rating however we see none. Also we do not know what the circuitry is inside this. Can’t make assumptions there. Most likely they have a buffer to control impedance and some circuitry for usb etc etc... You don’t know the design or whats going on internally to the device. Can you specify with 100% certainty? No, you can’t. Not without details.
 
Based on prior observations in this forum, information on this page regarding this product from well meaning individuals for this thread is flawed. Good luck to those who took the advice from people who didn’t know what they were talking about and then fried their jumpstations!!
 
You will need the following information:
 
11) specified center tap polarity ( positive or negative).
11) specified center tap polarity ( positive or negative).
 
22) voltage ( ie 12 volts 24 volts etc etc)
22) voltage ( ie 12 volts 24 volts etc etc)
 
33) specified current ( i.e. 400 mA)
33) specified current ( i.e. 400 mA)
 
Just guessing on the polarity is a roll of the dice. Don’t gamble. Get the facts! It may have preventive circuitry to avoid damaging the unit if you use the wrong polarity but you don’t know . Until yoyou find the mfg specs itsit’s risky to just plug it in andin. You might wreck it. Is that an acceptable risk? No it isn’t, not for me .
Just guessing on the polarity is a roll of the dice. Don’t gamble. Get the facts! It may have preventive circuitry to avoid damaging the unit if you use the wrong polarity but you don’t know . Until yoyou find the mfg specs itsit’s risky to just plug it in andin. You might wreck it. Is that an acceptable risk? No it isn’t, not for me .
 
I have an email into the distributor and will update with my findingsbased on their feedback/findings.
I have an email into the distributor and will update with my findingsbased on their feedback/findings.
 
https://peakauto.com/contactus/

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Is the center tap negative or positive on the charger for the PEAK 700?
 
Their manual lacks detail for the charging apparatus…. it could be 24 volts ac, it could be 12 volts dc center tap negative, it could be 15 volts center tap positive… It could be anything!
Their manual lacks detail for the charging apparatus…. it could be 24 volts ac, it could be 12 volts dc center tap negative, it could be 15 volts center tap positive… It could be anything!
 
I expect to see a polarity, voltage, and current rating however we see none. Also we do not know what the circuitry is in sideinside this. CantCan’t make assumptions there. Most likely they have a buffer to control impedance. But if youimpedance and some circuitry for usb etc etc... You don’t know the design, you candesign or whats going on internally to the device. Can you specify with 100% certainty? youNo, you can’t. Not without details.
I expect to see a polarity, voltage, and current rating however we see none. Also we do not know what the circuitry is in sideinside this. CantCan’t make assumptions there. Most likely they have a buffer to control impedance. But if youimpedance and some circuitry for usb etc etc... You don’t know the design, you candesign or whats going on internally to the device. Can you specify with 100% certainty? youNo, you can’t. Not without details.
 
Based on prior observations in this forum, information on this page regarding this product and topicfrom well meaning individuals for this thread is flawed. Good luck to those who took the advice from people who didn’t know what they were talking about and then fried their jumpstations!!
Based on prior observations in this forum, information on this page regarding this product and topicfrom well meaning individuals for this thread is flawed. Good luck to those who took the advice from people who didn’t know what they were talking about and then fried their jumpstations!!
 
You will need the following information:
 
1 1) specified center tap polarity ( positive or negative).
1 1) specified center tap polarity ( positive or negative).
 
2 2) voltage ( ie 12 volts 24 volts etc etc)
2 2) voltage ( ie 12 volts 24 volts etc etc)
 
3 3) specified current ( i.e. 400 mA)
3 3) specified current ( i.e. 400 mA)
 
Just guessing on the polarity is a roll of the dice. Don’t gamble. Get the facts! It may have preventive circuitry to avoid damaging the unit if you use the wrong polarity but you don’t know . Until yo find the mfg specs its risky to just plug it in and wreck it.
 
I have an email into the distributor and will update with my findings.
 
https://peakauto.com/contactus/

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Is the center tap negative or positive on the charger for the PEAK 700?
 
ThereTheir manual lacks detail for the charging apparatus…. it could be 24 volts ac, it could be 12 volts dc center tap neagtivenegative, it could be 15 volts center tap positive…
ThereTheir manual lacks detail for the charging apparatus…. it could be 24 volts ac, it could be 12 volts dc center tap neagtivenegative, it could be 15 volts center tap positive…
 
I expect to see a polarity, voltage, and current rating however we see none. Also we do not know what the circuitry is in side this. Cant make assumptions there. Most likely they have a buffer to control impedance. But if you don’t know the design, you can you specify with 100% certainty? you can’t.
 
Based on prior observations in this forum, information on this page regarding this product and topic is flawed. Good luck to those who took the advice from people who didn’t know what they were talking about and then fried their jumpstations!!
 
You will need the following information:
 
1) specified center tap polarity ( positive or negative).
 
2) voltage ( ie 12 volts 24 volts etc etc)
 
3) specified current ( i.e. 400 mA)
 
Just guessing on the polarity is a roll of the dice. Don’t gamble. Get the facts! It may have preventive circuitry to avoid damaging the unit if you use the wrong polarity but you don’t know . Until yo find the mfg specs its risky to just plug it in and wreck it.
 
I have an email into the distributor and will update with my findings.
 
https://peakauto.com/contactus/

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Is the center tap negative or positive on the charger for the PEAK 700?

There manual lacks detail for the charging  apparatus….  it could be 24 volts ac, it could be 12 volts dc center tap neagtive, it could be 15 volts center tap positive…

I expect to see a polarity, voltage, and current rating however we see none.   Also we do not know what the circuitry is in side this.   Cant make assumptions there.   Most likely they have a buffer to control impedance.   But if you don’t know the design, you can you specify with 100% certainty?  you can’t.

Based on prior observations in this forum, information on this page regarding this product and topic is flawed.   Good luck to those who took the advice from people who didn’t know what they were talking about and then fried their jumpstations!!

You will need the following information:

1) specified center tap polarity ( positive or negative).

2) voltage ( ie 12 volts 24 volts etc etc)

3) specified current ( i.e. 400 mA)

Just guessing on the polarity is a roll of the dice.  Don’t gamble. Get the facts!   It may have preventive circuitry to avoid damaging the unit if you use the wrong polarity but you don’t know .  Until yo find the mfg  specs its risky to just plug it in and wreck it.

I have an email into the distributor and will update with my findings.

https://peakauto.com/contactus/

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