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Thread: Seeking Power Supply Info: Aquabot Bravo

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    Seeking Power Supply Info: Aquabot Bravo

    Hi All:

    A friend gave me an Aquabot Bravo but with no power supply. I've been trying to identify the appropriate unit and have had no luck.
    My cleaner has the round, screw in connector and most others have the rectangular plug (like PC computer power connector)

    Does anyone know the model or part number for the power supply I'm looking for? Any info on the output specs would be appreciated as well. Is it 12 or 24 volt output, AC or DC, wattage/amperage and pin/wiring specs.

    Thanks!

    Rick
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    Re: Seeking Power Supply Info: Aquabot Bravo

    Sunday Night Bump...
    Anthony Pool, 35k gal plaster, DE (1.5hp Ultraflow), Rainbow 320, Dolphin Diagnostic 2001 (Advantage) & Polaris, Retrofitted Anthony mod #20 120v Niche light with Pentair 5G & adapter ring, 70's build / recoped and plastered 1.5 years ago

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    Re: Seeking Power Supply Info: Aquabot Bravo

    Do a google search and you'll find them.
    Gary
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    Re: Seeking Power Supply Info: Aquabot Bravo

    No luck with checking auctions or google.
    Anthony Pool, 35k gal plaster, DE (1.5hp Ultraflow), Rainbow 320, Dolphin Diagnostic 2001 (Advantage) & Polaris, Retrofitted Anthony mod #20 120v Niche light with Pentair 5G & adapter ring, 70's build / recoped and plastered 1.5 years ago

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    Re: Seeking Power Supply Info: Aquabot Bravo

    Hey bud, not sure if you found the information you need, but they should be able to help you. They are locates near the manufacturer (I believe)

    http://www.aquadist.com/aquabot_bravo.html

    Hope that helps you out.

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    Re: Seeking Power Supply Info: Aquabot Bravo

    It will be hard to find info on the bravo and viva as they are limited models. They are the same as the blue diamond and blue diamond remote control respectively so the power supply from the blue diamond will work. aquaquality pool as well as other dealers sell water tech blue diamond parts, but IMHO if the supply is much more than 200, its probably not worth it
    8000 gal diamond brite pool with 650 gal spillover spa, Pentair 3hp VS pump. Jandy Cartridge filter and Jandy Heat Pump. Jandy PDA automation system with 2 Pentair Laminars. SmartPool NC74S Robotic Pool Cleaner.

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    Re: Seeking Power Supply Info: Aquabot Bravo

    Wattage: 140 Watts
    Voltage: 24 V at cleaner

    Pretty simple to sort out. Search ebay for "24V 350W Power supply" - you should pick up a switchmode supply that's a clone of a meanwell for about $50 - Put it in a waterproof box and you should be fine.

    As for the pinouts - looks like if it has a 'bag full' indicator, its probably a pressure switch (and should be 'normally open'). The polarity should be interesting to figure out though... How are you with using a multimeter? There is probably a diode to protect the electronics from reverse polarity.
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