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phillm12
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MR1100 24/7/365 duty cycle for Nighthawk M1

This device tells me to remove the charge cable once the battery is 100%

Can I ignore this and just leave the cable attached and powered up, I need to have remote access to this device 24 hours a day, 7 days a week all year round?

I guess I could just remove the battery, but then there would be no back up power.

Your help or advise is appreciated.

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UK-based
Luminary

Re: MR1100 24/7/365 duty cycle for Nighthawk M1

Please see this post that covers the same question. There is also a link at the end of my post that explains how to run the M1 reliably without a battery and also deals with the possible use of a UPS to cover mains power failures. There's a lot of information if you follow the links and read all of the related posts.

 

I hope this answers your question Smiley Wink.

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Luminary

Re: MR1100 24/7/365 duty cycle for Nighthawk M1

Please see this post that covers the same question. There is also a link at the end of my post that explains how to run the M1 reliably without a battery and also deals with the possible use of a UPS to cover mains power failures. There's a lot of information if you follow the links and read all of the related posts.

 

I hope this answers your question Smiley Wink.

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JasonN
NETGEAR Employee Retired

Re: MR1100 24/7/365 duty cycle for Nighthawk M1

Hi Phillm12,

As to leaving the battery in at 100% and charging could reduce the lifespan of your battery.

Which is mentioned in UK-based's links that was posted.

 

Thank you for the help on this UK-based! :]

 

 

- Jason N

 

 

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