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#1 (permalink)      3/8/2015 5:34:22 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
Jerryo100
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Jumper positions
There is a jumper next to the rocker switch. If I remember correctly it is for setting the output amp limit.Does anyone know the settings for the 3 different positions?
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To what are they connected ?

My guess would be for setting the charge current rather than the output current.
But with specs like "Current Output 0.9-1.1 A" i am not sure.
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The 3 pins for the jumper are mounted to the circuit board. When I purchased mine a couple years ago there were 2 versions and no way to tell which version would ship. There was a lengthy discussion for the charger and from the circuit board pictures posted I was able to determine that I had the 2.5 amp output version. The jumper settings were also discussed but I can't find that thread now.
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What i meant was: To what IC the pins are connected too.

They most likely select between different resistors before connecting to something.
Since the pins are near the positive terminal of the batteries it is more likely to be a charge current selector.

I see no point in making the output current selectable.
There might be a reason i am not aware of tho.