The Greenzie Autonomous Mowing system is connected to the mower's battery via a 15 amp fuse. The system uses an ignition on key switch that
The Greenzie Autonomous Mowing system is connected to the mower's battery via a 15 amp fuse. The system uses an ignition on key switch that powers on the system instantly, and shuts down cleanly after the key has been in the off position after 5 minutes.
If, for some reason, the system fails to shutdown, the system will automatically shut off (a hard power down) after 30 minutes. However, it can also be hard power cycled by removing the fuse located here, and putting the fuse back.
There should always be a diagram of the fuses to aid in identifying.
Note there is a voltage meter on the operator control panel that will tell you the voltage of the battery when the key is in the on position.
Remember that a big difference between mowers with Autonomous Mowing and stock standard mowers is that they have a drive by wire system, which means digital or electric actuation of the hydraulic pump system, instead of a mechanical linkage. These are often referred to as an HSA or Hydrostatic Actuator You can find the fuses for both left and right in the fuse box as well.