The maximum AC current draws on the AV-TS R6 unit for the following conditions:
1. Unit OFF, and AC Power attached (Slow Charging): Max. 1.0A @ 120Vac
2. Unit ON, and AC Power attached (Fast Charging): Max. 1.5A @ 120Vac
Each of the booths, that an AV-TS R6 unit will be mounted in, will be equipped with a 15Amp circuit breaker in line with the built-in AC receptacles (for daisy-chaining.) This circuit breaker is to prevent safety hazards from users daisy-chaining more units together than the internal system wiring will withstand. However, if the building's circuit supplying power is less than 15A, then the customer must be aware of that limitation when determining how many units can be daisy-chained together.
The usual scenarios will be
Warehousing: while slow charging,
Unit operation at a Precinct or in a Warehouse:
All of the above scenarios are theoretical. I don't have set of booths to test the daisy-chaining configurations. To be conservative and not have any chance of popping circuit breakers, you may want to decrease the number of units to be daisy-chained, in any of the above configurations, by 10%. If you have any further questions, please contact me directly.
Ian S. Piper