Our touch sensitive lamp no longer responds to touch
My touch-sensitive beside lamp no longer responds to touch. I have changed the lightbulb and it still does not respond. I have resorted to turning the bulb tight to turn on the light and then I have to put something on my hands to loosen the hot bulb in order to turn out the light. Do the sensors wear out? How do you make it respond again?
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Time for a new bulb; if there is only one bulb then you won't need to remember which one it is. This could be a difficult process depending on what components are behind the headlight - which varies on different models.
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OK, what is the input voltage? I will give you a ruff diagram here. (volt in)
Vcc--sw's-on/off/IR-control board (microprocessor)---ccfl (cold cathode
fluorescent lamp) inverter (changes DC voltage tow switching DC (such as
on/off/on/off/on/off but at a much faster pace (20Khz)---toroidal coil (this
coil will step the switch DC voltage up to about 1000 to 1500 switch DC volt,
then this coil will change the orientation of the voltage to current
relationship by shifting the current by 90 degree's where it lag the
voltage---this process has some changes on circuit and how it works)----OK, from
the ccfl inverter------voltage multiplier (all this some HV capacitors and HV
diodes hook up an configuration where each stage will double the voltage that go
into... EXAMPLE: 4 stage voltage multiplier for each stage now it double the
voltage 1500V input to 1st stage--output to 2nd stage 3000V output to 3rd stage
6000V out put to 4th stage 12000V switching DC, they will also refer to this
voltage AC voltage because AC switch to from - negative voltage to + positive
Like in you case, the two volts from the controller to ccfl. Out put volt
from ccfl with be around 2.4 to 2.6 due capacitance discharge, Now this voltage
will be divided in the ccfl by two input windings (I am not going to explain
this). Now the two input winding will induce voltage to the secondary winding
(step up). The output from secondary of toroidal coil will be multi switching to
the voltage multiplier. Probably in the neighborhood of 1500 switching volt. How
many stages the voltage multiplier has I don't know. The ignitier voltage to the cathode from the
multiplier would be around 12000 voltage to get image intensifier tube to fire.
Hello - nice looking scope and with 100 % rave reviews.
Not much to adjust really - cover off , battery inserted , turn on - adjust brightness.
IR illuminator on'off.
I've just read through page 5 on user manual - at least they have a 2 yr warrantee and some phone numbers to get support.
Here is user manual / guide + trouble shooting tips.
A simple test is looking at a distant street light - just incase the 'amplifier' is very sensitive.
(that causes BLACK spots) .
If the amp is damaged , they would have a test -- Ray
Try replacing the batteries with brand name, photo quality AA's (energizer E2 lithium would be my first choice). 1st gen night vision devices (which is what the NS-156 is) are very sensitive to voltage, and cheap batteries just don't have the "oomph" to power up the intensifier tube. I've bought quite a few "broken" 1st gen devices for between $20-$50, "fixed" them with good batteries, sold them and usually at least quadruple my $$ off the deal. No guarantee, but it's a great place to start. Good luck!
Ok the problem you are experienceing is cause from supernatural forces dwelling in you abode. to solve this problem and remove any spirits you must...
Open all windows and doors.
Burn some sage in a shell and fan the sage smoke in all the corners of every room, hallway and closet.
Urge the spirts to leave peacefully and move on into the light.
Repeat in every room.
You have now "smudged" your house and it is spiritually clean.