Looking for repair options for this ATEN product.
the manufacturer does not repair their own product..they do warranty replacements only
These unit are out of warranty and expensive to buy new.
I have 6 sets of them...
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if you think that youll just spend a lot of money in repairing your phone, then its time for you to buy a new one.. we have the same problem as well, but i dont have a choice but not to use it at all rather buy a new one for myself.. sometimes.. they will tell you that its difficult to fix bcos they dont have any spare parts to trade. but you know theyr just money making. one time i borrowed a digicam fr. a friend and use it to take pics of my nephews grad. after using it and my brother dropped it on d flor not quite high. but it just shake. and d screen goes in black. d lense had a problem.den i went to d products ofc. (kodak phils.) dey told me that its difficult to fix yet i need to buy a new one.they offered me. if i buy a new one itll cost 10grand.but if im interested theyll giv me a discount w/c ill sell to them d cam & buy a new one to dem w/ discounted price?? huh ?? dem my bro decided not to buy. insted went over RAON., (quiapo mnla. phis.) atlast. he saw a technician and fix it for us for only 1.5 grand. look. how much d diffrence? a lot of good technicians hir in d philippines. but not a good company. bcos its a street w/ a lot of celphone dealers. if you will go hir in d philippines. dont forget to stop by on RAON, QUIAPO MANLA. but be reminded not to wear jewelries & to dress up casually, do not talk to strangers. ask only d security & d merchants.. sorry for d bad english & long story :)
Not to grouch, but you should be more specific as I'm not sure of your specific needs. In any case, here... take your pick. http://www.digi.com/technology/wireless/products.jsp All of these will out do the MaxStream for range. BPS is a different story. If range were all you wanted, then I would go with the third from the bottom. If you need the bandwidth then the bottom is the best. Of course I have no idea if your looking at this from a hobbyist’s point of view or from an industrial/mass production one because you did not specify. I assume you are a hobbyist and you want to buy just one unit and your not afraid to do some "adjustments" to whatever it is you decide get. If so, almost all of those units will happily modify to interface with TTL level logic and/or run off batteries. -Charlie
What OS? Is it Vista/XP compatible? Check the documentation that came with the device and see what it is compatible with. If that is a dead end, you could try to check the web sight for a firmware flash utility and hex file. Did you use the disk to install the driver? If so you most likely do NOT have the most up to date driver. Did you plug it in to your computer before you installed the driver? Some times when you do this Windoz try’s to install the best-matched driver it can find and this can cause all kinds of problems. 1: Remove the device 2: Uninstall the driver and all the software that came with it 3: Restart the computer 4: Reinstall the software from the disk. 5: go to their web site and download and install up to date drivers 6: Plug in the device If none of this helps then you have two options. Wait until they fix the problem, if they ever do (could be specific to you). Or go buy a new one. I recommend Belkin or Linksys. If you buy a new one you may be interested in the idea of a "Cantena". They can extend your WiFi by a lot. You can buy them or you can make one. Tiger Direct sells them. And the plans are every were Best of Luck -Charlie
Fuses and Breakers Attach the red or positive wire to a 5 amp circuit breaker. If the unit is connected directly to the boat’s battery, include a 2 amp in-line fuse. (In-line fuses are available at most marine supply stores.) The power cable includes a smaller "shield" wire. Connect this to a good ground.
Extending the Power Cable If you need to extend the power wiring by more than 10 feet, use a larger wire size. This will allow the wires to deliver the correct voltage in spite of the longer wire distance. For runs of 20 to 35 feet, use #14 AWG cable. If you extend the power wiring, be sure all electrical connections are solid and durable. Soldering is the best way to make these connections. Insulate all connections using heat-shrink tubing or electrical tape. You may also use crimp connectors or a terminal strip, but be sure to use good-quality marine-grade parts.