Question about Standard Horizon CP150 GPS Receiver
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If the signal is good statement seems to imply that it is working, perhaps this is my misinterpretation of what you mean by this.
Signal refers to the abi;ity to connect to satellites
4 are requied for triangulation.
If the unit is fully charged and not connecting , then it is quite possible that the unit has a damaged SIIRF chip or whatever chip was used in your model to acquire satellite connection. The cost of repair is costly, it means total replacement of the M/Board.
Never start car with the unit connected into DC car power, spikes will damage the chip
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
You must open the unit up to get to the battery .
The battery should be a 3 volt lithium cell that is soldered directly to the main circuit board .
If you are not experienced in electrical - DO NOT ATTEMPT .Take it to someone experienced .
If you need assistance call 1-800-701-4008
Posted on Oct 16, 2011
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