Question about Dell Latitude D600 Notebook
We have isolated the problem component ( chip) it is an 8 pin surface mount that is near the battery
the problem now is that there are no markings on the chip to indicate what it is--no manufacturer or part number
we believe it to be a mosfet--but which one ???
we believe that it turns the charging circuit on/off to the battery
the only marking on it is 4805
would appreciate if you could provide a part number
oh--and by the way wolrdvet @ fixya refered me to you--and sends his regards
thks in advance jerry
I had the same problem on D610, it was not charging the battery and also the CPU speed was showing only the minimum 800Mhz though maximum was 2Ghz. I updated the bios (though it had the newest version) and ran intel chipset driver for D610. Viola! it set the speed to 2Ghz and the battery started charging. Was it a miracle or a solution I dont know!!!
Posted on Nov 17, 2008
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Posted on Mar 15, 2011
Hi mate, The trouble with SMD devices is the restrictive size and where to put ID marks. They generally only have enough to be sure that the correct feeder is loaded with the right part in manufacture. You need to get a hold of a circuit for the board with a parts list to ID the part correctly.
I did find this when I went searching for you. It looks like something you would find in the remote boot side of the network controller however. If it is an 8 pin DIP, without a heatsink then it may used to switch the power supply to the laptop for remote bootup from the network.
Power Controllers The 4800 Power Control Series from MRV Communications are -48-Vdc additions to the out-of-band networking product family, which offer carriers and utilities an intelligent power distribution and remote power-control solution to maximize operational up time. The three versions of the series are: the 4805-XLS, 4805/35-XLS and 4870-XLS.
All 4800 Power Control Series models feature out-of-band connectivity that allows administrators to remotely power on, power off or reboot attached equipment. Accessed through MRV's LX Series Secure console servers, enhanced LX Series security capabilities include SSH V2SSHv2 Secure Shell secure remote terminal, SNMP V3, Radius, SecurID, TACACS+ and compliance with the FIPS 140 federal standard for products supporting encryption.
Let me know if this fits your observations. I will try to get more info for you.
Posted on Jul 25, 2008
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