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depends on the size of pic, mine is anywhere from 10 to 15, if you want more get bigger card

Electronics -... | Answered on Jan 06, 2019


you need a card reader that you plug into usb port of computer then put 64 Gb microSd into reader device. go to file explorer find drive thAt represents drive. possibly D: or E: right click on drive icon with mouse then move mouse to format about half way down second item down is shown as file type change this to fat32 click click on start at bottom of format window

Electronics -... | Answered on Dec 31, 2018


Power surges usually fry a lot of components before the fuse blows. Sometimes the fuse never blows, but the damage is done. You can change the fuse if it's blown, but I don't think that will fix anything.

Electronics -... | Answered on Dec 29, 2018

Tip

Startup/Shutdown Procedure for SILCON 10— 8OKVA


Startup:

1. Switch on the mains power supply Display shows - System type and kva
2. Wait about 10 seconds Display shows - Stop charge DC caps yes
3. Press C on the keyboard Display shows - Start charge DC caps yes
4. Press # on the keyboard Display shows - Data Stored
5. Wait about 1 second Display shows - Start charge DC caps yes
6. Wait about 1 minute Display shows - Insert DC fuse or close MCB
7. a) Systems with internal batteries DP310/340 Display shows - System Off
insert fuses F020 and F021
b)Systems with external batteries. Close battery MCB's You have a 30 second window to attach the battery.
8.Press the "Green On" pushbutton Display shows - Normal Operation load xx%

Shutdown:

1. Press # to enter parameter stack
2. Press up or down until Display shows - Bypass Operation : No
3. Press C until Display shows - Bypass Operation : Yes
4. Press # to store
5. Press drop down arrow (enter key) to exit Display shows - Bypass Operation load %
6. You can now open the battery breakers

For more procedure go HERE

on Dec 20, 2018 | Electronics - Others


Ya, the internal protection wants to protect your XTAR from "shorts"... that low voltage fools the regulators. I have one just like yours and mine can't be 'tricked' into charging no matter how many times I connect and reconnect. If you bypass the regulators you may cook your batteries ~ if you forget about them in the charger; so "smart chargers" are your best bet,
After my XTAR I purchased a POWEREX and it was much better, but failed too after just 4 months. Sadly the seller is out of business. Now I'm using a really crummy charger I really don't trust...

Electronics -... | Answered on Dec 20, 2018


What every you take out of the battery you need to put back in (plus the losses), the amount of watts you need is proportional to the AC load the equation I use is array size in watts X peak sun hours divided by 2 or .5 the .5 is the losses in the system also your inverter should be matched to the batteries as a rule you should not draw anymore than 100 amps from the battery .

Electronics -... | Answered on Nov 09, 2018


Try using google translate. Its on the internet. German to English.

Electronics -... | Answered on Oct 30, 2018


I sssume you mean a Microsoft Surface Pro 2. If so, follow the troubleshooting steps in the link below (meant for an external hard drive, but same principles apply).

https://www.lovemysurface.net/usb-external-drive-not-recognized-surface-troubleshoot/

Electronics -... | Answered on Oct 29, 2018


Find the exact model number and do a search for that and manual in google. Follow the instructions in the manual.

Electronics -... | Answered on Oct 20, 2018


Good day Sheila.
"D:" is often the optical drive (CD or DVD reader / writer).
If so there may be a disk in the drive which is continuously being re-read, especially if the disk has corrupt data.
Eject your CD / DVD and reboot the computer.

Electronics -... | Answered on Oct 05, 2018


You're running more than the specified power. The refrigerator is an inductive load, which means the power factor Pf will be less than one. Consequently, the power draw from the inverter is Volts x Amps / Pf. Also, if the inverter voltage is less tan 120V, the refrigerator's compressor and fan motors will draw more current than the nominal rating. How much more depends on the motor design. The harmonics from the inverter (it has anon-sinusoidal input) may increase energy loss in the motors, especially if there is a fan with a shaded pole motor (common in refrigerators). The bottom line is that you are probably drawing at least 420 Watts from an inverter rated for 410 Watts. It's very close to shutting down on you, and may cause premature failure in the refrigerator.
I recommend getting an inverter with at least 450 Watt capacity, preferably with a true sinusoidal output, or harmonic content less than 5% under full load..

Electronics -... | Answered on Oct 01, 2018


The reasons for the generator dose not generate electricity are as follows:
1, the magnetic pole of the generator loses magnetism;
2, the excitation circuit component is damaged or the circuit is broken, short circuit or grounding phenomenon;
3, the exciter brush has bad contact with commutator or the brush frame pressure is insufficient;
4, wrong connection of excitation winding, opposite polarity;
5, poor contact between generator brush and sliding ring, or insufficient brush pressure;
6, broken circuit of generator stator winding or rotor winding;
7, loosening of generator lead wire or poor contact between switch and wire; Fuses, etc.

Electronics -... | Answered on Sep 28, 2018


Naturally due to the size of solar chargers they are going to be a little heavier than a regular charger, but keep in mind that solar chargers are able to charge you device so long as the sun is up.

Electronics -... | Answered on Jul 29, 2018

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