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Can the electronics be reset? Are the remote buttons working properly? Hard to understand how both went south at same time.unless there was some sort of power surge that affected both of them equally.
Change the 9V backup battery,with a new one.Push and hold the reset button for a minute or two for the alarm to to go off like about 30-40 sec. for the smoke detector to dectected the 9V backup battery power sourced.The green power LED light indicator will stop flashing also the beeping sounds too.
It can't be done. The Accutime 40240 has a 3V lithium battery behind the 9V compartment that keeps the time should the clock lose AC power or even when the backup 9V dies. If however the 9V is removed, the AC power is disconnected and the lithium battery drains, there is no way for the end user to reset the time. There is a small data port in the 9V battery compartment which is how they initially set the time IMHO but good luck finding a way to do that outside the factory. Besides, these clocks are so cheap its probably less cost to get another clock rather than replace the batteries
read the manual yet, or lost it> or?
most of these have 2 batteries
one that pops out one more that solders down.
guess which one retrains data.
finding parts for relics like this is not fun
what good is this thing besides, wall art?
why ask here at all, we are not HP , nor are there HP books here.
so ask here.
there are folks there that might remember so long ago
or even have old books laying about after all they are HP.
Hi When you set the wireless profile you set the SSID, WEP, IP etc. Which I'm sure you already know. Now you want to make them persist through either a cold boot or when the terminal has been left without a battery for a substantial amount of time. This can be done 2 ways. When the profile has been set up highlight it by holding down the stylus on it and from the menu select export. This saves the registry key to the Application folder; a folder which persist through a cold boot. When it does cold boot it takes all the registry keys from the Application folder and builds 1 complete key. The other way is to close the WLAN profile and selection options, from the pull down menu select export and save all profiles. The GTL scanner program, I don’t know what this is, but you could use Motorola Start up Control to mange the program. It has a function to restore programs after a cold boot or reset. Hope this helps. If you need any more help then please do not hesitate to contact us:- http://www.biastechnology.com/ or TEL 01202 620955
-are all pda's this way?
All PocketPCs are this way. I don't own a P**m so I can't speak to them.
-When the main battery depletes to the point where the unit shuts off how long do you have before data is lost?
Until the backup battery dies.
-Is the backup battery just used when changing main batteries or does it take over when the main battery goes dead? If so how long do you have before it is dead?
I've never had it happen, so I cannot say how long, but if you continue to try to use the PDA on the backup battery it won't be long (minutes) if it even lets you do that. The backup is there to bridge over battery changes and to act as a safety net if you run the main batteries totally flat.
-does the backup battery recharge or does it have to be replaced?
-with a fully charged unit how long can it be left off before data is lost?
Depends on the machine. Most of us leave the thing in the charger overnight every night, so this issue doesn't come up. You could try an experiment for 1, 2, 3 days, looking each day at the battery remaining and work up an estimate. I would expect maybe a week or more. Remember, even "off" the machine is still drawing power to maintain the RAM memory.