Re: Zaxcom Maxx False Battery Readings
Sujet : Re: Zaxcom Maxx False Battery Readings
De : email@example.com (Scott Dorsey)
Groupes : rec.arts.movies.production.sound
Organisation : Former users of Netcom shell (1989-2000)
Date : 17. Jul 2019, 12:27:52
References : 1
>Two days ago, i've ran out of battery during recording session on my Zaxcom=
> Maxx. Battery icon was blinking red, and faders in post fade mode were jum=
>ping and changing values. Never happened before, but also never ran out of =
>battery before. As im sure that 2k+ location recorder has to be immune to t=
>his kind of behavior just because battery ran out, i have tried to re insta=
>l firmware, to reset the machine to its factory state etc. Nothing helped. =
>Still getting 16.5V battery shown as 12.5V(constantly jumping from 12.5 up =
>to 20+V) + low battery messages.
1. Are you using the internal NiMH battery or an external battery?
2. Did you actually check the voltage on the battery if you are using
an external one?
3. Did you try swapping out the internal battery if you are using it?
This sounds like the sort of thing you get when a decoupling cap fails
somewhere, or a battery fails in a bad way. It's packed tightly inside
I think the battery indicator on the Maxx is real, and not a derived number
like on units that use lithium batteries. So if you are seeing weird voltages
it is because there really is a weird voltage on the input to the battery
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