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Discussion about Tx, Rx, Servo's, Batteries, Chargers, and all the other things we like to talk about..
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- Joined: 18 Mar 2015, 10:13
- Location: Clevedon, North Somerset, U.K.
For those of you with a Horus that seems to forget the date/time every time you turn the set off:
There is a small CR1220 Lithium coin cell backup battery for the clock functions (RTC) which is located in a small holder on the main board.
On my development version, it was underneath the mainboard on the RHS (as you look at the front of the set).
On production units, I understand the location is likely to be under the battery holder plate/charging board.
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- Joined: 19 Mar 2015, 19:15
- Location: Staffordshire
Thank you Peter, a timely post for me (sorry no pun intended) as a few days after reading this I turned my Horus on and noticed the date and time had reset (at this point I had forgotten what you had written). I reset the date and time but at next switch on the display had reset and then I remembered.
That's now a job for today.
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- Joined: 07 Mar 2015, 22:22
- Location: North West
Similar solution when you PC does the same thing.