[time-nuts] 2 out of 3 bad 5680As?
hartzell at gmail.com
Tue Feb 28 05:42:37 UTC 2012
Yes, +5v.... but I was doing it incorrectly (bad hookup wire on both
units). I haven't checked the second "bad" unit, but it will probably
work now too.
Sometimes I have to hit the "send" button before I find my errors.
Thanks for the thoughts,
On Mon, Feb 27, 2012 at 10:31 PM, WB6BNQ <wb6bnq at cox.net> wrote:
> Hi Dave,
> A silly question, although you did not indicate, you are supplying a separate 5
> volts to the unit are you not ?
> Dave hartzell wrote:
>> I have two units that don't produce any output and the lock pin floats
>> around +2.3 volts continuously. The +15v load starts at about 1.8A
>> and drops down to about 0.7A on both units, but I never get a +5V or
>> 0V on the lock or a 10MHz out signal. (I'm not using an LED on the
>> lock pin, just a high-impedance DVM.)
>> I'm relatively confident in my connection setup, since I do have one
>> unit that works "as advertised". In fact, one of the bad units was a
>> replacement from nichegeek, received about three weeks after the
>> original first order of two units (from Amazon.com instead of China).
>> Sorry if this is covered somewhere, but I couldn't find my symptoms on
>> the list... any thoughts are appreciated.
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