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Battery Soport Hi, my Batteries doesn´t have any charge, so i need to replace it, but i coulden´t find where to buy ones. could you help me with this case please. the battery model is Beelsouth B685, 3.7V -540mAh, date code: A3. if this is not possible which other battery can I use?. Thanks so much... Regards Jes?s

Posted by Jesus Gonzalez on Apr 18, 2007

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Battery Soport Hi, my Batteries doesn´t have any charge, so i need to replace it, but i coulden´t find where to buy ones. could you help me with this case please. the battery model is Beelsouth B685, 3.7V -540mAh, date code: A3. if this is not possible which other battery can I use?. Thanks so much... Regards Jes?s


Try this batteryhttp://www.xactcommunication.com/Wristlinx-Accessories-21/Wristlinx-Battery-Pack-61.html
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I've got a pair of Garmin Rino 110 that we use when outdoors. Recently, with full batteries and clear skies in the desert, not surrounded by trees, mountains, buildings, etc... both of the Rino 110s are reporting weak satellite signal and often losing the signals altogether. Often times it will not recover the signal for hours, even with new batteries and reboots. I emailed Garmin and was told basically that the Rinos **** and I'm out of luck. Email from Garmin is Below. My question is: Is there a known issue with the Rino GPS receiver/antenna that can be fixed in order to prevent the weak/lost signal? Perhaps a bad connection type within the unit that can be repaired, much like the battery contact issue that is often reported on the Rinos? Or, does anyone know if it's possible to solder a new, more sensitive internal or external GPS antenna onto the RINO board? ************************ Email response from Garmin: Thank you for contacting Garmin International. It is my pleasure to assist you. I'm sorry to hear you are having trouble with the devices losing satellite signal. Your devices do not have high sensitivity receivers. For best results, you will want to make sure the firmware is up to date. The current version is 3.90. As noted in your message, your devices are up to date. I apologize for any inconvenience. If you need any further assistance, please feel free to contact us. With Best Regards, Terry M Product Support Specialist Outdoor/Fitness Team Garmin International


That RINO should have no issues picking up satellite signals in the conditions you were in. If you were inside a building I may buy it but not in an open desert. Sounds like they are feeding you a line to me. I might try to get my money back on that one. One thing is for sure, you were in about the best conditions for using that unit. If it failed you then, it will more than likely fail you when your life may rely on it. It would seem that a different GPS/GMRS unit will be necessary to give you that security. Regards, Tony
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Where can I get a replacement battery for this product? The Li-ion Battery Model: B685 3.7V - 540mAh is difficult to locate. What retailer sells this battery?


US Electronic, Inc.105 Madison Ave.New York, NY 10016Ph. (212) 242-6978
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Motorola mr350 I have several MR350r, after changing batteries to one, in a trip, it stop comunicating with the rest... Everything set identical... Code, QT, chanel, everything. I did a Monitor check, to see if the one that stop working find the rest, and it did find them, but on a differnt chanel... always one less channel. I mean... if I have the other 4 radios set to CH 3 Code 4, this one should be set in CH 2 Code 4, and works perfectly well. This happen with every channel, I mean, when the rest is CH X this one works perfectly well if set in CH X-1. Something happen with this one that has the chanel shifted one down... is there any way to reset the Radio? Obviously I already took out the batteries, I replace them, etc. but it is the same. It seems that the radio has something else, because it remember the ch and the code it was set, before I took out the batteries, so ... a hard reset is not done by taking the batteries out. Any advice?. thank you!


I started in electronics 33 years ago and my first job was in LMR;s (land mobile radios). I know they have changed a lot since then but the basic transmitting structure will always be the same. It sounds like something that I have never seen but one or two go bad but on these occasions the Crystal has changed frequency. This is your Local Oscillator and will cause your superheterodyne to run at a different frequency. It would be a constant frequency and explain the one channel. I know if the wrong crystal is put in one and is close enough to even run it can be several channels off. Check this out it is a little far fetched because as I said earlier these things seldom go bad but you never know. If it is a crystal then when you reset it it would reset to the same frequency that it has changed to. It is still working but just off frequency. Let me know how it turns out. Later-
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CB hook up to car battery for home use


Yes you can do it.. even use wind-mill to make power to charge battery(s) Serial and parallel battery configurations http://batteryuniversity.com/partone-24.htm
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Reset security code on AU Falcon


Turn key to turn radio will blink err. leave on for at least half hour.err will be replaced by enter code.
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