- Oct 14, 2012
So far, hobby chargers with balance connector and good quality cradle are most affordable tool for IR resistance testing.
@Ravel , thanks for your cheers!!
So you like samba and sshfs for remote access? If i understood correctly, SSHFS is a thing between two Linux machines; i couldn't use it on my Win-machine or on my Android phone. Samba seems popular, versatile, powerful, .
Here is my tip: the display assembly consists of LCD screen soldered(?) to its PCB. And between LCD and mc3k case there is a thick transparent plastic window. We have four layers at the screw posts for the display assembly: mc3k case + window + LCD + PCB. Since this sandwhich is held together with 4 small screws, their white glue is imho not needed.Any of you who replaced the case or dissasembled the display can help with any tip?
Thanks for your "tip".:shrug:
You must have read my post #4780, haven't you?How reliable should we expect the Battery IR measurement achieved by < Up + Down > to be? Compared say with supposedly dedicated battery IR measurement meters?
You must have read my post #4780, haven't you?
Can anyone tell me if the problem with the post that hold the spring has been fixed as I've had the 3rd one brake I really like the charger but I don't want to get another if it's going to be the same. So has the problem been addressed ?
over 2 years ago
On a different/related note, i can personally confirm that DEX3.3.0 on raspi logs ut61e beautifully without probs or setup/configuration/driver installation. Like plug'n play!, which is super rare on a native Linux system. One only needs to use a "specific" Serial-to-USB adapter (min 7-10$ cost ouch) between the raspi's USB port and the UNI-T's serial logging cable, and the raspi kernel supports the adapter from the get-go after a reboot. I will post more about raspi'n ut61e (all thx to our DEX!) soon in my raspi cpf thread np stay tuned.