iDR48 not recalling settings on Powercycle

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  • #95638
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    Paul
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    Greetings, I have an iDR48 that doesn’t recall last settings on power cycle. The console buss/input structure is the same, but all settings and fx racks are defaulted.

    If I recall the show, all settings are there.

    This mixrack usually runs headless and musicians just use oneMix for IEMs, so it’s a bit of a pain to connect a laptop to save and recall the show.

    Any ideas?

    #114056
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    maddog-ware
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    Hi,

    same issue here. Do you solved it?

    best regards

    #114064
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    Bärchen
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    Memory battery defective? There is a VARTA 2.4 V battery on the mainboard.

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    #114069
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    Dear Bärchen,

    thanks for your reply. I already did. The old one was weak and did not look good. It worked for three Days. The new one had 2.5V and now dead again. That seems very quick to me, normally the backup battery should last at least months without AC power.

    The clock of the IDR48 does not run even if the device is switched on. After power loss, an empty show is always loaded. A specific start show is not set.

    best regards / liebe Grüße,
    Jan

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    #114077
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    Bärchen
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    Hi Jan, the leaking battery didn’t look good at all. The liquid may be causing a fault in the battery charging circuitry.

    #114079
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    That’s not the answer I wanted to hear 😀 Does this liquid conduct or can it etch the conductors?

    I will measure the current once with a new battery in the off state. I can also check the charging voltage once.

    #114080
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    Bärchen
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    yes, exactly. This is a NiMh cell, the liquid is corrosive. I would measure the discharge current and also check whether there is a charging voltage at all, this should be at least 3 volts and also measure the charging current

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