x
This website is using cookies. We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. More info. That's Fine
HPC:Factor Logo 
 
Latest Forum Activity

nec mobile gear II (mobilepro 780) won't turn on suddenly

andrej2112 Page Icon Posted 2023-12-03 6:53 PM
#
Avatar image of andrej2112
Factorite (Junior)

Posts:
47
Location:
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Status:
Hello, does any one know something about mobile gear backup battery, is it possible to turn it on when battery is completely dead?
It had flickerry screen and suddenly wont turn on at all, even no power led...
please heeelp...
 Top of the page
torch Page Icon Posted 2023-12-03 10:24 PM
#
Avatar image of torch
Subscribers
H/PC Guru

Posts:
5,811
Location:
United States 
Status:
Im not entirely sure . Try playing with the battery lock switch make sure it’s set to “lock”

 Top of the page
Rich Hawley Page Icon Posted 2023-12-04 1:16 AM
#
Avatar image of Rich Hawley
Global Moderator
H/PC Guru

Posts:
7,188
Location:
USA
Status:
The backup battery will not power a Mobilegear handheld. It is only meant to maintain the integrity of the memory while the main battery is changed out.

Sounds l8ke you have either a bad power supply (unlikely) or (more common) a bad power connector.
 Top of the page
andrej2112 Page Icon Posted 2023-12-05 10:08 PM
#
Avatar image of andrej2112
Factorite (Junior)

Posts:
47
Location:
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Status:
actualy I have one mobile gear I dos machine which wont turn on if you do not have backup battery... plus it requires first to put coin cell then flip the switch for battery and then put main batt, I know it is funny. But for mg II backup battery is hard to reach, have to dissaseble whole handheld...
 Top of the page
andrej2112 Page Icon Posted 2023-12-15 6:29 PM
#
Avatar image of andrej2112
Factorite (Junior)

Posts:
47
Location:
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Status:
Can someone identify this component? Is it fuse? Markings are 2A then below Japanese letter like human spreading legs and arms then 04 or D4... Hope this is a fuse, so that would be a problem with my sweet mg

Heeellllp



(bandicam 2023-12-15 19-18-40-703.jpg)



(bandicam 2023-12-15 19-19-22-632.jpg)



(bandicam 2023-12-15 19-19-34-612.jpg)



(bandicam 2023-12-15 19-19-45-098.jpg)



Attachments
----------------
Attachments bandicam 2023-12-15 19-18-40-703.jpg (91KB - 0 downloads)
Attachments bandicam 2023-12-15 19-19-22-632.jpg (91KB - 0 downloads)
Attachments bandicam 2023-12-15 19-19-34-612.jpg (85KB - 0 downloads)
Attachments bandicam 2023-12-15 19-19-45-098.jpg (88KB - 0 downloads)
 Top of the page
andrej2112 Page Icon Posted 2023-12-15 6:34 PM
#
Avatar image of andrej2112
Factorite (Junior)

Posts:
47
Location:
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Status:
Stingraze how looks Japanese symbol for date?
 Top of the page
stingraze Page Icon Posted 2023-12-16 12:24 AM
#
Avatar image of stingraze
Subscribers
H/PC Vanguard

Posts:
3,697
Location:
Japan
Status:
I think it is "Dai" which means big, but not too sure.
Probably this letter of Kanji.
https://kanji.jitenon.jp/cat/search.php?getdata=5927&search=contain&how=
 Top of the page
andrej2112 Page Icon Posted 2023-12-16 7:44 PM
#
Avatar image of andrej2112
Factorite (Junior)

Posts:
47
Location:
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Status:
Thanks man,
I found that it is a fuse 2A, put thin wire across, mg started, and found that connector for lcd was losely connected, making the short, one resistor burned too, hoping nothing burned on a lcd panel..
 Top of the page
andrej2112 Page Icon Posted 2023-12-16 7:46 PM
#
Avatar image of andrej2112
Factorite (Junior)

Posts:
47
Location:
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Status:
That is the simbol, maybe it means size of component, 04 or D4
 Top of the page
AximUser Page Icon Posted 2023-12-16 10:26 PM
#
Avatar image of AximUser
Factorite (Elite)

Posts:
112
Location:
Canada
Status:
I suppose the kanji could mean big or be a manufacturer code.

Can't be sure it was a fuse even with 2A printed on the component (that doesn't help you now lol).
 Top of the page
Jump to forum:
Seconds to generate: 0.171 - Cached queries : 67 - Executed queries : 10