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Until you know what will follow, simply leave the numeric input open ... :roll: I'm just baffled by using EXIT for the reasons presented here. I don't see the point. None of the 'advantages' presented here are of benefit to me at all. Maybe other folk find using EXIT in these ways helpful. If so, g...
so to save you pressing extra unnecessary buttons, you press extra unnecessary buttons?
Nope, I cannot connect the dots here.
- Tue Oct 09, 2018 2:44 pm
- Forum: Update Announcements
- Topic: UPDATE: DMCP-3.10 / DM42-3.10
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I've not had a crash yet. Jumped several versions to this one. Haven't done anything too intensive yet but all seems well so far. Happy to run a stability-checking benchmark if requested
Sorry what was a current at OFF stage? 80 uA? That's right. 'twas draining far more charge while turned off than on. Michael asked me to send my PCB back to him to investigate and sent me a replacement. The replacement does not have this issue at all. The PCB was replaced at the start of March this...
Michael exchanged my beta calculator for a production model (the PCB part) and the battery drain issue vanished. Maybe connect an ammeter in series with a regulated supply and see what the current does when the calculator is swiched off? Sounds like you've the same issue I had. I am curious what the...