[OZAPRS] Aisin GPS
akavk3 at austarnet.com.au
Thu Feb 28 20:36:19 EST 2008
When they forget where they are, I have found that it
takes 15 to 30 minutes for the engine to figure it out
again. I think they need to update the satellite
almanac in order to find the satellites.
The better position you have the antenna as far as the
sky view, the quicker it seems to happen.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: ozaprs-bounces at aprs.net.au [mailto:ozaprs-
> bounces at aprs.net.au] On Behalf Of Ian ZL1VFO
> Sent: Wednesday, 27 February 2008 7:03 PM
> To: ozaprs at aprs.net.au
> Subject: Re: [OZAPRS] Aisin GPS
> > Hi Folks,
> > I have 2 Aisin GPS (just engines ) that have lost
> their way and
> > defaulted back to Japan. They have served me well
> since 2000.
> > Does anyone know of a fix for the problem or any
> hints so I can get them
> > back on track
> > cheers
> > Ben Lindner
> > VK5JFK
> Look for a memory battery, if it has one, and see how
> many volts it
> has left in it.
> A friend had a different type of GPS which had lost
> itself, and the 3V
> soldered in cell had dropped down to about 0.7V. It
> was about 6 - 7
> years old.
> Ian ZL1VFO
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