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iCharger X6
#1
So I finally got my iCharger X6 up and running and proceed to install the PC software the Junis Console and all worked great.

So I'm going to graph a discharge cycle and it was working great then poof the program crashed and I cannot get Junis to see the iCharger any more. Rebooted uninstalled and reinstalled  makes the ding sound whenever I plug the iCharger into the usb plug says its connected etc. but Junis says no device found. Windows 10 pro.
Anybody have any Ideas?
I have done a quick look on the internet but no luck so far.


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I had the same problem, please look carefully, Your device is already listed. Prompt says scan for new device. Try clicking on it.

If You use an SD card, the recordings are stored there and can be retrieved later, even if USB connection goes down during the cycle.

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what chris said - i can also remote in with team viewer and take a look if need be
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Thanks guys for the help and info esp. hbpowerwall if you do team view my machine I'm gonna have to hide all my..... Big Grin
I got in touch with ProgressiveRC where I bought it from and they suggested to try another PC which I did.
Same results loaded the Junis software, ding when plugged in and no device found when searching for new devices.
ProgressiveRC has given me a case# and I am sending it back for them to check it out.
If they don't find a problem I will be back in touch. I am an IT guy so I do have some knowledge on how this is supposed to work.
but that doesn't mean I can't overlook the obvious. Huh

So thanks for your responses and I will get back to you with the results and if I need more assistance.


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Click the blue bit once it's connected - Note: Mine isn't connected atm 

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Now, that we are trying out last resorts, have You installed the USB driver located on the CD?

I am not sure it helps, but try anyway, nothing to loose Smile

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hbpowerwall;

Well I would click on that but I didn't have that "blue bit" even with it connected.
Additionally all the menu options were grayed out.
Anyway its on its way back to ProgressiveRC for testing. We shall see.

Wolf



(01-31-2019, 11:52 AM)ChrisD5710 Wrote: Now, that we are trying out last resorts, have You installed the USB driver located on the CD?

I am not sure it helps, but try anyway, nothing to loose Smile

ChrisD

ChrisD

Yes I have.
Thanks though.
As above its on its way back to ProgressiveRC. Will let you know the end result.
Could be that I got the one where the USB interface just went bonkers. Undecided

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Well least you'll know for sure, let us know the results
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(02-05-2019, 03:47 AM)hbpowerwall Wrote: Well least you'll know for sure, let us know the results

Will do.

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Total Cells required for PowIRwall                                   2856
Total Cells ≥2200mAh, ≥80%, ≥35mΩ, ≤75mΩ, ≥4.12V   2760
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(02-05-2019, 03:47 AM)hbpowerwall Wrote: Well least you'll know for sure, let us know the results

I got the iCharger x6 back as ProgressiveRC found nothing wrong with it.
I plugged it in and again had the same problem. So I looked at the readme file in the USB Folder of the CD and went to 
http://www.silabs.com/products/mcu/Pages...ivers.aspx


Found the windows 10 driver uninstalled all the software first and installed the new stuff and wella it works.
So thanks for all the info and help.

Case closed Big Grin

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Total Cells ≥2200mAh, ≥80%, ≥35mΩ, ≤75mΩ, ≥4.12V   2760
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