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Old 10-16-2016, 05:50 PM   #1
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Xantrex Link 10 Battery Monitor

I have a Link 10 Battery Monitor from Xantrex. Everything seems to be working but the voltage display. The display will read voltage, but the decimal point is in the wrong place. Voltage should read 14.25 but reads 142.5. Anyone know who to correct the display?
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I'm going to guess, guess it is, that the driver chip for the LED is goofing up. THe LED works but the chip is telling the wrong led to turn on.

Fix it??? I'll guess it would be worth the price of the unit for a repair.

You might contact Xantrex though just to be sure.

Try pulling power completely for a minute of so just as a complete stab in the dark. Don't just turn it off at the on/off but disable power at the fuses.
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I have had my Xantrex Link panel lock up at times, usually during low use periods in winter months. There is a fused lead that supplies a constant feed to the panel, if I remove that fuse and reinstall it after a few minutes, all is good. This happens over the winter months a few times a season. Once the boat is put back into regular use, it does not occur.
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I might have a spare Link 10 available if interested
I tried disconnecting the power with no luck. If you still have the spare Link 10 please contact me. email = slig5572@gmail.com. Thanks, Stu
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