You're right, the pictures aren't showing up for me either now.Which I am unable to see...
No, didn’t del anything. I believe something happened when System was compressing photos to save space?You're right, the pictures aren't showing up for me either now.
@Up All Night did you delete them?
There is some more info on the Escort Smart Cord in this thread: www.rdforum.org: Possibly making a Mute Power Cord for the LRD950 from an Escort SmartCord
The LM393 is a voltage comparator. Through resistor voltage dividers you can set the voltage at which it goes high or low. Just consider it a voltage detector.You mentioned an LM393 chip in this response. Where exactly is the LM393 being used? Obviously not in the Uniden Smartcord (as shown in post #1 of this thread) - part of the Hard wire Kit?
That would have been right around when he started with us. He is no longer with us, but he gave you bad information. I'll go ahead an PM you about this.I sent them this...
APR 26, 2018 | 03:57PM CDT
I ordered the RDA-HDWKT on March 8th 2018 from BestRadarDetectors.net and today, when I pushed the mute button on it(probably only the 3rd or 4th time I've done so), it broke and no longer presses. For a short time the button was stuck in the on position, causing the R3 to put everything into the Mute Memory. I was able to make it stop but the button no longer works.
What do I need to do for a warranty replacement?
And here is the email I received from a support person "Ryan"...
APR 26, 2018 | 04:19PM CDT
Good afternoon, Charles,
We’re very sorry to hear that this has happened. Unfortunately Uniden has no warranty on accessories that are sold separately. We apologize for any inconveniences this may cause. I would recommend contacting BestRadarDetectors.com about this issue. Please feel free to contact us if you have any further questions or concerns.
Thank you for Choosing Uniden!
Uniden Tech Support
The mute button schematic has a 47k pull up and a buffer transistor. I do not think the 100k v1 mute circuit would work with itSorry to bump an old thread but I had a question if anyone knows, and this seems like a relevant place to ask.
The V1 mute circuit seems to use something like a 100k current limiting resistor when pulling the MUTE pin to ground. Basically the external button is a weak pull-down.
Basically my question is, would a V1 mute button circuit work for Uniden? It's possible that the Uniden radar detector has a stronger internal pull-up and a 100k pull down would not be enough to trigger a mute. In such case the V1 circuit would not work as it requires a strong pull-down (short to ground)
Thanks @SquirrelMaster. I might be looking at the wrong schematics then, because the ones at the top of this thread show the mute switch as basically a switch and a 1nF capacitor (probably for debounce).The mute button schematic has a 47k pull up and a buffer transistor. I do not think the 100k v1 mute circuit would work with it
You're seeing it correctly. The schematic I mentioned is internal to the r3. You basically need the mute wire to be as close as possible to a ground short. A 100k to ground wouldn't work when the internal pull up is 47k
@SquirrelMaster ahh, I understand. Sorry for my confusion. Got it. Thanks for the info.You're seeing it correctly. The schematic I mentioned is internal to the r3. You basically need the mute wire to be as close as possible to a ground short. A 100k to ground wouldn't work when the internal pull up is 47k