- 17th July 2017 at 03:13 #28628AlanParticipant
Every time I start uRemote it tells me the system time is out. I can set the uTrack-X32 to “Use System Time” via uRemote settings. But next time uRemote connects I have to do the same process.
Is this normal, or is the uTrack-X32 suppose to get time from the board or have an internal battery?
Thanks, Alan17th July 2017 at 09:49 #28629LaszloKeymaster
The uTrack-X32 has an internal ‘battery’ so once you set up that should last for several days weeks even if the card removed from the console.
In your case that is possible the card has an issue with this battery.19th July 2017 at 19:42 #28640Gabriel A PassParticipant
Yes, I frequently have the same issue. Not a problem at all. But now that you mention it, I usually have my board unplugged for a week or more at a time since I use it for mobile recording.20th July 2017 at 10:51 #28644LaszloKeymaster
In my previous message I do not describe properly.
The device has a super capacitor which provide power for the board for a limited time. So if you have the card removed from the console for a while that is normal if loses the time.23rd August 2017 at 17:55 #28733GUILLENParticipant
I just received & installed a uTrack-X32. After several tries, when I set the device time using “Use System Time” through uRemote (iMac & iPad) it works, I close the window and re-open “settings”, each time current date time is back to “2033 1 14 17 0 20”
Should I send it back ?
(Firmware version 2905)
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