icarus wrote: »
We are ~20 Kms from the tower. Mercifully, there are very few people that live out here, and the bulk of the traffic is from the highway. There are perhaps 20 people that live in the range of the tower, and few of them seem to use it for ISP. All told I am thrilled with the the service, especially compared to Xplornet Sat service. Better pings (by far) better throughput, much lower price per gig too. Not only that, I now have one bill for both the phone and ISP. Before it was ~$50 for the phone, plus ~$100 for the ISP. Now my bill averages (for both services, unlimited voice) is~ $60.
ArmyVet wrote: »
Anyone Hear yet of any updates on the Rogue Series. Personally I would think something new would be hatched by now. Seems to have a great Market Pull. But no new updated Controllers or Updated Software control or Nothing.
Ralph Day wrote: »
"Mx60 has worked great for me over the years. I am noticing the fan is starting to go out and I need to order a new one for it after about 5 years."
My problem with an MX60 as well. I took off the lower cover and put a 120v computer muffin type fan blowing air in during the daylight hours ( on a timer). Works fine,but I put white paint on the fan blades so I could see them and not put my finger in amongst the blades. Someday I'll put a little screen in front of the fan (probably after I get a finger whacked).
Now the leftmost button (the most used "initiate" button ) is tough to get to actuate...press and hold for 5-10 seconds before menus show up. I must have worn it out. That's a someday job, replace fan, replace button pad, update firmware...but it'll probably be beyond support by Outback by then and I'll be into getting a new charge controller instead.
icarus wrote: »
I want a 24 vdc controller, with a built in AC inverter of ~600 watts, and a line voltage battery charger built in of say 40 amps, all at a price of $300. Can you supply?
niel wrote: »
"My CPAP is DC so I don't need an inverter."
btw i should've seen the 1.5a he stated too and for 8hrs sleep this will draw it down to 22ah-(8x1.5=12ah)=10ah of capacity or about 45%. now it may be lower than this due to the 22ah being at a 20hr rate and the peukert effect so in the area of 40% maybe with a bit more than 8.5ah or so. this is lower than what we normally recommend and of course if you get more sleep then you could conceivably kill the battery.