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Reply To: Battery Power Options

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Shannon – thanks for your thoughtful reply.  I’m sure I’ll be able to find the problem now.  Answering your questions:

  1. I’m not switching D22 on.
  2. Humidity is a possibility. I’ll look for corrosion and add desiccant .
  3. I’ve had ants at another location but not this one…yet.
  4. I’ll make some tests as you suggest to isolate the problem.  It might be easiest to just replace the Mayfly/modem as this station is far from my home.  Then I can test the original equipment at home.

I do have a Digi modem and adapter card at all my locations.  I plan to, but won’t be able to convert to new Mayfly and LTE BEE for another year as it will require substantial desk work – a winter job.