Meyra optimus 2 a small review

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Re: Meyra optimus 2 a small review

Postby steves1977uk » 25 Dec 2019, 14:36

I'm thinking it's either the Dealer kit that costs £175, or it could be the OEM dongle by itself without any cables or software (which are easy to find ;)). The USB cable is a Type A male to Type B male which can be bought cheaply on :ebay.

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Re: Meyra optimus 2 a small review

Postby Irving » 25 Dec 2019, 14:52

steves1977uk wrote:I'm thinking it's either the Dealer kit that costs £175, or it could be the OEM dongle by itself without any cables or software (which are easy to find ;)). The USB cable is a Type A male to Type B male which can be bought cheaply on :ebay.

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The dealer dongle isn't much cheaper than the OEM, they go for £300+
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Re: Meyra optimus 2 a small review

Postby Burgerman » 25 Dec 2019, 14:56

The point is that its normally impossible for an honest end user to get hold of OEM because they will refuse to supply!
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Re: Meyra optimus 2 a small review

Postby terry2 » 25 Dec 2019, 15:14

Burgerman wrote:If that number is the dongle alone, technically you wouldnt be able to use it. Unless replacing a lost or broken one. It does I think, include the software (on official CD) or legal software usage rights. And also obviously updates etc. That needs registration, and a specific box code number, to allow you to register online. Or the cable to connect to PC. Officially... So if thats the number on the full kit, or is that the number on the dongle itself only?

I cant tell because I cant get to mine and the box is long gone!



It's the same one as Steve has got.
So it should be ok and messing about. Yes it's the full OEM kit
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Re: Meyra optimus 2 a small review

Postby terry2 » 25 Dec 2019, 15:16

Burgerman wrote:The point is that its normally impossible for an honest end user to get hold of OEM because they will refuse to supply!



Not if you have the gift of the gab like me. :lol:
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Re: Meyra optimus 2 a small review

Postby terry2 » 25 Dec 2019, 15:17

Irving wrote:
steves1977uk wrote:I'm thinking it's either the Dealer kit that costs £175, or it could be the OEM dongle by itself without any cables or software (which are easy to find ;)). The USB cable is a Type A male to Type B male which can be bought cheaply on :ebay.

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The dealer dongle isn't much cheaper than the OEM, they go for £300+



So I don't need anything else to get it working. Other than a cable
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Re: Meyra optimus 2 a small review

Postby terry2 » 25 Dec 2019, 15:42

greybeard wrote:If that is the OEM dongle it is a remarkably low price compared to the £400 odd that most on here have had to pay from various worldwide sources.



I would not pay that price...ever.

May as well put this here as well as the other thread. From an email.

"Product description: R-net PC Programmer (OEM) (WHOLE KIT) - INCLUDES D50610 DONGLE, 66.60.002 & SOFTWARE"
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Re: Meyra optimus 2 a small review

Postby terry2 » 28 Sep 2020, 15:26

Cells in :)
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Re: Meyra optimus 2 a small review

Postby Burgerman » 28 Sep 2020, 23:26

All of them? As I mentioned on the other thread, seems that half the space is unused? Height and width?
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Re: Meyra optimus 2 a small review

Postby terry2 » 29 Sep 2020, 09:30

Burgerman wrote:All of them? As I mentioned on the other thread, seems that half the space is unused? Height and width?



In the middle are the controllers. Which stick out a bit.

The cells was in my puma 40s way before I bought the beast.

After the warranty is up.
I will move the controllers to the front length ways, and have a air scope to keep them cool.
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Re: Meyra optimus 2 a small review

Postby Burgerman » 29 Sep 2020, 10:54

In that myra you should be able to get 250Ah minimum, likely more. With huge service lifespan and range gains. Since its stock battes are grp27 or 31. And 100Ah+ lead.
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