Hi all! I have an AudioMoth I had installed for bat and bird monitoring. Unfortunately the casing I had did not hold up and it quickly had water that the device stayed soaked in for weeks. I'm guessing it's a lost cause, but... any advice on how I could get it working? I thoroughly dried with rice. Corroded on ~ 1/3 of device (on end that says "AudioMoth"). Flashes rapid red when I switch to default, battery indicator light works when I turn it off (4 flashes). Nothing when I turn it on. Still allows me to configure correctly and saves config file to SD card. Any input appreciated! Even if just advice on how to clean corrosion without further damaging, or how to dismantle to clean corrosion under green facing. THANK YOU!
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To see this working, head to your live site.
You could also try it with the AudioMoth USB Microphone firmware - https://www.openacousticdevices.info/usb-microphone. This doesn't use 32kHz crystal, the parallel interface to an external SRAM chip, or the SD card so may work okay even if the standard firmware doesn't.
Hi Matt, Does it make recordings when in default mode? Alex