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Offline Dale Reid

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Format of report that an RM Young station choice expects
« on: August 10, 2017, 12:44:17 PM »
I have fiddled with an RM Young Translator 26700 but recently have a much faster and more capable translator that I got from eBay, the 26800 which can do more with the stock package and had a faster processor, etc.

As far as I can determine from the documentation, there is no standard output string, since so many different sensors can be hooked to it, and there are all sorts of processing that can be programmed.

But there is a command that can output a string to the data port, and to program it I'd need to know what the WD program is looking for in the output string, what order, Comma Delimited (?) and so on.

Has anyone seen something in the WD materials that I could reference to see what I should attempt to program into the 26800 to see if I can link this to the WD program?

thanks for any thoughts, personal success stories, or pointers to documentation.
Dale

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Re: Format of report that an RM Young station choice expects
« Reply #1 on: August 10, 2017, 08:52:52 PM »
maybe the arduino support

 

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