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paullomas posted Mar 17 '19 at 4:25 am
Hi,
I have 6 loggers in monitoring equipment and sending data to a central FTP server every 15 minuets and every 24 hours.
The problem i have is that they all ftp their data correctly for several days, or sometimes weeks and then the data file appears empty after a certain time

An example of a good file is

Timestamp TZ V(S4)_TUM (1S) (V) I(S4)_TUM (1S) (mA)
19/12/2016 18
recent by admin  ·  Mar 17 '19 at 4:37 am
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paullomas posted Mar 17 '19 at 4:24 am
I seem to be getting a misplaced decimal point in my FTP returned data on 2 out of the six loggers i have installed.

Timestamp TZ V(S2)_OXF (1S) (V) I(S2)_OXF (1S) (mA)
19/07/2018 22:10 n -239.85 -599.18
19/07/2018 22:10 n -239.74 -599.13

19/07/2018 22:10 n -2406.9 -599.15

19/07/2018 22:10 n -239.9 -599.17
19/07/2018 22:10 n
recent by admin  ·  Mar 17 '19 at 4:31 am
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Fork posted Mar 17 '19 at 4:15 am
Hi,

I have a weatherstation with ESAU datastring. Every 10 minutes the input string to the DT will be 255 caracters longer (new weather data appended).
Now I try to discard the new inputstring till the following formatstring I can see "YYMMDD HHMM".

Is it possible to generate the YYMMDD via 20SV, 21SV and SV22-2000, and the time via 1ST and 2ST as one search string?

Is it possible
recent by Fork  ·  Mar 17 '19 at 4:22 am
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Fork posted Mar 17 '19 at 4:10 am
Hi

I have a date and time string 180713 0830. I must logging this string in format 13.07.18 08:30. How can I do this? At the moment I can separate it to 1$=18 2$=07 3$=13 4$=08 5$=30, but how can I merge it together? Is it possible?

Fork

recent by Fork  ·  Mar 17 '19 at 4:12 am
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wanrosli posted Mar 17 '19 at 3:57 am
Hi,
I had made a simple program,

BEGIN"TEST"
RA2S
T
1$="\T"
END

The result was showed 1$ not equal to the T(time)

Kindly advise me on how to read the current time and save it into variable $1.

Regards,
Wan Rosli

recent by admin  ·  Mar 17 '19 at 4:04 am
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dataTaker Expert posted Mar 16 '19 at 11:11 am
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We try to move all topics in previous forum including the legacy products and software. We apologize for any inconvenience because disappearing of dataTaker forum a few months back.This new platform allows us to access it from mobile phone.

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pml7154 posted Mar 16 '19 at 10:47 am
Hello, I need some help, please!

I have established a PPP connection over USB from my PC to a DT80. I can connected to the Dex interface through 1.0.0.3 and can ping the PC from the DT via 1.0.1.3. All good so far.

The problem is when I try to move data from the DT to the FTP server running on the PC. The DT does not have an Ethernet cable attached, just the USB. When sending the followin
recent by admin  ·  Mar 16 '19 at 11:06 am
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Hi all, I hope that someone could help me to confirm this:

We are about to obtain some sensors that have a very small current signal as output, the larger could be about 30mA (around 3V considering multiplier), and the smaller could be even below 1 millivolt (even using a voltage amplifier).

Considering the information given in page 19 of the Manual (UM-0085-B8-DT8x Users Manual):
"W
recent by Cmin  ·  Mar 16 '19 at 10:43 am
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Stevo52 posted Mar 16 '19 at 10:21 am
Hi all,

I am tasked with repairing a DT80-2 which suffered water and ant damage. I have pretty much cleaned it up (except for the flat Lithium Battery which is awaiting a replacement) and replaced corroded DB9 and other components. The device powers up and I have upgraded the firmware. I can connect to it OK via USB or Ethernet.

However on power up I get a Self Test Failed message and dEX
recent by admin  ·  Mar 16 '19 at 10:36 am
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