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Silence Detector / Re: Trigger two different batch files
« Last post by Jan on June 18, 2019, 09:49:03 pm »
Maybe the reason is that the silence detector does not wait for the batch file to terminate and continues immediately in processing other lines.

A solution may be to use the Delay option.

Anyway it seems to be a good idea for next version to change the execution mode especially for the *.bat files to wait until the batch terminates, or make this user selectable.
Silence Detector / Trigger two different batch files
« Last post by wnhnlpfm on June 18, 2019, 09:08:46 pm »
We have under Open/Play 1, File 1,  a 'restart' batch file to 1. Play a station ID and 2. Attempt to reconnect to the STL stream. This setup works, when I test it by temporarily disconnecting the network.

I tried moving the 'restart' batch file to the File 2 position on the Open/Play 1 tab, and inserting another batch file in File 1, to do a 10 second ping test and save the result to a text file, hoping to gather some diagnostic data.

Open/Play 1
File 1: C:\...\pingtest.bat
File 2: C:\...\

When I test this setup, the 'restart' batch file runs, but the ping test does not, or at least I don't see that it has written to the output text file. Would it be writing to some other directory than the one where the batch file is located?

The ping test batch file works fine when it is run from the command line.

What am I doing wrong?

thanks very much.....
Control Software / Re: Task Scheduler
« Last post by Gordon_Waters on June 15, 2019, 12:40:38 am »
Ok, Thanks I'll keep an eye on it.

Control Software / Re: Task Scheduler
« Last post by Jan on June 14, 2019, 10:00:37 am »
Settings are saved automatically unless you disable the Auto Save in Options - Preferences - General.

You may save the settings any time by File - Save Application Settings.
Control Software / Task Scheduler
« Last post by Gordon_Waters on June 14, 2019, 08:15:31 am »
Hi, I seem the lose all my task scheduler items if I close the magic rds program or if the pc rebootes. I have tried to Store them.

Any way to save these so I o not have to re enter them each time

PIRA75 FM Analyzer / Re: PIRA75 Firmware update
« Last post by Radiofreak1041 on June 13, 2019, 11:06:45 pm »
Hi Jan,
Thanks for answering so quickly!
That did the trick, thank you so much!
PIRA75 FM Analyzer / Re: PIRA75 Firmware update
« Last post by Jan on June 13, 2019, 10:52:51 pm »
The firmware version 1.1a does not support software reset. Simply do it manually by turning on the device while the update utility is running.
PIRA75 FM Analyzer / PIRA75 Firmware update
« Last post by Radiofreak1041 on June 13, 2019, 10:42:14 pm »
Hi Jan!

I have bought an old PIRA75 FM Analyzer, which has firmware version 1.1a. I can't use all the features in FM Scope because of that.
The problem that I have is with the firmware update. I've downloaded the firmware update tool for version 1.5 r2.
The update tool gives the following info:
- Port opened
- Sending reset...
- Waiting for response...
- Sending reset...
- Waiting for response...
The Sending reset... and Waiting for response... are repeating, and nothing happens to the percentage bar.
I've tried updating under Windows 10 and Windows XP, with COM1 and a USB-to-serial adapter, all with no effect.
I also tested the serial cable, but its fine.
The measurements of the FM deviation and modulation power work properly, so do the stereo deviation and RDS deviation counters.
I also can't read out the version from the device in FM Scope, nor can I save DIP switch settings to the EEPROM, it simply doesn't apply the changes I made in FM Scope.

Hope that you can help me updating to a newer version so I can enjoy the full product.

Thanks in advance,
Silence Detector / How to set up sending TXT alert
« Last post by nhat.nguyen on May 03, 2019, 09:52:56 pm »

I would like to know how to set up the alert to goes out via TXT message.  Thanks.
Silence Detector / Re: Playing music issue
« Last post by Jan on May 03, 2019, 03:57:43 pm »
There's no feedback from the VLC to the piraside indicating an end of the track. For mp3 software which supports playlists, the playlist file name can be used instead of mp3 file, resulting in single instance.
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