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Silence Detector / Re: Playing music issue
« Last post by adrian booth on April 30, 2019, 02:04:06 am »
Im afraid with 1.4e insatlled im still getting a crash when it tries to play using internal mp3. I have pasted the crash data here..  For now Ill have a go with the kill on external player.

Thanks

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UI[4]=Windows can check online for a solution to the problem.
UI[5]=Check online for a solution and close the program
UI[6]=Check online for a solution later and close the program
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Silence Detector / Re: Playing music issue
« Last post by Jan on April 29, 2019, 11:34:29 am »
If you proceed the installation using the link above, the internal player should work.

You can use any external solution of course. For closing the external player, use the Kill application feature in the Return task list.
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Silence Detector / Re: Playing music issue
« Last post by adrian booth on April 29, 2019, 06:37:10 am »
Thanks, the problem i had with 1.4 was 2 fold.
I was unable to use the internal mp3 play option as it was greyed out.
If i use an external player, say vlc, what is the process to stop the player once normal audio is resumed?

Many thanks for the reply and advise

Adrian
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Silence Detector / Re: Playing music issue
« Last post by Jan on April 28, 2019, 08:54:40 am »
Thank you for your report. There was a bug in the app initialization.

Please try following: http://pira.cz/eng/piraside_1.4e_setup.exe

This works on my W10, incl. the internal player.

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Silence Detector / Playing music issue
« Last post by adrianbooth on April 28, 2019, 02:28:38 am »
I have been using this great tool for some time. However after a server rebuild 2012r2 I have 2 issues.
With 1.4 I can’t work out what’s missing to allow internal mp3 play to work as the tick box is created out.
So I uninstalled and went back to 1.3.
Unfortunately when it’s triggered and tries to play audio the application crashes.
I have tested this now on win10 and a total of 3 computers with the same issue.
V1.4 will play using an external player but of course one audio is resumed I would need to stop play somehow.

So I guess my main question is how can I use internal MP3 player on v-.4 and then I can test if that release crashes.

Thanks.
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P275 FM Analyzer / Re: Accessing alarm bits through COM port?
« Last post by chuck-wright on April 04, 2019, 05:24:50 pm »
Works great, thanks! Tested loss of signal and silence detect.

Did notice that the hex characters on input must be in caps.

- C
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P275 FM Analyzer / Re: Accessing alarm bits through COM port?
« Last post by chuck-wright on April 04, 2019, 02:10:37 am »
I'll give it a try, let you know.
Thanks!
- C
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P275 FM Analyzer / Re: Accessing alarm bits through COM port?
« Last post by Jan on April 03, 2019, 06:10:11 am »
In the P175 the solution may be similar, the value is accessible at address 4C6.
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P275 FM Analyzer / Re: Accessing alarm bits through COM port?
« Last post by chuck-wright on April 03, 2019, 01:21:24 am »
Thank you!

I am actually currently using the P175, so suppose I will implement the alarms in software, using other values I can read from the serial interface.

- C
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P275 FM Analyzer / Re: Accessing alarm bits through COM port?
« Last post by Jan on April 02, 2019, 08:34:03 pm »
That's a good question. The alarm outputs are accessible for example using the command

Code: [Select]
49C,001?h
The value returned is HEX coded byte. It's a sum of following values:

0x80 - Alarm pin 2 active
0x40 - Alarm pin 3 active
0x20 - Alarm pin 4 active
0x10 - Alarm pin 5 active

The lower portion of the byte must be ignored.

So for example if you read 50, it means that pins 3 and 5 are high.

This information is currently valid for the P275 only.
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