General protocol : TAPE Recorder Function
The TAPE Recorder Function offers the possibility to record unknown telegrams (of any system) in a so-called tape file and play it back later.
For the time measurement, you can also record unknown telegrams (of any system) in a so-called tape file and play it back later. Just how tape recording functions is described in detail below (menu item <SendMessage> commands 'rec' and 'play'). The directory in which the tape file is to be created can be defined in the program LIAN (menu item <Protocol | TimeMeasurement | PulseWidth | PulseDurationModulation or PulseCodeModulation | TapeDirectory ).
| switch setting
for all pulse width measurements)
PulseDurationModulation / PulseCodeModulation
restricted on max. 1200 baud.
of free choice
0 - 50%
selectable in msec
-12V / +12V
inverted / normal
Input Tape directory for recording of unknown telegrams.
|The directory in which the tape file is to be created can be defined in the program LIAN (menu item <Protocol | TimeMeasurement | PulseWidth | PulseDurationModulation or PulseCodeModulation | TapeDirectory ). The directory must already exist.|
|Program SIMO: Syntax: rec [name]|
With this command you can also record unknown telegrams of any system under [name] and play them back by means of the command 'play'.
The recording is ended with <stop>
||is selected freely, but it must not be longer than 8 characters and must not contain a period.|
|Program SIMO: Syntax: play [name]|
this command the
telegrams recorded by 'rec' under [name ] can be played back.
Please take into account that the level of the PC corresponds to the level of the telecontrol head.
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