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izrunas Posted - 03/11/2014 : 08:51:50

I would like to auto update the time on my detector via a Python script, but I am

self.sendCommand("<SETDATETIME[" + time.strftime("%y%m%d%H%M%S") + "]>>")

When I test my string by using it as a print command, it does output what I want... time when I ran this test was: 12:29:19 on March 11, 2014...


But when I checked on my GMC-320 Plus does not update correctly. It changed the year to 2092!

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ZLM Posted - 03/11/2014 : 22:12:21
The date and time data must in hexadecimal value.

Use latest Data Viewer software menu Terminal to see what is exact parameters are needed.

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