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  1. Fantastic! That’s exactly what I thought was possible when I saw the capabilities through command line function. Would love to hear about your progress either here or on a blog post etc! Good luck and god speed!!
  2. This is excellent! I didn't realize it was python. Nice! Thanks for posting this, James! -Allen
  3. I do know a bit- but it's been ages. However, I think I can get my work done via the device monitor, so all should go well here. And as I mentioned, it's a tricky test, so not sure if it will work anyway. Manual playing may be the best anyway. Thanks for this excellent interface!!
  4. Ok, only problem with this is that device monitor doesn't let you click anywhere other than the monitor, and the terminal doesn't let you click anywhere but the terminal... so I can't give commands and watch the output. I'd love to be able to have both up, or a simplistic terminal within monitor. [Just a small suggestion.] Update- well, I was able to do most of what I wanted to semi-manually via the puffs and temp set interface on device monitor. My only problem is now I think the full test I wanted to do is more complex. I'm going to have to think about this a bit more. Awesome that I was able to try it though!
  5. You know, John has a very good point here! I just checked out the case-analyzer portion of escribe, and the Delta-T for charging on USB is 10 degrees... that's right on the money for our house temp at the moment (91-10 = 81). So, I bet it's correct!!
  6. AH - ok, John. I'm gonna drop you a quick PM about this box. I'll keep it short. THANK YOU!!
  7. Hmm- I realize I'm looking at the device monitor info, and that my device is plugged in- perhaps the charging circuitry raises the temp by 10 degrees F? Might be conceivable! Especially in a closed box!
  8. Hi Everyone! How is everyone's room temp reading? Mine is off by 10 degrees F. Any thoughts? Thanks!! -Allen
  9. Hi again, everyone! I was wondering what you're using to send commands to the device? I'm attempting realterm, but not sure about baudrate parity etc., or if those are even necessary. New at this on the windows side, so I'm a bit out of it. [and another complication I'll share if I can't do this in the standard way... first step learn the standard way. ]
  10. Thanks Tomr1088! I appreciate it!
  11. I'm intrigued by the Ti wire builds... did you guys get the TCR off of steamengine and do you need a different TCR for each gauge wire etc.? Would love to learn more!
  12. Ok, this may be a bit of a dumb question here (coming from a different computer platform)- what would I need to use to send these commands and receive output? Can I send via a terminal program or similar and still have the device record in escribe?
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