Re: The Oudies Have Arrived
- From: "Paul Remde" <paul@xxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 14 Apr 2010 16:33:07 -0500
I think you are doing something wrong in the flight log download. A flight log downloaded by ConnectMe is exactly the same as a flight log downloaded by the 300 Utility. I suspect that you are submitting a flight log generated by the SeeYou Mobile "PDA logger".
Cumulus Soaring, Inc.
"Bob 7U" <szd55.7u@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:c72ac765-031f-4752-bed1-e0a2dfb3b658@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Thanks Paul, thanks Richard,
I'm sure you will playing with these units in the days to come and
ConnectMe works a charm with the only snag being that it produces a
'Grey' score line on the OLC.
Maybe this is something the OLC people can fix or Naviter might look
at including the ability to run the Cambridge utility.
On Apr 14, 4:48 pm, Richard <r...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Apr 14, 1:37 pm, "Paul Remde" <p...@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi Bob,
> I don't know for certain. The unit is setup to be specific to running
> Mobile and ConnectMe. I don't see an easy way to access Windows File
> Explorer to run the Cambridge 300 Utility and I don't know whether File
> Explorer is even installed in the unit. It is possible to copy files to > the
> Oudie, but I can't see a way to run them.
> SeeYou ConnectMe will work fine, except that it can't check the flight > log
> security after download.
> Best Regards,
> Paul Remde
> Cumulus Soaring, Inc.
> "Bob 7U" <szd55...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> Hi Paul,
> Does it run the Cambridge flight download utility?
> I know it will have ConnectMe but I was curious about running the
> Cambridge software.
> Bob 7U
> On Apr 14, 12:28 pm, "Paul Remde" <p...@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I just received my first batch of Naviter Oudies. They are very nice!
> > There are many small software tweaks that make them easier to use. For
> > example, when selecting the comm port (the default is the internal > > GPS)
> > the
> > selection list includes text which clarifies how each port is used > > (COM 1:
> > Internal, COM 4: Serial, > > etc.).http://www.cumulus-soaring.com/seeyou.htm
> > All 30 of the units received today have already been sold, but many > > more
> > are
> > on the way to me which should arrive next week. They have not all been
> > sold
> > yet.
> > The supplied serial cable works well with a 302 or GPS-NAV but has > > nuts on
> > the connector, so a straight through cable is required to connect it > > to a
> > GPS-NAV. I have them in stock (see link below). The nuts can be > > removed,
> > but then there is no simple way to secure it to the GPS-NAV. I feel > > that
> > it
> > is important that a secure connection is made because you wouldn't > > want it
> > to fall off in flight. The 12V power leads must be powered for the > > cable
> > to
> > work. It supplies 5V power to the Oudie and also has a built-in RS-232
> > voltage level converter. I recommend this cable for use with the > > Cambridge
> > GPS-NAV.http://www.cumulus-soaring.com/cai_prices.htm#HA-349
> > For the Cambridge 302 and other devices I recommend the Oudie-PS5a-1 > > cable
> > because they pass 5V power from the 302 to the Oudie. The 302 seems to
> > provide enough power for the Oudie as long as the Oudie is fully > > charged
> > or
> > nearly so.http://www.cumulus-soaring.com/goddard.htm#Oudie-PS5a-1
> > Best Regards,
> > Paul Remde
> > Cumulus Soaring, Inc.- Hide quoted text -
> - Show quoted text -
To run the CAI utility the correct nav path would have to be set and
certain .dlls would need to be auto installed. This is something we
would probably have to ask SeeYou to do.
I have the Ultimate running the CAI Utility, but I have much more
access to the operating system and the registry on the Ultimate.
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