I think I’d like to see some improvments there before chosing that receiver. Solution for connecting on BTForum German. After reading the review of the DG on this site, I’m a bit hesitant regarding the software application. In other languages Add links. But I only remembered to turn it on after takeoff, so there was no fix prior to being onboard. For earlier kernel versions have a look here. Never had such a problem with the Globalsat DG which does strengthen my belief in single-purpose devices that do one thing well.
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Does anyone know if this unit is available to buy in Europe yet? Even if you turn off thethe logging resumes when you start it again.
Apparently they are working on software that will allow for data downloading over Bluetooth, faster transfer over Bluetooth and lgoger PocketPC application. A back-to-back comparison with the Globalsat DG would be really interesting since these are the products that seem to be offering the best logging capabilities for the time being. Transystem iBlue Users. It has the same features as the Qstarz BT-Qso you might want to read its reviews, too.
So a bit expensive, but I really wanted it. This is not a review, just a few impressions. Plan et Index Le Glossaire.
View more current devices at http: The PTL button only works if the is “awake”, i. It should be interesting to see how user friendly the software for the i-Blue loggers are. Pretty nice design, but very slow transfers, at least with my setup. The key there is the semi-standard CSV logter that is created.
Never had such a problem with the Globalsat DG which does strengthen my belief in single-purpose devices that do one thing well. Intersting about the two modes. Has anyone tried to get the data-logging ability working with linux? I still think the transfer speed should be faster, the Globalsat DG uses the same Prolific serial emulation driver and it’s much faster, with the I stopped at 9 minutes for 15, points. This page was generated in 0,42 seconds.
Yes, Adam fixed that quick, apparently the was slightly different from the log You can have long journeys with it thanks to its panel and its good battery The iBlue is a dual function GPS receiver with Bluetooth connectivity and 16Mb of onboard memory for data logging. Transystem i-Blue Users. On the in logging mode you can still use it as a Bluetooth receiver. I just got one of these.
If you think you might need a Bluetooth GPS then the or are interesting, but I tend to believe in single purpose devices that do their “main” job best. After 4 hours, it has to redownload the full ephemeris and that requires some good signal 28dB-Hzbut maybe you had it on the seat. It is only a GPS mouse, so there is no setup or configuration. Retrieved from ” http: In datalogger mode bluetooth is off and you must download data over a USB connection.
Fortunately I haven’t seen the lofger data being erased by moving the switch as others have, but overall I’d say that both the and ‘s logging modules are going to need more work before they’re ready for prime time. Shouldn’t be much of a problem ordering from Sweden. Log in every 5 seconds, and Bluetooth connection, stationary.
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Oh good, I wasn’t sure if it was used to power it off, there is a switch on the side too? Works since linux kernel 2. I ordered the iBlue from Semsons a week or so ago, and it got delivered here Norway in 6 days. kogger