Oh well, you could always add a TIMEZONE command (+13 to -13, 1/2 hr
steps) as well, if you were feeling so inclined.
Might have it's uses in conjunction with the scripting language, too..
Just a thought...
--- In email@example.com, Scott Miller <scott@...> wrote:
> No, because it doesn't have a real-time clock. I could probably
> output the GPS time, but it'll be UTC and not local time, and of course
> you'll have to have a GPS connected.
> santi_bruster wrote:
> > The tracker2 OT2m can display date and time in console mode like a
> > kpc-3 DAYTIME?
> > EB2AUA>APOT01..........[11/27/07 00:37:41]......etc
> > Thank you