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Re: Tracker2 and Nuvi 350 - not accepting commands?

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  • n1kcg
    I think I have a 9 volt adapter. so I am all set. *** Found the problem 1) I was sending -- int 120 2) The correct message is --int 120 put an extra
    Message 1 of 4 , Oct 26, 2009
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      I think I have a 9 volt adapter. so I am all set.

      ***
      Found the problem

      1) I was sending "-- int 120"

      2) The correct message is "--int 120"

      put an extra space in there and cause problems with commands.

      ***

      --- In tracker2@yahoogroups.com, Scott Miller <scott@...> wrote:
      >
      > Hi Kevin,
      >
      > Those commands should work. I'd start by clearing out the outbox on the
      > nuvi to make sure the T2 isn't getting confused by old messages stuck in
      > the queue.
      >
      > I just came across your cable return - it wound up in the wrong place.
      > Did you ever get the 9-volt adapter, or do you still need one?
      >
      > Scott
      >
      > Kevin Jensen wrote:
      > >
      > >
      > > My tracker2 will accept commands. It accepts the "--smart on" command
      > > to activate the snartbeaconing. I can also get the tracker2 status,
      > > by sending that message.
      > >
      > > When I use my Nuvi 350 to send the command
      > >
      > > "--interval 120"
      > >
      > > The Tracker2 responds with an "invalid command" message
      > >
      > > Also when I send the command
      > >
      > > "--digi on"
      > >
      > > To turn the digipeater system on, I get the same response of "invalid
      > > command".
      > >
      > > So what am I doing wrong? These are printed commands, on the Tracker
      > > 2 - Nuvi 350 cheat sheet stored here in the data files section. Is
      > > the chj=eat sheet hopelessly out of date? Does someone have the
      > > current command set?
      >
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