It must be done with Sentinel as the display colors editor is part of the profile. I didn't make a profile editor as that would be 100% duplication that couldn't be improved on so I could spend time in other areas.Hi,
I didn't ask this correctly:
Can it modify the SDS 200 Display ? e.g., what shows, where ?
Or, must this be done with Sentinel ?
For controlling and logging the front Micro USB port or the LAN Port can be used. The advantage of the LAN port is it also carries the audio so the audio cable from the scanner to the sound card is not needed. Another advantage is the serial port driver doesn't need to be installed.Hello,
Please bear with me a bit on this. New at, and the "old age" problems.
Would like to play with controlling my new SDS 200 directly from ProScan.
I have selected an unused COMM Port, and that selection seems O.K.
But, now what ?
There is no USB Port from the SDS200 to connect to PC.
Do I use the Micro USB, or the LAN Port ? Or,...?
I tried the Micro USB, and it went into that Detected Mass Storag dtected, Press E message routine.
So, please, walk me thru, in detail please, connecting the radio to ProScan on my W10 pc.
And, once we get that all set, what do I do to have the graphic/icon of the SDS200 become active and actually control the scanner ?
Thanks, appreciate the help,
resolved by choosing my primary sound device instead of URL in audio setup/recorder - which is what the instructions say to do - but who reads instructions anywayProscan is recording and saving files, but cannot play them back. line turns green then blue. VLC opens them but doesn't play and if I open them in Windows Media Player I get the following error. Windows Media Player encountered a problem while playing the file.
The Wi-Fi could of experienced interference, low signal, flaky dongle, dongle location, etc. Probable the Packet Loss was high.resolved by choosing my primary sound device instead of URL in audio setup/recorder - which is what the instructions say to do - but who reads instructions anyway
Each instance or ProScan needs to be in a separate folder so the config and logging will be unique to that instance.Hello ProScan,
I must say it is a great logging program for scanners. I use it with my Uniden BCD536HP all the time. I purchased the new Uniden SDS200 and it seems to launch it's self on the BCD536HP History and UID log. I did create a separate log folder for each scanner. I would like to start each scanner with its own log history and UID. There must be a way to load each scanner and keep its logging.