Re: ACL 5.x and TS-2000 not working quite right
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I just fired up my system, and here are my settings for my TS-2000:
First, I checked the radio itself, using menu 56 to see that the rig is using 9600 for the com port settings. You can change it to whatever you want, I think the default was 4800 when I first started setting this up.
I'm using Kenwood 2 settings on the ACL software.
Have 9.6 rselected in the ACL software
Have Parity = none selected in the ACL software
Have Data Bits = 8 selected in the ACL software
Have Stop bits = 1 selected in the ACL software
Under "Connector Power" have RTS selected in the ACL software
Have "Radio Polling" = 2 sec selected in the ACL software
Have "Mode Determined by Rig" selected in the ACL software
Have "Use Frequency on Main Form" checked in the check box selected in the ACL software
Command to read frequency is (either IF; or LF;) not sure which selected in the ACL software
Checking the TS-2000 manual, "IF;", as in India Foxtrot, is the correct command to send the TS-2000 to read the transceiver parameters including the frequency.
Command to read mode is BD; selected in the ACL software
Looking at the manual, I kinda question the "BD" for reading the mode, but that's what its set to and it works, so don't ask me. The manual says that "BD;" moves the band down, as opposed to "BU;" which moves the band up. But... that's what I have, and again it seems to work.
At 07:33 PM 11/6/2016, you wrote: