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    J Montgomery
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    Default ArcPad 10 - Vectronix Rangefinder's (Protocols)

    I have been testing an older "Leica" Vector 1500 Laser product (no bluetooth capability) using Communication Port COM1 and COM2. After downloading a port monitoring program I was able to view communication while the Range finder tool was active in ArcPad. However, while running the Rangefinder Debug tool - I am not able to view any text (blue, red.) I tried running a null modem adapter with no success either. I am beginning to think that the Leica Locator/Vector Protocol is not recognizing the data transfer from the rangfinders. Maybe they are too old. I have also tried activating other extensions and I have tried many variations for Baud, Parity, etc.

    1. Has anyone used later products from Vectronix (i.e. Vector IV "Bluetooth", Vector 21, Moskito etc.) and have been successful with pairing ArcPad 10x?

    2. Resources?

    Thanks In Advance.
    Last edited by jmontgomery; 04-25-2012 at 11:01 AM.

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    Default Re: ArcPad 10 - Vectronix Rangefinder's (Protocols)

    We use the Vector 21 LRF as well. We have Archer XF101s with either ArcPad 8 or ArcPad 10 depending on unit. I'm looking for the same answer...

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    Default Re: ArcPad 10 - Vectronix Rangefinder's (Protocols)

    The 21's work great. You shouldn't have a problem pairing them up with ArcPad. You should be able to set the extension for Leica Vector and use default Com Port 1 if you are using a serial cable.

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