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doms:doms2pc_text [2013/09/10 11:42]
lpolerec [Retrieve/clear the recorded data]
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   - Open an application that can send characters to and read characters from the COM port, such as **HyperTerminal** (Start->​Programs->​Accessories->​Communications->​HyperTerminal). **Configure the COM port** as shown in the figure below, and establish the connection.   - Open an application that can send characters to and read characters from the COM port, such as **HyperTerminal** (Start->​Programs->​Accessories->​Communications->​HyperTerminal). **Configure the COM port** as shown in the figure below, and establish the connection.
  
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 ===== View and modify settings ===== ===== View and modify settings =====
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 **Figure 1**: Main DOMS settings, after you type **enter** in an active connection with the DOMS. **Figure 1**: Main DOMS settings, after you type **enter** in an active connection with the DOMS.
  
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 **Figure 2**: More DOMS settings, after you enter ''​config''​. **Figure 2**: More DOMS settings, after you enter ''​config''​.
  
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 **Figure 3**: DOMS settings, after you enter ''​spec'',​ showing also the spectrometer settings. **Figure 3**: DOMS settings, after you enter ''​spec'',​ showing also the spectrometer settings.
  
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 **Figure 4**: Example of output data lines, without the spectrometer active. Data columns are **separated with a semicolon (;)**, with column 1 = date, column 2 = time, column 3 = mark in the profile, columns 4-7 = four analog input channels, collumn 8 = depth. If the spectrometer is also active, column 9 = ID number of the file on the spectrometer unit's storage medium where the current spectrum is stored, column 10 = spectrometer signal (light intensity) averaged in a specific spectral region (see Tables below). **Figure 4**: Example of output data lines, without the spectrometer active. Data columns are **separated with a semicolon (;)**, with column 1 = date, column 2 = time, column 3 = mark in the profile, columns 4-7 = four analog input channels, collumn 8 = depth. If the spectrometer is also active, column 9 = ID number of the file on the spectrometer unit's storage medium where the current spectrum is stored, column 10 = spectrometer signal (light intensity) averaged in a specific spectral region (see Tables below).
  
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 ===== DOMS settings and commands ===== ===== DOMS settings and commands =====
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