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    GPS, infill t3 and Centrafuse

    Does not work to me the GPS with Infill T3 and this program, somebody can help me?

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    I have not used this unit but we have some coming hopefully soon...

    what are the issues you are having? Does it create an error.log file? Which version are you running? What OS is it running?

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    Im curious too about the Infill G4. I have window xp home sp2 with centrafuse 1.10 and so on. Im not sure how to get the gps hooked into centrafuse.

    Any way to run some small app to test gps and figure out the details in which the setting for centrafuse needs? (protocal, port, baude)

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    If it has a COM port you should be able to set it up... If it is running SiRF mode then you might have issues, trying adjusting the baud rate...

    if it has a driver and you can set it to NMEA mode, use that and set it to the default 9600...

    check device manager for a COM port, hook it up and see if you see data coming in from hyperterminal or any other program...

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    G4 works fine.
    Pick the COM port. and leave as NMEA and presto.

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