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 Splitting data by timeout

Question

#7E#00#11#90#00#13#A2#00#40#63#0D#A0#FF#FE#01#52#30#32#33#0D#78
#7E#00#11#90#00#13#A2#00#40#63#0D#A0#FF#FE#01#52#30#32#33#0D#78
#7E#00#11#90#00#13#A2#00#40#63#0D#A0#FF#FE#01#52#30#32#33#0D#78


The data packets above start with a lead character #7E and ends with a checksum which varies. the packet contains a radio network source device address "13 A2 00 40 63 0D A0" and data "R 023" ( #52#30#33),both of which which I need to extract. I cannot find a way of parsing these packets because there is no stable last character using the Advanced Data Logger Ascii parser. The packet length is fixed (22 bytes)but I can't see a way of exploiting this. Any ideas?


Answer

You can split your packets by timeout, using the ASCII Data Parser

 
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