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Jan 17

Evolving start/stop time

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Hi,

I want to record 1 minute/10 minute during 2 hours at sunrise and sunset (1 hour before and 1 hour after). The time is evolving every day during the season. Is there a way to upload the sun almanac for my location in the system and use it to program my recording time? If not would it be possible to work with developers to make it happen?

Thanks

Louis

Hi Louis, It's definitely possible to calculate the time of sunset and sunrise on the device and adjust the start and stop times accordingly, and we can definitely help develop custom firmware for your application. If you email me (alex.rogers@cs.ox.ac.uk) we can discuss how to go about that. Alex

Great, thank you very much. I don't have the devices with me yet. Once I receive them I will connect with you to figure this out. Louis

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