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Thread: ATN Shot Trak HD Camera / Setting Time / Date ?

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    ATN Shot Trak HD Camera / Setting Time / Date ?

    Hi all

    This Is a question for any of you guys out there who use or have used an ATN Shot Trak HD Camera on your air rifle. Basically, I have used one on my HW100s for about 4 years or so with no problems whatsoever. The only thing I have been unable to do Is to set the time and date on the camera unit. I have tried numerous times to achieve this but It just does not work. I was therefore just wondering If anybody else has had the same problem, and If they have could shed any light on the situation. Here Is a link to the camera units Instructions that shows how to set the time and date. Maybe I'm missing something,

    Atb,

    John

    Instructions : https://www.manualslib.com/manual/90...Hd.html?page=5
    Last edited by luckymjr; 08-07-2018 at 01:00 PM.
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    ATN Shot Track

    According to my manual:
    1. Connect MicroSD to PC (via a Card Reader)
    2. Create a new folder with the Date/Time format "YYYYMMDD-HHMM" so for today at 23.00, the folder would be named 20180710-2300.
    3. Put the card back into the Shot Trak.The Shot Trak will scan the folder and if the folder name is in the Date/time format above, it will write to the system clock.
    4. After the clock has changed successfully, it will delete the folder.

    The above is quoted from the manual I received with my Shot Trak, mind you I've not tried it myself.

    Good luck.

    Rod
    Last edited by Rodd; 11-07-2018 at 09:44 PM. Reason: clarified point 2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodd View Post
    According to my manual:
    1. Connect MicroSD to PC (via a Card Reader)
    2. Create a new folder with the Date/Time format "YYYYMMDD-HHMM" so for today at 23.00, the folder would be named 20180710-2300.
    3. Put the card back into the Shot Trak.The Shot Trak will scan the folder and if the folder name is in the Date/time format above, it will write to the system clock.
    4. After the clock has changed successfully, it will delete the folder.

    The above is quoted from the manual I received with my Shot Trak, mind you I've not tried it myself.

    Good luck.

    Rod
    Thanks for the reply Rod. Already tried that numerous times without success. If you do ever try setting the date and time yourself please can you let me know If It works or not,

    Regards,

    John
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