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I'm just getting started, and would like to view and understand the data provided by a Polar H10 HR monitor as a way of better understanding ANT+.

What software can I use to do that with an ANT+ stick on a PC?

I thought SimulANT+ would do it, since the software page says it can be used for "Receiving from ANT+ devices".

However, while I can see the USB stick, I can't see any way to read read data from the real HR sensor.

Thanks,
Dirk      
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In case anyone else is trying to figure this out:

SimulANT is the easiest way to do this. It doesn't just simulate sensors, it can also simulate a sensor _display_, which is what I needed.

With a heart rate monitor, I added a simulator and chose "Heart Rate Display".

Then, after pressing "Turn On", you should see the display connecting to the heart rate monitor. This doesn't always happen reliably, so try multiple times until it works.

Make sure your sensor is actually on (for example, heart rate monitors have to be on your body to transmit).      
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dirkbeer - 31 May 2023 10:12 AM
In case anyone else is trying to figure this out:

SimulANT is the easiest way to do this. It doesn't just simulate sensors, it can also simulate a sensor _display_, which is what I needed.

With a heart rate monitor, I added a simulator and chose "Heart Rate Display".

Then, after pressing "Turn On", you should see the display connecting to the heart rate monitor. This doesn't always happen reliably, so try multiple times until it works.fnaf games

Make sure your sensor is actually on (for example, heart rate monitors have to be on your body to transmit).

Thanks for guide      
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dirkbeer - 31 May 2023 10:12 AM
In case anyone else is trying to figure this out:

SimulANT is the easiest way to do this. It doesn't just simulate sensors, it can also simulate a sensor _display_, which is what I needed.

With a heart rate monitor, I added a simulator and chose "Heart Rate Display".

Then, after pressing "Turn On", you should see the display connecting to the heart rate monitor. This doesn't always happen reliably, so try multiple times until it works.

Make sure your sensor is actually on (for example, heart rate monitors have to be on your body to transmit).


Thanks, I will try it.      
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dirkbeer - 31 May 2023 10:12 AM
In case anyone else is trying to figure this out:

SimulANT is the easiest way to do this. It doesn't just simulate sensors, it can also simulate a sensor _display_, which is what I needed.

With a heart rate monitor, I added a simulator and chose "Heart Rate Display".

Then, after pressing "Turn On", you should see the display connecting to the heart rate monitor. This doesn't always happen reliably, so try multiple times until it works. bloxd io

Make sure your sensor is actually on (for example, heart rate monitors have to be on your body to transmit).

It worked. I could connect to the heart rate monitor. Many thanks.      
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dirkbeer - 31 May 2023 10:12 AM
In case anyone else is trying to figure this out:

SimulANT is the easiest way to do this. It doesn't just simulate sensors, it can also simulate a sensor _display_, which is what I needed.

With a heart rate monitor, I added a simulator and chose "Heart Rate Display".

Then, after pressing "Turn On", you should see the display connecting to the heart rate monitor. This doesn't always happen reliably, so try multiple times until it works.

Make sure your sensor is actually on (for example, heart rate monitors have to be on your body to transmit).


Thanks bud, you made my day smile      
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dirkbeer - 17 May 2023 10:35 AM
I'm just getting started, and would like to view and understand the data provided by a Polar H10 HR monitor as a way of better understanding ANT+.

What software can I use to do that with an ANT+ stick on a PC?

I thought SimulANT+ would do it, since the software page says it can be used for "Receiving from ANT+ devices".

However, while I can see the USB stick, I can't see any way to read read data from the real HR sensor.

Thanks,
Dirk

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With the help of the open source program ANT+ to OSC Bridge, you may link ANT+ devices and transform data into OSC protocol. Linux, macOS, and Windows are among the operating systems on which ANT+ to OSC Bridge is compatible. The ANT+ Plugin allows you to receive and analyze ANT+ data if you're using Cycling '74's Max MSP. This plugin offers features for receiving data from ANT+ devices and transforming it into a format that is compatible with Max MSP.      
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dirkbeer - 17 May 2023 10:35 AM
I'm just getting started, and would like to view and understand the data provided by a Polar H10 HR monitor as a way of better understanding ANT+.

What software can I use to do that with an ANT+ stick on a PC?

I thought SimulANT+ would do it, since the software page says it can be used for "Receiving from ANT+ devices".

However, while I can see the USB stick, I can't see any way to read read data from the real HR sensor.



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