Griffin knob

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Can we use the Griffin knob to take the place of the wheel on the Mouse and move the frequency .
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Dale KB5VE

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Norbert

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Yes, Dale, it is no problem to use the GriffinPower Mate with Flex. I like it to use it too also in parallel with the K6TU App on my IPad. So I can tune two slices without jumping with the mouse from One to the other slice.
If you Need More Infos how to configure the GriffinPower Mate don't hesitate to ASK me.
Norbert, dj7jc@t-online.de
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Peter Driessen

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Norbert,
Are you able to post the configuration information here?
Thank you
Peter
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N3FRP

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Is the configuration posted somewhere?

73,
Frank
N3FRP
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Bill N3HQB

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I am interested in using a Griffin Powermate to control the volume on my 6300 in Windows 7.
 Can anyone provide "how to" information?
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N3FRP

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Bill,

Tim W4TME redirected me to the document location on the new website, under downloads.

http://www.flexradio.com/files/griffin_powermate_v2-0_qsg-pdf/

73,

Frank
N3FRP

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Tim - W4TME, Customer Experience Manager

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These documents are for PowerSDR.  I no longer have a PowerMate so I can't verify that they would work with SmartSDR.  SmartSDR does not have the feature of mapping keyboard key combinations to commands which is what the PowerMate uses so I am not sure if it will work with SmartSDR.  

If someone has it working, then I'd like to know how it is done.