Time #W

Command group to work with the built-in (EA uniTFTs035-ATC / EA uniTFTs043-ATC) and the externally connected RTC.

Set time

(Watch Time Date set)

#WTD

Hour, Minute (act. time), Second (act. time), Day (act. time), Month (act. time), Year (act. time), Adjust (0)

Define object group as watch

(Watch Group Clock)

#WGC

Group-ID, HourHand-ID, MinuteHand-ID, SecondHand-ID(none)

Define print format for RTC

(Watch Define Format)

#WDF

"Dateformat"

Define month names

(Watch Define Month strings)

#WDM

"JAN";"FEB";"MAR";"APR";"MAI";"JUN";"JUL";"AUG";"SEP";"OCT";"NOV";"DEC"

Define day of week names

(Watch Define Day strings)

#WDW

"SUN";"MON";"TUE";"WED";"THU";"FRI";"SAT"

Send time (ASCII)

(Watch Send Ascii)

#WSA

"Dateformat"; date (act. time); 1/100sec

Send time (Unicode)

(Watch Send Unicode)

#WSU

"Dateformat"; date (act. time); 1/100sec

Send time (Binär)

(Watch Send Binary)

#WSB

"Dateformat"; date (act. time); 1/100sec

Define base year for time calculation

(Watch Define base Year)

#WDY

Year


Set time

#WTD

Hour, Minute (act. time), Second (act. time), Day (act. time), Month (act. time), Year (act. time), Adjust (0)

The command sets the current time. If the optional parameter Adjust is set to 1, the internal crystal will be calibrated the next time (Adjust must also be 1).


Define object group as watch

#WGC

Group-ID, HourHand-ID, MinuteHand-ID, SecondHand-ID(none)

The command converts an existing group into a clock. HourHand-ID specifies the Obj ID for the hour hand, MinuteHand-ID the Obj ID for the minute hand, SecondHand-ID the Obj ID for the second hand.


...

#PPP 1,<P:picture/Clock.epg>,120,120,5,200,200,0

#PPP 2,<P:picture/Needle.epg>,120,156,5,6,100,0

#PPP 3,<P:picture/Needle.epg>,120,146,5,6,80,0

#WGC 4,3,2

...


Define print format for RTC

#WDF

"Dateformat"

The command changes the date format.


Define month names

#WDM

"JAN";"FEB";"MAR";"APR";"MAI";"JUN";"JUL";"AUG";"SEP";"OCT";"NOV";"DEC"

The command is used to set 12 individual strings for the month names.


Define day of week names

#WDW

"SUN";"MON";"TUE";"WED";"THU";"FRI";"SAT"

The command is used to set 7 individual strings for the weekday names (starting with Sunday).


Send time (ASCII)

#WSA

"Dateformat"; date (act. time); 1/100sec

The command places the date and time as an ASCII string in the send buffer. The feedback is structured as follows:

ESC

W

S

A

ASCII-String

Ending

...


$1B

$57

$53

$41

$00


See also year(), month(), day(), weekday(), hour(), minute(), second()


Send time (Unicode)

#WSU

"Dateformat"; date (act. time); 1/100sec

The command places the date and time as a Unicode string in the send buffer. The feedback is structured as follows:

ESC

W

S

U

Unicode-String

Ending

...


$1B

$57

$53

$55

$00


See also year(), month(), day(), weekday(), hour(), minute(), second()


Send time (Binär)

#WSB

"Dateformat"; date (act. time); 1/100sec

The command puts the date and time in the send buffer as a signed 32-bit value. The feedback is structured as follows:

ESC

W

S

B

Hour

Minute

Second

Day

Month

Year

Weekday

...

$1B

$57

$53

$42

16-Bit value

16-Bit value

16-Bit value

16-Bit value

16-Bit value

16-Bit value

16-Bit value


See also year(), month(), day(), weekday(), hour(), minute(), second()


Define base year for time calculations (from V1.3)

#WDY

Year

The command changes the base year for the time calculation. Possible values are 1970,1980,1990,2000,2010,2020,2030. The range of values is -68 to +67 years. The preset second count starts on January 1st, 2000 at 0: 0: 0. This is the possible range from 1932 to the end of 2067.


Date formats

Format

%[]h

Hour

%[]m

Minute

%[]s

Second

%1t

1/10 Second

%t

1/100 Second

%[]D

Day

%[]M

Month

%[]Y

Year

%[]W

Day of week (String)

%[]N

Month (String)


Optional []

0

Two digits with leading 0 (Default)

1

Minimum 1 digits without leading character

2

Two digits with leading spaces

4

Four digits (default for year)


Week string and month string:

Optional []

0-9

x chars are shown for the week string or month string.


Examples

"%h:%m:%s";

09:25:04

"%D.%M.%Y";

20.12.2019

"%D %N %Y";

20 December 2019

"%W, %D.%M.%Y";

Friday, 20.12.2019