Can I send the data as Hex instead of ASCII? For example, I want to send 0x80, not '0' 'x' '8' '0'
Yes. Please, specify it as #80.
Two devices, a and b, talk to each other with a serial port. I want to log the data. So my plan is to have a PC with 2 com ports, one connected to a the other to b, and have data logging software "patch" both com ports together, so whenever data comes in on port #1, it goes out port #2, and vice-versa. That way devices a and b will continue to talk together and function, and I can capture the data to see that it's correct.
We keep get the following data when opening the screen,
I have installed your logger on a machine attached physically to a serial device. However, when I try to create a device, I receive an error that my port cannot be opened.
I'm having a problem sending hex data. If I send any digit, it works find. But if I include an alpha character it sends each character as binary.
0x81 is sent #80 and is sent okay
0xa3 is sent #a3 and is shown as 23 61 33.
Please, type the characters in upper case #A3 not #a3.
We have been looking into the Advanced Serial Data Logger and its functions and are unsure if it is possible to do what we need. I have attached a text file it currently creates via serial ports and another serial data logger we use, but we want something to digest this into our usable data.
The output is as follows. I have highlighted the fields we need. Also underneath i have put this into one line that we would require just to simplify this. Once we have a output correct we would then want this to be inserted into a mysql database.
Will this package create a virtual serial port? I am looking for an application that will read data from a file, such as this product, and stream that data to a virtual serial port. I am trying to set up a simulation so my students can practice logging data with mobile computers.
We have the need of logging a serial stream of *.csv style info, from a RS-232 port and the same data a raw TCP/IP socket. Currently we are using HyperTerm and RealTerm with good success but can’t do any realtime charting, or automatic operations with them.
To use your serial port software, do I need an actual RS232 port on my machine or use a USB to RS232 converter?
If this USB to RS232 converter comes with a sriver that will create a virtual serial port on the computer (most converters do it), then yes, you can use our software with an USB to RS232 converter.