Free ComDebug and Windmill 7 Trial: Serial port monitor & data logger
We are pleased to offer our Monitor Newsletter subscribers this great new package comprising:
- ComDebug serial port logging and monitoring software. This useful utility doesn't expire and is completely free.
- A month's trial of the Windmill 7 data acquisition and control software, with the COMIML serial driver.
You will receive an e-mail asking you to confirm your subscription. On doing so you will be sent details of how to download the free software. If you don't receive this e-mail please contact email@example.com.
Windmill 7 Data Acquisition and Control Software
- Connect up to 10 instruments to the PC over TCP/IP, RS232, RS422, RS485 or Modbus with the COMIML driver
- Data logging with the Windmill Logger program
- Trend charting with the Windmill Chart program
- Data display and DDE server with the Windmill DDE Panel program
- Output control with the AnalogOut and DigitalOut programs
- Data saved in text files and can be sent in real-time to other programs like Excel
- Lasts one month, after which you can licence your copy
ComDebug Serial Data Logging Software
- Simple data logging from one instrument connected to the PC's COM port over TCP/IP, RS232, RS422, RS485 or Modbus
- Data saved in text files which can later be imported into Excel or other software
- Understands ASCII, binary and hexadecimal data
- Free technical support for life: this software doesn't expire
- COM port trouble-shooting:
- Control the state of the PC's serial port output lines
- See the state of the serial port input lines
- Quickly identify and correct communication errors
- See all bytes sent and received, even non-printing characters like carriage returns
- Send ASCII values, twos complement integers, unsigned integers, single bits, floating point, CRCs etc
Charting Data with Windmill 7
"ComDebug solved a problem I had debugging Phytron motor controllers"
"Your software works great; it's the only package that allows me to set the DTR line low...required by the TI (Texas Instruments) development board configuration."
R E Rogers