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Data Logger Suite Network Data Logger V2.6.10 build 929

Data Logger Suite Network Data Logger V2.6.10 build 929

Data Logger Suite Network Data Logger is a lightweight application designed for monitoring, logging and saving of serial data sent or received via RS232, TCP/IP, UDP or OPC serial interface. 


It also supports the SNMP protocol, as well as other sources working simultaneously, provides a modern interface, features log formats, data query and export plugins, service modes, you can find demo downloads about the program.


Have you ever thought that would process all serial data logging at once without reconfiguration or adjustment, requiring constant tools for each new situation ? 


Wouldn't it be great to have a way to monitor all data sources while storing real-time information into a database? Can you imagine such a tool already exists?


A full-featured software complex to monitor, record and save any data sent or received via RS232 serial, TCP/IP, UDP, OPC, SQL, SMS, modem or DDE data interfaces.


The data logger kit is the swiss army knife of other data logger tools. It receives information from any device connected via RSS232, TCP/IP, UDP port or an OPC interface, trades in the way you want, including custom processing and filtering, and then stores it to any database on your computer . 


With full support for any serial interface, the Data Logger Kit is a versatile solution for truly monitoring any serial data.


Parallel data logging


The main feature of a data logger kit is its ability to log information through any number of serial interfaces simultaneously through them simultaneously. The Data Logger Kit natively supports TCP/IP, UDP, RSS232, OPC protocols and treats them, and any of them become like 100% transparent work. Data Parallel Logging does not require any specific setup and works with any device connected to the port, they are all at the same time.


Real-time data logging to file

Real-time data logging is another very important capability. The Data Logger Suite monitors all serial data sending and receiving devices and collects real-time information immediately saving each piece to the database. Real-time logging ensures that you never miss a single point of sending data from a device, no matter what interface it is connected to.


Real-time data logging to any database

Once the data logger suite captures serial data, it can be stored in any database including MSSQL, MySQL, Oracle, Access, Database or any other ODBC compliant database. In addition, the program can export any data directly into Excel to populate the form with flight information via the DDE interface. Conveniently, the Data Logger Suite can filter the information by process, structure and format of the data before writing them into a database, opening nearly limitless options.


A program can interface with more than one at the same time. RS232, COM, TCP/IP, UDP ports, OPC DA1 and DA2 interfaces, SNMP protocol, modern devices, file data sources, DDE, SQL and SMS interfaces;


Multiple ports and interfaces. Ability to record multiple RS232, RS485, RS422, TCP/IP, UDP ports and OPC interfaces, modems simultaneously;


Flexible parameters, you can configure custom parameters for each port or interface (for example, IP address and baud rate);

Extended logging capabilities, text or binary files for real-time data logging;


log format. The date, size or data type of the log file can be set;


Data query plugin. Ability to send request through RS232 serial port or TCP port to remote device to start data exchange;

Data parsing plugin. A parser can extract only the necessary data from a data stream. Allows you to build a full-featured real-time data acquisition system;


Data export plugin. Ability to store extracted data into databases such as MSSQL, MySQL, Oracle or Access, or transfer information directly to target applications through DDE and OPC interfaces;


Different operating systems, it supports all Windows 9X platforms from Windows 7;

service mode. Our data loggers can act as a service and log data even when users log in and out of workstations;

online help. Press F1 anytime the online help will appear providing concise and up-to-date documentation.


User-friendly, the data logger kit has an easy-to-understand, well-explained interface, so it doesn't require any special knowledge to start using it. Flexibility incorporates complete ease of use and technological sophistication with programs that provide convenience for performing any task.


Data logger cable

USB Data logger cable

USB Serial Data logger cable

USB RS232 Data logger cable

USB to 3.5mm Data logger cable


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