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TelNet Data logging Application

Steve Hendrix
 

I want to publicly thank Cary Oler for putting together a slick data logging and graphing application that I find highly useful and you may too. It runs under Windows 7 & Windows 10 (and probably others), using the TelNet connection for data logging and live graphing. As one example, I have his data logger running continuously, reading the voltage on my solar power batteries via my KISS-488 and the rear terminals of my HP34401A, and displaying a continuous one-day graph. He has generously provided it for all KISS-488 users at http://spacew.com/TelnetData-Setup.exe. This nicely complements the logging and graphing capabilities within KISS-488; the PC application provides a live graph with much prettier formatting; KISS-488 does only offline graphing, but is platform-independent. Below is a sample display, as of right now.

Also, if you have a KISS-488, or know someone who does, you should have just received an email with a firmware update. If you did not, it means I don't have your email address, so please send me your address and the MAC address of your unit in a direct email.

Steve Hendrix

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Hi Steve and Cary
That looks sweet. I just got the software in another email. I will have to try it out soon. My HP3478 should arrive soon so I can try it out.
Thanks Steve and Cary.

Dave
VE7HR


On Thu, Feb 28, 2019 at 9:23 AM Steve Hendrix <SteveHx@...> wrote:
I want to publicly thank Cary Oler for putting together a slick data logging and graphing application that I find highly useful and you may too. It runs under Windows 7 & Windows 10 (and probably others), using the TelNet connection for data logging and live graphing. As one example, I have his data logger running continuously, reading the voltage on my solar power batteries via my KISS-488 and the rear terminals of my HP34401A, and displaying a continuous one-day graph. He has generously provided it for all KISS-488 users at http://spacew.com/TelnetData-Setup.exe. This nicely complements the logging and graphing capabilities within KISS-488; the PC application provides a live graph with much prettier formatting; KISS-488 does only offline graphing, but is platform-independent. Below is a sample display, as of right now.

Also, if you have a KISS-488, or know someone who does, you should have just received an email with a firmware update. If you did not, it means I don't have your email address, so please send me your address and the MAC address of your unit in a direct email.

Steve Hendrix

Emacs!



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72 de Dave
VE7HR