As many of our existing customers already know, we have an active program
of development in place for AntiLog and it's related software. As an
example, we have just released our latest AntiTermPro serial port terminal
application which now allows Internet unit upgrades and multi-unit operation
in support of our AntiLog and the latest AntiLogPro data logger range.
You can see from the AntiLog V7.0 release, we do not charge high prices
for upgrades and support like many other companies do. V7.0 for example is
free for all existing customers who have purchased AntiLog or AntiLogPro
units. We want you to enjoy your experience with us and we would like to
take this opportunity to sincerely thank our existing customers for their
very kind comments about our product.
Is there a feature you would like to see in our product range? Why not
your comments to us as we always seriously consider all user suggestions
for inclusion in future releases.
We want AntiLog to maintain and in future improve on its world class
leading performance and with your help and support, we feel confident we can
achieve this. Once again, thank you for your interest in our AntiLog
"Can I send initialisation commands to my equipment during a
Yes you can. You can for example poll equipment with a user command at a
user defined rate. This is useful if you need to issue a read request to
equipment such as a power meter so that you can log the output. In
addition, you can configure AntiLog so that a push on the 'On' or 'Off'
buttons during record also transmits independent user defined commands
attached to each.
Both the 'On' and 'Off' buttons can have user commands assigned to them
and there is a separate equipment polling mechanism per recording channel,
each capable of transmitting selected user commands.
If you need to send just one initialisation command to your equipment
at the start of a logging session, you can do this and even specify a
delay from the start of the logging session to determine when this user
defined command will be issued.
"I have a complex data source that has binary and ASCII
embedded in it. What format does AntiLog use to record
Antilog never 'formats' incoming data. What you play back can be
exactly what you recorded so there are no 'formatting issues' to contend
with. In fact, if you play back the data from AntiLog, the serial data
stream will look like it is coming out of the original equipment.
"I note that your AntiLog product supports two hardware serial
ports but there is only one connector on the end. How can it record
from two RS232 data sources at the same time?"
All AntiLog hardware (from REV C onward) can support two serial ports
in hardware (referred to as the Primary and Secondary serial ports). The
user can configure a unit to use the RTS/CTS lines on the port connector
as the second serial port Rx/Tx lines.
AntiLog V7.0 software can indeed record and play back from the two
serial ports at the same time using the two built in logging channels.
You assign hardware ports to the channels with the menu system and you can
even play back data in real time from both serial ports. It's just like
having two single channel units in a single box. Upgrades to V7.0 are
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