RS232 and Serial Communications Data collection software for serial devices, including meters, balances, scales or any RS232 instrument. WinWedge captures data directly to Excel, Access or any Windows application or web page. It can even send commands out a COM port so you can control your device through hot keys, buttons, or DDE.
PC Has No RS232 Ports? What to Do? Although USB stands for “Universal Serial Bus,” the USB interface does not work like old school RS232 serial ports.
A brief overview of TCP/IP communications Explains the TCP/IP network protocol, how it works, client / server connections, and more general information.
Interfacing a Serial Device to a TCP/IP network Details how a serial device can be accessed over a TCP/IP connection through one of two ways: a physical serial device server or using our TCP/Com software.
Connecting to a Serial or Networked Device Over the Internet Provides further details on connecting to a serial or networked device over an internet connection and the port forwarding process that's involved.
21 CFR 11 Compliance Explains WinWedge's role in Title 21 CFR Part 11 of the Code of Federal Regulations