Reading data from serial port

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Reading data from serial port

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Hi guru,

a customer of mine uses a datalogger of Pico Technologies to register environmental data coming from a plant of glass melting furnaces.

Recently, the customer has been obliged to deliver periodically data to a data center of public environmental control .
We developed a software doing this; it parses data coming from the datalogger, converts in xml and sends them to datacenter.

In order to do that, we need to read data in CSV format - without an interposed PC, which runs software like Enviromoon or whatever else - directly from the datalogger. We work with dataloggers that have the ability to send data via ftp, but Pico ('our' Pico doesn't do that).

A technician of us says that he could read the data coming from the serial port of the datalogger, if possible.

The question is, do you think it is possible? And, if so, how?

Thank you very much

umberto

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Which Pico device do you have ?
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Hy Martyn,
first of thank you four reply and sorry for the answer delay: the datalogger model is EL005

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We no longer support this product, please contact Alphatemp Technology
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Ok Martyn,
thank you very much
umberto

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