K145 Network Temperature
This is a stripped down version of the K145TMStd
software with a server component added, to allow remote data viewing. Remote
viewing is done in a web browser. Although it is "finished", it was
done as a proof of concept. As built, it has limited usefulness. However,
the ideas will likely be incorporated into something more functional at a later
time. This software works with the DIY/Kitsrus
K145 Temperature Data Logger kit.
- 4 channels of temperature monitoring and logging
- thermometers, temperature and min/max display in local program
- configure friendly channel names and thermometer scales
- configure Com port
- configure server port number
- remote browser view
- displays channel temperatures, min/max values,
and the temperature
- browser display updates automatically every 5
with option to do a
manual update at any time
- maximum 1 remote connection at any given time
- temperature log can be manually saved to file
kit at Carl's
See the change log (below) for
info on recent updates.
- Wind2K to Win8x
- 1.9 MB of hard drive space
- an available serial port
- network connection for remote viewing (optional)
Browser display has been tested in IE6, IE7, Chrome1, Firefox3, and Opera9.
**Browsers seem to draw text and shapes a bit differently from each other.
There may be unusual spacings or border widths in some browser windows.
You can download the files here.
v. 1.2.1 (20)
- renamed program file (from NTMLite.exe) to K145NTMLite.exe
- widened display on remote viewing form for better
visibility of the "Comment" column in the Log.
- remote display now updates once every 5 minutes
- added button on remote display to permit manual
- reconfigured server and remote viewing form
to permit viewing in more browsers.
Tested remote view in:
- IE6 (Win98SE and Win2K)
- IE7 (WinXP and Vista)
- Chrome 1.0 (WinXP)
- Firefox 3.08 (WinXP)
- Opera 9.64 (WinXP)
**Browsers seem to draw text and shapes a bit
differently from each other. There may be
unusual spacings or border widths in some
- updated Help file
v. 1 first release