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Hardware Serial Monitor - Model HSM-RS232

What does the Hardware Serial Monitor do?
It records RS232 data flowing through a serial cable, on a small plug-in hardware device.

How do I record the RS232 data?
Plug the serial cable into the device, and plug the device into the computer.

How to I find out the baud rate that a device is communicating at?
An excellent utility, Portmon, is available from www.sysinternals.com. Portmon sits in the background, listening quietly to serial communications. See here how to use Portmon to set the options in the HSM-RS232 recording software.

How do I retrieve the RS232 data?
Use the supplied Windows™ software to retrieve the recorded RS232 information.

Can I use a DB9 serial cable instead of a DB25 serial cable?
Yes. The product can be used with a DB9 serial cable. If requested, a set of DB9 to DB25 serial adaptors can be supplied.

Where does the Hardware Serial Monitor device get its power from?
This comes directly from the power available on the serial lines. The device requires no external power to operate.

What does the device look like?
See a photo on this page.

Do I need a password to retrieve the RS232 data?
In this version of the software, the password is pre-set to a 128-bit private key. You do not have to enter a password; the Windows software already knows it. In the next version, the 128-bit private key will be user definable.

 

Hardware V.24 and X.25 Monitor - Model HSM-V.24-X.25

What does the Hardware V.24 and X.25 Monitor do?
It records and stores up to 2 megabytes of V.24, X.25, HDLC and SDLC communications data flowing between a computer and a synchronous modem, on a small plug-in hardware device.

How do I record the data?
Plug the device in series where you want the device to capture data. Any data flowing through the device (e.g. X.25) will be recorded (up to 2 megabytes).

How do I retrieve the V.24 and X.25 data?
Use the supplied Windows™ software to retrieve the recorded information.

Where does the Hardware V.24 and X.25 Monitor device get its power from?
This comes directly from the power available on the data lines. The device requires no external power to operate.

What does the device look like?
See a photo on this page.

Do I need a password to retrieve the V.24 and X.25 data?
In this version of the software, the password is pre-set to a 128-bit private key. You do not have to enter a password; the Windows software already knows it. In the next version, the 128-bit private key will be user definable.

 

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