Slip21 gets Digi International wireless XBee End Device sampling data from XBee Coordinator connected to USB or COM port. XBee has cyclic period mode for End Device. Slip21 always waits the data. Slip21 edits the binary API packets and shows them by hex decimal expression. Slip21 works for Windows XP later. Slip21 needs .NET Framework 4 or later, while Windows Vista later has included .NET Framework already. You can download it from Microsoft. If your PC is Windows XP, select Framework 4. Although Microsoft announces that Framework 4 needs 1GHz 512MB, I could install it in 400MHz 384MB PC. And the PC works Slip21 all day long.
What's new in this version:
- Change the date and time display in list that LibreOffice recognizes
- Bottom data displays in the status bar the same way as above
- Cut down reading the working file again while changing recording period
- New Slip21-Device.txt file to handle 4 XBees at the same time
- Change the averaging temperature into max and min temperature within 24 hours
- Stop working MCU program