Hello! We require a piece of software to be converted from a Win32 environment to run on a specific WinCE platform. The application is an RS232 serial data port logger, the original source code is attached, also available bundled with the executable at [url removed, login to view]
The application we require is a stripped down command line version for a 'headless' embedded device, the Moxa W406 RISC based computer ([url removed, login to view]). W406 device SDK for Visual Studio is available at [url removed, login to view];prod_id=139&type_id=6. The application should be as lightweight but as stable as possible and allow multiple serial channels to be written to individual text files per channel on the onboard SD card (or suitable USB drive). Incoming RS232 data is a mainly ASCII but the software should support logging of binary data as well. The program should be able to deal with incoming updates between [url removed, login to view] to 5Hz.
There should also be some provision for controlling how the file sizes are regulated and named.
The 2 W406 onboard com ports are intended to be spare, the ports we will be using are from 2 x NPort IA5450 (http://www.moxa.com/product/NPort_IA5000A_Series.htm) serial server units providing 8 ports, plus the 2 onboard the W406 giving a total of 10 potentially usable ports. This will be networked directly to the W406. WinCE 6.0 drivers are available from Moxa to run the IA5450 administration program:
The device will be run in 'RealCOM' mode. As per the original software the baud rates and other serial line settings should be changeable in the WinCE version.
The W406 device supports the following environments:
.NET Framework 2.0 (SP2)
C Libaries and run-times
Component Serives (COM)
Active Template Library
NPort devices can be configured using the Moxa Device Manager Agent and Gateway with mass configuration function in CE(IA26X and W406).
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You could use Embedded Visual C++ for recompiling this source code into Embdedded Windows CE environment. Use the combination eVC and Windows CE 5.0 SDK as well.
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