What’s New with LinkComm Software?

LinkComm is a communicator and configuration app, for use with SUTRON dataloggers, which allows you to view measurement data, configure settings, download data logs, and graphs, and perform diagnostics all remotely from your computer or smart device.

 

Over the past few years, LinkComm software has received numerous updates to support new products, add new features, and enhance existing capabilities. The major highlights include:

Full integration with SUTRON XLink 100/500 Logging Transmitter
Full integration with SUTRON Satlink 3 Lite Logging Transmitter
Support for Python scripts, including General Purpose Variables
Support for HTTPS and FTPS communications
Support for trusted (“whitelisted”) IP addresses
Stylus pen support for Windows tablets
Improved telemetry configuration
Improved dashboard layout
Improved popup menus on iOS
Improved translations
Simplified display and selection of local time offset (“hh:mm” rather than total minutes)

View the full breakdown of how these new features benefit you in our free PDF, to ensure you’re taking advantage of all the latest features.

 

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