Logging and capturing data from Denver Instrument Scale

This data is being extracted with help of the "Advanced Serial Data Logger" software only. It may not applicable for other software titles.

DescriptionData typeColumn name
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The Denver Balances typically use the following RS232 communication parameters:

Baud Rate: 9600
Data Bits: 8
Parity: None
Stop Bits: 1
Flow Control: None

These settings are used to ensure proper communication between the balance and any connected devices. If you encounter any issues or if these parameters do not seem to work, refer to the user manual for your specific model or consult with Denver Instrument support for further assistance.

How to configure the logger for the Denver Instrument Scale.

1. Download and install the "Scale data parser" module.
2. Create or modify existing configuration.
3. Go to the "Modules - Query Parse Filter" page
4. Select the corresponding parser module.

The parser for Denver Instrument Scale

Denver Instrument Scale (unipsarser.dll)

Denver Instrument Scale (unipsarser.dll)

The communication setting

Note: Your COM port settings above should match the RS232 settings on the scale.

How to write data from the Denver Instrument Scale to a database.

Please, visit our tutorials section for examples.

How to capture data from USB scale or balance?

Usually the scale vendor provides a driver that can create a virtual COM port for the usb scale. Our serial data logger fully supposts virtual COM ports.

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