With HartTools 7.6 there are essentially two points when it comes to an implementation under Linux. One is the realization of FrameAlyst with another graphic environment based on .NET 6.0 and is acceptable in both Linux and Windows. The second is that the real-time operations for the Hart protocol must be programmed under Windows and Linux within the given interfaces.
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A HART Master Implementation for Embedded Systems
The HART Master is delivered as source code. It is written in standard C++. As a result, it can be easily integrated into all conceivable operating systems that support
The HART Master firmware also runs without an operating system. In this case it only needs a timer interrupt and an interrupt for serial communication.
The Hart Master C++ 7.6 is scheduled to be delivered by April, 15 2024.
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HART Protocol Analyzer with Integrated Test Client running on Windows with .Net 4.7.2
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We are not developing hardware but offering consulting services for the design of the hardware.
We are supporting your embedded system project by developing software and firmware or parts of it, by managing software projects or simply providing help for the following topics:
Source Code Modules
For special tasks, we provide source code modules (SCMs) for your firmware or develop them for you. These modules are preferably coded in ISO C++14 standard and configured for Visual Studio 2019 or Visual Studio Code. The following embedded function units are currently planned:
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