TMservice is a resident service of the Windows operating system. It monitors temperature measured by connected thermometers. It sends an e-mail or a network courier service message etc. whenever the predefined limits are exceeded.
TMservice is a resident service monitoring the temperature measured by a TM or TMU sensor connected to a local COM or USB port. It is possible to send an e-mail to a predefined address and/or a message by the Windows network courier service when the predefined limits of the temperature value are exceeded. It is also possible to store the measured values into a file on the local drive.
There is a utility for easy installation and administration of the service. This utility is free of charge as well as the service itself. (All settings are stored in a XML format file.)
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="windows-1250"?> <config> <SMTP address="mail.server.com" from="TM@server.com"/> <TM comport="1" caption="TM on COM1"> <save directory="C:\TM\Data\" interval="1"/> <save directory="C:\TM\Data\" interval="1" type="TXT" filename="temperature" extension="txt" rewrite="1"> <!-- A new line will be added to the text file in the preconfigured interval in format [Date] [time] [value], or according to user defined line (example below). Function between percentage characters is a way for custom formating: %DATETIME(YYYY.MM.DD HH:NN:SS)% - formats current time %VALUE% - substitutes current measured-out value %#9% - if a command starts with # it will be added as a character corresponding with the code number from ASCII table --> <![CDATA[%DATETIME(YYYY.MM.DD HH:NN:SS)%%#9%%VALUE%]]> </save> <condition> <email address="email@example.com"/> <netmessage address="localhost" from="myself" repeatinterval="2"/> <min value="30"><![CDATA[Temperature has dropped below the minimal limit %value% (%conditionvalue%)!]]></min> <max value="40"><![CDATA[Temperature has risen above the maximum limit %value% (%conditionvalue%)!]]></max> <normal><![CDATA[Temperature is stabilised for now!]]></normal> <error><![CDATA[TM sensor error, check the connection!]]></error> </condition> </TM> </config>