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Simple Data Collection From Teracam TCW122B-CM

Simple Data Collection From Teracam TCW122B-CM

Simple Data Collection From Teracam TCW122B-CM

Hi All, New to having try and source a program for the application I need, but maybe someone can point me in the right direction.

I have a Teracom TCW122B-CM, it's a small unit with 2 Digital Inputs, 2 Analogue Inputs, and Inputs for 1 wire Temperature & Humidity Sensor's, it works on SNMP V1.0, and handles data in XML format.

All I want to do is log the voltage on one of the analogue inputs, and the temperature from the temp sensor, once every fifteen minutes, and log the values to a csv file, with perhaps the time as well.

I have used ireasoning with the MIB file from Teracom so know the OID's, and a simple "Get" with both OID's selected returns the corresct result.

I spent most of yesterday afternoon and evening searching Google for a piece of software that could be configured to do what I need, but couldn't find anything that seemed suitable, there was plenty of stuff for monitoring large networks or setting snmp traps, but nothing that seemed to do the small task I need.

Any help or advice would be much appreciated.

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