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Yokogawa Temperature Controller Communication Interface.

Yokogawa Temperature Controller Communication Interface.

Yokogawa Temperature Controller Communication Interface.

Hi all, I need your help for information.
Currently I have a DOS base communication interface with Yokogawa UT37 temperature controller, using C++ programming language.
My question is, I had search for this kind of communication interface for Windows NT 4 base, but still cannot get it. Do I need any driver or library to install into Windows NT 4 for communication interface?? I found that DOS base communication interface are using RS485 COM Port, but i also found that the program had include moxa-cl.obj library file. It make me confuse to continue to modified from the DOS base program to Windows base program.  Please advice me if you know any method of writing a source code for this temperature controller communication interface.
P/S: I am using Visual C++ 5.0 to write the program. Thanks.

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