Classic BetaBrite® Software
Industrologic has extensive experience interfacing the Classic BetaBrite® display to
a number of its products and writing software to display messages on the display.
Software that is specific to one of our products can be found on that product's software page.
The Classic BetaBrite® comes from the manufacturer complete with Windows messaging software that allows you to
use one of the serial ports on the computer to send messages to the BetaBrite®. Industrologic has
also written not only its own messaging software, but also application and utility programs that allow the
BetaBrite® to be used for an even wider range of applications.
The following software is included on the distribution disk shipped with a Classic BetaBrite® display
when purchased from Industrologic and is available for download here:
- README.TXT, description of all display files
- BETAMSG.EXE, Win32 based easy to use messaging program
- BETACOM.EXE, Win32 based command line to message display program
- BETAMES.EXE, DOS/Windows program to display simple messages
- BETAMES.BAS, QBasic/GWBASIC source code of this program
- BETABRI.EXE, DOS/Windows message demo program
- BETABRI.BAS, QBasic/GWBASIC source code of this program
- BETATIME.EXE, DOS/Windows time display demo program
- BETATIME.BAS, QBasic/GWBASIC source code of this program
- PORTFINDER.EXE, a Win32 program that finds and
identifies the serial, parallel, and USB to serial converter ports on the computer
- HTTP232.EXE, a Win32 web server program that can
be used to to operate devices over a network
- SCHED232.EXE, a self-contained Win32 serial port
command scheduler program used to send messages to devices
- SENDCOM.EXE, a Win32 program that can be run from the
Windows Task Scheduler to send messages to devices at specific times
- TERM232.EXE, a full-featured Win32 terminal emulation program
with program development, data monitoring, and troubleshooting functions
"BetaBrite" is a registered trademark of Adaptive Micro Systems, LLC.
Programming the BetaBrite® Classic LED electronic sign,
an article written by our staff for in Nuts and Volts magazine.