mdFluke 1.0.2.7 (2018-03-08)

mdFluke is a simple and small piece of windows software to view and log data from a Fluke (bench) multimeter.
It was actually a spin-off when replacing the DE-9 connector on my Fluke 45 with a micro USB port:

 
mdFluke Features
- Simple display showing dual display values and units
- Resizable window from very small to very big
- Auto connect trying all (virtual) serial ports to detect a Fluke
- Automatically start logging to csv and textfile
 
Download mdFluke.7z
(mdFluke is currently only tested with a Fluke 45 connected to Windows 7 and Windows 10 x64)
 
Installation
mdFluke itself doesn't require any installation but it does have 2 prerequisites:
- The unit_a3 font
 Install unit.ttf by double clicking and press install
- You might need to install Microsoft .Net 4.6.1
 If asked, download & install here
 
Usage
Select RS-232 print-only mode on the Fluke (See page 5-3 in the Fluke manual):
- Press '2ND', then press 'MN MX'(ADDR)
- Press 'Up' or 'Down' to select a print rate, then press 'AUTO'

Just start mdFluke.exe
It checks any com-port for a Fluke (only tested my Fluke 45) and connects automatically
To force the use of one specific com-port use a command-line parameter like mdFluke.exe -com9
Two logfiles are automatically created in the current directory (you can set in a shortcut)
- mdFluke_yyyymmdd-hhmmss.csv
- mdFluke_yyyymmdd-hhmmss.log
 
Feedback
I really like to receive feedback on usability, issues or improvements
Are you happy with it? Does it work for you or not?
Please let me know if it also works with other meters or systems