PC link software
(For LE-3500XR/2500XR/



LE-PC300R is a Windows® software which allows you to remotely control the protocol analyzer from your PC and utilize the analyzer measurement data on your PC. You can also read the measurement log file of the communication analyzer sent by e-mail or USB flash memory and analyze it on a PC or convert it to text/CSV format.

Applicable analyzers: LE-3500XR, LE-2500XR, LE-3500R, LE-2500R, LE-1500R, LE-110SA, LE-120SA, LE-3500, LE-2500, LE-1500

  • Multiple analyzers can be controlled at the same time.
  • Easy operation of key emulation
  • Communication log can be continuously saved up to 256Gbyte by the remote monitor function.
  • Various kinds of display depending on the protocols such as SDLC, X.25, PPP, and MODBUS
  • Collective conversion into Text format/CSV format
  • Automatic switching of Japanese/English

"LE-PC300R (light edition)" which has some limitations can be downloaded free of charge.

Supports multi-link and remote measurement via USB connection, Wi-Fi connection, etc.

Depending on the communication analyzer to be connected, USB connection, Wi-Fi connection, COM port connection, wired LAN connection via LAN ⇔ serial converter can be used. You can remotely control multiple analyzers by linking them from a PC at the same time and execute measurement.

Connection setting

Wi-Fi connection is available via an access point or by direct connection.

It also supports display of measurement data in the memory card and data conversion.

[ In addition to the real-time data transfer, copying by external memories is also available. ]

< Multiple display example >

Emulates the operation of the analyzer on the personal computer

A key emulation function is provided to reproduce the familiar analyzer display and operation on a PC. It also supports tap operation of a communication analyzer with a touch panel, allowing remote control as if operating the analyzer directly from a PC.

[ Key emulation display example ]

Remote monitor function

The remote monitor function captures the log data from operating analyzer and records it on its hard disk or SSD, and at the same time it displays the data on the PC's screen. Depending on the purpose of use and the capacity of the storage, you can specify the size of each log file by "Block size" and the maximum number of log files by "Maximum block count". When you want to stop the logging automatically at the specified capacity you can use fixed buffer mode, and when you want to log the data continuously keeping its latest log data you can use the ring buffer mode.

Block size 1M/2M/4M/8M/16M/32M/64M/128M bytes
Maximum number of blocks 2 to 2048

* If you specify to save 2048 measurement log files of 128 Mbytes, the free space of the PC storage must be 256Gbytes or more.
* Saved with a file name of 8 digits in the order of recording, such as 100000000.DT,00000001.DT,00000002.DT,.... This measurement log file can be read and used by this software and analyzer.

Synchronizes the configuration with the analyzer

The configuration and the analyzer setting set on the PC software can be synchronized with that of the analyzer in remotely connected.

Communication setting

Record setting

Simulation setting

Large screen and various kinds of display

Raw data display, Protocol translation display, Logic analyzer wave display are available and switchable.

ASYNC normal display

ASYNC frame display

PPP translation display

HDLC translation display

Modbus translation display

I2C normal display

I2C frame display

SPI normal display

SPI frame display

Logic analyzer display mode

BERT mesurement mode

Collective conversion of measured data into Text format/CSV format

You can collectively convert the measured data which is taken by remote monitoring or stored in the memory card attached to the analyzer into text file or CSV file.

You can convert the data in the memory card attached to the analyzer into a text file or CSV file.

Text conversion setting

CSV conversion example of BERT

Automatic switching of Japanese/English

Language automatically switches depending on the language of Windows® OS (Japanese or English). This facilitates introduction of the software to development bases outside Japan.