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Please visit our Upgrade history section on this website for full details related to the software version history for all released software.

If you are using our AntiTermPro (V3.3b or less) or AntiLogReader (V8.0 or less) support applications, please upgrade to the latest releases here as these older versions will not work with the new file system built into the latest V9.x AntiLog and AntiLogPro software.
Product and website updates
24th Oct 2021
The AntiTermPro V4.1c maintenance update is now available for download. A highly recommended upgrade if you have not already upgraded to the V4 release.
15th Apr 2021
V9.0c of the AntiLog and AntiLogPro embedded software released. This maintenance release is an important upgrade for all AntiLog and AntiLogPro units currently running V9.0 or V9.0b of the software. This version corrects an issue introduced in V9 which could prevent proper closure of the current log file if incoming data streams were still active during shutdown.
7th Mar 2021
Added an introduction to RS232 page to the website.
2nd Mar 2021
V9.0 of the AntiLog and AntiLogPro embedded software released. This version introduces a new, even faster media file system and significant speed improvements across the whole product. For example, AntiLogPro units can now log two channels of full rate data at 921,600 baud simultaneously. Compatibility with two additional environment sensors has been added.
24th Jan 2021
AntiTermPro V4.1 released. A highly recommended upgrade if you have not already upgraded to V4.0 as earlier versions of AntiTermPro will not work properly with the new AntiLog and AntiLogPro V9.0 embedded software release.
13th Jan 2021
Added a new web page containing an RS232 serial port terminal application which uses the new experimental Web Serial API built into most modern web browsers (e.g. Microsoft Edge and Google Chrome). This means serial port access to the AntiLog menu system is now possible without installing any software, you can simply use your web browser!

(For comprehensive serial port operation and product support, please download and install our full featured PC AntiTermPro application.)
1st Dec 2020
AntiLogReader V9.0 released and is now available in 32 bit (Microsoft Windows XP and later) and 64 bit (Microsoft Windows 7 and later) builds for the PC. Full support included for the new AntiLog and AntiLogPro V9 file system.
28th Nov 2020
AntiTermPro V4.0 released. Full support for the new V9 file system introduced in the latest AntiLog and AntiLogPro V9.0 software.
07th Oct 2020
AntiTermPro V3.3 released (currently at 3.3b). New one click access to a dynamic online web page containing all product user guide links relating to the currently connected product and any installed option packs.
25th Jul 2020
V8.1 (currently V8.1b) is now available for AntiLog and AntiLogPro units. AntiLogPro OEM units can now display or log readings from selected externally connected environment sensors. This new feature allows local monitoring and recording of temperature, humidity and atmospheric pressure whilst simultaneously recording up to two channels of RS232 data.
25th June 2020
Website is now more mobile phone display friendly.

Current software release versions

Build Date Ver Software
15th Apr 2021 9.0c AntiLog dual channel embedded software release.
15th Apr 2021 9.0c AntiLogPro dual channel embedded software release.
24th Oct 2021 4.1c AntiTermPro. A PC based RS232 serial port terminal application designed to support the full range of AntiLog and AntiLogPro products and capabilities. Program can download recorded data from connected units or directly from their media cards. It can perform AntiLog product upgrades via the internet and has data visualisation and multiple unit support built in.
1st Dec 2020 9.0 AntiLogReader. A PC command line utility to extract recorded data directly from AntiLog and AntiLogPro units via a serial port connection or direct from their media cards.

(c) Anticyclone Systems Ltd, 2021 Updated: 28-Nov-2021