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Since you are dealing with a dot Net application, this will be super easy. As dot Net application are 'compiled' using an Intermediate Language (IL), you may be able to recover something very close to the original source code. If the binary is not obfuscated/protected, you just have to open-up your application in a .NET editor. DnSpy is the one that I find ...


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So I managed to work it out... most importantly I needed to view it in ASCII as suggested in the comments. Turns out the samples I shared didn't contain examples of the 500+ mA readings like I expected after all. At any rate, it turns out that given the format.... :024IXXXX;YYYY ... then XXXX converted from hex to decimal + YYYY converted from hex to ...


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