SECSII Data Analyzer for Semiconductor Industry – TriSniff

Real-time HSMS packet sniffing and displaying in SECSII message in different formats are the major features provided by the TriSniff. It also provides facility to store the sniffed packets in a real-time database for data analysis and for offline viewing. The user can retrieve messages from this database based on input criteria like stream, function, type, date and time.

  • SEMI SECSII message analyzing sofware.
  • TriSniff records SEECSII messages for future references.
  • Stores message content in a database.
  • Useful for performance analysis.
  • Helps to diagnose messages between factory host and equipment during development, integration and commissioning.
  • Simulates fab scenarios for trouble shooting your SECSII enabled tools.

Major features

  • Monitor SECSII messages passing between factory host and equipment.
  • Runs in a PC connected to Ethernet hub to which host and equipment are connected.
  • Can also run TriSniff at PC where host or equipment is connected.
  • Filter SECSII messages with flexible monitoring settings.
  • Color schemes to differentiate between various SECSII message types.
  • Customizable views to monitor SECSII messages in different formats (SML, Binary, and Hexadecimal).
  • Configurable message content, log file directory and SML log file size
  • Monitor processing errors, time-outs, link test and communication errors.
  • Open SDK to process and store SECSII messages in your own format.
  • Runs in Windows XP

Features
  • Supports SML and binary formats.
  • Color Schemes.
  • HSMS Event Listener.
  • Regular expression based Filters.
  • Packet Logging and Message.
  • Logging.
  • Data Warehousing.
  • Configuration Management.
Benefits
  • User can view HSMS message content in both SML and binary formats.
  • User can specify color schemes to differentiate between various types of SECSII messages. In that way it will be easy for the user to identify the messages he or she is interested in.
  • HSMS communication states and time-outs are listened and reported to the user.
  • User can filter the messages to be displayed by specifying filter strings representing regular expressions.
  • TriSniff logs the message in two levels.
    • The application layer logging (in this case SECSII messages in SML format).
    • TCP/IP packet logging representing HSMS.
  • TriSniff lets the user store the messages as SML files or in any form as user wishes with the help of SDK.
  • The user can create and save multiple configurations to run TriSniff and chose any of them as the current configuration.