This is the version 22.214.171.124 release of the NefMoto software.
Changes in this version:
-Fast data logging that works the same way as the ME7 Logger.
-User interface optimizations and improvements for data logging.
-Option to choose between three different data logging methods.
-Bug fix for negotiating communication timings that caused errors on overly picky ECUs.
Fast data logging can read up to 84 variables at a time with samples rates as high as 50 samples per second. The sample rate defaults to 10 samples per second. High sample rates can overload the ECU and cause communication disconnections. This same problem effects the ME7 Logger when attempting to read too many variables with sample rates that are too high. I recommend only logging the variables you are interested in at sample rate you need. The data logging method that this software and ME7 Logger use are non-standard and as such are able to overload the ECU if used irresponsibly.
Aside from the new fast data logging, there are two other methods for data logging in the NefMoto software. The other two methods read variables from the ECU using the standard OEM KWP2000 protocol. One of the methods reads one variable with each ECU message, and the other reads all the variables in a block of contiguous memory with each ECU message. All three methods depend on having variable definitions that specify the memory addresses of the variables in your particular ECU.
You can read about the software on the wiki: http://www.nefariousmotorsports.com/wiki/index.php/NefMoto_ECU_Flashing_Software