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Serial Port Monitor ver.4.0.2.274

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Serial Port Monitor ver.4.0.2.274

Serial Port Monitor ver.4.0.2.274 | 4,95 MB

Serial Port Monitor is a professional application for RS232/422/485 COM ports monitoring. It monitors, displays, logs and analyzes all serial port activity in a system. Serial Port Monitor is a powerful system utility for exploring the way OS works, monitoring how applications use ports, for tracking down problems in system or application configurations and processes. Advanced filtering, built-in search, professional send dialog (built-in terminal) and data exporting options build up a rich feature-list, which along with a user-friendly and flexible interface become its key advantages. Serial Port Monitor gives maximum functionality for advanced users of serial ports..

Serial Port Monitor can be used for:

* monitoring serial data exchange between serial devices and any Windows application
* debugging computer connection with peripheral devices using COM port, such as modem, mini-ATS, projector, etc
* solving problems with serial (RS232/422/485) data communication control networks and devices
* implementing, debugging and reverse-engineering serial protocol
* sending and capturing binary, ASCII and HEX data passing via serial connections
* convenient interaction with any equipment over RS232/RS422/RS485 interface
* serial devices drivers development
* development of hardware with serial interfaces
* software and hardware testing

Serial Port Monitor can be successfully used by:

* programmers and beta-testers
* quality-control engineers
* peripheral software developers
* OEM development and test engineers
* system integrators
* field service and maintenance engineers
* industrial control and SCADA design engineers

What's new:

* Serial Port Monitor is completely compatible with Windows Vista
* Now you can send files and automatically loop commands execution by sending directly from the new completely refreshed Send dialog
* Added: aliases - pre-defined sequence of commands assigned to a short name for faster execution