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Serial Port Monitor is a professional application
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. It can effectively 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, for solving problems with serial (RS232/422/485) data communication control networks and devices, for software and hardware testing and much more. It can monitor any software/hardware that works with a serial port, intercept and record all serial input/output control codes (IOCTLs), tracking their full details and parameters. Serial Port Monitor supports all COM-port types: standard on-board ports, extension board ports, SERIAL-via-USB adapters. 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. It provides advanced serial port monitoring functionality for data transmission, incoming and outgoing data streams logging and real time data capture. Convenient monitoring sessions’ management – logging, saving, loading, importing and exporting. Serial Port Monitor will automatically append all monitored data to a file in real-time. It also features visualization of control lines status and various monitoring visualizers: table view, line view, dump view, terminal view. Advanced filtering, search and representation capabilities build a rich features list, which along with a user-friendly interface become its key advantages. Serial Port Monitor delivers maximum functionality for everyone who needs real power to deal with ports.
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