Port Terminal lets you connect to serial port device or to remote computer using null-modem cable or LAN, send and receive various types of data (ASCII string, binary, octal and hexadecimal), redirect input/output data streams into a specified file.
Version: 5.0The main purpose of Eltima Serial Port Terminal is to establish connection to serial port and send/receive various types of data down the serial line. Eltima Serial Port Terminal is a session-based, multi-purpose application that provides simple communication interface to connect to any serial port device (modem/fax/GPS/mouse/printer and so on).
License: Free To Try $39.95
Operating System: Windows
Eltima Serial Port Terminal allows you to open as many serial ports as you like (including virtual serial ports); dynamically change serial port settings without necessity to close and reopen current port; adjust baudrate, databits, parity, stop bits, flow control parameters; save all received bytes into a file for later analysis and lots more. Being a session-based, Eltima Serial Port Terminal allows creation of options set and saving them under individual session names for different hosts.
Unlike other terminals you may not only send, but also receive and view data in hexadecimal format, switch between dump and terminal view modes, etc, which could be very useful for debugging and testing serial port connections.
Version 5.0: - Added: Ability to save ASCII file into various formats (plain text, hexadecimal text and hex HTML file formats) - Added: "Export to" option to "Dump View" context menu to save communication session - Added: "Beep on 0x07 char" checkbox into "Preferences" to enable/disable PC speaker on receiving specific characters - Improved: "Preferences" dialog is re-designed to improve options layout and design - Fixed: X-modem protocol transmission issues - Fixed: Data transmission in String mode problems - Fixed: Minor bugs in program interface