Serial Port Control is an easy-to-use SDK created to simplify serial port communication tasks in your projects.
Serial Port Control allows you to overcome the complexity of the Win32 Serial Communications API. It takes a few seconds to setup and you will get full control over your serial ports with just a few lines of code.
Examples, complete documentation and friendly API make Serial Port Control simple to use even for a novice programmer.
Drop a Serial Port Control on a form in any development environment and compare this to writing thousands of lines of code.
Simplify your coding! From now on you don't have to check what really happens again and again. You can write a simple, clear event handler for each event you want to service instead.
Serial Port Control enumerates all serial ports known to Microsoft Windows (multi-port boards, ports on devices attached to USB, IrDA, Bluetooth, Firewire or any virtual ports).
Using Developer API, your application can make any Serial Port Control configuration change that you could make manually in the Serial Port Control GUI.
Developer API is available in the following forms:
Serial Port Control is useful for different purposes:
With Serial Port Control your software can communicate with laboratory instruments, navigational devices, medical equipment, modems, USB serial devices and other serial devices and machines in minutes.
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I've modified my software to be able to manage the serial port operation with Port Series Control. This allows me to operate up to 255 ports. It also solves the lost of control of the ports.
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