VOVSOFT – Serial Port Monitor Crack With Registration Code [Win/Mac]

June 8, 2022 Off By Deriel

VOVSOFT – Serial Port Monitor is a COM port monitoring tool that can facilitate the exchange of data between your computer and connected serial devices. With its help, you can keep an eye on the data flow that goes through a COM port and test the available connections.
There are two flavors of this application: you can download both a standard installer edition and a portable tool. By choosing the latter, you get an install-free edition that you can use on the go: just double-click on the main executable file to have the application up and running.
Read and send data to a COM port periodically 
Working with VOVSOFT – Serial Port Monitor is a breeze, as there are no complicated settings to deal with and the majority of options are displayed within the main window. You start by selecting the COM port you want to connect and configure a few other parameters, such as the baud rate (bits per second), the parity, the number of data bits and stop bits.
Once connected to the selected COM port, you should be able to start sending data. VOVSOFT – Serial Port Monitor can send data as ASCII text and is capable of sending data periodically, at a specific time interval, which can be easily configured from the Options menu.  
VOVSOFT – Serial Port Monitor can also read incoming data via a selected COM port, displaying it within the main window. The text can be saved as a text file for later reference.
Control hardware flow via serial ports
Designed mostly for automation specialists, this application can be used for monitoring and controlling any hardware device compliant with the following protocols: RS-232, RS-485 or RS-422. It allows you to take control over the data flow that goes through a COM port. With its help, you can read data from RX and send data to TX pins.







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The installation is easy. After the installation is complete you can use this program without any problems

I’ve tried it on Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit and it is in the Win32-binary(x86)64-type


I’m using an el-cheapo usb multi-port serial adapter (which incidentally, can act as a network adapter too and even an audio adapter so it can double as a wifi dongle) and I get the same result.
I’ve tried a different usb serial converter and it has no problems.
This is a commonly used hardware form factor, so I doubt it’s a software problem. If you don’t have a good way of testing this (for example, it’s a USB to serial adaptor) you might get the best results using a virtual serial port and screen capture software – which should probably work on all operating systems.

If you want to do things like this yourself (I’d recommend against it though!), here’s an nRF24L01 USB dongle which can act as both a USB dongle and a WiFi dongle and can do both serial and network communications.


I just tried. It works for me: I can control the dongle directly. There was a lot of queuing, but I had 10 simultaneous connections all reporting correctly.
The laptop I was using was a MacBook Pro from 2009, using 10.6.8 and 10.10.4. The Adafruit USB-Serial Breakout is from 2016, with a different power supply, operating at 3.3 Volts.
I downloaded the Windows 10 app, and I could easily navigate menus and choose COM ports. However, I could not send the character 0x13 (start of a command, enough to drive the dongle). I was able to send other characters (such as the “P” character in the question) by pressing the “home” key.
Since the Adafruit app did not work, I tested with a different program called Putty. This program will allow you to send characters on the serial port, and get what they receive on the serial port. With this, I was able to send a 0x13 (I had to send the “P” character first to make sure it received it). And it worked.

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VOVSOFT – Serial Port Monitor is a Serial COM Port Monitor for analyzing, capturing, sending and receiving data to/from serial devices, such as serial modems or serial port circuits using baud rate 19200, 2400, 4800, 57600, 9600, 14400, 19200, 28800, 38400, 57600, 115200, or any of the rates listed in the menu bar.
VOVSOFT – Serial Port Monitor enables you to view real-time data flow and capture time-stamped data: it also enables to send data to any of the enabled serial ports, capture the data from a selected COM port or, as this monitoring software uses its own COM port, you can connect it to any COM port you like. 
The VOVSOFT – Serial Port Monitor user interface can be accessed from the Window menu, where you have options to:
Display real-time data sent to or received from a COM port
Select a COM port to connect to
Set the COM port settings
Capture data from a COM port (which you can later save as a log file)
Send data to a selected COM port
View serial device properties
The most important settings are located in the COM port configuration window: they include:
Baud rate
Data bits
Stop bits
All of the options can be configured from the COM port setup window, appearing when you select a COM port and click the Properties button. 
VOVSOFT – Serial Port Monitor can be used to display the raw data that goes through a selected COM port: it is the perfect tool for debugging and monitoring data flow through your hardware devices.
With VOVSOFT – Serial Port Monitor, you can view the received characters from any COM port you connect and can copy them to the clipboard for safe saving. As the real-time information window for sending data shows the status of the selected port, you can do away with unnecessary tests. 
VOVSOFT – Serial Port Monitor enables you to send data from the clipboard contents and the Application Clipboard to any of the selected serial ports. You can use this tool for automated testing and debugging as well.
Built-in logging interface
VOVSOFT – Serial Port Monitor has a logging module that allows you to save data to the text file for later use. There are three types of data files that you can save: log, trace and a snapshot.
Log is the default file

System Requirements For VOVSOFT – Serial Port Monitor:

Hard Disk: 250 MB
Memory: 2 GB
Processor: AMD FX series processor or Intel Core i3/5/7 series processor (excluding K processors and dual-core processors with hyperthreading)
GPU: NVIDIA Geforce GTX 660 or greater, AMD Radeon HD 7850 or greater
Software: Windows 7/8/8.1/10
Graphics adapter – with 1 GB or more
Windows Media Player – with 1 GB or more
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