SerialDispatch works as a Windows application that is intended to be an alternative to RealTerm. It allows you to use Serial ports for developing devices and instruments that need to interface with the computer.
SerialDispatch works on any Windows computer and has been tested on Windows XP/Vista/Win7/Win8.
To install just double click on the setup.exe file.
SerialDispatch Software Features:
SerialDispatch allows you to connect multiple serial devices like RS-232, Bluetooth, USB, LPT, COM, and pass them to your application. You can use it to control your test equipment and devices such as temperature sensors, lasers, microphones, potentiometers, optosensors, fluid levels, barcode readers and more.
SerialDispatch currently supports the following serial devices:
– RS-232 and RS-485 (may need to install the driver)
– BTUSB and BT 4.0
SerialDispatch comes in two editions, the Trial version which is very limited with few serial devices supported.
If you would like to use SerialDispatch in your project please consider purchasing the full license.
The trial version is not registered and you will not be able to transfer files between serial devices.
Any Windows computer and any version of Windows. This tool can run on both 32 and 64 bit computers.
SerialDispatch will need at least 4 MB of available RAM.
For installation, SerialDispatch can run as a stand alone program or as part of a larger application.
Using SerialDispatch to send data from a serial device to the computer:
The serial port must be connected before the setup.exe file. After that, SerialDispatch is installed and ready to use.
SerialDispatch connects to any serial device by default when you start the software.
To use SerialDispatch with a connected serial device:
– Select the serial port you want to use from the list.
– Set the serial parameters to the default value.
– If you have installed the serial port driver, start the application.
Once SerialDispatch is started, your serial devices are configured and ready to receive data.
You can view the list of devices connected and configure them for different tasks:
– Send the current values from the device to the computer
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SerialDispatch is a simple, cross-platform, command line tool that can be used to forward (or filter, or write to) serial ports from one computer to another using only simple Python.
Serial Dispatch Features:
Fully native support for Mac, Linux and Windows
Supports multiple serial connections simultaneously
Single serial connection can be connected to multiple ports at the same time
Connection and filtering can be directed to another port
Simple to use, easy to use
Supports Unix-like systems and Windows
All connection and logging parameters can be sent to a file
Support for filter rules on the serial ports
> SerialDispatch SerialPort1=Name1
> SerialDispatch SerialPort2=Name2 SerialPort3=Name3
> SerialDispatch SerialPort1=Name1 Port=Pin
> SerialDispatch SerialPort2=Name2 Port=Pin
Supported Serial Ports:
* Serial port 0 (Default)
* Serial port 1 (Crowbar Serial Port)
* Serial port 2 (Crowbar 9 port)
* Serial port 3 (D1/D2/D3)
* Serial port 4 (9 port)
* Serial port 5 (Zoglowy)
Serial Dispatch License:
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Multi-platform (Mac, Windows, Linux
SerialDispatch [Updated] 2022
Designed to work in multi-platform environments: Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.
It can handle multiple devices and ports without any of them being “locked” into a particular device.
It supports several serial protocols: “Unicode”, “Ansi” and “native”.
In addition to the built-in protocols, it also supports TCP and IP over a serial port via an outbound proxy.
SerialDispatch can be used for one of three purposes:
– It can easily be used to forward data to another serial port or a TCP or IP port.
– It can also be used as a command and control interface.
– It can be used for a simple file transfer service.
– A GUI tool with an easy to use and very powerful interface.
– A powerful embedded server.
– TCP and IP support.
– Logging and statistics for easy monitoring and troubleshooting.
– Simple GUI configuration.
– Completely generic (NOT for any specific protocol).
– Distributed system with multiple clients and a single server.
– High performance.
– Multiple port support, including simultaneous operation for multiple serial devices.
– Can optionally log all transmissions and have an alerting system for busy serial ports.
– Comprehensive FAQs and a knowledgebase.
SerialDispatch has been developed with these general goals:
1. That the user should never have to “reinvent the wheel” when it comes to using a device’s serial port.
2. That SerialDispatch should be the easiest to use and most powerful tool available for the task of serial port forwarding.
3. That SerialDispatch should be the simplest to use and most powerful serial port forwarding tool available for the task of serial port forwarding.
4. That SerialDispatch should support all of the standard serial protocols in existence today.
5. That SerialDispatch should be free.
To learn more about the basics, you can check out the FAQ or Tutorial.
On the following dates:
* 06/13/2010 – version 0.7.0 released (first stable release)
* 11/19/2010 – version 0.7.0 final released.
* 03/23/2011 – version 0.8.0 released with multiple port support
* 03/28/2011 – version 0.8.0 final released.
* 08/12/2011 – version 0.8.1 released.
* 10/13/2011 –
What’s New In SerialDispatch?
SerialDispatch is a small, simple, Python based tool specially designed to offer you a cross-platform Serial to TCP forwarding with multiple connection and logging support.
SerialDispatch is a new cross-platform Serial to TCP forwarding tool. It works without installing anything, directly from your browser.
You just need to download the SerialDispatch extension and point your browser to your serial port and the extension will take care of the rest.
SerialDispatch was designed to offer you a very simple, cross-platform and reliable way to forward Serial from one device to another.
SerialDispatch gives you all the ability to log the packets received/sent from/to a serial device through the Internet and all the different properties (such as baud rates, parity, line speeds, etc…) are automatically handled.
The extension also offers you a very easy to use and handy wizard to create a simple Serial to TCP forwarding rule.
SerialDispatch is designed to be as lightweight and simple as possible while still being cross-platform.
SerialDispatch requires one line of Python code to be added to your Python script which will handle the TCP forwarding.
SerialDispatch can be used with:
Serial to TCP forwarding: Just install SerialDispatch extension on your browser. Then you need to find a serial port on your computer and the browser will forward the packets to that port. It will connect to that port and display the sent and received packet information.
Serial to TCP forwarding with Logging: Just install SerialDispatch extension on your browser. Then you need to find a serial port on your computer and the browser will forward the packets to that port. It will connect to that port and display the sent and received packet information, but it will also log the packets received to a file in the user’s home directory. The file can be viewed later with any text editor.
Serial to TCP logging: Just install SerialDispatch extension on your browser. Then you need to find a serial port on your computer and the browser will forward the packets to that port. It will connect to that port and display the sent and received packet information, but it will also log the packets received to a file in the user’s home directory. The file can be viewed later with any text editor.
Serial to TCP connection forwarding: Just install SerialDispatch extension on your browser. Then you need to find a serial port on your computer and the browser will forward the packets to that port. It will connect to that port and display the sent and received packet information, but it will also connect to the port and forward all incoming connections to the connected port.
Serial to TCP connection logging: Just install SerialDispatch extension on your browser. Then you need to find a serial port on your computer and the browser will forward the packets to that port. It will connect to that port and display the sent and received packet information, but it will also connect to the port and forward all
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