Virtual Serial Port Kit allows creating a pair of virtual serial ports connected with virtual null-modem cable. The software provides null-modem connection between two serial communications applications. Communications software interacts with each other via virtual COM-ports in the same way as via hardware COM-ports connected with null-modem cables.
All data written to one virtual COM port will be immediately read from another COM port and vice versa.
Virtual Serial Port Kit creates a pair of virtual COM-ports connected with a null-modem cable. Virtual serial ports will appear in the list of devices on your computer and will behave as hardware serial ports.
As soon as one serial application opens one virtual COM port and the other application opens the second virtual COM-port, the connection between two serial applications will be establish. Now serial data can be transmitted over virtual COM ports.
Virtual COM-ports fully emulate internals of hardware COM-ports. Serial applications accept virtual COM-ports as if they were hardware.
Virtual Serial Port Kit is launched at the system startup before a user's login. Virtual COM-ports are automatically created and stay available even after the system reboot.
There are serial application A and serial application B on the computer. You need to establish bidirectional connection and data transmission between these serial applications. Virtual Serial Port Kit creates virtual serial ports COM2 and COM3. The virtual COM-ports are connected with a null-modem cable and appear in the system as usual hardware COM ports.
The application A occupies COM2 and application B occupies COM3. As soon as the applications open COM2 and COM3, two-way data exchange will be established.
Virtual Serial Port Kit is available as OEM. The program can be integrated into your software. Developer API allows configuring and controlling Virtual Serial Port Kit in your software.
Windows 8 Ready
Virtual Serial Port Kit is fully compatible with Windows 8™.
"...tried three shareware programs. One worked fine with Hyperterminal, but not with the two our programs. The other was too complex, too expensive, and offered features we didn't need. But Virtual Serial Port Kit satisfied our needs completely."
OS: Windows, WinCE
Did you know?
Virtual serial ports look and work like real hardware ports.
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