Serial Port Monitor

Serial Port Monitor 6

Monitor RS232/422/485 COM ports in network

Monitor Serial / COM ports over network

Serial Port Monitor is a professional application for RS232/422/485 COM ports monitoring. It monitors, displays, logs and analyzes all serial port activity in a system. It can effectively be used for monitoring serial data exchange between serial devices and any Windows application, debugging computer connection with peripheral devices using COM port - such as modem, mini-ATS, projector, etc, for solving problems with serial (RS232/422/485) data communication control networks and devices, for software and hardware testing and much more. It can monitor any software/hardware that works with a serial port, intercept and record all serial input/output control codes (IOCTLs), tracking their full details and parameters.

Serial Monitor offers advanced filtering and search, professional built-in terminal and data exporting options, user-friendly and flexible interface among its key advantages. It is a completely software solution, you don't need any additional hardware to use it.

This software can be used by anyone without any limitations and restrictions.

Serial Port Monitor

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Serial Port Monitor 6

— User reviews — about Serial Port Monitor

  • Drot389

    by Drot389

    "64-bit+virtual environment. Serial port is shareable!"

    Haven't found any alternatives for the 64-bit environment. This tool allows to work with virtual machine and this is re... More.

    reviewed on October 12, 2015

  • Hans Folkner

    by Hans Folkner

    "Helpful for everyday usage"

    Compairing to the closest competitors, this app is much more easier and stable. Filtering and search tools are really ... More.

    reviewed on October 5, 2015

  • Rocky Belts

    by Rocky Belts

    "Good solution for everyday monitoring of the serial port."

    As long as native Microsoft utility PortMon doesn't support 64-bit environment, I had to search for new solutions. well... More.

    reviewed on October 2, 2015