In the past two decades, legacy serial communication protocols such as Modbus have merged rapidly with modern TCP/IP communication, yielding benefits including widely available infrastructures and greater distance, reliability, and speed. The Serial-TCP program bridges your existing Serial COM port and TCP/IP without the need for changing existing protocol. It works seemlessly and transparently, just like a pair of passive RS-232/RS-485/RS-422 repeaters, while the difference is that one requires installation of cables and converters with limited distance; and the other simply makes use of the existing computers and networks and a transmission distance that has no limit.
The applications of the Serial-TCP program include extending serial (RS-232, RS-485, RS-422, and TTL, etc.) communication distance via TCP/IP; expanding the capability of your existing TCP/IP control software; and analyzing TCP/IP and COM network with the built-in "Ping", "Resolve IP Address/Host Name", "COM Port State LEDs", and "Data Logging" tools and features. The Serial-TCP program is also very helpful when you are developing your own TCP/COM control software. The Serial-TCP supports all major Windows OS, including Windows 8, 7, Vista, and XP, both 32 and 64 bits.
This software is not reviewed yet.
RS232 serial Monitor Protocol Analyzer Terminal Software, Data COM port Tester Sniffer Debugger, Monitor RS232/RS485/RS422/TTL data communications with direction indication, Windows XP/Vista supported.