ActiveComport Serial Port Toolkit Description
Adding serial communications capabilities to an application is never a simple matter. It requires specialized knowledge that might be outside an individual programmer's expertise. For years, VBScript, Visual Basic and Visual C++ developers have relied upon The Power, flexibility and reliability of the ActiveComport serial communications control from ActiveXperts Software.
ActiveComport is a COM component, providing an easy-to-use scripting interface for serial, asynchronous communications through a serial port. ActiveComport can control modems, ISDN modems, USB serial devices and other devices and machines that have a serial interface.
Use ActiveComport for different purposes:
To control manufacturing machines via the serial port;
To configure network devices (like print-servers, routers) via the serial port;
To control a modem, connected to the serial/USB port or Bluetooth;
To Send SMS messages to a mobile telephone using a GSM SmartPhone/Modem connected to the PC (serial/USB port or Bluetooth);
To transfer files through a null modem cable;
Any other scenario where serial communications is involved.
ActiveComport features the following:
Direct COM ports supported (like 'COM2');
Windows Telephony Devices supported (like 'Standard 9600 bps Modem');
Support for RS-232, RS422 and RS485;
Up to 256 ports opened simultaneously;
Thread-safe to allow The ToolKit in multi-threading environments (multi-threading samples included);
Support for Hayes compatible modems, connected via a serial port, USB or Bluetooth;
Support for GSM/GPRS modems (serial port, USB or Bluetooth);
Support for Virtual COM ports (i.e. COM ports redirected through the network);
Hardware flow control (RTS/CTS, DTR/DSR);
Software flow control (XON/XOFF);
Support for any baudrate;
ActiveComport Serial Port Toolkit Screenshots
Screenshots are not available currently.
What's New in ActiveComport Serial Port Toolkit 3.1
Release notes are not available currently.
ActiveComport Serial Port Toolkit Requirements
No additional system requirements.