SeriCon is a free software by SoftBattery and works on Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows 2012.
You can download SeriCon which is 572.61 KB in size and belongs to the software category Misc. Networking Tools. SeriCon was released on 2011-04-30 and last updated on our database on 2017-03-01 and is currently at version 2.8.
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SeriCon is a universal serial (COM) port control program that allows you to easily send, receive and monitor various kinds of data to and from your hardware.
It frees your hardwares MCU from number conversion codes for serial communication, and also can be used as a pulse counter, generator or a timer, using control bits.System requirementsCPU: Intel 80486 or higher
Limitations in the unregistered versionThe canvas size is bounded by 300x200. If a larger canvas is requested to be created by the target, the intersection of 300x200 and the requested size will be used to create.
A new tool can be requested to be created only once since the port got open. If one tool is requested to be created, the next request will be refused and will make SeriCon delete the canvas, stop processing the Rx data and display only a warning message until you close the port, whether the two requested tools are of the same kind (one of brush, pen and font) or not.
If Rx receives a number value other than the followings in the function packets for number-conversion, SeriCon will delete the canvas, stop processing the Rx data and display only a warning message until you close the port: All the 1-byte numbers, 2-byte numbers 32767 and -32767, 4-byte numbers 2147483647 and -2147483647, and 8-byte numbers 1.7e308 and -1.7e308. Therefore function packets for conversion of numbers longer than 1-byte are not practical and just for evaluation.
The actions for events cannot be modified for actual applications. But, it is allowed to test any action before closing the option dialog box for an event-action. If an option file with modified actions (created under the full license by other user, for example) is loaded, SeriCon will replace them by the default action.
The output automations are restricted as follows. Each N is confined to the range 1 ~ 60. Each t as well as T is limited to 2000 ms. Each nL as well as each nH is limited to 3. If an option file with values out of these ranges (created under the full license by other user, for example) is loaded, SeriCon will replace them by the nearest boundary values of ranges.
Only 1, 50 and 2000 ms are valid periods of Auto-Stepping.
Each of the 3 input control-bit display windows shows no text but a warning message if the count of level changes exceeds 60.