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SerialTool
SerialTool
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SerialTool free download for Mac

SerialTool

Version 0.9.0

Serial Port Software for Mac OS.

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SerialTool overview

SerialTool is the result of years of development and implementation of functionalities in the use of the COM port.

Many features have been designed to facilitate embedded development using the COM (UART) port.

Among the various functions it is possible to save buffers, insert alarms when a specific buffer arrives, save serial traffic and much more.

A super easy tool for Arduino hobbyists to test their application with AutoAnswer functions.

Ideal for professional users with logging functions and timed multiple packet send for intensive application stress tests.

SerialTool is available for Windows, Mac OS and Linux.

What’s new in version 0.9.0

Updated on Jan 03 2023

  • Initial release

Information

License

Free

Size

45.5 MB

Developer’s website

https://serialtool.com

Downloads

51

App requirements

  • Intel 64
  • macOS 10.14 or later
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What needs improvements

Regular updates

SerialTool qualities

Value
5.0
Ease of use
4.0
Features
5.0
Reliability
4.0
Customer support
4.0
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mckey128
mckey128
Jan 3 2023
0.9.0
5.0
Jan 3 2023
5.0
Version: 0.9.0
Well frankly speaking I was doubtful when I first saw all supported features. So far this software looks great especially if you are looking for a serial port software when you are developing on embedded systems. I would suggest you this if you are using an Arduino board. The User Interface is straight forward even if I personally like keyboard shortcuts. Great job guys...