SerialIP Utilities 1.3

SerialIP Utilities is easy-to-use package to resolve a problem of remote access to equipment and log all data received from this equipment into files to analyse them in the future. SerialIP Utilities is a software based RS232 to TCP/IP converter.

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License Shareware
Expires 15 Days
Price $100
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OS Support Windows Install and Uninstall
File Size 1.24 MB ( 1,271 KB )
Published Feb 23, 2004 (19 years ago)
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Product Details

SerialIP Utilities is easy-to-use package to resolve a problem of remote access to equipment and log all data received from this equipment into files to analyse them in the future.
SerialIP Utilities is a package based RS232 to TCP/IP converter. SerialIP Utilities allows any of the RS232 serial ports on your PC to interface directly to a TCP/IP network.

Release Info: Minor Update on Feb 24, 2004

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