Developer: Control Technologies Pty Ltd
Current Version: 1.3
Last Updated: 2 years ago
Download Size: 2.6 MB - Download
Serial Tools is a set of serial port tools for OS X.
It includes a Terminal Emulator, a Protocol Analyzer and a serial port monitor to watch for connections and removals of serial ports.
Enabled close button (Red X) to terminate application.
Most Helpful Reviews
Can - I use Mountian Lion with a Keyspan adaptor. The letters I type show up twice, ex. If I type sh run, it shows up sshh rruunn. It doesn't affect the commands, they still work. Also, I cannot backspace and passwords just show plain text as you type them. Otherwise it does exactly what I need it to do.
Doesn't work - I have a legacy device that runs at 4800 baud… In standard mode, characters echoed from my device do not show up… In RAW mode it appears the returned characters are 0x40 less than they should be… Not sure why… All I know is that this works on my Windows machine and not on my MAC.
More Reviews for Current Version
Crashes on disconnect - User Interface is flaky. App crashes on clicking [disconnect]. Very amateurish.
I love this tool. - This is a “must-have” app for developers who need to debug serial communications with external devices. My only complaint is that the 14400 bps baud rate is not supported. (In fact it would be an awesome feature to be able to enter an arbitrary baud rate as well!)
Crash city - I’m using an ATEN USB-RS232 Adapter, and it shows up just fine. But the app crashes pretty much every time I click Disconnect. Support forum is DEAD. If the app worked, it seems like it’d be perfect. Only other terminal emulator for Mac is $20…. Time to bust out the Windows box... Running a MacBook Air with Sierra 10.12.5.