RS232 software allow to configure any serial port settings.
Baud rate, parity, data bits, stop bits.
Additional settings depends on your connection type and connection cable.
If you use only TXD, RXD lines, do not set Use CTS, Use DSR and DSR sensitivity flags.
If you need to take power from DTR, RTS pins of COM port, set DTR, RTS levels to DISABLE.
For using hardware steam control, set the following
- DTR=HANDSHAKE This (Enables Data Terminal Ready) handshaking.
- RTS=HANDSHAKE Enables RTS handshaking. The driver raises the RTS line when the type-ahead (input) buffer is less than one-half full and lowers the RTS line when the buffer is more than three-quarters full.
- RTS=TOGGLE Specifies that the RTS line will be high if bytes are available for transmission. After all buffered bytes have been sent, the RTS line will be low. This feature available only on Windows NT/2000/XP.
- Use CTS Indicates whether the CTS (clear-to-send) signal is monitored for output flow control. If this flag is Yes and CTS is turned off, output is suspended until CTS is sent again.
- Use DSR Indicates whether the DSR (data-set-ready) signal is monitored for output flow control. If this flag is Yes and DSR is turned off, output is suspended until DSR is sent again.
- DSR Sensitivity Indicates whether the communications driver is sensitive to the state of the DSR signal. If this flag is Yes, the driver ignores any bytes received, unless the DSR modem input line is high.
To save binary data to a file, set the flag Save to file