Virtual Serial Port ActiveX Control - 64bit support

2008-May-30 | Tags: port

Start64!Virtual Serial Port ActiveX Control is a powerful component by Eltima Software, that allows your application to create custom additional virtual serial ports and fully control them. Created virtual ports look and behave exactly like real serial ones, and not a single Windows application will recognize the difference.

You will be able to control all data sent by your application to other applications and respond to them by sending your own data. With Virtual Serial Port ActiveX Control your application will be able to communicate with virtual RS232 COM port the same way as serial device is communicating with real serial port.

Full features list:

  • Full software emulation of real serial port
  • Full baud rate emulation (for Windows NT4/2000/XP/2003/Vista/2008/7)
  • Emulate connection line break (for Windows NT4/2000/XP/2003/Vista/2008/7)
  • Set custom signal lines wiring for DTS, RXT, DSR, CTS, DCD, RING signals (for Windows NT4/2000/XP/2003/Vista/2008/7)
  • Enumerate Virtual Serial Ports (for Windows NT4/2000/XP/2003/Vista/2008/7)
  • Full support of Windows 7
  • Examples for Borland/Inprise Delphi, C++ Builder 6.0, Microsoft VC++ 6.0, Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0, Visual Basic.Net, Visual Studio C# and Visual C.Net included
  • Easily detect applications that open your virtual serial port
  • Virtual serial port can have any name
  • Flexible set of control functions
  • High speed data exchange from/to virtual serial port
  • Virtual serial port could be created and deleted dynamically during runtime
  • No reboot required during installation
  • Wide selection of supported events
  • Virtual Serial Port ActiveX is compatible with MS Visual Basic 5/6, MS VC++ 5/6, Delphi 3... and up to 2006, C++ Builder 3... and up to 2006, MS VC++ .Net 7/8, MS VC# .Net 7/8
  • Now you can force using static port settings no matter which settings it was open with (for Windows 2000 and higher)
  • Ability to manage port access rights (for Windows 2000 and higher)
  • Ability to replace the Device Manager group name "ELTIMA Virtual Serial Ports" with your own company name