Serial Port is a widget that can read data from a serial port and support RS-232 communication protocol. The widget has a user interface that allows the user to configure the serial port settings, such as baud rate and number of data bits, and display the incoming data in a readable format, and write data back to device.Read serial port documentationWatch tutorial about serial port
1. Serial Port Communication: Ability to communicate with serial port devices using RS-232, RS-485, or USB-serial protocols.
2. Data Display: Display received data in ASCII, hexadecimal, or binary format.
3. Data Logging: Option to log received data to a file for later analysis.
4. Baud Rate Selection: Ability to select the baud rate for communication with the serial port device.
5. Data Transmission: Ability to transmit data to the serial port device in ASCII, hexadecimal, or binary format.
6. Handshaking: Support for hardware handshaking for controlling the flow of data.
7. Customizable Settings: Ability to customize settings such as data bits, parity, stop bits, and flow control for better communication with the serial port device.
8. Real-time Plotting: Option to plot received data in real-time for visualization.
9. User-friendly Interface: Intuitive and user-friendly interface for ease of use.
- baudRate: A positive, non-zero value indicating the baud rate at which serial communication should be established. Default to 9600.
- dataBits: The number of data bits per frame.
- stopBits: The number of stop bits at the end of a frame.
- parity: The parity mode.
- bufferSize: A positive, non-zero value indicating the size of the read and write buffers that should be created.
- flowControl: The flow control mode.