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serial port

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(Computer Science) computing (on a computer) a socket that can be used for connecting devices that send data one bit at a time; often used for connecting the mouse or a modem
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Noun1.serial port - an interface (commonly used for modems and mice and some printers) that transmits data a bit at a timeserial port - an interface (commonly used for modems and mice and some printers) that transmits data a bit at a time
interface, port - (computer science) computer circuit consisting of the hardware and associated circuitry that links one device with another (especially a computer and a hard disk drive or other peripherals)
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Allows a DB25 device connected to the COM port access to DB25 devices on the other two ports, switching positions from A to B via dry contact logic from a computer or device in a remote location.
Contract are awarded for Xtreme / 104-express (pci / 104-express com port expander) (or equivalent), electronic card operating temperature range: -40 c .
For further customization, it can be equipped with LAN port, COM port or bar code scanner.
If that drive is mounted but you cannot connect to the COM port you are connecting to the wrong COM port.
PortBox2 can be used as an Ethernet com port (remote serial port)
In the Odin3 screen, if there is a message that pop up showing a COM Port number like "0:[COM7]" at ID:COM section and "Added!" text, this denotes that your phone is detected already.
The unit can be plugged it into an available com port. The software converts a PC into a realtime strip chart recorder.
The board supports up to four PCI Express interfaces, six USB 2.0 ports, two serial ATA ports, optional CompactFlash, VGA/SDVO and one COM port at the backplane.
The first step in debugging RS232 connections is to make sure you are connected to the correct COM port on your PC and that you have the right cable for connecting the device.
To securely connect RS-232 serial devices to a 802.11b/g Wi-Fi or 10/100BASE-T Ethernet network, the single-port Hello Device Pro110 and the two-port Hello Device Pro210 wireless device servers feature WPA2-and 802.11i-compliant wireless security, TCP/UDP multicasting, telnet COM port control protocol support, and port event handling for wireless device networking.
Data retrieval is quick and easy as the device is simply plugged into an available COM port and the user-friendly software handles the rest.
Other features include: NV Ram for stand-alone operations; multiple control from on COM port; speeds exceeding 600,000 SPS; limit, home, go, soft and stop inputs with user input ports; two 1/2A outputs; and an optional analog "joystick" input.