What Virtual Serial Port Driver’s сustomers say
Designed A Hydrogen-powered Boat With Virtual Serial Port Driver
I needed to develop a fuel cell-driven boat. It was supposed to have an onboard computer running Windows. The computer would be responsible for important features like speed, water depth, and water temp. We had a standard GPS software(NMEA) already on a computer, but we needed a virtual serial port.
My team and I looked at a few different options, but we decided to go with Virtual Serial Port Driver because it had an “automatic start” program, which was great because we wanted the virtual serial port to start-up automatically once the onboard computer turned on (other software we looked at required manual start-up from what we found).
We’ve been able to successfully use the software to help us transfer data from the GPS to the inland water navigation. It’s cool because we can see the boat’s actual positioning and course.
I’ve enjoyed using this software as a student, and I am excited to work with it on future projects once I graduate. I think other students should try it because it’s going to be a big time-saver.
Virtual Serial Port Has Greatly Enhanced Our Products.
My company needed a virtual port software that would be easy and simple to integrate into our own software. We had created a device that runs on Windows CE that communicates with 3rd party equipment via different serial interfaces, and we needed a virtual port driver that would help us send data from our network serial ports to our device.
We looked for several different options, but none of them provided complete help files and examples for different IDE the way that Virtual Serial Port ActiveX did.
Since implementing Electronic Team’s VSP into our work-flow, we’ve been able to develop service programs for our unique hardware that allows Windows software to work with our hardware.
It’s been easy to learn, easy to set-up and it’s very quick to use. It works exactly as it should, and it makes our development time a great deal quicker by eliminating extra headaches that can sometimes come along when trying to learn new software.
The multi-faceted functionality of the Electronic Team’s Virtual Serial Port ActiveX has helped us stay competitive in our industry.
I Really Like Using Virtual Serial Port Driver To Connect Fiscal Device Emulators
I was writing software for a “Fiscal Device”(printer), and it is very important that we are able to test the software over and over to ensure there are no errors and that the fiscal device is working properly. I wanted to find a way to form a connection between software and an emulator.
I searched around until I found Virtual Serial Port Driver, after seeing that this software was widely liked by other professionals in my network, and so I downloaded the Lite version.
I genuinely think this is the best tool I’ve used for my purposes (and more) and I now recommend it to all of my colleagues and tech buddies. The amount of flexibility in the Lite version of this software just can’t be matched by any of the other products I’ve tried.
It did exactly what I needed. It did it quickly, and I enjoyed not having to waste time troubleshooting unforeseen issues. I even created a booklet to help other programmers implement Virtual Serial Port Driver into their workflow.
I hope this review helped anyone that was on the fence. I just wanted to share my thoughts, as connecting applications and emulators with VSPD is really easy.
Virtual Serial Port ActiveX Helped Us Expand Our Market
We needed the capability to connect a USB device with a PC that normally had a standard RS232 COM port. While there were a ton of other 3rd-party programs that had already been developed for COM ports specifically, to support the 3rd-party software, we would need a virtual COM port.
We wanted something flexible and easy-to-use, and so my company did a lot of research into VCPs, but we only found a few serious solutions to our problem.
We ended up trying a few programs prior to Electronic Team’s Virtual Serial Port ActiveX, and they lacked the features that we needed most, and so they weren’t viable options for us.
We like Electronic Team because their product was extremely professional in presentation, their sales and customer support team was quick to respond to any correspondences, and their product was pretty easy to use.
They’re also very good about updating the software regularly. It’s clear they care about their product, and it makes it very pleasant to use.
Electronic Team ultimately solved our need for a virtual serial port for our USB to PC connection, and they worked diligently with us to make sure we were 100% happy with our licensing options, helping us best optimize Virtual Serial Port ActiveX for our needs.
I strongly recommend this product!