Eltima Virtual Serial Port Driver 7.2

Virtual Serial Port Driver creates virtual serial ports and connects them in pairs via virtual null modem cable. Applications on both ends of the pair will be able to exchange data in such a way, that everything written to the first port will appear in the second one and backwards.

All virtual serial ports work and behave exactly like real ones, emulating all their settings. You can create as many virtual port pairs as you want, so there will be no serial ports shortage and no additional hardware crowding your desk.

Moreover, Eltima virtual serial port technology can be fully integrated into your own software (OEM license).

Virtual Serial Port Driver is completely compatible with Windows 8 (32-bit and 64-bit editions)

Create any number of virtual COM ports
Virtual Serial Port Driver provides you with the ability to create an unlimited number of virtual serial ports. Created ports are located in "ports" group in Device Manager, which means that they will be visible and easily recognized by all software and hardware you install. You will be able to set which application has access to the defined port. No real hardware serial ports are occupied.

Complete real ports settings emulation
Virtual ports, created by Virtual Serial Port Driver, work exactly like real ones. They emulate all real serial ports settings and provide strict baudrate emulation and full HandFlow control support. Additionally, you can easily emulate a serial line break. Moreover, VSPD uses advanced Windows kernel driver technology, which ensures WDM, WMI, Power Management, PnP, etc. support. Virtual Serial Port Driver is fully compatible with API COM and supports all Windows messages.

Manage all signal lines
Virtual serial ports created with Virtual Serial Ports Driver emulate and support all standard hardware signal lines (DTR/DSR, RTS/CTS, RING, ERROR, DCD, etc.). As in real null modem connection, DTR of the local port is connected to DSR and DCD of the remote port, and RTS of the local port is connected to CTS of the remote port. Moreover, you can choose loopback pinout or create custom one depending on your hardware configuration.