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Author: Jack Conner
by Jack Conner
Posted: May 22, 2020

Serial Logger is a great solution for all developers to monitor all serial port activity. It is absolutely cost free solution that will help users to track serial dataflow in real time.

Serial Logger logs data from any serial port (virtual or real one) into the specified file so one can analyze it later. Further, COM port logger works under Virtual Machines like VMWare or Virtual PC. It is a great serial port activity investigation tool that will cost user nothing much.


  • Capability to log multiple serial ports at same time

It has the capability to log multiple ports simultaneously so that multiple external serial devices can be logged.

  • Flexible parameters.

One can use any baud rate, number of data bits or stop bits, parity, hardware and software flow control. One may define custom need rates too.

  • RS-485 protocol support

Advanced Serial Data Logger can handle the RTS signal and control the direction of data flow.

  • Spy (sniffer) mode

Allows to monitor and catch data exchange between an external device and another software.

  • Variable data receive

It supports text, raw, binary data and protocols.

  • Extended logging features

Sent and received data output without any changes to file having variable format file forming setting (on time, data, size and etc.)

  • Data query modules.

Advanced Serial Data Logger also transmits requests or commands out the serial port to control or query specific instruments directly from Advanced Serial Data Logger over ASCII (by default) or MODBUS protocol. Think of Advanced Serial Data Logger as a fully customizable serial I/O device driver.

  • Advanced data parsers.

Allow to parse, filter and format specific data. However, it may define simple rules or use powerful regular expressions.

  • Databases support.

Data export to any ODBC-compatible database (MS SQL, Oracle, MS Access, MS Excel, dBase and others).

  • Industrial real-time export capabilities.

Advanced Serial Data Logger can run as DDE or OPC server and can public all received data.

  • Office products integrations

Advanced Serial Data Logger can use direct connection (using OLE) to Microsoft Excel and write data directly to rows or columns;

  • Auto program restart in showed time.

It allows changing the program configuration remotely.

  • Program message logging

Enables to write a file as all program messages, so user may diagnose errors and warning.

  • Windows service mode

Advanced keylogger also is a Windows 2000+ service that records all data received on a serial port to a file on a disk or to other targets so that it starts as soon as the operating system starts and doesn't require a user to log in and run it. It will continue to run even as users’ logon and logoff the workstation. However, Advanced TCP/IP Data Logger is generic enough to be useful whenever one-way serial traffic needs to be recorded.


The configuration process is fully menu driven and has complete, context sensitive, on-line help. However, one can easily customize all input to exact specifications. Once user sees how easy it is to use Advanced Serial Data Logger, it will never again take data readings by hand!

With these loggers, users can control both those serial devices that continuously output messages, and those that require commands before supplying data. With a flexible approach to building command strings, and parsing the received data strings to extract data values, the majority of analytical instruments are supported.

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About the Author

I am Jack, Working as a Marketing Manager at keelog which gives Usb keylogger and Keylogger to monitor your employees, Children or any other person.

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