Connect to routers, servers, firewalls, industrial control and IoT devices with ease.
See every byte received in raw hex format allowing you to work with devices lacking a text-based interface. A new send panel allows you transmit data in hex format too.
Serial is now a full featured SSH client with a comprehensive built-in identity manager and the ability to organize and group your favorite hosts.
Serial is a full-featured terminal emulator supporting Xterm, VT102, and ANSI terminal controls. This allows you to navigate the menu-driven interfaces found in many routers, firewalls and switches and use text based programs including emacs, vi, and nano as if you were connected over the network.
Serial includes built-in, reliable support for almost every serial device on the market, sparing you the hassle of finding, installing, and updating drivers.
Not cheap but works perfectly
I plugged in a generic usb to serial cable to configure a switch and it worked straight away, no drama. — Muffin Man?
The best serial port tool I’ve used. — keith_duncan
Works great unlike many other apps out there. My only knock is that it doesn't offer a trial or lite version. I was hesitant to buy at first but took a leap of faith and I wasn't disappointed. It's also nice that the developers seem to stay on top of product updates. — spidey527
Supports devices from FTDI, Silicon Labs, Prolific, TI, Microchip, and many more.
Save time by storing frequently used settings for use with multiple devices.
Capture timestamps for received data.
Reliable break support enables password recovery, Cisco ROM monitor mode and more.
Supports XMODEM, YMODEM, ZMODEM and Kermit for file transfers and firmware uploads.
Manual or automatic logging for auditing or debugging purposes.
Access non-standard baud rates.
Connect to Bluetooth Serial (SPP) and some Bluetooth Smart devices.
Version 2.0.13 — 21.9 MB — Release Notes
Free demo is fully functional for 7 days.
Requires macOS El Capitan (10.11) or later.
Compatible with macOS Monterey (12.0) and runs natively on both Apple and Intel Processors.