Serial Tools is a set of serial port tools for Mac OS X. It includes a Terminal Emulator, a Protocol Analyzer and a serial port monitor to watch for connections and removals of serial ports. Serial Tools is built as a Universal Binary application and works natively with both the PowerPC and the Intel based Macintosh running Tiger (Mac OS X 10.4) or newer. The terminal emulator (Terminal.m) in Serial Tools is an Objective-C extension of NSTextView class. It can be used as sample code for any Cocoa application that needs to communicate with a Mac OS X serial port through a text view. For example, the protocol analyzer in Serial Tools is just a sub-class of Terminal.m that supports a second serial port connection. A Serial Tool session consists of a set of port-specific preferences (baud rate, parity, etc) that can be saved and re-opened at a later time. After launching Serial Tools, you can select a New Session or open an existing session file. You can also launch Serial Tools by double clicking on a previously saved Session file. Multiple sessions can be concurrently opened, each one connected to a different serial port.
Exchange data with hardware connected via serial ports.
Telnet/SSH/SSH2 client and terminal emulator.
An application that allows users to easily connect serial devices to their Mac.
It is a basic ASCII terminal emulator. It can use any attached serial port
It is a 12 channel mixed signal logic timing and protocol analysis application.