SuperCom for .NET
Data Communication class SerialPort

The SuperCom NET class Library

Easy move to SuperCom
To ease your move to SuperCom we implemented pretty much the same "SerialPort" class by using the very stable and flexible SuperCom NET class "TSCom". However, if possible, direct use of the much more extensive SuperCom class "TSCom" should be preferred. Synchronization or timing problems can easily be avoided.

Event reporting on the edge
The SuperCom .NET classes "TSCom" does support many events and trigger. The application can thus define any custom string or buffer to report event. A real handy feature that allows, for example, to wake up the application as soon as a special event occurs.

Functions for a flexible data communication
The SuperCom NET classes "SuperCom" and "TSCom" are offering by far more and are fast and flexible and used in hard industrial environments for decades.

"TSCom" offers serial data communication, 9-Bit and RS-485 multi drop, Modem, TAPI, a data packet collector that runs completely in background, file transfer protocols that run completely in background like ASCII, XMODEM, YMODEM, ZMODEM, Kermit and many more. The NET classes "SuperCom" and "TSCom" also support TCP/IP client and TCP/IP server.

The above are just some of the many features included in SuperCom that allow the development of reliable and fast data communication software.

Best documented and supported
The NET classes "SuperCom", "TSCom", "SerialPort" and other SuperCom NET protocol classes are included as C# source code (more than 15,000 lines of C# code). C# developers can include the source code (SComClass.cs) directly or reference the "ClassLibrarySuperCom.dll". VB net developers are referencing the "ClassLibrarySuperCom.dll".
The SuperCom is excellent documented (PDF, .chm) and comes with huge amount of NET samples for C# and VB net.

Save time for a better application. And in case you have any questions, while you are working with the SuperCom library, the technicians and programmers at ADONTEC are one email away (average response time is 4 hours).

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