Multi-platform - Available for
Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, 8, 10
All Linux, 32-bit and 64-bit
CleverTerm provides a GUI independent device access. The
transmission speed only relies on the OS and the device itself
and guarantees maximum rates. A stop watch displays the sending
time and lets you validate transfer durations.
CleverTerm works with all kind of serial ports and USB to
RS232/RS485 converters which are supported by your OS. Depending
on the device it provides baud rates from 1 to 1MBaud and static
mark and space parities.
The program shows all line states, let you toggle the RTS and
DTR signals and counts all occuring frame, parity, break and
Build your own sending dialogs
A unique feature of the CleverTerm program is the option to extend
its functionality by own sending dialogs. These range from simple
inputs like to generate telegrams with individual checksums to a
complete simulation of Modbus master requests. The dialogs are
easily written in Lua.
Comes with a powerful script editor
with just in-time dialog/script execution.
Save your changes and
your dialog will be updated immediately. As simple as it is, it
makes the design of a new dialog an amazing experience.
And the editor is not only especially designed for writing Lua
code, it features also all kind of qualities you expect from a
good editor like code folding, syntax highlighting, multi-doc
interface, unlimited undo/redo and more.
Comfortable input modes
let you enter und edit sending byte sequences as best as it
fits your intention. CleverTerm offers data input in ASCII,
HEX or mixed. A history function makes it easy to edit and/or
repeat a former byte sentence.
Integrated Modbus ASCII and RTU support
The CleverTerm uses its own expendability to simulate all
master request telegrams for Modbus ASCII and RTU.
Instead of building a valid Modbus byte sequence by hand
(including calculating the right checksum), you just select the
function number in the Modbus dialog and input the device
address and the according function parameter.
The Modbus dialog is especially useful when testing Modbus