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Python pyserial

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What is Python pyserial?

Python pyserial is a serial port module in the Python programming language. Described as multiplatform, it has been confirmed to work on Windows, BSD, Jython, Linux and IronPython. It does require at least Python 2.3 in order to operate properly, however. Windows users will also need to ensure that their extension library contains ctypes; Jython users will need Java Communications too. Developed by Chris Liechti, it is also available at no cost, having a free license.

The program allows users to see and control the settings of their ports through Python. It also gives them the ability to extend (add to) their ports, as well as configure them as they wish. Users who install and run the program on more than one platform shall also see that the interface does not change based on the platform, making cross-platform usage easier, as there is no need to re-familiarize oneself with the interface. Ports configured by the Python pyserial program can be arranged to use binary transmission as well. Furthermore, the user can choose whether or not he wants to carry out the operation with a receive timeout.

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Last updated: : November 30, 2022