WiSer allows you to establish a wireless, peer-to-peer serial connection between two devices. Debug code, log data, update firmware, or transfer files without the need for cumbersome USB cables, sketchy Wi-Fi routers, or Bluetooth configurations that never quite work right. Designed for simplicity and efficiency, WiSer requires no software, no drivers, and no setup. As far as your devices are concerned, it’s just a cable. Plug the USB module into your computer, connect the TTL module to your target device, open your favorite serial monitor, and enjoy being able to move around while you work!
WiSer is fully open source and works with a wide range of devices and operating systems. Whether you’re working on a Windows, Linux, Mac, or Android device—and whether you prefer PuTTY, Tera Term, screen, or something else—it provides a convenient, reliable solution for hassle-free serial communication.
Serial intefaces aren’t going anywhere, and the list of possible for WiSer applications continues to grow. Examples include…
WiSer is a fully open source project. Its design files, source code, and documentation will be published on GitHub before the campaign goes live. Our goal is to empower users by making it as easy as possible to program, understand, customize, and troubleshoot WiSer.
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