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neo67



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PostSubject: USB or serial?   22/11/2014, 17:52

Hello,

I'm a little bit confused.
Must I have a PS/2<->Serial oder PS/2<->USB Wire to connect the ninco Powerbase to PC Lap Counter.
When I start the software, I see only com Ports in the programm options.
Also the ND Tester search only on com Ports....

What do I need?

THX
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PostSubject: Re: USB or serial?   23/11/2014, 12:05

Hello,

you need the "PS2/USB cable of Rich.G" , more information here: http://www.pclapcounter.be/ninco_digital_1_08.html

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PostSubject: Re: USB or serial?   23/11/2014, 15:00

guy wrote:

you need the "PS2/USB cable of Rich.G" , more information here: http://www.pclapcounter.be/ninco_digital_1_08.html
Guy

Hi Guy,

THX for answering. Then, the cabel from Rich.G must have a driver, to connnect the com interface at the usb hub!
Is that right?

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PostSubject: Re: USB or serial?   23/11/2014, 16:30

Yes that's correct, you can download the driver here http://www.ftdichip.com/Drivers/VCP.htm
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PostSubject: Re: USB or serial?   23/11/2014, 17:03

guy wrote:
Yes that's correct, you can download the driver here http://www.ftdichip.com/Drivers/VCP.htm
Okay, now, at this place I understand the technologie behind it. The cable is not only a cable, but a cable with a serial interface, that will be usb connected. And that the operation system can use this "slower" device at the usb hub, it needs the ftdi driver, because of the use of a ftdi serial chip inside the "cable".
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