You need to have Microsoft. Deepak Toni Replied on October 29, This site in other languages x. Its value is then transferred to the USB-interface. Sorry this didn’t help.
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Check out our development tools page. How satisfied are you with this response? Winodws satisfied are you with this reply? I have the same question It must be placed in the same directory as the exe-file below.
Wndows for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. It will show the temperature reading captured with the PIC see above. Deepak Toni Replied on October 29, You need to have Microsoft. This thread is locked. This site in other languages x. We will use the D2XX driver here for its high speed.
NETNovember 11, This way you do not need to buy a brand new FTBM for each and every development you make. A dll file is performing the communication between the C application and our USB-interface.
– USB interface FTBM
The USB interface will have to be recognized as a device by Windows. Sorry this didn’t help.
Connection between two pinheads is made with regular flatcable. Thanks for marking this as the answer. After this, unplug the interface briefly and plug it in again. Welcome to the Microsoft Community Forums.
Get this page as PDF. The pin pinhead allows fast prototyping development. After checking all device drivers, I had to uninstall and reinstall this printer but there was also an unknown device listed in my device manager. It is more complicated to start up than VCP, but why not going the extra mile?
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Download the msi Microsoft installer file below to install the application.
FT245R USB FIFO
My PC said Windows could not recognize a device that was installed. You can find more information about the device here: Acknowledge a couple of times to install it and you are done. Basically, there are two ways of doing this.
I am puzzled because I can find no such solution from the manufacturer of that chipset or any other such ideas as to how to fix it. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. Did this solve your problem? This means that one pinhead at the interface-side and one at the PIC-side are needed.