Category: USB

Set up USB Push Notification Board with N-Button

This blog will show you how to set up USB push notification contact closure input board to work with N-Button Pro. Plug in power and connect USB push notification board to your computer. Download, install and run the latest N-Button Pro software to show N-Button Pro Manager panel. Click Device Manager –> New to add USB push notification board . Input Name – USB Push Notification Board Select Manufacturer – National Control Devices Select Board Type –  Push Notification Select Com Port – Port Name(Your USB Serial Port #) Select Baud Rate – 115200 Keep the default for other options

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Unable to Mount Virtual COM Port in Windows 10

Unable to Mount Virtual COM Port in Windows 10 If you are using Windows 10 (or any other operating system) and having problems getting a Virtual COM Port to be assigned to your system, follow these steps.  We recently discovered after a Windows 10 Update, that Virtual COM Port drivers may not load any-longer by default for some devices. If you are unable to use Base Station or AnyI2C software because the COM port is not showing up, here’s an easy fix: Prerequisite: VCP Driver Installation Recent operating system updates, hardware (VCP Chip) revisions, and VCP drivers may prevent a

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ZUSB USB Communications Module Quick Start Guide

USB Communications ModuleZUSB VariantsUsage & Electrical SpecficationsUSB Communications Module NCD USB Interface Modules are shaped to fit the communications socket profile of NCD Fusion, ProXR, Taralist, and many other devices to add USB compatibility to the complete NCD industrial product line.  We typically use the FT232RL from FTDIChip.com for USB to Serial conversion, though we do use a few other FTDI chips on occasion.  The FT232RL or similar chips plug into the USB connection of your computer using a USB Mini connector.  The FT232RL mounts as a COM Port on your PC, Mac, or Linux computers when the appropriate drivers are installed from http://www.ftdichip.com/FTDrivers.htm.

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