Tag Archive: USB

Jan 19 2014

Mac to a USB serial device

Mac to a USB serial device The below is a simple guide to get your mac connect to a USB serial device, maybe a USB-RS232 or USB-TTL. 1) Open your terminal window 2) using the below command to list all tty devices that is recognised by your mac  ls /dev/tty.*   Shiki-mbp-:~ shiki$ ls /dev/tty.* …

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Jan 10 2014

Mini router – GL-iNet (Part -1) – (Updated)

Mini router – GL-iNet (Part -1 ) Recently i got hold of this mini router GL-iNet, it is very much clone of TP-Link but, it has more and better specification. Details are available from their home page http://www.gl-inet.com Due to it larger flash and ram memory, we can customise the router to run on OpenWRT too.   …

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Apr 02 2013

Huawei E3276 review and details info (Updated)

Huawei E3276 review and details info [video youtube=DCd7jhYeOFI] The below are the few screenshots from my E3276:   AT COMMAND AT^SETPORT=”A1;10,12,13,14,16,A1,A2″ To enable all ports AT^SETPORT=”A1,A2;12,16,A1,A2″ Set to default

Mar 18 2013

DLP-USB1232H

  The DLP-USB1232H is DLP Design’s premier USB-to-UART/FIFO interface module based on FTDI’s 5th generation USB 2.0 High Speed (480Mb/s) silicon. The DLPUSB1232H is available in a lead-free, RoHS-compliant, compact 18-pin, 0.1-inch spaced standard DIP footprint.   FEATURES: The DLP-USB1232H has the capability of being configured in a variety of industry standard serial or parallel …

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Jul 30 2012

How to make a bootable OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion USB install drive

How to make a bootable OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion USB install drive Apple no longer sell their OS X thumb drive after Mountain Lion had been released. Currently the only way to get the latest OS X is to purchase from their Mac App Store. You can easily download OS X Mountain Lion from the …

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Jun 29 2012

USB to power up your CID on analogue phone, without using any batteries

USB to power up your CID on analogue phone, without using AA batteries I have this analogue that comes with CID (caller identification number) display, the problem with this phone is that it requires 3 X AA batteries to run it. So one simple way to do away the battery is to power the display with …

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