- I believe they are accessing the hardware handshake lines using the
I would guess that most USB serial converters do not properly handle
the handshaking lines.
There may or may not be a seperate configuration manager for your
particular USB converter.
I suppose I would shop for one that advertizes full hardware
Handshaking configuration in Windows applies only to the serial COM
driver. I doubt that HeavyWeather uses that mode but instead manages
its own low level API calls to manipulate the I/O bits so the windows
configration settings would be N/A.
----- Original Message -----
From: wuhu_software <wuhu_software@...>
Date: Tuesday, September 13, 2005 8:07 am
Subject: [wuhu_software_group] Re: WS3600/WS3610
> It is my understanding that the 3600 uses the serial handshake
> to communicate with the unit whereas the 2300 uses regular serial
> I would suspect that the handshake lines are either no enabled or
> compatible with the USB serial converter that you are using.
> You might investigate hardware handshaking in your USB serial
> converter manual. There might be some configuration required to
> enable the handshaking.
> Then again, it may be a matter of timing. I am not sure if the
> handshake scheme they are using is timing sensitive or not.
> Which operating system are you using?
> There is a support page on the lacrosse site. I would not hold my
> breath on receiving a bug fix though.
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "David Higgins! "