- I don't know if it can be used on linux or iOs systems. I imagine that for linux there will be drivers and aplications and for iOS will be more complicated. As always, I would appreciate any information about this, you can send me an email.
In Windows 8, 8.1 and 10 there is a problem with some PL2303 chips and driver. If, after installation, you verify that the computer detects the device but displays an error message with code 10 (you will see it in the device manager, in the COM port where it was detected), then there is a problem of this type. In the section Tricks and Tips you will find the solution to this problem explained in detail.
For most of these operating systems two types of driver are available: Virtual COM Port (VCP) drivers and direct (D2XX) drivers. The VCP driver emulates a standard PC serial port such that the USB device may be communicated with as a standard RS232 device. The D2XX driver allows direct access to a USB device via a DLL interface.
To locate the drivers you want to install for a device, select which of the driver types you wish to use (VCP or D2XX) and then locate the appropriate operating systems. With the exception of Windows 98 and Windows ME, all devices are supported in each driver package.
Virtual COM port (VCP) drivers cause the USB device to appear as an additional COM port available to the PC. Application software can access the USB device in the This page contains the VCP drivers currently available for FTDI devices.
Virtual COM port (VCP) drivers cause the USB device to appear as an additional COM port available to the PC. Application software can access the USB device in the same way as it would access a standard COM port.
***Windows 10 and Windows 11 only. Universal Windows Drivers enable developers to create a single driver package that runs across multiple different device types, from embedded systems to tablets and desktop PCs.
DriverGuide maintains an extensive archive of Windows drivers available for free download. We employ a team from around the world which adds hundreds of new drivers to our site every day. How to Install Drivers Once you download your new driver, then you need to install it. To install a driver in Windows, you will need to use a built-in utility called Device Manager. It allows you to see all of the devices recognized by your system, and the drivers associated with them.
Many device drivers are not updated through the Microsoft Windows Update service. If you are having trouble finding the right driver, stop searching and fix driver problems faster with the Automatic Driver Update Utility. Automatic updates could save you hours of time.
The Driver Update Utility automatically finds, downloads and installs the right driver for your hardware and operating system. It will Update all of your drivers in just a few clicks, and even backup your drivers before making any changes.
Many computer problems are caused by missing or outdated device drivers, especially in Windows 11. If your desktop or laptop is running slow, or keeps crashing or hanging, there is a good chance that updating your drivers will fix the problem.
Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, and Windows Vista users: Your computer should now automatically install the necessary drivers when you connect a Pololu CP2102 device. No further action from you is required.
Additionally, we have older drivers that other customers have used successfully on both PowerPC- and Intel-based Macs running OS X version 10.3.9 or later, but these probably will not work on version 10.7 or later. You can download these drivers here: OSX_cp2102_drivers.dmg (723k dmg)
Recent versions of the linux kernel include support for the CP2102 USB-to-UART Bridge Controller as part of the usb-serial driver, so your Pololu CP2102 should work right out of the box. We have verified that the CP2102 works with Ubuntu versions 7.04 and 8.04. If you experience any problems, we recommend you upgrade to the most recent version of your distribution.
The CP210x USB to UART Bridge Virtual COM Port (VCP) drivers are required for device operation as a Virtual COM Port to facilitate host communication with CP210x products. These devices can also interface to a host using the direct access driver.
The CP210x Manufacturing DLL and Runtime DLL have been updated and must be used with v 6.0 and later of the CP210x Windows VCP Driver. Application Note Software downloads affected are AN144SW.zip, AN205SW.zip and AN223SW.zip. If you are using a 5.x driver and need support you can download Legacy OS Software.
Note: Some WLAN interfaces have built-in support for Android (like OBDLink MX+ WiFi), the WLAN connection to the other ones is only available from the Android devices having the ad-hoc Wi-Fi support enabled. Before purchasing a WLAN interface for use with the Android version of AlfaOBD please check if it is possible to configure your particular Android device for the ad-hoc Wi-Fi. Typically it requires that the device to be rooted and the Wi-Fi driver replaced with a modified one.
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The focus of the application will be the performance data acquisition. The user will be able to setup the parameters (including setting up and managing multiple vehicles) to collect for a run and then "arm" that run. Once armed, the software will begin logging the performance parameters of the car into a circular buffer. If only the Ultrabook sensors are available (no OBDII interface), this will be limited to acceleration, orientation, and gps data. The app will buffer the performance data until it sees a significant change in one or more parameters indicating the start of a run. (i.e. - the driver smashed the gas pedal) The buffered data as well as the current data will be written to a run file. (This allows us to capture data prior to the start of the run so we don't miss anything) When the vehicle returns to 0 speed or the user presses a button to stop acquisition, the software will stop recording the data. Immediately, the user will be able to switch to an analysis view to visualize the performance data on graphs showing things like acceleration, 0 to 60 time, roll, braking distances, etc. GPS data points will allow the path of the run to be plotted and the data associated with that point to be inspected. If an OBDII connection exists, the engine performance parameters (throttle position, timing offsets, boost, etc) will be recorded as well. The date, time, and location of the run will be recorded as will the current weather conditions if a data connection is present and the conditions can be retrieved. The user will have the ability to attach notes to the run as well to keep track of what they might have changed and been testing at the time.
Note that this is what I originally submitted to Intel. You'll see what I ultimately submitted (and failed to get approval by the deadline on) in just a sec. I think his idea was a home run. The idea was to create a dashboard feel and I think he really came through. The gauges all reflected live data until you arm the recording system by pressing and holding the arm button. When that happens, I unhooked all of the event handlers that updated the gauges... essentially "unwiring" them. The purpose of doing that was so I was not hindering the data capture by processing unneeded UI events. Besides... the driver should be looking at the road when they are doing a performance run... not the Ultrabook. 1e1e36bf2d