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PopCom – Identify your COM ports

Monday, August 6th, 2018

avishorp has written a small program that pops up a message whenever a serial port over USB device is plugged in, that is available on GitHub (code) and (installer) PopCom is a COM port plug-in/plug-out notifier. Whenever a USB device that emulates a COM port is connected to the computer,...

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USB to serial with COM port LCD display

Wednesday, December 26th, 2012

Avishay writes informing us of his recent project, a USB-to-serial adapter with a small display that shows the COM port number of the adapter once connected to the computer. The design is based on an 18F2553 dev board. Avishay reports his project was the recipient a $250 2012 Wyolum innovation...

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Posted in open source, USB | 17 Comments »

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