It can be used to set alarm levels for RSSI and A1/A2 sensors. It can also be used to update firmware in the RX/TX, but I haven't tested it yet. It uses a CP2102 ic, driver is included, however I had issues on Win7 machine (with 3rd party configuration program, but maybe the usb driver is the problem on Win7), on XP it's working great
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I want to purchase this cable, interests me, what software is needed for his work? It is possible with his help to do updates for the module of FrSky DHT 8ch DIY Telemetry Compatible Transmitter Modul and receiver of FrSky D8R 2.4Ghz 8CH Receiver with Telemetery? And where to take software?
Works flawlesly on Win7 HomePremium. Drive is allso found in Ubuntu as a com drive . Have not tested it thou with any application under Linux.
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Please be more specific about "works".
What programs does it work with? So far many on the Frsky forums have not been able to get this cable to work! Just BREAK ERRORS!
I'm fairness most are using XP I think so maybe W7 works better and I'll try it.
Knowing the programs and links to them that "work" would be a big help to us.
We use eepe, Frsky lite, and excellent 3rd party Frsky config program and this cable is no good for us. The free with DJT db9 Frsky or homemade cable with a USB to db9 rs232 adapter works 100pcnt with everything so far.
I and others have to rate this adapter/cable as a "don't buy/bother", use the db9 version with a USB adapter!
I'm sure it's a driver issue but HK or Frsky does not provide drivers that work with it we can find?
Anyone using this cable please post all the programs and OS you use and know works.