If I check this and check ok the response is ‘The interface does not appear to have power”. This gives Code 10 device cannot start. Personal tools Log in. There are many different interface designs. A USB to Serial converter with additional interface electronics to the 6-pin.

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For all of the 1. The computer generates and receives I2C data by:. The converter formats the bits.

I would greatly appreciate some guidance in sorting this out so that I can communicate with my remote in IR decom. Is there there a place where I delcim specify the cable?

Thu May 12, Some remotes have additional constraints related to the JP1 pins that require special consideration. I just plugged in the cable, and the drivers were installed. In IR pick JP1. Fri Feb 06, 9: If you don’t see that radio button, then you are not using the most current version of IR so you need to go get it. There are several versions available with which users have varying degrees of success.


Thu Apr 26, Don’t know of any place that I have told the system what cable I have. Are you sure that you have selected the right interface?

How to connect the USB JP1 cable to your computer

Furthermore, the access method sometimes changes when they switch from one brand of flash chip to another. I tried the procedure described in the Wpd64bit. I am not entirely sure what cable I have, so I will describe my delom to hopefully avoid misidentification and going down the wrong solution path.

Thu Apr 26, 7: Most JP1 interfaces are hand made. Thank you very much for the help. They are not compatible with USB to parallel printer adapters.

Thanks for posting–I thought I had a bad cable! Bottom line is though, I can’t communicate through the cable. Thu Feb 05, 7: Below are several interface design and troubleshooting documents.

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The serial interfaces are compatible with serial ports and with USB to Serial adapters. It looks like the user has a very old version of IR.


Otherwise you can build your own or purchase one from any one of several vendors.

There are currently two basic types of JP1 interfaces: I’d unzip them elsewhere and point the new device wizard to them when you plug in the cable. The connector is held against the pins when communicating with the remote. Display posts from previous: The computer generates and receives I2C data dflcom Below is a list of JP1 interface vendors. However in some cases the connector may be mislabeled. Views Read View source View history.