uLan Driver provides 9-bit character message- oriented communication protocol that is transferred over an RS-485 link. The physical layer consists of one twisted pair of leads, and RS-485 transceivers. Supported hardware includes OX16C954 PCI based add-on cards, USB-to-uLan converters, the i82510 RS-485 card, or simple active converter dongle for standard PC RS-232 ports. The whole set of libraries and support tools is available for building embedded devices. They range from low level firmware boot-loaders and debugging tools up to object oriented properties browsing and manipulation and process data communication channels mapping.
|Tags||Scientific/Engineering Chemistry Operating System Kernels Linux|
|Operating Systems||Windows Windows Windows Windows POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: The uLAN driver was updated to support Linux 3.x kernel versions. Support for 2.6.x and 2.4.x kernels was updated. Power management issues on Windows 2000 were corrected. The code has been tested on Windows 2000, XP, Vista, and Windows 7 32-bit versions.
Release Notes: Corrections were made to the driver to make it work on Windows 7. Power management events handling was enhanced for Windows XP and Vista operating systems. It is now possible the suspend the system when the driver is loaded and being used as a USB2uLan converter. Suspending when a running application is utilizing the driver should work, but more testing is required.
Release Notes: This release includes virtual interface/chip support to test communication utilities and applications on hosts without uLan hardware support. The driver allows you to use multiple sub-devices for a single hardware interface. It is useful when multiple devices' firmware is run and communication is tested on a host/development system, and for integration of a USB to uLan converter as an optional function into regular device firmware. Significant fixes for the USB to uLan converter driver for Windows (2K/XP/Vista) operating systems. Other companion packages have matured.
Release Notes: This release adds USB converter support and many fixes. It has been tested on Linux (up to 2.6.28 on i386 and x86_64 targets), on Windows 2k, XP, and Vista, and on system-less ARM LPC21xx targets.
Release Notes: This release enables you to build the driver within the WDF framework for Windows. Updates to support the latest Linux 2.6.x kernels are included (tested to 2.6.19). Changes to allow stand-alone system-less build for ARM targets (LPC21xx) are included. The OMK has been selected as the default build. The "switch2std" script allows you to switch to the old build system.