Thank you Marco
That explains my problem, if the Victor DMM is not like mine.
A newer version has the serial chip build into the DMM case, while mine has the chip in
the usb cable, and optical connection to the DMM in the plug.
Thanks for the info.
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On 23 Sep 2019, at 21.53, Marko Luther
On 23. Sep 2019, at 13:25, Henrik Bo Carlsen via
Artisan-User <artisan-user(a)lists.einfachkaffee.de> wrote:
On the device page https://artisan-scope.org/devices/meters/
I read that the optically isolated Victor 86B is compatible with Scope, while others say
Scope do not work with USB HID devices, such as the Victor DMM....
My Victor 86B shows up in the device manager under USB HID devices in win 7.
In Artisan 2.0.0 Scope config devices is set to Meter/Victor 86B after which a port
config window appears to select a com port.
I have installed the CP210X driver, and would expect a virtual comport to show up, when
the Victor 86B is connected, but that does not seem to happen.
Any suggestions to cure the problem, please let me know.
Alternatively, for two K-type sensors, which optically isolated solution is the choice
for Artisan Scope 2.0.0, please.
I don't know that Victor device, but it appears to me that it is a single channel
device and not optically isolated. Maybe there are several similar devices sold under this
name. The one that support was added in Artisan features a build-in USB2serial converter
and is not a uSB HID device.
The VINT Phidgets TMP1100 module is a one channel optical isolated TC meter. Two of those
can be combined and connected via Phidget HUB to USB. The advantage of such a solution
w.r.t. any serial meter is the communication speed.
Hope this helps,
Thanks in advance,
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