Thanks for your reply. With the Amprobe plugged in and turned on,
if I select FTFKDA5O then click OK the message is:
"Serial Port Setting: /dev/cu.usbserial-FTFKDA5O, 19200, 8, E, 1, 1"
If I click ON then I get the following error message:
"Serial Exception: Unable to open serial port"
Amprobe shows 2 temperatures (in C) but Artisan display shows zero.
Artisan plot graph scale seems to be configured (default) to F but
I don't think this should be an issue anyway. Is there another test
I could do to help figure what the serial port issue is?
Thanks for your help & best regards from Montreal.
Le 13-09-16 à 03:03, Marko Luther a écrit :
you discovered a typo in a very old standard software lib.
However, that exception should not harm as you FTDI based device
is correctly added as first entry to your ports list. Select that
one and ignore the error for now (will be fixed in the next
So what's now the issue? Does Artisan retrieve temperatures from
the meter or is there any other error reported?
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On 16.09.2013, at 04:42, pepelepoisson <pepelepoisson(a)gmail.com>
> Hello everybody,
> This is my first post to this list. I'm new to Artisan and am
> experiencing difficulties to configure my Amprobe TMD56 with
> Ubuntu. I
> was wondering if somebody has a similar setup and could help???
> My configuration is: Acer Aspire 5610 + Ubuntu 12.04 LTS +
> Artisan 0.6
> French version + Amprobe TMD56 with USB cable. I followed the
> installation instructions to set the channel and ID to 000 and
> 000 on
> the logger. I didn't install the FTDI driver because I red that
> it is
> included in the Ubuntu package by default (and I don't know how to
> install it - do I ned to compile the C code myself????). The driver
> seems to work anyway because something is detected when I plug the
> logger to any usb plug and type "dmesg | grep FTDI".
> In Artisan, I selected Amprobe TMD56. On the configuration page, if
> the Amprobe is plugged in, I get the following error message when
> clicking "scan ports": "Exception: scanforport(): global name
> is not defined @ line 20246". After that, I have the following two
> choices in the port drop down menu but none is working:
> Is there a problem with the driver or some setting in Artisan that
> should be changed? I've no clue yet. Could anybody help with
> Thank you very much for your time.
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