Upgrading to 1.0 did not solve the problem, but Choosing HHM28 worked. I
also had to use Celsius mode.
Thanks for your help.
On Sun, Jul 31, 2016 at 2:30 PM, Marko Luther <marko.luther(a)gmx.net> wrote:
That VA-18B support was provided by Rafael if I am not work. I do not have
that meter to check and correct. However, I found one line in that code
that seem to stop further processing if the meter is not in temperature
mode. I deactivated that check. Good luck! Alternatively, you could try out
setting the device type to the Omega HH28. That driver was reported by some
users to work also with the VA-18B. But there seem to be several devices
out there sold under that name even from different manufactors.
I just released the first Artisan v1.0 beta build (v1.0.0b1) to the public
Mac and Windows binaries are already online. The Linux builds will follow.
On 31.07.2016, at 06:45, nick waters <nick(a)auburn.edu> wrote:
I have a VA18B with the prolific USB Optocoupler. I have installed the
prolific driver, and when I turn on the multimeter I activate the PC-LINK
feature and set the dial to degrees C. When I open a screen session on
/dev/tt.usbserial 2400 8n1 I see what looks like binary data packets being
burped up every few seconds.
When I open Artisan and select the VA18B as my ET device, and then select
USB Serial Controller, 2400bd, 8n1, timeout 1, and hit start, the ET shows
I am running OSX Yosemite 10.10.15
Am I doing something wrong?
Artisan-User mailing list