Arkmicro nokia CA-42 usb to TTL serial -clone Driver Download

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Supported Models

nokia CA-42 usb to TTL serial -clone Driver

Manufacturers

Arkmicro

Supported Operating Systems

Windows XP, Windows NT3.51, Windows ME, Windows 98SE, Windows 98, Windows 95, Windows 3.1

File Name

nokia_ca-42_usb_to_serial_TTL_clone_arkmicro_ARK3116_6547_0232_drivers_NOT_for_win7_64bit.rar (2.6 MB)

Versions

2.0.0.6 (31-Mar-2006)

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Uploader Notes

DKU-5 and CA-42 cables

for clone cables that Do not work with PL-2303 drivers

cable: usb to serial TTL voltages (not usb to normal serial voltages)

for serial TTL voltages used by ie. chip controllers

this nokia CA-42 clone cable has ARK3116 chip and is detected as "USB to UART" or "ArkMicro USB to UART" with Vendor ID (VID) 6547 and Product ID (PID) 0232 (on windows 7 64bit at least - but no drivers for win7 here)

ArkMicro Technologies, Inc.

has drivers for win xp (32bit at least), but none for windows 7 64bit (and probably not for 32bit either, and likely not for vista either, but maybe yes for win2k)

Be advised, I used these with puttytel.exe on 57600 rate on win xp 32bit and after a short while (few minutes) I got blue scree

Uploaded By

whatever (DG Member) on 12-Sep-2010

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