Sitecom Port Devices Driver

Posted By admin On 31/01/22
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The monitor stand ensures maximum ergonomic comfort, as it raises your display to a comfortable viewing and working height. The 11-in-1 docking station enables you to connect all your devices to your USB-C notebook, simply by plugging in the included USB-C Cable. The USB-C host port on the docking station supports 10Gbps data transfer speeds. Starting from Windows ® 10, the STSW-STM32102 driver is no more adequate and the usage of the native inbox driver is recommended. Key Features Virtual COM port driver installation package for Windows ® operating systems: 98SE, 2000, XP, Vista ®, 7, and 8.x. The Sitecom Wireless Network Card 11M is compatible with a windows environment of 98SE, ME, 2K, XP and Server 2003. Users on this device should download the latest drivers from the manufacturer's official site. This will keep their systems updated and provide them with the best services. Routers are used with this device to enhance communication.

Product description

Sitecom is one of the leading and fastest growing computer network brands for home and small business use. The Sitecom brand has a clear mission statement: “make it easy”. Hub.c: USB new device connect on bus1/2, assigned device number 2 usb.c: USB device 2 (vend/prod 0x50f/0x180) is not claimed by any active driver. Usb.c: registered new driver irda-usb IRDA-USB found at address 2, Vendor: 50f, Product: 180 usb.c: ignoring setinterface for dev 2, iface 0, alt 0 IrDA: Registered device irda0 USB IrDA support.

You can still use your existing USB Type-A devices on your USB-C notebook. Simply connect your existing standard USB devices to your USB-C notebook with the CN-383 USB-C Hub 4 Port. It plugs into your notebook’s USB-C port, adding four USB 3.0 Type-A ports, which enables you to quickly connect four standard USB devices.

The CN-383 USB-C Hub 4 Port supports data transfer speeds of up to 5Gbps and can also be used to charge your USB devices with 900mAh. It is bus-powered, no external power adapter is required. The lightweight aluminum Hub has a built-in cable, making it the perfect portable addition to your notebook.

The CN-383 USB-C Hub 4 Port is fully Plug & Play, which means that no additional driver software is required so you can be up and running quickly.

Sitecom Port Devices Driver

SPECIFICATIONS

  • USB 3.1 Type-C Male ×1
  • USB 3.0 Type-A Female x 4
  • USB 3.1 Gen1
  • Downwards compatible with USB 2.0
  • Supports USB SuperSpeed 5Gbps
  • 5Gbps data transfer speed (shared)
  • 900mAh charging current (shared)
  • USB-C Bus-powered, no power adapter required
  • Plug-and-play, no driver software required
  • Integrated USB Type-C Cable

CONNECTION

  • Input: USB 3.1 Type-C Male ×1
  • Output: USB 3.0 Type-A Female x 4

COMPATIBILITY

  • Compatible with all operating systems

WHAT YOU GET

  • USB-C Hub 4 Port
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WHAT YOU NEED

  • Free USB 3.1 Type-C port

In order to assign real-time capability to a standard Ethernet port of an IPC controller, the Beckhoff real-time driver has to be installed on this port under Windows.

This can be done in several ways. One option is described here.

In the System Manager call up the TwinCAT overview of the local network interfaces via Options → Show Real Time Ethernet Compatible Devices.

This have to be called up by the Menü “TwinCAT” within the TwinCAT 3 environment:

The following dialog appears:

Interfaces listed under “Compatible devices” can be assigned a driver via the “Install” button. A driver should only be installed on compatible devices.

A Windows warning regarding the unsigned driver can be ignored.

Alternatively an EtherCAT-device can be inserted first of all as described in chapter Offline configuration creation, section “Creating the EtherCAT device” in order to view the compatible ethernet ports via its EtherCAT properties (tab “Adapter”, button “Compatible Devices…”):

EtherCAT device properties(TwinCAT 2): click on “Compatible Devices…” of tab “Adapte””

TwinCAT 3: the properties of the EtherCAT device can be opened by double click on “Device .. (EtherCAT)” within the Solution Explorer under “I/O”:

After the installation the driver appears activated in the Windows overview for the network interface (Windows Start → System Properties → Network)

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A correct setting of the driver could be:

Exemplary correct driver setting for the Ethernet port
Incorrect driver settings for the Ethernet port

Sitecom Port Devices Driver

In most cases an Ethernet port that is configured as an EtherCAT device will not transport general IP packets. For this reason and in cases where an EL6601 or similar devices are used it is useful to specify a fixed IP address for this port via the “Internet Protocol TCP/IP” driver setting and to disable DHCP. In this way the delay associated with the DHCP client for the Ethernet port assigning itself a default IP address in the absence of a DHCP server is avoided. A suitable address space is 192.168.x.x, for example.