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RocketPort EXPRESS SMPTE Device Drivers

Device Driver File Documentation

FreeBSD 5

  

(32-bit)

  

Does not support 4J/8J models

v1.01

See the readme file with the driver assembly.

FreeBSD 6

  

(32-bit)

  

Does not support 4J/8J models

v1.01

See the readme file with the driver assembly.

Linux
  

Kernels 2.6.25 through 5.5.x
  

(32/64-bit)
  

LEGACY FILES

v2.18

Refer to the readme file bundled with the driver for installation procedures.

Linux

  

Kernels 4.15 through 4.17.x

  

(32/64-bit)

v2.17

Technical support typically recommends using this driver version for Kernels 4.15 through 4.17.x.

Linux

  

Kernels 2.6.29 through 4.14

  

(32/64-bit)

v2.10

See the readme file with the driver assembly.

Linux

  

2.6.9 through 2.6.24 kernels

  

(32/64-bit)

v1.20

See the readme file with the driver assembly.

QNX 6
  

(32-bit)

v6.32D

See the readme file with the driver assembly.
  

Make sure that the file extension is an uppercase F. Some browsers download the file with a lowercase f file extension, if that occurs; change the file extension to uppercase before installing the driver.

SCO OpenServer 5
  

(32-bit)

v1.01

See the readme file with the driver assembly.

SCO OpenServer 6
  
(32-bit)

v1.01

See the readme file with the driver assembly.

Windows 2000
  
(32-bit)
  

Does not support 4J/8J models

v2.40

RocketPort EXPRESS SMPTE Windows 2000 Driver Installation Guide

If your application is receiving high throughput streaming data, leave the Use Fast (Low Latency) Data Transfer option unselected, is the default setting used by most applications.

  

If your application requires a fast response from the serial connected device, set the Use Fast (Low Latency) Data Transfer option in: Device Manager, Multi-port Serial Adapters, RocketPort Infinity/Express, Main Setup, (select the appropriate COM port), Properties.

Windows XP SP3 through Windows Server 2008R1
  
(32/64-bit)

  
Interrupt Driven

v4.16

To install the device driver, execute the .exe file and follow the installation wizard. See the RocketPort EXPRESS Device Driver Installation Guide for Windows for detailed driver installation procedures and COM port configuration.

  

High Throughput Streaming Data or Fast Response Requirements

Windows 7 through Windows 10
  

Windows Server 2012 through Windows Server 2019
  

(32/64-bit)
  

Polling or Interrupt Driven
  

LEGACY FILES

v5.14

This driver supports both polling or interrupt driven modes. The default is set to Polling.
  

To install the device driver, execute the .exe file and follow the installation wizard.
  

High Throughput Streaming Data or Fast Response Requirements.

RocketPort EXPRESS SMPTE Supporting Documents

Operating System Name File Description

All

RocketPort EXPRESS SMPTE User Guide

Rev B

Provides hardware installation information.

Linux

Using minicom for Testing

Rev C

This document discusses using minicom, a built-in serial communication utility. You can use minicom for sending commands to attached modems.

Windows XP through Windows Server 2016

Device Driver Installation Guide for Windows

Rev A

This guide provides detailed installation and configuration information for the device driver for Windows.

Windows XP through Windows 7

Port Monitor (PMon2) and Test Terminal (WCom2) User Guide

Rev B

You can use the Port Monitor (PMon2) and Test Terminal (WCom2) User Guide, which provides procedures for using both Test Terminal and Port Monitor to test ports and communications.

Windows 2000

Device Driver Installation Guide for Windows

Rev C

This guide provides detailed installation and configuration information for the device driver for Windows.

Windows XP

RRAS Overview for Windows XP

Rev A

Overview for Windows XP RRAS configuration.

RocketPort EXPRESS SMPTE Utilities

Operating System Name File Description

Linux

LCOM Utility

v1.06

Use LCOM for testing serial ports.

Windows XP through Windows 10
  

(32/64-bit)

Pepperl+Fuchs Comtrol Utility
  

(32/64-bit)

v4.11

The Pepperl+Fuchs Comtrol, Inc. Utility contains Test Terminal and Port Monitor.
  

You can use the Port Monitor (PMon2) and Test Terminal (WCom2) User Guide, which provides procedures for using both Test Terminal and Port Monitor to test ports and communications.

All

Diagnostic CD Image

v2.12

You can use the previous discussion for information about creating and executing the bootable Diagnostics.