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Subject: Re: Line-powered EIA-232 interface
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Date: Mon, 16 Dec 2002 17:50:53 GMT
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found v2.64 on http://www2.arnes.si/~sopecrni/. (if that's the one you
"Tilmann Reh" wrote in message
> Steven schrieb:
> > Danke Tilmann.
> Gern geschehen :-)
> > I don't need the handshake lines so it could be a solution.
> > The comm program running on the PC side was written in Delphi5, using
> > freeware VaComm component.
> > It doesn't have any documentation, so I don't know how to control the
> > handshake lines.
> > Do you know of a Delphi component which allows control of the handshake
> > lines under Win2000?
> I am using a (free) component named CPort250 (2.50 is the version
> information, maybe it has been updated since then). It is very
> easy to use, and reasonable powerful. It allows full control over
> all handshake lines, and I already made some line-powered and
> optically isolated RS232 interface which worked fine that way.
> Performs well with every 32-bit Windows (95 up).
> I don't remember where I got it from, but if you don't find this
> component easily, leave me a message so I can send it by mail.
> (You could also ask the experts on borland.public.delphi.winapi)
> Good luck,
> Dipl.-Ing. Tilmann Reh
> Autometer GmbH Siegen - Elektronik nach Maß.
> In a world without walls and fences, who needs Windows and Gates ?
> (Sun Microsystems)
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