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 GMC counter and their USB-To-Serial chips

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ullix Posted - 01/17/2022 : 09:40:55
@Emfdev: I am looking at two counters, a GMC-300E+ and a GMC-500+. Both have the CH340C chip as the USB-To-Serial converter, with VID:PID=0x1a86:0x7523.

As I am trying to improve on the device recognition in GeigerLog: do all GMC counter use this chip and can I thus see the vid:pid as a requirement for a GMC counter detection?
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ullix Posted - 01/21/2022 : 00:54:19
EmfDev Posted - 01/20/2022 : 12:57:56
Hi ullix, sorry i didnt see your question. Yes we are using the CH340 chip so far with all GMC-300+ and 500+ devices. And just check with our latest one also has the VID:PID=0x1a86:0x7523
ullix Posted - 01/19/2022 : 23:38:41
@EmFDev: ?

By the way: Nice new location! Which boat is your's - the 45 footer?

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