Uniballer said:Do you have the manual(s)? I believe that the Fluke 8845a/8846a meters have an ethernet port. Why are you messing with RS-232 when you can use ethernet?
In the manual I downloaded appendix C covers the RS-232 pinout. But really, ethernet is much easier and faster.
Mattjones said:Great, thanks. So the Generic kernel supports the FTDI chipset in the adapter?
I do know that the pin-configuration on the serial side is correct so that should not be a problem.
wblock@ said:Well, probably. If someone would give me one of those meters, I'd be happy to test it.
Then it should just be a matter of connecting to it. /dev/cuaU0 should be the device. Do you have an application that communicates with it, or will it just be a terminal program?