Lipowsky Industrie-elektronik Port Devices Driver

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BOBE Industrie-Elektronik Quality assurance interfaces We develop and manufacture interfaces for computer-aided quality control (CAQ). With the help of our interfaces, data can be recorded using standard measuring devices and subsequently processed on a PC equipped with standard Windows applications. Forked 'USB Host Shield Library 2.0' with CP210x driver - henla464/USBHostShieldLibrary2.0.

By achieving the Diploma of Engineering (specialization in Electrical Engineering) in 1983 Andreas Lipowsky laid the foundation for the Lipowsky success story. Just three years later he founded his engineering firm.

Lipowsky milestones:

1986

Foundation of the engineering firm Lipowsky Industrial Electronics

1992

  • Change of name to a limited liability company
  • Move-in into new premises

2002

Lipowsky

ISO certification according to ISO 9001 for all areas

2005

Enlargement of the premises

2006

Lipowsky Industrie-elektronik Port Devices Driver

Building of the first Baby-LIN prototype

2007

Launch of the Baby-LIN

2013

Selling of the 5.000th Baby-LIN system

2014

Lipowsky Industrie-elektronik Port Devices Driver

Launch of the Baby-LIN-RM-II — the first device with LIN- & CAN-support

2015

  • Complete replacement of LINWorks version V.1 with LINWorks version V.2
  • Support of AUTOSAR CRCs
  • Launch of the Baby-LIN-II/Baby-LIN-RC-II

2016

  • Complete support of protocols like LIN diagnosis, ISO-TP and UDS in Baby-LINs
  • Selling of the 10.000th Baby-LIN system
  • Launch of the Baby-LIN-MB-II — with Ethernet port, 1 - 6 LIN-bus ports and 1 CAN-bus

2018

Lipowsky Industrie-elektronik Port Devices Drivers

  • Linux and RaspberryPi libraries for all Baby-LIN devices
  • Launch of a wrapper for Baby-LIN libraries in .NET, Python, LabView and VB6
  • Selling of the 15.000th Baby-LIN system
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For most devices, the Ports device setup class and the Serial function driver provide the functionality required to operate serial ports and COM ports. To install serial ports and COM ports using these system-supplied components, do the following:

  • Provide an INF file that specifies the Ports device setup class and the Serial function driver as the service for the port.

  • To configure a serial port as COM port, comply with the requirements that are defined in Configuration of COM Ports.

For more information about installing serial ports and COM ports using the Ports device setup class and the Serial function driver, see the following topics:

If you do a custom installation of a COM port, you must comply with the COM port requirements that are defined in Configuration of COM Ports.