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USLCOM(4)	       FreeBSD Kernel Interfaces Manual		     USLCOM(4)

NAME
     uslcom -- Silicon Laboratories CP2101/CP2102/CP2103/CP2104/CP2105 based
     USB serial	adapter

SYNOPSIS
     To	compile	this driver into the kernel, place the following lines in your
     kernel configuration file:

	   device usb
	   device ucom
	   device uslcom

     Alternatively, to load the	driver as a module at boot time, place the
     following line in loader.conf(5):

	   uslcom_load="YES"

DESCRIPTION
     The uslcom	driver supports	Silicon	Laboratories
     CP2101/CP2102/CP2103/CP2104/CP2105	based USB serial adapters.

HARDWARE
     The following devices should work with the	uslcom driver:

     +o	 AC-Services CAN, CIS-IBUS, IBUS and OBD interfaces
     +o	 Aerocomm Radio
     +o	 AKTACOM ACE-1001 cable
     +o	 AMBER Wireless	AMB2560
     +o	 Arkham	DS-101 Adapter
     +o	 Argussoft ISP
     +o	 Arygon	Technologies Mifare RFID Reader
     +o	 AVIT Research USB-TTL interface
     +o	 B&G H3000 Data	Cable
     +o	 Balluff RFID reader
     +o	 Baltech card reader
     +o	 BEI USB VCP Sensor
     +o	 Burnside Telecom Desktop Mobile
     +o	 chip45.com Crumb128 module
     +o	 Clipsal 5000CT2, 5500PACA, 5500PCU, 560884, 5800PC, C5000CT2 and
	 L51xx C-Bus Home Automation products
     +o	 Commander 2 EDGE(GSM) Modem
     +o	 Cygnal	Fasttrax GPS and Debug adapter
     +o	 DataApex MultiCOM USB to RS232	converter
     +o	 Degree	Controls USB adapter
     +o	 DekTec	DTA Plus VHF/UHF Booster
     +o	 Dell DW700 GPS	Receiver
     +o	 Digianswer ZigBee/802.15.4 MAC
     +o	 Dynastream ANT	Development kits
     +o	 Elan USBcount50, USBscope50, USBpulse100 and USBwave12
     +o	 ELV USB-I2C interface
     +o	 EMS C1007 HF RFID controller
     +o	 Festo CPX-USB and CMSP	interfaces
     +o	 Gemalto Prox-PU/CU contactless	card reader
     +o	 Helicomm IP-Link 1220-DVM
     +o	 IMS USB-RS422 adapter
     +o	 Infinity GPS-MIC-1 Radio Monophone
     +o	 INSYS Modem
     +o	 IRZ SG-10 and MC35pu GSM/GPRS Modems
     +o	 Jablotron PC-60B
     +o	 Kamstrup M-Bus	Master MultiPort 250D and Optical Eye/3	wire utility
	 meter interfaces
     +o	 Kyocera GPS
     +o	 Link Instruments MS-019 and MS-028 Oscilloscope/Logic Analyzer/Pat-
	 tern Generators
     +o	 Lipowsky Baby-JTAG, Baby-LIN and HARP-1
     +o	 MEI CashFlow SC and Series 2000 cash acceptors
     +o	 MJS USB-TOSLINK Adapter
     +o	 MobiData GPRS USB Modems
     +o	 MSD DashHawk
     +o	 Multiplex RC adapter
     +o	 Optris	MSpro LT Thermometer
     +o	 Owen AC4 USB-RS485 converter
     +o	 Pirelli DP-L10	SIP phone
     +o	 PLX CA-42 Phone cable
     +o	 Pololu	USB to Serial
     +o	 Procyon AVS Mind Machine
     +o	 Renesas RX-Stick for RX610
     +o	 Siemens MC60 Cable
     +o	 Silicon Laboratories generic CP2101/CP2102/CP2103/CP2104/CP2105 chips
     +o	 Software Bisque Paramount ME
     +o	 SPORTident BSM7-D USB
     +o	 Suunto	Sports Instrument
     +o	 Syntech CipherLab USB Barcode Scanner
     +o	 T-Com TC 300 SIP phone
     +o	 Tams Master Easy Control
     +o	 Telegesis ETRX2USB
     +o	 Timewave HamLinkUSB
     +o	 Tracient RFID Reader
     +o	 Track Systems Traqmate
     +o	 Vaisala USB Instrument	cable
     +o	 VStabi	Controller
     +o	 WAGO 750-923 USB Service Cable
     +o	 WaveSense Jazz	Blood Glucose Meter
     +o	 WIENER	Plein &	Baus CML Data Logger, RCM Remote, and PL512 and	MPOD
	 PSUs
     +o	 WMR RIGblaster	Plug&Play and RIGtalk RT1
     +o	 Zephyr	Bioharness

SEE ALSO
     tty(4), ucom(4), usb(4)

HISTORY
     The uslcom	device driver first appeared in	OpenBSD	4.0.  The first
     FreeBSD release to	include	it was FreeBSD 7.1.

AUTHORS
     The uslcom	driver was written by Jonathan Gray <jsg@openbsd.org>.

FreeBSD	10.1			August 4, 2012			  FreeBSD 10.1

NAME | SYNOPSIS | DESCRIPTION | HARDWARE | SEE ALSO | HISTORY | AUTHORS

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