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mcp2200ctl - MCP2200 USB-to-UART serial converter control program.

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mcp2200ctl

mcp2200ctl is a command-line program which allows controlling additional features found in MCP2200 USB-to-UART serial converter (http://www.microchip.com/wwwproducts/en/MCP2200).

mcp2200ctl has the following features:

  • RX/TX led mode control.
  • RX/TX/RTS/CTS invert control.
  • EEPROM read/write.
  • GPIO read/write.
  • GPIO direction and default value control.
  • Hardware flow control.
  • USB suspend and configure state indication pin control.
  • Ability to set USB manufacturer and product strings.
  • Ability to set custom vendor and product IDs.

mcp2200gui

mcp2200gui is a GTK 3 based graphical program with the same purpose as mcp2200ctl.

mcp2200gui screenshot

mcp2200ctl usage

List all detected MCP2200 devices:

mcp2200ctl list
  1, "Microchip Technology Inc.", "MCP2200 USB Serial Port Emulator", "0000988086", "/dev/hidraw4"

Get current configuration:

mcp2200ctl configure
Default baud rate: 9600
GPIO directions: ioiooioo
GPIO default values: 11000111
GPIO values: 01000111
RX LED (GPIO pin 6): blink
TX LED (GPIO pin 7): blink
Blink speed: fast
Invert RX/TX/RTS/CTS: off
USB suspend pin (GPIO pin 0): off
USB configuration pin (GPIO pin 1): on
Hardware flow control RTS/CTS: off

Get current GPIO values:

mcp2200ctl get
GPIO values: 01000111

Get current manufacturer, product and serial strings:

mcp2200ctl describe
Manufacturer: Microchip Technology Inc.
Product: MCP2200 USB Serial Port Emulator
Serial: 0000988086

Get current EEPROM value at address 0x01:

mcp2200ctl get-eeprom --address=01
EEPROM value: 12

Building from source

Compiler

Some of C++17 features are required. Compilation is currently only tested on the following compilers:

  • gcc 9.3
  • gcc 10.2
  • clang 10.0
  • clang 11.0

Build dependencies

CMake 3.13 or newer (https://cmake.org).

Dependencies

On Debian, and on Debian based Linux distributions, the following command can be used to get all of the build dependencies:

apt-get install cmake pkg-config libhidapi-dev libgtk-3-dev libudev-dev libjsoncpp-dev libboost-filesystem-dev libboost-program-options-dev libboost-test-dev

Building

mkdir build
cd build
cmake ../
make
make install

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