Infrared Serial (COM) Connections Port

Category: Infrared
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: 4.7 Mb
Operating System: Windows 98/ME/2000/XP
Latest Version: 0.11.20

Windows device driver information for Infrared Serial (COM) Connections Port

Infrared Serial (COM) Connections Port is defined as an easy to install SIR Infrared Adapter. In most instances, the Infrared Serial (COM) Connections Port is connected to the serial COM port of the user's computer for purposes of adding the Wireless Infrared feature to the computer's system. With a direct connection to the COM port of the computer, users do not have to make use of any external power. Infrared Serial (COM) Connections Port provides Wireless data transfer between mobile phones and computer notebooks. However, in order for Infrared Serial (COM) Connections Port to work effectively, the notebook and mobile phone devices should have an inbuilt IrDA Infrared port. Infrared Serial (COM) Connections Port is also described as port IR (non IrDA) adapter. Infrared Serial (COM) Connections Port may be used as a replacement for the RS232 cable in serial connections for data rates not beyond 115.2 Kbps.

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Infrared Serial (COM) Connections Port is compatible with Windows 98/ME/2000/XP platforms. One major advantage of the Infrared Serial (COM) Connections Port is that it upgrades computers that are capable of connecting and communicating with computing devices that are mobile and with integrated infrared ports by way of wireless transmissions. The Infrared Serial (COM) Connections Port has a communication speed of 9.6, 19.2, 38.4, 57.6 and 115.2 Kbps. For the Infrared Serial (COM) Connections Port to work effectively, an IBM Pentium computer is required. Installing the hardware component is an easy task even for first time users. The first step involves the user connecting the adapter to the computer's COM connector. Only the most recent versions of the driver should be used. Recent drivers which are best obtained from the manufacturer's website allow users to easily and effectively use the Infrared Serial (COM) Connections Port functions. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Infrared Serial (COM) Connections Port errors before installing any driver updates.