The future look bright and shiny. The (new?) class DeviceInformation look pretty complete and seem that every peripheral connected to the computer have and UUID (¿Universal? Unique Identifier):
is the “Id” of the AEOTEC USB Stick connected to the computer USB port.
I want point out the genericness of the Name field:
USB Serial Device (COM3)
and the PID of the Microsoft GPS module:
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Seem I could use it to automatically recognize when the USB STICK is swapped around on different ports (USB and virtual COM).
I’m writing a Windows Store application based on an actual hardware device. I need to be sure things stay idiot proof
Im developing a program to control those handy Zwave USB stick controllers for some nifty home automationing.
Problem is microsoft VisualStudio keep losing the grip over the otherwise perfectly working virtual COM port created by the USB stick driver.
I can’t be the only one with this problem.
Usually deleting the driver and the windows reinstalling it let visual studio see the light again.
This device provides control of 4 Groups and 4 Scenes.
Up to 32 Z-Wave devices can be included in each of the
Groups and Scenes. It is a secondary controller only and
cannot function as a primary controller.
Associate a device to the remote
1. Press and hold the Add and Remove buttons at the same time
until the Orange LED blinks twice, then release
2. Press and release the Add button.
3. Press and release the Group button.
Press and release the right side (ON) of the Group/Scene
button (1, 2, 3 or 4) that you want to assign the device to. The
Orange LED will start blinking.
Press and release the button on the device you wish to add.
The Green LED will blink twice to show that you have
successfully Added a device to a Scene