Detector carbon dioxide MT8057S. Not review with participation of a non-emulator
- Hi, Habr! Look!
- Man, what are you? With this detector without you, the entire resource is already up and down And then there you are. How much can one and the same topic waste?
- Chill out, boys! Of course, I am not going to repeat already existing reviews. What it is, why it is, how it works, how to use it, what's inside And organically these reviews will complement what the previous reviewers did not do. Namely, I will check if the software for this detector will run in one known NOT emulator (the one that is “is not an emulator”) and will see the device hanging on the port. It turns out - well, it will not work - a negative result in science is also considered a result.
Spoiler: I'm Krivoruk, so the file, but found another solution, for which a non-emulator was not useful. link with promo code TORMOZ CO2.
Thus, the average Linux-user, savvy at the level of the basics of working with the command line, but not able or unwilling to mess around with patches and experimental builds of programs, will be able to pair this device with a computer. But the program that can establish a dialogue with the device will be minimalistic. All of the above applies to other devices of the same purpose on the same Holtek chip.
P.S. Through the vents for ventilation, you can see how the Ilyich light bulb flashes periodically in the device case. I read about it in the old reviews, but I thought that I had a newer version of the device where the LED was used. Not. So, this is important - you need a spectrum without “humps”.
Thank you all for your attention!
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