To list the devices that belong to UART-CDC class, enter the following command in the terminal
This command lists all the UART devices connected to the host PC.
Yes, i know , but only the device is an serial device. But as i sayed, its detected as an HID Device. I am not able to find the device in dev\ttyACM or what ever ... isnt in use.
What i see is that:
[ 82.073725] hid-generic 0003:0665:5161.0004: hiddev0,hidraw2: USB HID v1.11 Device [HID 0665:5161] on usb-3f980000.usb-1.4/input0
It is an HID device and not an serial device , otherwise it would mapped to dev/tty... but it isn´t
Thats why i ask :-)
Connect the USB-Serial device to a Windows OS and use the Cypress USB Serial Configuration Utility to identify the device configuration.
If it does not belong to CDC class, make sure it is configured as a CDC Class device.
Do you resolve this?
I'm on the same situation. I'm trying to find the SDK for the same device.
I found this link using python but I will prefer to use the driver.
PS: I don't test yet the python script.