First, let me start by saying just how much I dislike the software and website behind this machine; not only is finding the driver and software hard but the drivers fail to enable the USB to UART bridge and the company fails to redirect to working drivers. With that said here is what you need to make the device work on Windows 10.
- You’ll want the Silicon Labs USB to UART bridge driver.
- The jar file for their application and a copy of java which is bundled (!?): http://www.wainlux.com/download/K6Windows.rar
In order to run the application run
cmd as administrator. I use
Windows+R, then type
cmd, and to run as administrator press Ctrl+Shift+Enter. Switch directory using
cd C:\diao\bin\ and run the command
java -jar diao.jar.
The application will start at this point and you should be able to work with the device properly. Good luck.
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Sorry, the link is not working.
It looks like they do not allow direct access to the download anymore, the link to their particular page for the K6 can be found here: http://www.wainlux.com/wpt_109195.html
Hi there! Do you happen to have a current link available? I am searching for this forever now and came across this page, but unfortunately neither the link in the article itself nor the one here in the comments is working anymore 🙁