Keyspan Serial Assistant
Keyspan Serial Assistant
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Keyspan Serial Assistant2.6

02 September 2009

OS X Drivers for Keyspan USB adapters.

Overview

Keyspan USB Adapter contains the drivers for the following adaptors:
  • One Port DB9: USA-19HS
  • Two Port Din8: USA-28XG
  • Four Port: USA-49WG
  • Other: UPR-112G
Note: While the Version 2.6 software may also function on the following Keyspan hardware, it is not supported
  • Twin Serial Adapter (p/n\'s: USA-28X, USA-28XA and USA-28XB)
  • PDA Adapter (p/n\'s: USA-19 and USA-19Qi)
  • High Speed Serial Adapter (p/n\'s: USA-19W and USA-19QW)
  • Serial Adapter (p/n USA-18X)
  • USB Serial Adapter (p/n USA-28)
  • 4-port Serial Adapter (p/n\'s: USA-49W, USA-49WLC and USA-4E230)
  • Serial port in Mini Port Replicator (p/n UPR-112)

What's new in Keyspan Serial Assistant

Version 2.6:
  • adds 10.6 compatibility (32bit and 64bit). 
Note: Version 2.6 is only compatible with Mac OS X 10.6 (aka Snow Leopard). It is NOT compatible with older versions of Mac OS X (10.5 or older).

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How would you rate Keyspan Serial Assistant app?

14 Reviews of Keyspan Serial Assistant

Rschramm
15 December 2009
Version: 2.6

Most helpful

Link appears to be broken. I Get "The system cannot find the file specified. "
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Rschramm
15 December 2009
Version: 2.6
Link appears to be broken. I Get "The system cannot find the file specified. "
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Riqay
27 January 2008
Version: 2.5
According to the KeySpan FAQ entry on Leopard compatibility: USB to Serial Adapters (any USA-xxx model adapter, any UPR-xxx port replicator) Software version 2.4 or later - COMPATIBLE Source: http://keyspan.custhelp.com/cgi-bin/keyspan.cfg/php/enduser/std_adp.php?p_faqid=697
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Shaahin
23 January 2008
Version: 2.5
Is this Leopard compatible? it says, there is no release notes available.
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Anonymous
03 August 2005
Version: 1.8
Worked clean as the breeze for me...what OS'es does everyone have?
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Anonymous
28 October 2003
Version: 1.8
I've the same problem. Try to use "Pacifist" software (http://www.macupdate.com/info.php/id/6812). You will be able to read your package and install manually the driver.
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Halh1g
25 October 2003
Version: 1.8
Same problem as before: pre-installation script cannot cannot be executed...
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Anonymous
19 October 2003
Version: 1.7
I have the same trouble : pre-installation script cannot cannot be executed... Do you have any solution to this problem ?
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Anonymous
14 October 2003
Version: 1.7
Hmmm... but I don't have either of my Keyspan devices connected... Maybe it has a problem with ANY USB device? A scanner/printer/Modem and imate USB/ADB convertor are present on mine.
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Anonymous
14 October 2003
Version: 1.7
I've reported the issue via Keyspan's support function.
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Anonymous
14 October 2003
Version: 1.7
Same problem. The packet will not launch. I have attemped to download from this sight and Keyspans sight. Nothing
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Anonymous
14 October 2003
Version: 1.7
Having downloaded, I receive an error dialogue when double clicking the package: The preinstall script was either not executable or not readable. I have successfully downloaded other packages prior and since trying the Keyspan driver, without difficulty. Is anyone else having a problem?
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4.5
Andy-Dent
07 August 2003
Version: 1.4
I've been using both a 28X and 29QW for some months now, to hookup a Palm, old GlobalVillage modem and the IBVA personal brainwave device for which I'm developing software. I've not had any problems since upgrading OS/X to 10.2.5 - prior to that I had the Palm drop out on HotSync a few times. The Keyspan hardware and software basically just works for me and I'm pushing it pretty hard. My main annoyance is that every time I replug the device I get a different device name. That's not a problem for my software but the modem connection menu remembers all the old ones - I have a list of useless USA28X1P2 and similar names. I assume that is an Apple bug. I have a now-useless SerialBee for which OSX drivers were never released. Although Keyspan's hardware isn't cheap, I have to give them value points for continuing to stay in business with this device!
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2.25
Anonymous
10 March 2003
Version: 1.4
well it works initially... just bought it to link up a new gps with my ibook... at 50 uk pounds I don't consider it value for money but what can you do... was a sunday and the only thing available. anyways got everything working and got sat nav to get home in london.. then suddenly a kernel panic!!... wasn't sure what it was - happened again while I was trying out gps simulation and bang.. traced logs and the culprit is keyspan... the readme on the website even has a line which says it all!! : This softwar release is a Mac OS X kernel device driver. This means that any failure or bug in this software could easily crash your system and/or compromise your data. Use caution. they can't even type sw properly... lamos... hasn't anyone seen this with this?
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3.75
Anonymous
29 November 2002
Version: 1.4
Works under 10.2.2, but every time the monitor wakes up from, an alert comes up on the screen that the keyspan adaptor has been removed, when it hasn't. Also, the Hotsync app will disable the adaptor as a possible source. You have to re-enable it every time your cpu goes to sleep. Annoying.
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