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Itaduino NANO Driver Installation Manual (Mac OS X)

This article is originally from bilbaodynamics.com, which is telling us how to install iteaduino nano diver. We hope it can help our customers to do the installation.

Installation

As Iteaduino Nano utilizes USB to serial port chip of CP2102 series instead of FT232RL on Arduino Nano, we cannot use driver program in Driver file in Arduino IDE for drive installation. 

Dowload the Virtual COM Port (VCP) drivers for Mac from here:

http://www.silabs.com/products/mcu/pages/usbtouartbridgevcpdrivers.aspx

The following steps will be a walkthrough on how to install the drivers:

In this OS installing software from outside the Mac App Store requires to modify some permissions. Open the ‘Settings’ app and go to ‘Security and Privacy’ and then make sure you are able to install apps downloaded from anyone:

Now you have to install the downloaded VCP drivers, it´s the same installation as every other .dmg file and then you will have to restart your computer.

To test if the installation has been done correctly, open the Arduino IDE (download) and select the board:

After that, open the Blink sketch (we recommend to upload this one as the board has a LED on the D13 pin, so no assembly is required). When uploading the sketch to the board a menu should prompt up and ask which Port do you want to use to upload the sketch, select anyone that has USB. If a menu doesn’t show up choose the port by yourself like this:

Troubleshooting

If after installing the drivers you open the Arduino app and you see a message error showing up in the Arduino IDE you might check the following aspects:

  • Change the USB cable, it might be broken.
  • Try not to power the board via an USB Hub, some of them doesn’t have enough capacity to power the board correctly.
  • If none of this works try to supply power connecting a battery to Vin and GND pins

Website: http://bilbaodynamics.com