MCC iPort / i2cStick Windows USB VCP Driver v10.1.8
MCC Windows USB VCP Driver v10.1.8 (for Windows 10 ONLY)

This driver update supports MCC's popular USB-base I2C Bus adapters.

Key Features:

  • Adds support for iPort/USB 2TM I2C Bus Host Adapter. 
  • Supports Windows 10 (ONLY)
  • Improved support for USB v3.0 Extensible Host Controllers (XHCI)
  • Includes Virtual Communications Port (VCP) Drivers v10.1.8.

Supported MCC I2C Bus host adapters include:

  • iPort DLL/USB (#MIIC-201D/U)
  • iPort/USB (#MIIC-204)
  • i2cStick (#MIIC-207)
  • iPort/USB 2 (#MIIC-208)
  • i2cStick 2 (#MIIC-209)
Supported Operating Systems:
  • Windows 10 (x86/x64) (ONLY)
Corrections, Enhancements, and New Features:
  • Adds support for i2cStick 2TM and iPort/USB 2TM I2C Bus Host Adapter.
  • Includes USB Virtual Communication Port (VCP) driver v10.1.8
  • Improved support for USB v3.0 Extensible Host Controllers (XHCI)
  • Windows 10 support.
    This copyrighted product update is offered free of charge to users of MCC I2C Bus host adapters. Its use is covered by the MCC license agreement available during installation.
Download and Installation Instructions:

NOTE: MCC recommends that you leave older versions of driver files on your system. Other devices on your system may reference older versions of drivers and may stop functioning correctly if the driver files are removed. 

  1. Administrative Privilege Required.
  2. Download and save-as the ZIP file into a folder.
  3. Right-Click the downloaded ZIP file and Extract All (Uncompress).
  4. Unplug the MCC USB to I2C Bus Adapter(s) from your PC USB port or USB hub.
  5. To add the driver to your system:
  6. a. Open the extracted folder.
  7. b. Right-click on the mccuwvcp.inf setup information file and select Install.
  8. c. Follow onscreen instructions.
  9. To load the new driver, plug the MCC USB to I2C Bus Adapter(s) into a USB port or self-powered hub.
  10. Windows will automatically load the driver and reuse or assign a new COM port number (COMn) to the MCC USB to I2C Bus Adapter(s).
  11. Use the iPort Message Center or Windows Device Manager to find the assigned COMn number.
  12. For additional software and hardware installation instructions, see the Installation Section of the specific adapter User's Guide.
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