MCCI Cricket UI Software and Documentation
Please scroll to the "attachments" tab below to download the UI software and documentation.
Version 2.0.0 of the MCCI Cricket UI software package includes support for the following systems:
- Windows 10 32-bit and 64-bit
- macOS 64-bit (High sierra to latest )
- Linux 64-bit (Ubuntu 16.04, 18.04, 20.04)
Also included in the package is MCCI document 950001552d_(MCCI-Cricket-UI-User-Guide).pdf, which describes how to use features of GUI application and other available control options
If you have questions, please open a support ticket.
Models supported by Cricket UI:
Model 3141 USB4™ Switch Model 3201 Model 2101
MCCI USB Switch 3141/3201 GUI -> MCCI Cricket UI
MCCI upgraded and published a new UI software "Cricket" that supports Model 3141, 3201, and 2101. Please find it below link https://portal.mcci.com/portal/en/kb/articles/mcci-cricket-ui For more information. visit www.mcci.com
Model 3141 USB4™ Switch Documentation
Image of MCCI Model 3141 USB4 Switch, with US dime for scale The formal documentation for the Model 3141 USB4 Switch is coming soon. Connect the micro-B port to a PC using a standard USB cable. The Model 3141 will appear as a serial port on Windows ...
Model 2101 Software and Documentation
Please scroll to the "attachments" tab below to download the software and documentation. Version 1.18 of the Model 2101 Connection Exerciser software package includes support for the following systems: Windows desktop (32 bit and 64 bit) OS X ...
Model 3201 Type-C Connection Exerciser Driver for Windows 7 and 8
Model 3201 Type-C Connection Exerciser Driver needs USB-Serial port driver to install in the Windows based control PC. Windows 10 OS have in-built USB-serial port driver, It automatically detects the Model 3201. For other Windows OS (7 and 8), We ...
Model 2101 software for ARM Linux
The file mcci2101-V1_19a-arm-none-linux-gnueabi.tgz is an experimental version of the mcci2101 program, targeting embedded ARM platforms such as Raspberry Pi, the SabreLite i.MX6, and other platforms running relatively recent Linux kernels. $ file ...