SMV2USB adapter latency settings

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Changing SimpleMotion V2 USB adapter latency settings will improve communication speed on Granity and other SimpleMotion V2 applications.

Adjusting settings[edit | edit source]

In Windows OS, the settings are found through Device manager (open device manager through Control panel).


  1. Find the corresponding USB Serial Port device from the Device manager and right-click to open Properties dialog
  2. Go to Port Settings tab
  3. Go to Advanced settings
  4. Change Latency timer from default 16 ms to 1 ms
  5. Click Ok

Adjusting also receive and transmit buffer sizes may to smaller may improve performance.

Finding settings in Windows XP[edit | edit source]

In Windows XP the same dialog may be found through System properties dialog


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