I have an USB <-> RS232 converter with no designation of producer on it. After plugging it into USB port on Windows Vista 64bit computer I chose an option to automatically find and install drivers from Windows Update site. Drivers (for USB Serial Converter and USB Serial Port) were successfully installed. In Device Manager, in section Universal Serial Bus controllers in context menu for USB Serial Converter in the field Manufacturer there's FTDI.
How can I find out which type of chip (I guess it's one of those listed at http://www.ftdichip.com/Products/ICs.htm) is used in my converter?
Hardware Id is USB\VID_0403&PID_6001&REV_0400
ChipGenius reports this
Device Name: +USB Serial Converter
PnP Device ID: VID = 0403 PID = 6001 Serial Number: FTDIC6JT Revision: (Information not returned)
Device Type: Standard USB device - USB2.0 Full-Speed (USB1.1)
Chip Vendor: (No match record) Chip Part-Number: (No match record)
Product Vendor: USB Product Model: Serial Converter
Tools on Web: (N/A)