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You may not need to use the drivers supplied by Autocom, so you can be more flexible in setting up a USB connection.
You can use a universal adapter to convert the data line from DC to USB.
An example here (not this product), also the top result on a Google search for “usb auto cdp” has a picture with the adapter for a car charger
However, you may find that your USB to AutoCom interface has a better USB speed than your adapter to USB, so that is a consideration if you are getting intermittent data.
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