30" USB 1.1 TO SERIAL (DB-9) ADAPTER CABLE

CAT# CB-394
$17.00 each
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Many new computers do not include a serial port, but many printers, PDAs, digital cameras, GPS units, barcode scanners, industrial devices, etc. still require a serial connection. This adapter cable provides the conversion.

The USB to Serial Adapter provides you with an external serial DB- 9 male. Standard USB-A plug on other end. 30" cable.

Product Features:
* USB Specification Rev 1.0/1.1 compliant with USB 2.0
* Support the RS232 Serial Interface
* Over 1Mbps data transfer rate
* Support remote wake-up and power management
* Doesn't need extended power adapter or physical driver
* Suitable for desktop or notebook PC
* System support Windows98, Me, XP. Mac OS 8.6 or above. Linux OS Redhat 7.3 or above.
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KD7KNC from Kaysville, UT USA
Comparison to other like Devices
I cannot attest to the use of this device; you either need it or not. What I can do is compare it to several other like devices I know about, so you can make your own value-for- money judgement. 3 like devices I found cost retail:$22.99, $24.99,and $59.99, an average of 35.99. A/E's CB-294 is less than half of the average ret. price I found for similar devices. for that reason, I purchased one, though I have not yet used it because I need another interface program to do so. Obviously, I am pleased with the purchase on the basis of price alone

Duane Becker from Vermont
It works well: better than the "S" office supply store's version.
I write a lot of programs that access the original serial port I/O addresses. This adapter and its included driver supports reading and writing those I/O ports, even from Windows XP. I tried a competitor's brand (that sells for about $40), and it did not function as expected. I'm very satisfied that this cable operates as expected. It includes the drivers for all the operating systems on a mini CD disc, which is a benefit to those of us not yet on broadband internet.