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

CAT # CB-394 (2 Reviews) Write a Review

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Product Description
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.
WARNING: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
(This item was manufactured prior to August 31st, 2018)

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Reviewer: from Kaysville, UT USA

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

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It works well: better than the "S" office supply store's version.

Reviewer: from Vermont

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.

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