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PRO Single Port USB to Serial Adapter with Activity LED 3ft

PRO Single Port USB to Serial Adapter with Activity LED 3ft


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Manufacturer: Gearmo
Barcode: 729440626006
Part Number: USA-FTDI-A36
Warranty: One Year
In Stock: Yes
Ship Weight: 1 lbs.
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Product Rating: ★★★★★

4.9 based on 73 review(s)

Product Description


This USB to Serial Adapter is supported in Windows 10

The USB to serial adapter protocol RS-232 has been widely used since the late 60’s and a standard in computer equipment use since the 1990’s, it is very reliable. The USB to serial adapter is generally used in industrial, office, or business environments. It is also commonly used as a consumer product for connecting USB serial products to personal computers. The RS232 USB to serial adapter is most often only used in industrial environments, labs and similar facilities since the protocol is very useful in these environments.

The High-end quality processor chip FT232RL from FTDI Semiconductors which is one of the best and most reliable USB serial processors on the market is used in converting to the serial signal; the converter also includes a ZT232E RS232 transceiver from ZyWyn USA. (Pictured Below)

 

PRO Single Port USB to Serial Adapter with Activity LED Circuit Board view

 

Features & Specifications:

  • Indication LED’s for Power, TX and RX
  • No power supply needed, plug and play
  • No IRQs, DMA or required. No IRQ Conflicts
  • 3 feet (1 meter) cable
  • Baud rate: 300bps to 1Mbps
  • RS232 output power: -5.7 to +5.7VDC
  • USB 1.1 and 2.0 compliant
  • Automatic send data control
  • Auto detection of data speed
  • Zero delay automatic transmission
  • Built-in static and surge protection up to 600W
  • 5 year warranty
  • Windows 10 support

OS Support:

  • Win98, Me, XP, 2000, 2003, CE, Vista, 7, 8, 10
  • Linux
  • Mac OS 10.X

Package Contents:

  • USB to Serial Adapter with Activity LED
  • Latest FTDI driver (available as download)
  • GM-FTDI-A36 Product Manual (available as download)

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PRO Single Port USB to Serial Adapter with Activity LED 3ft

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Product Rating: ★★★★★4.9 based on 73 reviews

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I've tried several serial to USB adapters. I have to have a serial port for my job. I've even gone so far as to buy a docking station for my laptop, but found there was no serial port on the docking station. I plugged this in, and loaded the driver from the included disc, and BAM! I'm up and working!
Fuel683
March 21, 2016
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Never fails once!!!
Michael Li
February 26, 2016
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Works good.
Timothy Wood
February 25, 2016
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Worked perfectly, well designed for industrial use and weird devices that need a true Serial to USB converter. This device is currently being used to connect an old (1990 something) Fluke Scope Meter to a newer model Lenovo laptop running windows 7. We had 2 previous ones, one from IO Gear, and one from Belkin, and neither worked like you would think they should. What I'm finding, is unless you invest in something with the FTDI and ZyWin chipsets (zyWin seems to the be most compatible with windows 7), your serial to usb adapter is pretty much a gamble if it will work with your device or not. Used this $35 adapter instead of buying the $200 cable OC4 to USB cable that Fluke wants you to buy, and it worked like a charm. The driver install is a little hairy, but no serious problems (actually requires 2 drivers due to the nature of how it works), after a windows reboot the device worked exactly as needed.
T.m.levad
February 4, 2016