DB-9 Serial Adapter High Speed 230K USB SERIAL Adapter Cable 6ft.
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Our drivers are "signed" by Microsoft!
Works with Vista 32-bit and Vista 64-Bit as well as XP Home and XP Pro.
Provides a single DB-9 serial port for connecting to: PDA devices ... Modems...ISDN-TA...Digital Cameras...Standard Serial DevicesBarcode Readers...Card Reader...Palm II&V...Graphic TabletsLabel Printers... Plugs into a USB port on Windows 98/ME/2K/XP! PC Draws its power from the USB connection ... a power adapter is not required Supports data rates up to 230.0 Kbps Works with all popular brands of PDAs Provides one RS-232 male DB9 port for direct connection to a PDA cradle or synchronization cable. Packages Includes:
USB-232 Converter cable with 6ft. usb Type A end.
One User's Manual.
USB Driver Disk for WIN98/ME/2K and XP!
Use the adapter directly from a USB port, or via a USB hub. The converter is powered by the USB port, so the hub must be powered. This adapter works with Windows XP, Win2K, WinMe, Win98SE, and with Mac OS 8, Mac OS 9, Mac OS X, and Linux (2.4 kernel and later).
Download the Mac OS X drivers. PL-2303 drivers Ver 1.0.6 for Mac OS 10.1.x, 10.2.x, 10.3.x Release Date: 04/11/2003.
Download the Mac OS 9 drivers here. PL-2303 drivers Ver 1.2.0 for Mac OS 8.x and OS 9.x Release Date: 03/14/2002
*Note: These devices are known by many names: USB-Serial adapters, USB-PDA adapters, and USB-RS-232 converters). Spelling can also depending on location so it may be called called USB-Serial adaptors, USB-PDA adaptors, or USB RS-232 adaptors, or USB RS232 adaptor.
|Important Technical Information:
Windows 98SE/ME/2000/XP/Vista laptops and desktop systems with USB1.0, 1.1 or USB 2.0 support USB Serial Adapter Converter with 6ft. cable
THIS ITEM USES PROLIFIC CHIPSET!
How do I change to a different COM setting?
The way to change the COM port is by changing the I/O range for it in Device Manager.
Right-click on "My Computer"
Click the "Device Manager" tab.
Click the "+" by "Ports"
Select "USB to Serial Port (COM5)"
Click the "Properties" button
Click the "Resources" Tab.
Uncheck the box that says "Use automatic sttings".
Select the "Input/Output range"
Click the "Change Settings " button.
Click the little arrows until you find an appropriate setting. "02E8-02EF" should give you a COM4 setting after you restart the computer.
Make sure to click "OK" on all screens.
Use the following settings to get the following COM ports:
COM1 - 3F8h
COM2 - 2F8h
COM3 - 3E8h
COM4 - 2E8h
Our drivers are signed by Microsoft Works with Vista 32 bit and Vista 64 Bit as well as XP Home and XP Pro Provides a sing