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  • The best RS232 to USB cable

    posted by tcgoncalves

    Great quality... The RS232 connector is made by a good material, the cable has an excellent cover material too and there is a robe to protect the USB connector.Worked on my notebook with Windows 7 without problem and if needed it comes with a CD for drivers.
    If you want a good quality product buy this one. I bought two usb-to-rs232 cables (see the other in the link below), but there is no comparisons, you will expend $4 more but it's worth, you won't regret.http://www.dx.com/p/rs232-to-usb-convertor-cable-2537
    I'm very happy... a cable like this one here in Brazil you won't pay less than $25.Thanks DX
  • Excellent little adapter.

    posted by Siftah

    Works out of the box with any modern Linux distro as an earlier reviewer notes. Very easy to get up and running as you just plug it in and away you go.
    Didn't experience any problems at all and have been using it constantly now to link a serial UPS into my Linux fileserver - no issues whatever.
    Great adapter, very cheap, makes it easy to put legacy serial devices on a modern machine without resorting to PCI serial cards.
    If you're in need of a serial to USB adapter then this is a great little version with a reliable chipset supported by most platforms.
  • True FTDI device

    posted by Fred123

    This is the output from lsusb in Linux:Bus 003 Device 002: ID 0403:6001 Future Technology Devices International, Ltd FT232 USB-Serial (UART) ICfor all you people looking for a true FTDI device, get this one since it is one of the cheaper ones at dx.com from what I have found.Sturdy build, solid USB cable
    Device has this model number printed on it: HXSP-2108D.We are swamped at work so I did not have time to test if my specific item works, but FTDI is great as you might know.
    Get it if you are looking for a device with FTDI chipset.
  • Works as advertised

    posted by LovesTha

    Works.Desktop Linux works with 0 issues, plug in and go (tested with current Ubuntu 12.04 kernel 3.2.0-30-generic)Embedded Linux (HW:TS7800, kernel 2.6.21) doesn't work. http://tiagovaz.wordpress.com/2008/01/04/using-a-hl-340-usb-serial-adapter-against-2623-linux-kernel/ leads me to believe 2.6.24 is likely to be the earliest kernel that will work without manual work.Windows 7 requires some effort to grab the drivers. Unsure if the drivers will be found by windows update but https://skydrive.live.com/?cid=239e3a317a793bfb&id=239E3A317A793BFB%21233 got me the drivers I needed (run the installer in the Vista folder, not the executable you can find if you do down a different path)
    I like pie
    Cheap, works.
  • RS232 to USB Convertor Cable

    posted by tcgoncalves

    Works as expected, I had no problem for device being detected by notebook using windows 7. Additionally it comes with a CD for driver installation, but I haven't used yet.
    In general, a good product by the price. For tests you can loop pin 2 and 3 so you will see the characters you type
    It took me three weeks to receive the product. tested and worked as expected.

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