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usb to rs232 cable Customers Reviews

  • Works perfect with windows

    posted by Mootje

    After installation, works perfect. Driver for windows XP to windows 7 x64. Feels sturdy enough, especially when using it with the extention cord.
    In times that rs232 isn't standard anymore on PC's it can always be helpfull to have lying around. Still many devices use this interface, especially for configuring electronic devices like routers, a/v receivers, firewalls, sattelite recievers...
    Works good, but not automatically recognised by xp. Haven't tried linux.
  • Does its job!

    posted by bernardo

    Does its job perfectly fine, emulating a COM port from USB.
    Great Serial to USB adapter, the cheapest I could find.
    Buy it if you need it!
  • Nice product

    posted by andreshans

    It does the what it should do. I've been using it to do psk31/sstv on 27.500mhz with my SuperStar 3900 CB radio and also with my yaesu , and it works really well.So far no interference or RF has been made. tx/rx control is working really smooth.
    no others thoughts more than cable is nice, well made and long enough to connect my notebook to my cb or my ham radio.the screws can be removed just opening the case and inside you will see the chips/pcb it could be silly but maybe it could has a better solder.
    i will buy it again if need more or if its gets broken.buy it, you wont regret it.
  • Good product, but comes with a few caveats

    posted by NicknameInUse

    The price is competitive and the unit comes with an extension cord and driver cd.Build quality is "unpolished" (some sharp edges, not so neat finishing, etc) but very sturdy.After a bit of tinkering it -mostly- does what it should do.
    This device uses a discontinued version of the PL-2303 chip, the HX(A). It won't have any immediate impact on most people, but Prolific (the designers of the original chip) have this to say: "Windows 8 is NOT supported in PL-2303HXA and PL-2303X EOL (End-of-Life) chip versions."
    It's a good product, but as with so many devices with a bit of built-in 'intelligence', it might take a few tries to get it working.No guaranteed success: it all depends on a bit of luck, the OS, the software and hardware you use it with -- and on your patience.
  • 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)
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    Cheap, works.


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