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usb uart module Customers Reviews

  • Very nice device

    posted by Lecsi

    I bought this device to flash routers. The build quality is nice. It works with windows 7 64bits with windows own driver. Dont need to download drivers. It uses a prolific driver. It also has LEDs that indicates data transfer.
    Bought it to flash routers and it works really fine. I also use it with any device that has serial interface. I did something wrong and the chip become very very hot. Nothing happened to it. I think its a good quality product.
    I wonder why it has this vcc pin.
  • Easy to use

    posted by rickyzhang

    It's a good aid to output serial port message from my Hackberry arm board. Especially for debugging u-boot, which can not be found in dmesg.I lived in the dark for a month when hacking linux kernel for my allwinner a10 device(mk802 ii and hackberry board). With the help of this little guy, I can investing the issues.The CP2102 chips are supported by Linux. I only need to plug in to my pc. It's good to go.
    It's not easy to earn points from DX but I don't think I have anything to add
    Highly recommend for those debug the kernel.
  • You can switch between 3.3/5v and it's linux compatible !

    posted by beavis69

    You can select between 3.3v or 5v level with the jumper. It's a really usefull feature when working with different kind of diy devices.It was detected with linux without any issue.
    I used it to program an arduino pro mini (sku 104332). It worked on first try.
    A must have if you work with serial diy devices, as it can work with 3.3 or 5v devices.
  • Perfect for my NAS

    posted by thunder45

    It works perfectly. It has a led indicating that it is working and the flat cable with solid 4-way on one side and 4x1-way at the other makes it very easy make the connection right.
    It has worked at 115200 with no problems. Remember that you will most likely not use either the 3.3v or the 5.0v, just TX RX and GND.
    Should be perfect for ARM based devices such as RaspberryPI and NAS (Mine is a Iomega Home Media Cloud Edition).


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