Brianboxes US-701 USB to Serial 4 x RS232

Brainboxes
Scan code: LN32159 Manufacturer code: US-701 Request call
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Product Overview USB to Serial providing four RS232 serial ports. Up to 921,600 data transfer rates and the 128 byte transmit and 384 byte receive FIFOS, coupled with 1Mbit line drivers deliver uncompromising performance on your laptop/PC. USB to serial is the quick low cost way to connect your computer to a serial comms enabled device. Boost software gives industry leading functionality and compatibility. These products do away with traditional issues with USB technology so you can buy with confidence!
Features • 4 port RS232
• USB
• 128 Byte Tx and 384 Byte Rx FIFOs
• Up to 921,600 Baud
• 4xDB9 connector (9 Pin Male)
• Drivers for all popular operating systems
• Sample Programs, Test & Terminal software
• Lifetime Support
• Lifetime Warranty (registration required)
• Supplied with USB cable
• Supplied with rubber feet for office environment


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Specifications
Specifications
Interface USB
Connectivity 4 x RS232
Warranty

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Details
Duration:
999 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
999 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
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