USB to RS232 DB9 Serial Adapter Cable, 30cm, M/M from StarTech.com
Supporting data transfer rates up to 921.6 Kbps, the USB to serial cable is a convenient and cost-saving solution for providing serial connectivity to devices such as point-of-sale terminals, serial modems, industrial equipment, and a wide variety of other RS232 peripherals.
The USB to RS232 converter is easy to install and offers broad operating system compatibility, including Windows® 8, Linux and Mac OS®, for easy integration into mixed environments.
Backed by a StarTech.com 3-year warranty and free lifetime technical support.
• IT Administrators looking to add legacy functionality to newer notebooks, PCs and servers that lack an integrated RS232 port.
• Connect bar code scanners, receipt printers and other point of sale devices.
• Connect, monitor and control industrial/automotive sensors and other sensitive equipment.
• Connect and program LED and digital signage boards. Features • USB to Straight-Through RS232 DB9 Serial Adapter.
• High-speed 921.6Kbps Baud Rate.
• Compatible with Windows® 8, Mac OS X® and Linux.
• Compatible with USB 1.1 or higher ports.
• USB-powered - no external power adapter required.
• Single cable, small footprint design for portability.
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