|Item model number||TU-S9|
|Operating System||Windows 7 (32/64-bit)/Vista (32/64-bit)/XP(32/64-bit)/ 2000/ME/98SE, Mac OS 10.1~10.6|
|Item Weight||4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||9 x 7 x 2 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||9 x 7 x 2 inches|
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TRENDnet USB to Serial Converter, USB 1.1 to RS-232 Male (9-pin) DB9 Serial Cable, Prolific Chipset, Windows 10/8.1/8/7, Mac OS X 10.6 and Above, 26 inch length, TU-S9
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- Interface: USB 1.1 Type A RS-232 (9-pin) Male
- Supported OS: Windows 7 (32/64-bit)/Vista (32/64-bit)/XP(32/64-bit)/ 2000/ME/98SE Mac OS 10.1~10.6
- Install as a standard Windows COM port, full RS-232 modem control signals, RS-232 data signals, TxD, RxD, RTS, CTS, DSR, DTR, DCD, RI, GND
- 28/24 AWG Cable Gauge with 500kbps Data Rate
- Easy Plug and Play installation with 2-years limited warranty
- Cable Length: 26 inch
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This item TRENDnet USB to Serial Converter, USB 1.1 to RS-232 Male (9-pin) DB9 Serial Cable, Prolific Chipset, Windows 10/8.1/8/7, Mac OS X 10.6 and Above, 26 inch length, TU-S9
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|Item Dimensions||7 x 9 x 2 in||1.89 x 9.49 x 5.51 in||4.1 x 6.1 x 1.6 in||7.87 x 8.66 x 0.2 in|
This USB to Serial converter allows you to connect a RS-232 serial device such as a modem to a USB port on your Desktop or Laptop PC. Connect a RS-232 serial device such as a modem to a USB port on your computer. Easy installation with Universal Plug and Play. Compliant with Windows 7/Vista/XP/2000/ME/98SE and Mac OS 10.1~10.6 . 2-year limited warranty.
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To test my luck, I installed the device on my wife's Windows 10 computer with the same result - works perfectly.
Don't let you heart skip a beat. With both installations the Device Manager showed the presence of the TU-S9, but when I clicked on "properties," the message came up that the driver wasn't present. In both installations, after shutting down Windows Device Manager and starting it again, it identified the presence of the TU-S9 (this time identifying the com port) and everything worked perfectly from there.
Once these were removed, I installed the windows seven drivers from the CD and the adapter worked perfectly. The CDR Tool immediately recognized the adapter as COM3.
If the device you are connecting to has male threaded screws for securing it to a serial cable, this device will work perfectly out-of-the-box. if your device has female nuts intended to be connected to mail threads, prepare to do a little extra work before you can use it.
ls -ltr /dev/*usb*
The output is:
crw-rw-rw- 1 root wheel 18, 10 Jan 19 10:09 /dev/tty.usbserial
crw-rw-rw- 1 root wheel 18, 11 Jan 19 10:09 /dev/cu.usbserial
Then issue the commands:
screen /dev/tty.usbserial 9600
NOTE: If you pull the Converter's USB connection with "Screen" still running the Mac will reboot. Open a separate Terminal window run "ps" and find the "screen" process ID numbers and then "kill" this ID's.
The Windows drivers work fine and the USB device is accesses via "Putty"
After getting it installed properly, it worked fine without any problems.
I am using this with a NULL modem cable to my Linux machine, so I can remove the video card from the Linux machine and have a serial-based console. My Linux machine has an actual serial port but my WHS didn't, so I bought this USB to serial adapter. I'm running it at 115200 since that's the limit of my Linux machine and no problems.
Should anything change or I have a problem with it, then I will update the review, but for now, this relatively inexpensive device is good enough for a full 5 stars.
All the details you would expect to be able to change are changeable in Device Manager for Windows. Stop bits, parit bits, baud rates, word length, and all that jazz.
I also like that it has some cable between the USB and D-Sub ends. Other serial adapters I have used before are just a solid dongle, which can sometimes be unwieldy, or stick out inconveniently from your computer. With the extra cable, that isn't typically an issue.