|Item Weight||5.6 ounces|
|Package Dimensions||5.6 x 5.6 x 1.6 inches|
|Item model number||20206|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
UGREEN USB 2.0 to RS232 DB9 Serial Cable Male A Converter Adapter with FTDI Chipset for Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, Vista, XP, 2000, Linux and Mac OS X 10.6 and Above (3ft)
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- HOW IT WORKS: Ugreen USB to RS232 DB9 Serial Adapter is designed for connecting to serial devices such as DB9 equipped serial modems, ISDN Terminal Adapters, digital cameras, label writers, palm PCs, barcode scanners, PDAs etc through USB port with 1Mbps data transfer rate;
- CONNECTORS: With standard USB Type A Male to standard 9-pin DB9 RS-232 serial connector;
- CHIPSET & SUPPORTED OS: FTDI-FT232RL Chipset for widest possible stablity and compatibility with Windows (10/8.1/8/7XP), Mac, Linux, etc. Support almost all serial COM port.
- CONDUCTOR & SHIELDING: Tinned Copper Conductor(Wire guage#24#28) and triple shielding ensure the best data transfer rate. Powered by USB port, no external power adapter required. Simple installation, plug & play after one time driver installation;
- LIFETIME WARRANTY: USB 2.0 to Serial (9-Pin) DB-9 RS-232 Converter Cable is backed with lifetime warranty and customer service support.
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Ugreen USB to RS232 DB9 Serial Male Converter Adapter Cable is designed to connect serial devices such as DB9 equipped PCs, routers, GPS, barcode scanners, label writers, serial modems, digital cameras, card readers, palm PCs, Cellular Phones, PDAs, or ISDN Terminal Adapters through USB port with over 1Mbps data transfer rate.
1. Connectors: USB 2.0 Male, RS232 Male;
2. Connect a RS-232 serial device such as a modem to a USB port on your computer;
3. Supports Windows 10/8.1/8/7/Vista/XP//2000 and Mac OS X 10.6 and above;
4. Uses latest FTDI chipset ;
5. Plug & Play after one time driver installation;
6. Maximum Transfer rate: up to 1Mbps;
7. Supports Automatic Handshake;
8. Powered by USB port, no external power adapter required.
Ugreen USB to DB9 Serial Adapter FTDI x1;
Driver CD x1;
Top customer reviews
I got the super long 10ft/3m version because it suits my needs. Whatever length you choose, I'm sure you'll have great luck with it as did I.
Zero buyer's remorse, and zero complaints.
Windows 7 would not recognize this cable until I installed the drivers that were included on a small CD that came with this converter. I would recommend and will purchase from Ugreen again. Definitely try these if your having issues with a Prolific chip-set converter.
Well, anyway, I was about to change all the settings for the com port, as I could not get 2 old devices to show up for windows 8.1(32bit) on an hpstream7 tablet (using an otg usb converter attached to this adapter). I tried an old OBD2 (car) reader, and the software would not see the device. Then I tried an old external modem, and windows would not see it when I plugged it in. Windows did see the com port and the drivers seemed to be installed correctly. I had rebooted a few times. I had unplugged the wire a few times. It just did not seem to work. Then this morning I decided to try again, and it just worked. I was ready to try changing all the settings (as they suggest lowering some of the speeds and buffer sizes for compatibility), but for whatever reason, today it works. I was able to recognize the modem and the OBD2 device. I do not know why. It could have been as simple as a loose connection, it could be windows being windows. I do not plan to use this daily so I can only hope that it does work when I need it.
It seems to be well made, and it is the FTDI chipset (or a good clone, but I suspect it is legit)
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