Sep 20, Posts: The only time I had a problem with was when I absentmindedly unplugged the adapter while screen was still active with it. A regular conventional serial card will have either a 50 pin or a 68 pin contact header. This is kind of old fashioned since most newer serial cards are automatically configured to match your serial device. They’re basic two color LED panels that use the manufactures software package to do the programming, over RS of course. Sep 16, Posts:
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Thanks for everyone’s recommendation on the FTDI chipset cable. It would look like it detected the hardware and set everything up correctly but not actually send any bytes. I agree, normally ExpressCard would be msochip great solution.
B Aforementioned air card usually occupies the slot most all of the time. DB9 – RJ45 adapter. I could cut away the shroud on the Keyspan or alternately constantly carry a short M-F DB9 cable, but that’s a pain.
Oct 13, Posts: Nov 14, Posts: Of high importance is the chipset of the card. The “recessed” connector doesn’t really come into play unless you have cables with gigantic shells. If so, windows will attempt to assign unique device names, otherwise it gets the first mosschip. So yeah, FTDI it is.
I have the Keyspan as well.
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Buy now, you’ll thank me later. Finally resorted to using the physical COM port on the motherboard and voila, no issues.
Some low-cost PCI cards has jumpers which needs to be set in order for you to be able to communicate with a particular device. Ars Tribunus Militum et Subscriptor. Useful optional accessories not included. Jul 1, Posts: Basically a PITA to remove and put back in.
Thu May 05, 9: The serial PCI cards we are selling are compatible with both 3. Apr 5, Posts: May 10, Posts: Yes, I agree a serial server would be the best option, but it’s also the most expensive. The added benefit is you can install the ethernet server mowchip the device and access it remotely.
Does anyone know of a USB > RS232 adapter that DOESN’T suck under Win7/64?
Tue May 03, 6: Customers who bought this product also purchased Tue May 03, Most networking gear is Male-Male, so you need a cable in the middle regardless. Unlike USB based serial cards which due to the virtual COM port drivers have a substantial data delay which can make communication ds232 some sensitive serial devices impossible. Thu May 05, They’re basic two color LED panels that use the manufactures software package to do the programming, over RS of course.
Moscip other reason being, as mentioned the Keyspan is “shrouded”. This is kind of old fashioned since most newer serial cards are automatically configured to match your serial device. I must be thinking of a different cable.