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USB to Serial Converter/Adapter

USB to Serial Adapter
  • Converts 9-pin serial RS232 cable to USB
    (Male DB9 to Male USB 2.0 A)
  • Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8 and 8.1 Drivers
  • Datasheet
  • Market leading FTDI chipset
  • Full-handshake serial support
  • Compact 10cm cable length
  • Entire USB protocol handled on-chip
  • Data transfer rates from 300 baud to 250 kilo-baud
  • Mfr Part Code: CHIPI-X10
  • RoHS compliant

This converter allows you to connect your MIE Digital Analyser Pinch/Grip/Myometer to a USB port rather than conventional serial port. Note: original serial BNC to DB9 cable is still required.

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Price £17.00
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International £12.00

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