Adapter runs RS232 through USB ports

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Edited by the Electronicstalk editorial team Feb 3, 2005

Sealevel Systems has launched the first internal USB to RS232 serial adapters, available in both one-port and two-port models.

Sealevel Systems has launched the first internal USB to RS232 serial adapters, available in both one-port and two-port models.

The devices are intended for mounting directly to a PC's chassis, eliminating the need for external convertors and providing a clean, professional installation.

All models are USB bus powered, capable of datarates to 460Kbit/s, and install inside the computer in a spare bracket location.

The SeaLink+232.PC single port serial adapter is available with either a low profile PC bracket or standard PC bracket, while the SeaLink+2/232.PC two port model ships with a standard PC bracket.

Sealevel includes a 14in cable that connects SeaLink devices to most motherboard USB box header connectors and uses only one USB port per serial port.

Other cable options are available on a custom basis.

All Sealevel Systems asynchronous serial products ship with the SeaCOM suite of Windows drivers.

Included is WinSSD for BERT (bit error testing), throughput monitoring, loop back tests and transmit pattern messages.

In addition to Windows drivers and utilities, SeaCOM includes drivers, utilities, application notes, and technical details to simplify installations in Linux, QNX, and DOS.

Available immediately the SeaLink+232.PC, part number 2108, starts at GBP 43 each and the SeaLink+2/232.PC, part number 2208, starts at GBP 80 each.

Like all Sealevel manufactured I/O products, they are backed by a lifetime warranty.

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