This converter cable provides two way RS232 serial communication between the TTL (Transistor Transistor Logic) output (from a microcontroller or PIC) to and from a personal computer RS232 serial COM port. This converter can be used on any Micro controller/PIC which has TTL serial communications that needs to be converted to RS232.
Since these cables do not have a TTL connector, we cannot test them. All type 1, 2, and 3 cables are tested, these are NOT. Failure rate is < 0.25% when testing type 1, 2, and 3 cables. Since this is an electronic component and the end user is responsible for modifying the cable to hook it up to their TTL connection, we cannot warrant or replace defective cables. Only type 1, 2, and 3 cables are tested and guaranteed not to be DOA.
We also sell a variety of serial and USB converter cables with different types of connectors. However, if you need something custom, we can make cables to your specifications! Contact us with your requests.
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