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MCP2200 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided purpose input / output pins. Four of the pins have alternate functions to indicate USB and communication status. Universal Serial Bus (USB). Supports Full-Speed USB (12 Mb/s). Implements USB Protocol Composite Device CDC Device (communications and control). - Class 02h - CDC: USB-to-UART communications...
USB-RS232 Automationdirect.com Not Provided Communications / Serial / Telephone Modems 6 ft. USB to RS-232C serial adapter cable transparently connects serial devices to PC applications via a USB port. USB-A male connector to 9-pin D-shell male connector. If needed, drivers can be downloaded from http://support.automationdirect.com/products/usbrs232.html (choose USB-RS232 adapter

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  • ADC1000-USB A/D Converter: Serial Port Interface Communications and Control Information
    The ADC1000-USB A/D Converter is a microcontroller-based A/D card that can communicate via the Universal Serial Bus (RS-232). This document contains the necessary command information for controlling the unit via RS-232 interface. For driver-level USB control information, refer to the OOIWinIP
  • Low Latency Driver to Access External EEPROM Using PIC18 Family Devices (.pdf)
    This application note is developed based on low latency design. It provides an algorithm, which is designed to use the SPI/I2C interrupts, to achieve the required communication and enable optimum processor usage. The algorithm is developed based on the PIC18 Master Synchronous Serial Port (MSSP
  • Configuring DT8x Data Loggers to Interface with Maple Displays via Modbus
    and DT85 models support Modbus communication via either the serial sensor port on the front of the logger (1Serial) which allows RS-232, RS-485 or RS-422 communications or the host serial port on the side of the logger (2Serial) which is RS-232 only. When using the front serial port, a custom cable
  • USB Embedded Host Stack
    of the predefined communication protocols. classes. Client drivers must be specifically written for these devices. Under the USB standard, USB devices may not communicate directly with each other. They may only The number of devices that can attach to a host can be communicate with a USB host which controls

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