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MCP2200 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided and Software Support. Royalty-free drivers for Virtual Com Port (VCP) - Windows XP(SP2 and later)/Vista/7. Configuration utility for initial configuration Universal Asynchronous Receiver/Transmitter (UART). Support baud rates: 300 - 1000k (baud). Hardware flow control. UART signal polarity option...
USB-RS232 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 (choose USB-RS232 adapter
B-F3OMUX1 Not Provided Remanufactured / Programmable Controllers FACTS Bridge CPU, two non-isolated RS-232C/RS-422/RS-485 ports, interfaces DL305 I/O modules to a host computer with an OPTOMUX compatible driver, custom cable required.
F3-OMUX-2 Not Provided Programmable Controllers / DirectLogic Series PLCs (Micro to Small, Brick & Modular) / DirectLogic 305 (Small Modular PLC) / Specialty CPUs FACTS Bridge CPU, two isolated RS-422/RS-485 ports, interfaces DL305 I/O modules to a host computer with an OPTOMUX compatible driver, custom cable required.

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