Acces I/O have made some big improvements to their USB to Serial Converter range.
The USB-232, USB-422, USB-485 and USB-422/485 have been replaced with three functionally equivalent models which have a significantly higher operating temperature and strengthened housing, making them ideally suitable for use in industrial and military environments.
The new USB to serial IND series are rugged, industrial, serial communications adapters designed for use in demanding real-world applications such as transportation, military, embedded control systems, remote data acquisition, mobile, and more. These intelligent modules provides a cost-effective solution for transferring high-speed asynchronous serial data over USB.
These converters can be used in a range of useful applications, such as with Printers, Scales, Transportation, Barcode Readers, Mobile, GPS Devices, Point of Sale and Medical functions. See below for details, or download the product datasheet on the appropriate product page.
|Feature||Old Models||New Models|
|Operating Temperature||0℃ to +50℃||-40℃ to +85℃|
|LED to indicate activity||Yes||No|
|Integrated 6 Ft Shielded Cable||Standard Temp Cable||Extended Temp Cable|
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