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USB to Serial Hub

USB to Serial Hub

The USB-to-serial hub provides one USB serial port upward for connection and communication with the computer, and four RS-232 serial ports downward for data communication with the lower serial port devices


The computer expands four RS-232 serial ports through the USB serial port, and virtualizes the corresponding virtual serial port in the computer through the driver software distributed with the USB-to-serial port hub. The host computer software only needs to communicate with the corresponding virtual serial port to realize the original data communication based on RS-232 serial port


USB to serial hub transmission rate 300-115200BPS

Features : 

The RS-232 serial port conforms to the EIARS-232 specification, and the maximum rate supports 115.2Kbps. The USB serial port conforms to the USB1.1/2.0 specification, and the maximum rate supports 12Mbps.

Support hot swap, plug and play function, no need to set DMA, IRQ, I/O, easy to use. Power is supplied by stealing power through the USB bus, or through an external power supply to ensure the stability and reliability of the device.

Using the British FTDI chip solution, the performance is stable and reliable.

Support Windows 95/2000/XP operating system, support Linux, MAC operating system.

Working mode: virtual serial port working mode, full-duplex communication

Transmission distance: within 15 meters for USB port, within 5 meters for RS232 serial port

Use environment: -20 degrees to 60 degrees, humidity 5%-95%

Interface features: USB conforms to USB1.1 and USB2.0 specifications, serial port conforms to EIA-RS232 protocol

Typical applications: campus monitoring system, intelligent community, intelligent building system, intelligent traffic control system, industrial control automation, factory data acquisition.

USB to Serial Hub

USB to RS-232 serial Hub

USB RS-232 serial port Hub



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