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USB to multi-serial port debugger RS232,  TTL,  RS485

 

This debugging tool serial port can work at the same time, very practical
 
The USB interface conforms to the USB2.0 specification

Serial port conforms to ANSI/EIA-232 standard and EIA-485 standard
 
2 RS232 interfaces, including 2 TTL and 2 RS485 interfaces
 
Use environment: temperature -20°C—60°C, humidity 5%—95%
 
Transmission rate: 300bps—921600bps
 
Voltage characteristics: Compatible with 3.3V and 5V voltage
 
Function: The mutual transfer between USB, TTL, RS232 and RS485 can be realized through USB

 


USB to multi-serial port debugger RS232,  TTL,  RS485

USB to  RS232 interfaces, TTL interface and 2 RS485 interfaces

 

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