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Evaluation Board, Single Chip USB to RS232 UART Data Transfer, Certified Full Speed USB2.0

NXP EVBUSB2SER

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Manufacturer:
NXP NXP
Manufacturer Part No:
EVBUSB2SER
Newark Part No.:
45T2325

Product Overview

The EVBUSB2SER board is part of NXP's solutions for communication, and provides another way to connect your embedded system via USB. The evaluation board is a communication bridge between the USB and serial data, which can be any RS232/RS485 or TTL. The evaluation board supports baud rates from 300bps through 115200bps, 8 data bits, odd or even parity, 1 or 2 stop bits, software (xon/xoff) and hardware flow control.
  • Single chip USB to RS232 UART data transfer
  • Certified full speed USB 2.0 support
  • 300bps to 115200bps UART with software Xon/Xoff and hardware flow control
  • 2.7v to 5.5v voltage operation
  • Available drivers for Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP and Linux Kernel 2.6.34 and higher

Applications

Communications & Networking

Product Information

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Interface
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USB to Serial Communication Interface
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NXP
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MCF5211
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Eval Board USB2SER
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