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Converter Card, USB to RS-485, 6 to 48MHz Clock Multiplier

USB485 - Converter Card, USB to RS-485, 6 to 48MHz Clock Multiplier

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Manufacturer Part No:
USB485
Newark Part No.:
78M6647
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Product Information

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RS485
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USB
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Product Overview

The USB485 is an USB to RS-485 Converter Card allows the user to get acquainted with the unit by providing the necessary cabling to add the optional pushbutton and optical sensor. Allows the user to connect the R256 and R356 controllers to a PC via standard USB port. UART I/F supports 7/8-bit data, 1/2 stop bits and odd/even/mark/space/no parity. Data rate 300 to 250kbaud 384-byte receive buffer/128-byte transmit. Integrated 6 to 48MHz clock multiplier PLL, USB 1.1 and USB 2 compatible. Supports Microsoft Windows 98/98Se/ME/2000/XP/7 operating systems.
  • Buffer for high data throughput
  • Auto transmit buffer control
  • Integrated power-on-reset circuit

Applications

Communications & Networking

Contents

USB485 USB to RS-485 Converter Card

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