This is the easiest, most reliable USB to RS232 adapter I've used.
It got my 12-year-old Wacom ArtZ graphics tablet working on XP. The adapter replaces a PCI serial card, to free the slot for a sound card in a slot-challenged MB.
Works great for everything I've used it for, such as transferring files from an ancient laptop and communicating with other old serial devices I hadn't used in years.
Plug and play install, windows 7 and 10 recognized. Length is perfect for my setup. Sturdy, doesn't feel cheap.
Retains Com Settings Compatible with every device I have connected to
Supplied driver disk has the correct latest driver on it. Plugged it in, installed the driver from the disk and it works, works right and continues to do so.
The adapter cable is great. It has everything integrated into the DB9 connector. I just plugged it in and went to work.
have not used it yet.
- Price - Facilitate console redirection on server hardware
Works as advertised. Used it to hook up my older UPS/UPS software via serial connection. No issues. I did need the driver CD.
Linux support, low price, works well. Built-in USB cable is long. I haven't had any reliability problems with it.
Brings serial ports on my ASRock X99 WS out to the rear panel, where I have one hooked up to my Cyber Power UPS for monitoring purposes. Ribbon cables are more than long enough for the job and need to be dressed after installation. Price is perfect.
Works as described.
Nothing much except it works