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Serial to USB converter with Micro USB cable Micro USB Cable included with board Back view of USB to Serial Converter Alternate view of USB to Serial board USB to serial converter shown with caliper. The measurement reads 1.0665 inches. USB to serial converter shown with caliper. The measurement reads .6695 inches.
Serial to USB converter with Micro USB cable Micro USB Cable included with board Back view of USB to Serial Converter Alternate view of USB to Serial board USB to serial converter shown with caliper. The measurement reads 1.0665 inches.  USB to serial converter shown with caliper. The measurement reads .6695 inches.
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USB to Serial Converter
$10.95
Introduction:

FTDI TTL-232R USB to UART (Serial) Converter cable allows you to communicate through USB if you don't have a serial port.

Description:

This device will provide a Tx (Transmit) and Rx (Receive) functionality and 5 volt power from the computer through the USB. We have replaced the old version of this product to a newer, easier-to-use board that doesn't require soldering. Simply plug the micro USB cable into the board and the USB cable into your computer.

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