Part#: 2101

SeaLINK+232

USB to 1-Port RS-232 DB25 Serial Interface Adapter

$69.00

Description

The 2101 USB serial I/O product provides a single USB to RS-232 serial port for providing USB connectivity to legacy or non-USB compliant devices via a DB-25 connector. SeaLINK® serial interface adapters support standard PC data rates up to 460K bps to provide you with the horsepower your serial I/O applications require.

Sealevel’s SeaCOM USB software drivers and utilities make installation and operation easy using Microsoft Windows and Linux operating systems. After installing the software, simply connect the SeaLINK serial interface adapter to your USB port and the device is immediately recognized by the system as a standard serial port.

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The 2101 has a DB-25M connector. If you need a DB-9M connector, order the 2105R.

Additional information

Weight 1.5000 lbs
Dimensions 3.8 x 2.3 x 1.0 in
Family

Communications Chip

Dimensions

Electrical Interface

High Retention USB

Humidity Range

Host Interface(s)

Max Data Distance

Max Data Rate

Operating Temperature

# of Ports

Power Requirement

RoHS Compliant

Serial Connector(s)

Storage Temperature

USB Powered

USB Specification

  • • Compliant with RoHS and WEEE directives
  • • High speed UART with 128-byte Tx FIFO and 384-byte Rx FIFO
  • • Data rates to 460.8K bps
  • • All modem control signals implemented
  • • Hot-swappable
  • • Powered by USB connection
  • • Sealevel software supports Windows 98SE/ME/2000/XP/Vista and Linux operating systems
  • • DB-25M connector
  • • Includes 6′ USB device cable (Item# CA179)

Windows Software

Software: SeaCOM - Windows

Linux Software

Software: SeaCOM - Linux

Manual

Manual: 2101

1 review for SeaLINK+232

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Fx Worx

    Show Director / Pyrodigital Scripting software
    Our issue started when we moved to Windows 8, our USB to serial adapter (Rs232) would not support Windows 8, So we could not download our fireworks scripts to the firing computers. Brian at Sealevel suggested there Sea Link +232 (2101). It worked flawless right out of the box!
    As our scripting stations get upgraded to Windows 8, we will be using Sealevel for all of our data transfers!

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