This is a 4-channel industrial USB to UART converter, offering 4 channels of concurrent and independent serial communication over USB in a robust metal enclosure.
The converter can be used with popular systems such as Windows 7/8/8.1/10/11, Mac, Linux and Android, requiring a single USB connection for all 4 channels. The unit is housed in an industrial alloy enclosure and uses a robust USB-B ('printer style') connection, making it ideal for industrial environments or repeated connections.
The unit includes ESD protection, an onboard resettable fuse, a protection diode and an IO protection circuit, providing over-current and over-voltage protection.
Wall or surface mounting is possible via the enclosure flanges. A USB-B cable and four custom squid wires are included in the package.
- Extends a USB connection to 4-channel TTL UART
- Industrial chip, allows concurrent and independent communication for each channel with flow control
- Onboard resettable fuse and protection diodes, ensures stable outputs and provides over-current/over-voltage protection
- Onboard IO protection circuit for surge suppression and ESD protection
- Onboard TTL serial port 3.3V and 5V voltage level switch, allows selecting TTL level
- Small size, easy installation
- Flexible installation, suitable for sorts of devices to extend TTL interfaces
- Reversed mounting holes
- Easy to wall or surface mount
- Industrial alloy enclosure with oxidation dull-polish surface
- Quality USB-B connection and IDC connector with fool-proof design
|Baudrate||1200bps ~ 460800bps|
|USB Port||Connector: USB-B|
|Protection: resettable fuse, ESD protection|
|UART Port||Connector: 6-pin fool-proof header|
|Protection: IO protection diode|
- 1x USB to 4 Channel UART converter
- 1x USB-B cable
- 4x 6-pin squid wires (~20cm)
LED Indicator Table
|PWR||Power indicator, lights up while the USB is connected and voltage is detected|
|RXD||Receiving indicator, lights up while the device port is receiving data|
|TXD||Sending indicator, lights up while the USB port is sending data|
|ACT||Status indicator, lights up while the converter is properly operating|
|VCC||5V or 3.3V output, configured by switch|
|TXD||Connecting to MCU.RXD|
|RXD||Connecting to MCU.TXD|
|RTS||Connecting to MCU.CTS|
|CTS||Connecting to MCU.RTS|