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! |The cheapest TTL/RS232 converter uses a [[wikibooks:Serial Programming:MAX232 Driver Receiver | MAX232]] with two serial channels for standard TTL 3V input.
 
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Revision as of 14:27, 18 August 2007

Model Specific Directions

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Level Shifter

Build your own TTL/RS232 or TTL/USB interface

Buy a TTL/RS232 or TTL/USB interface

The cheapest TTL/RS232 converter uses a MAX232 with two serial channels for standard TTL 3V input. The cheapest TTL/USB converter uses a chip by FTDI (the same chip is used in the SCON-KIT )
ET-MINI RS232 3V.jpg MM232R.jpg
This board is made by Futurelec, however the order is shipped from Thailand so it takes 2-3 weeks to get it. Future Technology Devices International Ltd. MM232R Mini USB- Serial UART Development Module

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