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* $29.00 - [http://www.compsys1.com/workbench/  CompSys] (#A232DBH3v)
 
* $29.00 - [http://www.compsys1.com/workbench/  CompSys] (#A232DBH3v)
 
* AUD$25.00 - [http://www.digitalnemesis.com/products/rlc1/ Digital Nemesis] RLC-1 3V/5V RS232 Level Converter
 
* AUD$25.00 - [http://www.digitalnemesis.com/products/rlc1/ Digital Nemesis] RLC-1 3V/5V RS232 Level Converter
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* $23.99 - [http://www.tcniso.net/shop/product.php?productid=3 TCNiSO] RS-232 to TTL V2 Board
 
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Revision as of 11:19, 11 September 2007

Model Specific Directions

Power-architecture-logo.png MIPS Logo color.png ARM Logo hires.png How to add Serial Access
LS1 HD-HLAN v1
HD-H(G).jpg
For the LS1
KURO/HG KUROBOX
Kuro-box.jpg
For Kuro/HG
HG HD-HGLAN
HD-H(G).jpg
For the HG
LS2 HD-HLAN v2
HD-H(G).jpg
For the LS2
LSPRO
LS-GL
LS-Pro.jpg
Use Bottom Slot
KUROPRO KUROBOX Pro
Kuro-box pro.jpg

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. This cable is made by FTDI, but the pinout at the connector end would need to be reassigned

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