[Micronet] Keyspan Serial Adapter

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[Micronet] Keyspan Serial Adapter

erol
I’m needing a serial to USB adapter to connect a serial device to a Mac.  Keyspan serial adapters are recommended.  Does anyone out there have any Keyspan serial adapters lying around unused?

Thanks,

Erol Kepkep
 
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Re: [Micronet] Keyspan Serial Adapter

Jay Bryon
Keyspan isn't a bad way to go, but any usb-serial adapter based on a FTDI chip will likely work just fine.  The drivers are quite stable.  

This is my current favorite, if you end up needing to get one:

-Jay


On Fri, Oct 3, 2014 at 1:20 PM, <[hidden email]> wrote:
I’m needing a serial to USB adapter to connect a serial device to a Mac.  Keyspan serial adapters are recommended.  Does anyone out there have any Keyspan serial adapters lying around unused?

Thanks,

Erol Kepkep

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