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Reddit reviews on Sabrent USB 2.0 to Serial (9-Pin) DB-9 RS-232 Adapter Cable 6ft Cable [FTDI Chipset] (CB-FTDI)

Sentiment score: 2
Reddit mentions: 7

We found 7 Reddit mentions of Sabrent USB 2.0 to Serial (9-Pin) DB-9 RS-232 Adapter Cable 6ft Cable [FTDI Chipset] (CB-FTDI). Here are the top ones.

Cable Length: 6 ft cableSide Connectors: Male ThumbscrewsSupports remote wake-up and power management - No IRQs, no IRQ conflictsProvides a 96 byte buffer for each upstream and downstream data transferCompatible with USB Specification v1.1(0) & USB CDC v1.1, USB 2.0

Found 7 comments on Sabrent USB 2.0 to Serial (9-Pin) DB-9 RS-232 Adapter Cable 6ft Cable [FTDI Chipset] (CB-FTDI):

u/ComputerSavvy · 2 pointsr/homelab

I use this inexpensive USB / DB9 adapter, it lets me talk to my Dataprobe iBootBar network enabled power switch just fine. Now, any of my computers can have a DB9 port.

On the Amazon review page for this cable, one user wrote:

"I recently purchased this product as a monitor extension cord to convert to my Mac. It was only after receiving it that I realized that there are more than one type of pen configurations for a monitor serial port."

"My suggestion would be that you make it very clear on this product that this is not the pin configuration that works with most traditional monitors."

Comedy gold, ya just gotta love those Mac users.

u/HerpieMcDerpie · 2 pointsr/amateurradio

It could be the cable. I had the same radio and recall the same issue.

In the end, I went with this cable:

Sabrent USB 2.0 to Serial (9-Pin) DB-9 RS-232 Adapter Cable 6ft Cable [FTDI Chipset] (CB-FTDI) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B006AA04K0/

And all was right in the world.

u/lutusp · 2 pointsr/linuxquestions

> I am trying to install a Vantec UGT-PCE10SR on a system running CentOS 7. I'm not entirely sure what's wrong but it is not working. Does anyone have a procedure to follow to install it?

Do you want to play with this card, or do you want to move ahead to the part where you have a serial interface? In other words, is this (A) an engineering exercise or (B) do you want a working serial interface?

If B, buy a USB to serial adaptor. They're cheap (less money than this device which will not work) and they are supported by Linux.

Example. I'm not promoting the linked product, it's just the first one I saw on Amazon.

u/TheUltimateSalesman · 1 pointr/arduino

I wasn't aware of that. The good news is, it's rs232 out of the scale, then I tested another cable that the 3pins that are supposed to transpose and extend, does just that, and then from that to a non-knockooff FTDI USB 2.0

I was a little concerned about the FTDI driver but I think the newer kernels have it built in?

u/nomar383 · 1 pointr/homeautomation

I guess some have better drivers than others from what I've read. Here is the one I have: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B006AA04K0/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_tMBFAb3KXSMGJ