Signal Adapters and Extenders
Products in category “Signal Adapters and Extenders”
This tiny logic level shifter features four bi-directional channels, allowing for safe and easy communication between devices operating at different logic levels. It can convert signals as low as 1.5 V to as high as 18 V and vice versa, and its four channels are enough to support most common bidirectional and unidirectional digital interfaces, including I²C, SPI, and asynchronous TTL serial.
This USB-to-serial adapter lets you easily connect a TTL serial device to a PC by acting as a virtual serial port. The board is a Micro-USB carrier for the Silicon Labs CP2104 USB-to-UART bridge that provides access to all of its control signal pins and GPIO pins.
The Pololu USB-to-serial adapter is a tiny unit that makes it easy to connect a microcontroller project to a PC. You can connect the adapter directly to a microcontroller without an RS-232-to-TTL level converter. It is USB 2.0-compatible and will work with your existing programs that interface with a serial port.
This USB to serial (RS-232) adapter lets you connect your RS-232 serial devices to a USB port on your PC or laptop.
This USB expansion board from CH Robotics is essentially a USB-to-serial adapter designed specifically for the UM7 and UM7-LT Orientation Sensors. It includes a 5-pin cable that works with the connectors on the UM7 and UM7-LTs and a USB A-to-Mini-B cable for connecting to your computer.
This deluxe serial port adapter (RS-232 adapter) converts logic-level signals to the higher voltages required for RS-232 and similar serial ports. Unlike competing units, the Pololu serial adapter operates over a 3-5.5 V supply range and gives you access to all eight of the signal lines available on a DB9 connector, including five transmit lines and three receive lines.
This item is the partial kit version of the 23201a serial adapter. All surface-mount components are assembled; the 0.1″ breakaway male header strip and DB9 connector are included but not soldered.
This I²C extender board from SJTbits enables the operational range of an I²C bus to be extended significantly. By transparently converting the data and clock lines to differential signals and back, they allow I²C devices to communicate at distances of over a hundred feet.