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'[EE] FTDI-equipped USB-Serial cables?'
2005\01\28@152129 by Bob Blick

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Does anyone know what brands of USB-Serial converters use the FTDI chips?
I have been playing hit-and-miss (actually almost completely miss) and
some of the ones out there are really bad (IOGEAR GUC232A with PL2303 chip
is particularly bad on my laptop)

Something available in the US by mail-order or the usual retailers.

Thanks,

Bob


2005\01\28@153701 by Rob Young

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> Does anyone know what brands of USB-Serial converters use the FTDI chips?
> I have been playing hit-and-miss (actually almost completely miss) and
> some of the ones out there are really bad (IOGEAR GUC232A with PL2303 chip
> is particularly bad on my laptop)
>
> Something available in the US by mail-order or the usual retailers.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Bob
>

http://www.dlpdesign.com

And possibly Dontronics might have something similar.

2005\01\28@160216 by Bob Axtell

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Rob Young wrote:

>> Does anyone know what brands of USB-Serial converters use the FTDI
>> chips?
>> I have been playing hit-and-miss (actually almost completely miss) and
>> some of the ones out there are really bad (IOGEAR GUC232A with PL2303
>> chip
>> is particularly bad on my laptop)
>>
>> Something available in the US by mail-order or the usual retailers.
>>
>> Thanks,
>>
>> Bob
>>
>
> http://www.dlpdesign.com
>
> And possibly Dontronics might have something similar.

Dontronics does indeed.

--Bob

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2005\01\28@180951 by Charles Rogers

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----- Original Message -----
From: "Bob Blick"
Subject: [EE] FTDI-equipped USB-Serial cables?


> Does anyone know what brands of USB-Serial converters use the FTDI chips?

>
> Something available in the US by mail-order or the usual retailers.



Bob:
I just recently purchased a USB to Serial converter for $9 USD and
shipping was included.  Don't know what chip is in it but it works great
on my HP laptop.  Try  http://www.acortech.com  for this item.

If you are the guy who made the propella clock then I kinda need
to converse with you about that also.

Charles
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2005\01\28@183419 by Bob Blick
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> I just recently purchased a USB to Serial converter for $9 USD and
> shipping was included.  Don't know what chip is in it but it works great
> on my HP laptop.  Try  http://www.acortech.com  for this item.

Hi Charles, thanks for the info - $9 seems worth it for the experiment. I
typed in "pricewatch" for a coupon code and it gave me free shipping :)

> If you are the guy who made the propella clock then I kinda need
> to converse with you about that also.

Guilty as charged! What's up?

Cheerful regards,

Bob


2005\01\28@192211 by Charles Rogers

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>
> > If you are the guy who made the propella clock then I kinda need
> > to converse with you about that also.
>
> Guilty as charged! What's up?
>
> Cheerful regards,
>
> Bob


Have been trying quite some time now to find a suitable
motor for the propella clock, with no luck.   Have bought
and scraped several old Sharp VCR's, no luck there
either.  Would be willing to buy one at any reasonable
price, in fact I might buy more than one.
The clock is a very intriguing project and would like
very much to build it.  ANY  suggestion you might
have would much appreciated.

Charles R.

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