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3.5mm to 3.5mm audio cable for RS232

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3 hours ago, Crustyloafer said:

Would have to be a crossover as Tx on Controller needs to be connected to Rx on device being controlled and vice versa.

Not necessarily...

On EA-series controllers, you can dynamically change the null modem setting on the 3.5" serial ports.

Once the serial port is connected (bound) in ComposerPro, the option to change them to null modem is enabled on the Properties page of the controller driver.

RyanE

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12 minutes ago, RyanE said:

Not necessarily...

On EA-series controllers, you can dynamically change the null modem setting on the 3.5" serial ports.

Once the serial port is connected (bound) in ComposerPro, the option to change them to null modem is enabled on the Properties page of the controller driver.

RyanE

Good to know Ryan, thanks for this.

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8 hours ago, RyanE said:

Not necessarily...

On EA-series controllers, you can dynamically change the null modem setting on the 3.5" serial ports.

Once the serial port is connected (bound) in ComposerPro, the option to change them to null modem is enabled on the Properties page of the controller driver.

RyanE

Not to mention that it depends on what you're connecting to. A lot of devices actually require straight through connection (in other words the device connections already flip rx and tx, so the CABLE needs to NOT cross).

 

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