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- USB to serial Adapter / Converter -
with PDA support (driver) particularly for Toshiba e33/35x, 74/75x.
use with PC with USB port (but no Serial port) to connect to serial devices such
as PDA for serial hotsync, mobile phone (data cable required) for data access,
and GPS (serial cable required) for mapping software and data exchange.
the popular Prolific PL-2303 USB to Serial Bridge
Controller (used by most makes of USB>Serial
Converter), it is compatible with all recent
OS (WinXP, 2K, ME, 98) and most makes of PC.
have made this specially small and short which is ideal for Laptop use, and for
Toshiba e740 through our special USB
Host Adapter to connect to various GPS. This is probably the only USB>Serial
adapter that supports Toshiba PPC as newer controllers
do not have the drivers.
If you only need one for PC and
will not need to use with PPC you can buy the newer/smaller/lighter/cheaper model
USB to Serial Converter |
Small, light and compact,
ideal for laptop and PPC use.
of driver, it adds a virtual com as if it was in the PC.
length is only 14cm and weigh less than 30gm.
was the shortest, lightest and thinnest USB>Serial converter in the world before
we introduced the newer USB2SX.
Drivers supplied for WinXP, 2K, ME 98 and e740 PPC
for Postage/delivery methods and cost.
see our terms/conditions of sale and other information.
When I connect USB2S
with a GPS, Windows detects Microsoft Ballpoint device then the mouse cursor on
screen becaomes erratic, what happens and what should I do?
can happen sometimes with cables using PL-2303 controller, particularly if you
connect all cables before you switch on computer, or you connect USB2S
and GPS cable and then insert USB2S into USB
1. Disconnect USB2S
and GPS cables.
2. Reboot computer
3. Connect ONLY USB2S
to USB port
4. Connect GPS cable
should now work normally.
I connect a GPS with
PC serial cable to USB2S, everything seems to be OK but the GPS software cannot
detect the GPS?
USB>Serial Converter driver installs a virtual
port AFTER all physical com port in the PC (if any), internal modem, AND
othe virtual com ports (such as mobile phone modems) you may have installed. So
the com port installed may be 3, or 4, or 7,8 etc.
Most GPS software can only
be configured to use com 1 to 4, some even can only use com 1. So you have to
re-assign (re-arrange) the com port that USB2S
uses, and the one that your GPS software uses so that they match.
enquiries, please write to: info-pcm @ pc-mobile.net