LinkSprite RS232 Shield V2 for Arduino (Retired)
You may be privy to the fact that the Arduino micro controller only has a USB port and a TTL UART interface, so if you happen need an RS232 port directly connected to your Arduino, we’re here to kindly solve that problem with the LinkSprite RS232 Shield V2 for Arduino!
The RS232 serial port used to be the standard connection for most peripheral ports on PCs, but now the port is primarily used on industrial equipment and automation prototyping, with the RS232 Shield and its DB9 connector, you can now easily access those elements straight from your Arduino. WOOHOO!
This rev of the RS232 Shield provides you with the option to choose between two pins from an Arduino (D0 to D7) as software serial ports to communicate with RS232 Shield. Also headers are included with this shield but will need to be soldered on by the end user.
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LinkSprite RS232 Shield V2 for Arduino
Arduino-Shield with Stackable Headers
Forwards the TX/RX-Pins of the Arduino-Mikroprozessor (ATmega) to a 9 Pin Female DSUB-Connector
No special software/library required
TX and RX LED