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How to create an old RS232 Serial Com Port on New PC Device?

Posted by S Lam on

 

This is a life example of how our buyer use our items. All the info and photos are originated from our buyer.

 

Connector A:

  • Digital mixing console

Connector B:

  • Motherboard of PC

Review:

I have been trying to revive an old Mackie digital mixing console with modern computer parts, but it requires older connectors that are not often found on newer PCs. It needs a 9-pin D-Sub connector in order to run the faders and buttons. Most modern motherboards do not have this connector, but some have a header that will allow you to connect an adapter. Wavertec had the right adapter for this project. The cable was long enough to fit over an expansion card near the header, and the bracket feels sturdy. The connector works perfectly, and this mixing console will continue to live on.

 

Above info is from Buyer:

  • Alan S

 

Item Info.:
Motherboard DB9 RS232 Pinout to Com Serial Port Cable with Blackplate

 

If you have an motherboard with USB 3.0 20 Pin, you might consider the following items to expend the PC function:

Motherboard USB 3.0 20 Pin to 9 Pin Adapter. Convert back to old 9 pin so that you can use some of your existing add on

5.25 inch DVD Replacement to Multi Media Front Panel USB Hub SATA eSATA Card Adapter

3.5 inch Floppy Disk Replacement to USB C USB A 3.0 & Headset-Mic

3.5 inch Floppy Disk Replacement to Front Panel USB Hub Multi Card Adapter

 

 


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