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  • StarTech NM9MM DB9 RS232 Serial Null Modem Adapter - Male to Male
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StarTech NM9MM DB9 RS232 Serial Null Modem Adapter - Male to Male

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Description+

Serial communication has been used by computers for many years though it is not as widely used in today’s market. When most people refer to serial, they think of the DB9 cable.

It is referred to as DB9 because it carries nine pins within it. There is also DB25 in the serial family, which obviously carries 25 pins. DB9 was typically used for devices such as gamepads, mice, keyboards, or other such interface devices.

The StarTech NM9MM null modem adapter features two DB9 serial male connectors on either end to allow you to connect two female serial cables together. This is a great cost-saving way to convert a straight through cable into a null modem cable.

Null modems are usually used to connect DTE (data terminal equipment) like terminals or printers together using an RS-232 cable. Originally, the RS-232 standard was developed and used for teleprinter machines that could communicate with each other over phone lines. This was so that you wouldn’t have to use an actual modem for transferring information between the two devices.

Features+

Specs+

  • Connector A: (1) DB-9 (9 pin; D-Sub) Male
  • Connector B: (1) DB-9 (9 pin; D-Sub) Male
  • RoHS Compliant
  • ISO 9001

Reviews+

Serial communication has been used by computers for many years though it is not as widely used in today’s market. When most people refer to serial, they think of the DB9 cable.

It is referred to as DB9 because it carries nine pins within it. There is also DB25 in the serial family, which obviously carries 25 pins. DB9 was typically used for devices such as gamepads, mice, keyboards, or other such interface devices.

The StarTech NM9MM null modem adapter features two DB9 serial male connectors on either end to allow you to connect two female serial cables together. This is a great cost-saving way to convert a straight through cable into a null modem cable.

Null modems are usually used to connect DTE (data terminal equipment) like terminals or printers together using an RS-232 cable. Originally, the RS-232 standard was developed and used for teleprinter machines that could communicate with each other over phone lines. This was so that you wouldn’t have to use an actual modem for transferring information between the two devices.

  • Connector A: (1) DB-9 (9 pin; D-Sub) Male
  • Connector B: (1) DB-9 (9 pin; D-Sub) Male
  • RoHS Compliant
  • ISO 9001