The name of a standard (created by the Electronics Industry Association) for communication between a computer and a serial device.
An EIA serial digital interface standard specifying the electrical and mechanical characteristics of the communication path between two devices using 25-pin D-type connectors. This standard is used for relatively short range control data communications.
An electrical standard for the interconnection of equipment established by the Electrical Industries Association; the same as the CCITT code V.24. RS-232C is used for serial ports.
A technical specification published by the Electronic Industries Association (EIA) that established mechanical and electrical interface requirements between terminals, computers, modems and communications lines.
communications: A standard for communication between computers and peripheral devices. The Mac uses RS-422A (which is different but fully compatible) to connect some devices. The types of connector over which RS-whatever travels can vary substantially.
The EIA specification for serial data communication interface. Also see serial port and null modem cable.
A standard that describes the physical interface and protocol for relatively low-speed serial data communications. It is used in PCs to talk to and exchange data with modems and other serial devices.
A standard that describes the physical interface and protocol for relatively low - speed serial data communication between computers and related devices. ("C" is the current version).
A popular serial data communications protocol. This standard specifies signal levels, data formats, maximum transmission distance, etc. commonly used in micro computers and stand-alone motion, CNC, and robotic controllers.
RS-232C better known as serial communication standard, is the protocol of communication used by most, if not all, projectors, to communicate with popular control systems. With Mitsubishi's ProjectorView device, the RS232c or serial port can readily be assigned and IP address, enabling the connected Mitsubishi projector to be controllable and monitored through a web-based browser.
An interface between a computer and a serial device, i.e. printer.
A data communications standard that encodes a string of information on a single line in a time sequential format. The standard specifies the proper voltage and time requirements so that different manufacturers devices are compatible.
RS-232C defines a data interface between a piece of data terminal equipment (DTE) and a piece of Data Communication Equipment (DCE). The specification limits the interconnection distance to 50 feet. The standard establishes the voltages and functions of signals on a 25 pin connector.
A common point-to-point hardware configuration for serial communications.
A standardized connection system for connecting a device to the serial port of a computer or terminal. This is the recommended standard of the Electronic Industries Association (EIA) for exchanging information between Data Terminal Equipment (such as computers) and Data Communications Equipment (such as modems).
The de-facto industry standard for 9 or 25-pin serial interfaces that connect devices with various types of peripheral equipment.
The RS-232-C is the third version of the RS-232 standard, which is functionally identical to the CCITT V.24 standard. It is an Electronic Industries Association (EIA) serial digital interface standard specifying the characteristics of the communication path between two devices using D-type connectors. It also specifies component connection standards with regard to computer interface