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Re: Dimension Engineering SyRen 50

Postby Mertensbart20 » Thu 22. May 2014, 10:59

Hello Mat,

This is the usb to UART convertor I bought to communicate with the kanagaroo X2:

http://www.robotshop.com/en/cytron-usb- ... erter.html

Or at the manufacturer site:

http://www.cytron.com.my/viewProduct.php?pcode=UC00A

Greetings,
Bart
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Re: Dimension Engineering SyRen 50

Postby RacingMat » Thu 22. May 2014, 11:32

Hello!

Thanks for your answer Bart!
So I can use any USB to UART Converter :)
but I can't find inside the Kangaroo's specs the voltage of RX/TX pins: are they 3.3V level or 5V?...
(the device you linked is voltage configurable :? )

and plug it like this 2860

and so you confirm that I'm not forced to use DLink2 and its piece of software "Delight"...
I'm looking for simplicity and this looked uselessly too complicated :(
yours,
Mat
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Re: Dimension Engineering SyRen 50

Postby Mertensbart20 » Thu 22. May 2014, 21:59

Hallo Mat,

I would think it is 5V level because USB is 5V. Maybe you can find more information here:

http://www.dimensionengineering.com/sof ... ribe/html/

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