Lightning Serial Cable (L2-DB9V)

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Connects a Lightning iPhone, iPad or iPod touch to RS-232 serial devices at baud rates up to 115.2 Kbps. Let your apps break out of the virtual world!


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This nifty cable works in conjunction with the Rsc Mgr SDK to allow you to write apps that harness the power of serial communication! Each cable breaks out the Lightning IOS connector into an easy to use DB9 format. Hookup your Arduino or other serial enabled device to allow your Iphone to communicate and interact with the physical world.

Hop on over to the Redpark FAQ for more details.

Length: 4 feet

This Cable is licensed under the Made for iPod (MFI) program for enterprise, education and personal use.

Please Note: Under current Apple policy this cable may not be used with apps sold on the App Store.

 


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