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Topic: Serial Commication RX/TX data bits 7 parity Even stop bit one (Read 5453 times) previous topic - next topic

AWOL

Even as a newbie, you must know that we cannot see what you can see.

So, why don't you share some details?

If it (whatever "it" is (there's a hint there)) works when you plug it into a PC (which most likely uses RS232 levels), then yes, it seems likely that you're going to need an adapter.
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westfw

If it works connected "directly to a PC", it will need some kind of converter in order to be connected directly to the arduino...

Artronix

Thanks for the reply.

There is not much details more then I shared already.

Its a multimeter model UNI-T UT61D.

It uses 7 parity Even stop bit one.


A converter something like this ?
http://img.dxcdn.com/productimages/sku_132934_2.jpg
https://daverobertson63.files.wordpress.com/2013/06/arduino_rs232.png

Circuit diagram
https://www.avrprogrammers.com/images/programmers/max-232.png

Regards

Tronix


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