Will this RS-232 to Bluetooth Adapter work for programming ?

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·Also, Will I need a NULL modem adapter ?


http://www.neteon.net/prod.asp?pc=107&p=144&pcn=Serial%20to%20Bluetooth

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  • edited February 2006 Posts: 0Vote Up0Vote Down
    Please do not post duplicate messages, this is identical to the one posted in the Robotics forum. Refer to the Forum Guidlines for rules on posting (rule 6).


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  • edited February 2006 Posts: 11Vote Up0Vote Down
    Couldn't decide on where to post it...Robot or Stamp...I deleted the Robot one...

    I also found one more:

    Pin 9 SRI Optional power input (3.3 to 5.0 Vdc)

    If so, how do you get 5v to the pin9 of the RS-232 on the Stamp II ?

    Power Mechanisms
    The CSA operates from DC power and can be powered via one of two mechanisms:

    Supplying DC power to the power jack:

    - The acceptable supply voltage for normal operation ranges from 3.5 to 5.5 VDC, with an Absolute Maximum of 5.6V.
    - The Power supply must rise to its final voltage in less than 1mS.
    - For specifications of the power jack's physical connector, refer to SMK part # LGP3131-0111 at http://www.smk.co.jp.

    From Pin 9 of the DB-9 Connector: The acceptable supply voltage ranges from 3.5 to 12 VDC (Absolute Maximum 12V). The CSA was not intended to be connected directly to a vehicle's electrical system although a cigarette lighter adapter/DC charger is permissible.


    http://www.socketcom.com/product/CS0400-479.asp?View=Specs
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