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    is RS-232 same as RS-232C? For ex. can I use my RS-232 data cable from my str6125 with Medion 3000? maybe some quick replay? Thanx...
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    There are several different specifications that are used to define RS-232: RS-232C, RS-232D; V24; V28 and V10, but they are all very similar and can be used to interface to each other. Additionally, RS232 communication can be used in either an asynchronous mode, which is the most common,
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    that's been very helpful and in time thanx sir cogil
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    Quote Originally Posted by xNowell View Post
    is RS-232 same as RS-232C? For ex. can I use my RS-232 data cable from my str6125 with Medion 3000? maybe some quick replay? Thanx...

    Hi,

    Short for recommended standard-232C, a standard interface approved by the Electronic Industries Alliance (EIA) for connecting serial devices. In 1987, the EIA released a new version of the standard and changed the name to EIA-232-D. And in 1991, the EIA teamed up with Telecommunications Industry association (TIA) and issued a new version of the standard called EIA/TIA-232-E. Many people, however, still refer to the standard as RS-232C, or just RS-232.

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    thanx, uve been very helpful, so, as i tryed and see, ur right, the cable is the same as long as is rd232
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