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Exsys EX-47920
RS-232 to RS-232 Surge Protection & Optical Isolation
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Thank you for purchasing this RS232 (to RS232) Isolator and Surge Protector. It is designed
for your PC, workstation, thin client, or server to provide an instant isolation solution
for the RS232 serial devices. It provides a DB9 female connector (DCE, with 3-
wire signals, TXD, RXD, and GND) that can be connected directly to your PCís RS232
port. An external 5V DC power source should be applied to its input DC jack. The
power source can be supplied by either an AC power adapter or an USB-to-DC-Jack
conversion cable.
v Provides one RS232 to RS232 Adaption
v Supports up to 2,500Vrms Isolation for all RS232 Signals
v Supports 3 RS232 Signals (TXD, RXD, GND)
v Supports DB9 Female (DCE) to DB9 Male (DTE) Connector Conversion
v Supports Baud Rate up to 921.6 Kbps
v +5V DC External Power is Required, Powered by AC Adapter or USB Port with
and USB-to-DC-Jack Cable
v Compact Size for Critical Applications
v No Driver Required for All Operating Systems

Installing the Isolator and Surge Protector
Note: Since this isolator hardware unit should be powered by the external
power source, please connect the 5V AC power adapter or the USB-to-Power-DC-Jack
Conversion Cable to make sure the unit works properly. If you are using the USB-to-
Power-DC-Jack Cable instead of the AC adapter, please make sure that the USB port
is at Host side (the same side as the DB9 Female connector), DO NOT connected to
the USB port at the device side (the same side as the DB9 Male connector), otherwise,
the unit wonít work and the DC power was passed though the isolation circuits so the
isolator will not function properly.

RS-232 Isolator and Surge Protector
1. Use static electricity discharge precautions.
Remove possible static discharge potential from any objects that the converter
may come in contact with before installation. This can be accomplished by touching
a bare metal chassis rail after you have turned off the power.
2. Locate an unused RS232 port (with DB9 male connector, configured as
DTE), insert the DB9 female connector of the isolator on it
3. Installing RS232 cable
Connect the RS232 cable from the Isolatorís DB9 male connector to the RS232
4. Connect the 5V AC Adapter or USB-to-Power-DC-Jack Conversion Cable
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