4 Replies Latest reply on Feb 12, 2015 3:43 AM by mhahn

    DB9 to 3.5 mm jack

    nemam

      Hi developments and makers,

      I’m trying to make a connection through the UART connector on my intel galileo Board GEN1.

      I do not want to build the cable, therefore, I am looking for ebay or amazon buy the cable.

      I wonder if this cable works to make that connection:

      http://icecat.us/en/p/c2g/87188/cable-interface-gender-adapters-0757120871880-0.5m+DB9+-+3.5mm+m-f-19569293.html

      Or as I could know that it works.

      thank you very much.

        • 1. Re: DB9 to 3.5 mm jack
          Intel_Alvarado

          Hi nemam

           

          To make a serial cable, you need these two cables:

          -USB to RS232

          -RS232 to 3.5 mm Jack

           

          These two cables look like this:

          gen1cables0.jpg gen1cables1.jpg

           

          Regards

          Sergio

          • 2. Re: DB9 to 3.5 mm jack
            mhahn

            but be careful: on the RS232 to audio jack there are different versions available afaik.

            I think somewhere in this forum there were links to purchase the cable

            • 3. Re: DB9 to 3.5 mm jack
              nemam

              hi mhahn,

              yes, I know this, but my problem the other links where you can buy this cable, no send to Spain or the prize is very expensive for me because I thave to pay customs fees.

               

              In conclusion, How do you know this cable? I try datasheet but I don't know if it works fine.

               

              Thank you and regards. Mamen

              • 4. Re: DB9 to 3.5 mm jack
                mhahn

                sorry, don't know

                I remember, we purchased a cable which looked right but didn't work as the internal wiring wasn't fitting. How the wiring needs to look should be covered in other threads within this forum.

                 

                Anyways, maybe you don't need the cable? what for do you need it? If it's just to enter the system you could do via ssh or use the USB serial which is used for Arduino sketches (I think it's described elsewhere as well how to achieve this)