QS Series USB Interface Module Master Development System
The QS Series USB interface module lets you connect your device to a USB port. Use it to set up communication between a PC and a serial device such as a microcontroller, Linx RF module or legacy peripheral that has no native USB port.
- Develop quickly: prototyping area and PC interface allow rapid development of hardware and software
- Get help easily: call Linx for free technical support
- Connect serial devices: convert CMOS/TTL signals to USB and back again
- Ensure compatibility: Microsoft certified drivers work with Windows XP, Vista and 7 (32- and 64-bit)
- Integrate with ease: simple hardware configuration lets you translate data without programming
- 1 fully assembled development board
- 2 QS Series USB interface modules, including one on the board
- Demonstration software with documentation
- Master development system user’s guide
- QS Series documentation
- FCC Part 2 and Part 15 regulations
- Free technical support
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To order, please call +1 (800) 736-6677 or +1 (541) 471-6256 for callers outside the United States.
Manuals & Data Sheets
Drivers & Software
- QS Series Master Development Software
The latest software included in the QS Series master development system. Demonstrates the use and functionality of the QS Series USB module.
- QS EEPROM Programmer
The QS Series USB module can be programmed to display a custom name, description, and manufacturer ID as well as a unique serial number so that it can be distinguished from other modules on the same bus. The QS Series programmer is an executable that can program this information to the module's onboard EEPROM through the USB bus.
- QS Data Loop Example
This file contains the Visual Basic source code for a program that will send a string of characters to the QS Series USB module and read it back. This program requires that the DATA_IN and DATA_OUT lines on the module be connected together. The software makes use of the direct drivers and shows how to use the functions in a simple routine.