DB9 Female Solder Connector
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These DB9 Female Solder Connectors are used to terminate the connection type of a cable. They can easily be soldered to a custom length cable as well as create a custom pinout, creating a permanent and durable connection for all applications. These connectors are made with high-quality materials to ensure durability and a long life.
- DB9 Female
- Solder Type
- 9 Pins
- Gold-Plated Contacts
- Tinned Copper Shell
- Nickel Thermoplastic Insulator
- 5 Amp
What are D-Sub connectors?
D-Sub connectors are named after their D-shaped form. They come in a variety of pin numbers to fit your computer application needs.
Are D-Sub and Serial Connectors the same?
Yes, they are the same thing.
What are the advantages of using a solder connector?
When using solder connectors, it is a more permanent solution as compared to crimp connectors. You do not have to worry about pins being pulled out on solder connectors which can happen in crimp connectors. For this reason, soldering can be more reliable.
What are the advantages of using a crimp connector?
Using crimp connectors is often just as reliable as solder connectors, but they take less time to install. Installation is as simple as squeezing a crimping tool to secure the connection.
What are the benefits of using a plastic metalized plastic or metal hood for my connector?
Plastic hoods are the most economical option when constructing D-Sub connectors. Metalized plastic hoods provide shielding against EMI/RFI interference while still being an economical option. Metal hoods provide durability as well as shielding against EMI/RFI interference.
What all do I need to assemble a DB9 Connector?
You only need a few things to make a DB9 Connector. There are two types you can choose from; solder type or crimp type.
Solder Type: To make a solder type connector you will need either a male or female solder type connector, a DB9 hood (metal or plastic depending on your preference), a DB9 grommet, and a soldering iron.
Crimp Type: To make a crimp type connector you will need either a male or female crimp type connector, D-Sub crimp pins to match the gender of your connector, a DB9 hood (metal or plastic depending on your preference), a DB9 grommet, and a D-Sub crimp tool.
Common Null Modem Pinout
|Signal Name and Abbreviation||DB25 Pin||DB9 Pin||Direction||DB9 Pin||DB25 Pin||Signal Name Abbreviation|
|Request to Send||RTS||4||7||→||8||5||CTS|
|Clear to send||CTS||5||8||←||7||4||RTS|
|Data Set Ready||DSR||6||6||←||4||20||DTR|
|Data Carrier Detect||DCD||8||1|
|Data Terminal Ready||DTR||20||4||→||1||8||DCD|
Common Serial Modem Pinout
|Signal Name||DB25 Pin||DB9 Pin||Direction|
|Request to Send||4||7||→|
|Clear to Send||5||8||←|
|Data Set Ready||6||6||←|
|Data Carrier Dectect||8||1||←|
|Data Terminal Ready||20||4||→|
Straight Through Pinout
|DB37 Pin||DB25 Pin||DB15 Pin||DB9 Pin|