CFARS232 Level Translator

Part Number: CFA-RS232


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CFARS232 Level Translator (CFA-RS232)


The CFA-RS232 Level Translator is a small printed circuit assembly that can be mounted on a compatible Crystalfontz Intelligent LCD Module. Less than one inch high and a little over one inch wide, the CFA-RS232 is an easy way to change to "full swing" RS232 serial interface on compatible modules that have "logic level", inverted serial interface.

For detailed CFA-RS232 specifications and connection information, see the datasheet under the Datasheets & Files tab on this website page.


For reference only. For design purposes, please use the specifications in the datasheet.

Physical Characteristics

Module Overall width height
millimeters 28.45 25.15
inches 1.120 0.990
Weight 6g


Operating Temperatures min max
Celsius -20° 70°
Fahrenheit -4° 158°
Humidity min max
Non-condensing 0% 90%

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Product Update #10856: Manufacturing Improvements

Product Affected: CFA-RS232
Date Issued: May 30, 2017
Summary: Manufacturing Improvements
Description: We have modified this board to remove an undocumented jumper (JP20) and changed the default jumpers from being closed with a solder blob to being closed with a small copper trace.
Reason: As part of our continuous improvement, the design of this product has been updated for ease of manufacturing
Impact: Revision change from 1.0 to 1.1
Recommendation: This revision should be a drop-in replacement. Please contact support if there are any questions. In-system testing is encouraged, as with any product update.
Availability: The new revision (Rev 1.1) will begin shipping as soon as the previous revision is depleted.
Price Change: There is no price change at this time