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Reading data from the DB9 port of a GTIL2
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Has anyone connected their own interface cable to a Ningbo Deye GTIL2 ?  Assuming there would be 3 pins involved - A, B and GND, would anyone know as to which pins of the DB9 that these would be ?  Finally, would anyone know the format that the exported data uses, or have an already completed Python script to parse the data extracted ?

While I read previously that the DB9 is for RS485, I did read a user here saying it was for RS232. Should I see something by using PuTTY ?

I think I really need to know the TX and RX pins most of all


Thanks in advance
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