FT232 USB Mini UART Board
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- Original FT232RL on board
- Supports Mac, Linux, Android, WinCE, Windows 7/8/8.1/10
- 3 power modes : 5V output, 3.3V output, or powered by target board (3.3V-5V)
- 3 LEDs: TXD LED, RXD LED, POWER LED
- Functional Pins
- TXD, RXD, RTS#, CTS# : Connected to on-board pin headers
- Further Pins : Accessible per drilled holes (separate pin headers can be used for easy connection to user system; the pitch is compatible with bread boards)
- VCCIO ↔ 3.3V or 5V output (the module is powered from USB, onboard jumper should be shorted to 3.3V or 5V)
- GND ↔ GND
- TXD ↔ MCU.RX (signal direction: MCU.RX << FT232 << PC.TX)
- RXD ↔ MCU.TX (signal direction: MCU.TX >> FT232 >> PC.RX)
- RTS ↔ MCU.CTS (signal direction: MCU.CTS << FT232 << PC.RTS)
- CTS ↔ MCU.RTS (signal direction: MCU.RTS >> FT232 >> PC.CTS)
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