Arrived quickly, works well. Provides a robust connection compared to commonly used cable and FTDI board arrangement. If you encounter a problem getting these to work with Windows or OSx, check that the USB cable is not just a charging cable, obviously it needs to be fully connected. I had this problem and support from 8086 was quick and helpful. Recommended.
Cheap, simple, reliable, small. Not much more you can ask for in a USB to Serial adapter. It just works. No drivers to install on Window or Linux (Probably same for Mac, although I haven't tried). Standard FTDI style pinout and 5v power makes it for running things like the RC2014 kits. Oh, and super quick delivery too!
Shipped promptly, arrived in a reasonable amount of time (for the price I paid and the fact it went "across the pond"), and they work nicely. Beautiful craftsmanship - I can tell there is pride in what the seller does.
So far, I've been completely happy with my Cluster Triple. The documentation on 8086.net is top notch, so it was very easy for me to get all three CM+ devices imaged and booting, then go from there setting up Kubernetes, etc.
Thankful for some initial case/tray designs from the community, until there's something I can purchase, I'm happily using a custom Lego case.
This product is just as described -- a handy USB 2.0 connector set with headers for signal interception and interconnection. You'll know if you need one, but if you do, these well-made little boards are a very nice bench addition.
The easy way to add an eeprom to your HAT project. If a product is missing that eeprom, or for your own hardware, this little add-on add the feature for you. You may need to dig into documentation on the device tree, how to program eeprom, but you will need that anyway.
This is a great dongle to raspberry pi zero, great price and works smoothly, solderless, just plug and play! You can use just to power you raspberry pi or can use USB to device mode (what you think about turn your raspberry pi in a network card? usb to serial adatpter? or flash drive?) Thanks mister "8086 Consultancy" about this creation, amazing!