Inexpensive USB port saver! Simple, tiny USB to UART converter with digital isolator working between 2.5V and 5V up to 3MboudDesigned by DUPPA, Ships from Italy
This project has been successfully founded on KickStarter! What is it? It's a USB to UART converter with a digital isolator at the UART side. It has a micro USB for connecting to the PC and a 6 pin...Read More…
It's a USB to UART converter with a digital isolator at the UART side. It has a micro USB for connecting to the PC and a 6 pin header with the same pin-out of the Arduino Pro mini board.
I was using a cheap USB serial converter, but sometimes they didn't work correctly and I was losing time. The chip FT231X is used as interface between the USB and the UART protocol, while the Si8642 is used for isolate the board from the PC. This converter is very useful if you are working on some projects and worrying about short circuit with the main power supply. Because the isolator isolates the two sides therefore there is no electrically connection.
|CTS||Clear To Send||input||same of +|
|+||Positive power supply||Input||2.5V - 5V|
|TX||UART TX||output||same of +|
|RX||UART RX||input||same of +|
|DTR||Data Terminal Ready||output||same of +|
Check out our experiment with the main power supply: https://youtu.be/ReD4d7x2Pao
Also other versions are available in my store
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|Shipping Rate||First item||Additional items|
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