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    • RS Stock No. 429-307
    • Brand FTDI Chip
    • Mfr. Part No. TTL-232R-3V3
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    Kit ContainsUSB to TTL UART Serial Converter Cable
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    USB to TTL UART Converter Cables, FTDI Chip

    The FTDI Chip TTL-232R USB to Serial UART (TTL level) converter cables provide a simple and fast way to connect microcontroller UART I/O to USB.
    The TTL-232R contains a small internal electronic circuit board, which includes the FT232R which is, encapsulated in a type A USB connector, making the cable easy and straight forward to use. The FTDI Chip cables offer different connector types such as the 6 way Single in Line (SIL), 8 way keyed, Single in Line, audio jack and wire ended versions.

    Applications include USB industrial control, USB software/hardware Encryption dongles as well as USB instrumentation PC interface.

    · USB 2.0 full speed compatible
    · Length of cable (TTL-232R): 1.8 M
    · Output Power Voltage +5 V or +3.3 V
    · Data transfer rate up to 3 Mbaud at TTL levels
    · Unique serial number attached, used for security purposes whilst transferring files via cable
    · CE and FCC compliant
    · RoHS

    Serial I/O Peripherals

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    Not 3.3V!!
    This is totally stupid - it turns out only the signalling levels are 3.3V. VCC is still 5V! Why?!!


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