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An introduction to a new type of FTDI USB data cable


This article is about an introduction to a new type of FTDI USB data cable.

FTDI USB has a new USB to TTL serial UART cable. This cable is developed on the basis of the existing FTDI USB to TTL cable, this new version is introduced to support various I/O level expansion.

FTDI USB from China manufacturer

This cable from FTDI USB has a USB-to-serial PCB with a standard 'A-type USB connector installed and an asynchronous UART cable output port. Its goal is to provide USB connectivity in applications with serial UART ports. This cable from FTDI USB provides a quick and easy way to have a USB connection for this type of application with only minor changes to the user's existing software.

This cable from FTDI USB is available in various specifications for different I/O levels, including from 1.8V, +3.3V, +5.0V, or user-specified levels. FTDI USB provides a UART interface for devices such as MCUs, CPUs, or FPGAs over a wide range of voltage levels. The data line is powered by the FTDI USB interface and has an integrated voltage modulator, so designers do not need to provide external power or perform level shifting on their boards.

Through the above introduction and analysis of a new type of FTDI USB data cable, hope it helps you.

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