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The function characteristic of the new cable from FTDI USB

The following paragraph of this article will introduce the function characteristic of the new cable from FTDI USB.

FTDI USB's new cable can be used to provide selectable from 1.8V to 5.0V power output to power external circuits.

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The FTDI USB data cable integrates FTDI's USB2.0 to UART converter chip FT232R and related circuits in the USB connector of the data cable. This cable from FTDI USB has the complete USB protocol inside the control device—that is, the user does not need to know the USB protocol.

The UART interface of this data cable from FTDI USB supports data transfer at the fastest 3Mbps. Using the FTDI USB's Virtual Serial Port (VCP) driver, users can easily treat the UART interface as a virtual COM port that can be accessed by existing software applications without redesigning. The D2XX driver for FTDI USB also supports application development using high-level software languages.

Through the above introduction and analysis of the function characteristic of the new cable from FTDI USB, hope it helps you.

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