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This is the documentation page for the FT245RL breakout board.  
 
This is the documentation page for the FT245RL breakout board.  
  
== overview ==
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== Overview ==
  
 
The FT245RL breakout board has an USB connector and a 20-pin IO connector. The brains of the PCB, of course, is an FT245RL chip.
 
The FT245RL breakout board has an USB connector and a 20-pin IO connector. The brains of the PCB, of course, is an FT245RL chip.
  
== pinout ==
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== External resources ==
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== Pinout ==
  
 
The 20 pin connector is connected as follows  
 
The 20 pin connector is connected as follows  
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2-3: 5V<br>
 
2-3: 5V<br>
  
== future hardware enhancements ==
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== Future hardware enhancements ==
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== Changelog ==
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1.1
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* Initial public release

Latest revision as of 16:52, 6 November 2015

FT245RL breakout board

This is the documentation page for the FT245RL breakout board.

Overview

The FT245RL breakout board has an USB connector and a 20-pin IO connector. The brains of the PCB, of course, is an FT245RL chip.

External resources

Pinout

The 20 pin connector is connected as follows

1GND
2GND
3D1
4D5
5D2
6D7
7D0
8D4
9D3
10D6
11WR
12RD#
13RXF
14TXE#
15NC
16NC
17NC
18NC
19VCC
20VCC
  • led1 (near the bottom) is connected to VCC

Jumper settings

IO and supply voltage to 20-pin connector
1-2: 3V3
2-3: 5V

Future hardware enhancements

Changelog

1.1

  • Initial public release