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This is the documentation page for the FT311D breakout board.  
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This is the documentation page for the FT311D breakout board. The can be bought in the [http://www.bitwizard.nl/shop/breakout-boards/ft331d-breakout-board BitWizard shop].
  
 
== overview ==
 
== overview ==

Revision as of 12:28, 2 November 2015

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This is the documentation page for the FT311D breakout board. The can be bought in the BitWizard shop.

overview

The FT311D breakout board has an USB connector, one 12-pin IO connector. The brains of the PCB, of course, is an FT311D chip.

External resources

using the board

The board can not be powered from your mobile phone, you will need to supply 5V on the 5V header pin. This will also charge your phone.

This board is compatible with AOA (Android Open Accessory), and for example the PodMode app.

pinout

The 12-pin connector is connected as follows:

5V3V3
USB ERROR#(jumpered)TEST0
IOBUS6IOBUS5
IOBUS4IOBUS3
IOBUS2IOBUS1
IOBUS0GND

LEDS

  • The only LED is a power LED

Jumper settings

  • The jumpers are, from left to right, for CNFG2, CNFG1, and CNFG0. Placing a jumper connects the config pin to GND, removing it leaves the pin open. Please see the datasheet for the correct jumper settings.

future hardware enhancements

  • jumper to be able to disconnect the 5V header pin from the 5V USB pin

Changelog

1.1

  • Initial public release