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Re: Basic Usage Questions: FT2232 breakout board

Reply #15
Well, you can get rid of some parts:
- DN1 is used for USB protection. USB port is already on the board so no need.
- BDBUS and BCBUS are used for RS232, no need to connect them.
- Rest of the components remaining are buffers and pullups. Theoretically you can do without them if your output has the same voltage as the target. All VCC is connected to 5V in this schematic.
Not sure but it may work. There is the possibility of voltage mismatch and damaging the target but...

Re: Basic Usage Questions: FT2232 breakout board

Reply #16
aha, I was wondering about those ic4-9, my target is 3v3 so maybe it should go.
I know there are one 3v3 line on the target that needs some resistors , so maybe it would go ok then.

Re: Basic Usage Questions: FT2232 breakout board

Reply #17
Just checked out the schematic, VCCIOs are 3.3 V so no problem there. It may be better to put some 20-27 ohm resistors in between.

Re: Basic Usage Questions: FT2232 breakout board

Reply #18
good day! bought module (FT2232H breakout) prompt pinout it? and what pinouts to connect to the receiver mozhit help you?

Re: Basic Usage Questions: FT2232 breakout board

Reply #19
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