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== FTDI chips ==
== FTDI chips ==
* [[FT201X]]
* [[FT201X]] USB I2C slave
* [[FT220X]]
* [[FT220X]] USB 4-bit SPI/FT1248
* [[FT221X]]
* [[FT221X]] USB 8-bit SPI/FT1248
* [[FT230X]]
* [[FT230X]] USB to basic UART
* [[FT231X]]
* [[FT231X]] USB to full handshake UART
* [[FT240X]]
* [[FT240X]] USB 8-bit FIFO
* [[FT245RL V1.5]]
* [[FT245RL V1.5]] USB FIFO
* [[FT311D]]
* [[FT311D]] USB Android host
* [[FT312D]]
* [[FT312D]] USB Android host
* [[FT245RL breakout board]]
* [[FT245RL breakout board]]
* [[FT2232H breakout board]]
* [[FT2232H breakout board]]

Revision as of 14:10, 18 September 2014

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Developement boards

Expansion boards


Board specific pages

These expansion boards come in I2C and SPI versions, and thus can be connected to a single bus. This allows you to easily expand your microcontroller system with new functions, without the cost of additional I/O pins.

Other boards

Breakout boards

FTDI chips

I2C chips

SPI chips

Sample programs

Sample projects

Raspberry Pi projects


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