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This is the documentation page for the FT240X breakout board.  
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== overview ==
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This is the documentation page for the FT240X breakout board. That can be bought in the [http://www.bitwizard.nl/shop/breakout-boards/ft240x-breakout-board BitWizard shop].
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== Overview ==
  
 
The FT240X breakout board has an USB connector, one 20-pin IO connector. The brains of the PCB, of course, is an FT240X chip.
 
The FT240X breakout board has an USB connector, one 20-pin IO connector. The brains of the PCB, of course, is an FT240X chip.
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* [http://www.ftdichip.com/Products/ICs/FT240X.html FTDI product page]
 
* [http://www.ftdichip.com/Products/ICs/FT240X.html FTDI product page]
  
== pinout ==
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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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* The only jumper Is for selecting the I/O voltage. 1-2 = 1V8, 2-3 = 3V3.
 
* The only jumper Is for selecting the I/O voltage. 1-2 = 1V8, 2-3 = 3V3.
  
== future hardware enhancements ==
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== Future hardware enhancements ==
  
  

Latest revision as of 16:50, 6 November 2015

FT240X.jpg

This is the documentation page for the FT240X breakout board. That can be bought in the BitWizard shop.

Overview

The FT240X breakout board has an USB connector, one 20-pin IO connector. The brains of the PCB, of course, is an FT240X chip.

External resources

Pinout

The 20-pin connector is connected as follows:

5V3V3
VCCIO(jumpered)DATA0
DATA1DATA2
DATA3DATA4
DATA5DATA6
DATA7RXF#
TXE#RD#
WR#SI/WU#
CBUS5CBUS6
GNDGND

LEDS

  • The only LED is a power LED

Jumper settings

  • The only jumper Is for selecting the I/O voltage. 1-2 = 1V8, 2-3 = 3V3.

Future hardware enhancements

Changelog

1.1

  • Initial public release