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TinySine Micro USB FTDI Basic Breakout Module for Arduino 3.3V/5V

4.6
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Customer Reviews

Works great, Its been 3 months, Windows 10I purchased this after purchasing two other FTDI board that did not work.So far this has worked perfectly and I have not had any issues.It has been about 3 months and I've used it a few times a month.Currently using Windows 10 ProI don't remember if I needed drivers. I think some windows might because my laptop needed them(Also Windows 10), but don't think my Desktop did.Just google FTDI driver and its the first one. get the 2.xx version and it should work fine.5The wrong tool for MY job, but a great product all the same.Bought this (on my wifes account) for a project I'm working on. Software on W10 controls DTR, which triggers an opto-isolator, which triggers PTT on my radio for digital communication. While this works beautifully on Windows 10, DTR is high always, and didn't have enough current. I had to build a small circuit to finish the job. In my case, I'd have been better off with a standard USB> Serial cable implementation of the FTDI chip. In this case, I just bought the wrong thing. If you're looking to use it for its intended purpose, great. Otherwise, not as much. 5 stars for being easy to work with and genuine!5low quality junk. unreliable and not a real ftdiDon't be fooled by the low price and positive reviews. Yes, it works sometimes, but I had numerous issues w/ my serial device, a z-wave hub (razberry) I was using with home assistant. My hub was randomly disconnecting and losing sync with previously synced z-wave devices. So as a test, I bought a slightly more expensive usb-to-serial converter that had some electronic isolation built-in, and the difference was night and day. Whe rebooting my HA server, all my z-wave devices synced within 2-3 seconds with no dead nodes. Previously, it would take 20-30 seconds to sync, and would randomly lose sync w/ nodes.Anyway, this thing is so cheap bc it's low quality. definitely not a genuine ftdi chip. If you have a low demand application, this thing may suite you. But if you need something reliable, spend a few bucks more for something higher quality.1Great For Stanalone Arduino!Mainly used for standalone Arduino, this baby is used to upload code to a circuit the following way:FTDI>ArduinoTXD>RXRXD>TXDTR>RESET (MUST connect 100uf capacitor)(If using electrolytic (or otherwise polarized) capacitor connect the cathode (negative) directly to the reset pinVCC>VCC (5V Preferred)GND>GNDOne pin isn't used & that doesn't matter, it doesn't effect operation at all. Ensure after connecting that you verify the COM port & with the board selection select Arduino Nano in the IDE. You should be good to go after that!5Perfect for meThis FTDI breakout board works just fine for me. It was quickly recognized by both my desktop PC running Windows 10, and my laptop that still runs Windows 7. It is working perfectly to interface with my Arduino Pro Mini. The price is reasonable, and delivery was fast. No problems with it.5Great product. Here are some details about connecting the RX / TX and TXd / RXd respectively.This is my second purchase of one of these. It works great and I particularly like that when using it, there is no need to press the RESET button before uploading a sketch. Just clicking the "UPLOAD" menu button of the IDE automatically begins the process.If you use AdaFruit products with this, you'll appreciate the fact that Lady Ada and her staff are very professional about being sure that the RX and TX "null" conventions with the connections between this product's connector and their products is pin-for-pin. In other words, just notice the markings on this FTDI's PC board regarding each pin's function. Then simply align this device's female header with a male header on the AdaFruit's product. It will appear that the TXd and RXd are backwards but they are not.Think of it like this: Transmit data from the source (the Adafruit's Trinket, e.g.) is considered to be "received" by the FTDI board and thus they label it RxD. Bottom line: Connect the Trinket PRO's TX pin (output) to this product's RxD "Received data" pin. The beauty of this is that if you simply use a male header mounted to the Trinket etc., this FTDI board literally plugs directly onto it and all the pins are correctly oriented. (I gave the details for the benefit of people who may be "cabling up" this device with jumpers. What I have provided here should be enough information that you can follow the markings on this PC board and make the proper connections. If you are successful, and you set the proper COM port and devices on your IDE menu, then when you click the UPLOAD button, this terrific product will do everything needed to move your sketch to your particular board. Good luck. Feel free to send questions for clarification.5Make sure your voltage is set correctlyThis thing worked GREAT...Until I set it to 5v and tried to program a 3.3 ESP8266 module. I heard a pop, saw smoke, and I had burnt out the ESP8266 module. Unfortunately, in the process, I think I ruined the breakout board, as well. It hasn't worked since.But seriously. Drivers were easy to install, having Micro USB was really convenient. They're priced so that you can keep a few around as spares if you do something bone headed, like I did.5great way to program your ESP8266I'm using this in 3.3V mode to program my ESP-12E's. It's important to note that while the seems to provide enough power to program the ESP-12E, it doesn't provide enough power to reliably _RUN_ the ESP-12E w/ WiFi. I suspected this would be the case going in, since it's well known the ESP8266 is really power hungry.FTDI chip seems stable. If it's one of those cheap nock-offs I wouldn't know.5This is an inexpensive serial experimenter's board with an incredibly tiny footprint and flexible power requirements.I used this serial breakout board to create an SIO2PC cable for my Atari 8-bit computer. It worked first try with the mini-USB to my Win7 laptop and jumper wires between the pin header and the SIO port on the Atari. Windows 7 quickly found drivers for the FTDI board and loaded them the first time I inserted the cable in a USB port. The USB port powered the board with the jumper set to 5 volts and I didn't need to tap power from the Atari.If I'd want anything different, it would be to get the board without the pin header to make it easier to fit the device in an Atari SIO cable shell.The main point is that I was able to boot the Atari from a disk image stored on my laptop using freely available Respeqt software.5Works greatI got this to convert a NEO 8M GPS module to a USB device, and it works flawlessly. 4 wires was all it took to connect this to the GPS module, and I can now get GPS data into to any computer I plug into. So far I've tried Windows 10, Fedora 28, and Raspbian Stretch, all work perfectly with no additional software other than a GPS interpreter.5
TinySine Micro USB FTDI Basic Breakout Module for Arduino 3.3V/5V

TinySine Micro USB FTDI Basic Breakout Module for Arduino 3.3V/5V

4.6
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
SG$ 69.00
Sale price
SG$ 69.00
Regular price
SG$ 114.00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (SG$ 45.00)