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A smart and small solution to connecting your devices with PC via USB.

If you want to connect your device via USB, you have few options: You can use special microcontroller (such as PIC18Fxx5x), you can handle low-speed USB by software or you can use the FTDI (or simillar) chips.

The μUSB-MB5 (microUSB-MB5) is the USB-to-Serial converter module. It uses a mini-B type USB connector to connect to your PC and is based on the CP2102 Bridge from Silicon Labs. It provides the user with multi baud rate serial data and access to flow control signals in a convenient 10 pin 0.1” pitch Dual-In-Line package.

Read more: microUSB-MB5

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