Looking for a developer to build a simple Android app that will communicate with 2 external temperature control devices via a USB-RS232 adapter (FT232RL interface). The Documentation of the serial communication protocol used for each device will be provided. Basic functions required in the app: 1) Send serial command to read current temperature
... (hex to dec) 1 0 2 0 253 when i connect the microcontroller with max202 to pc i receive the data correctly. but when i connect the microcontroller with ftdi FT232RL to pc i receive the following data: (hex to dec) 6 0 0 24 0 0 230 whats wrong? please see attached circuit diagramm. i always get this data so the communication
I have a board with: - Freescale mc9s08dz128clh is micro - Freescale MMA7455L is accelerometer - FTDI FT232RL is USB chip - Newhaven NHD-C12865AZ-FSW-GBW is LCD display - Lithium Ion battery with charging circuit from USB power - On/Off buttons and 4 menu buttons for LCD menuing - Several analog inputs, 2 frequency inputs and 1 analog
Circuit board programming for custom game pad. The old circuit board was operating but had...revisions because it was overheating. So, the the logic for communications has been tested and the new circuit board just needs to be reprogrammed. The microcontroller is FTDI FT232RL R, Programming utilities MProg, FT Prog. A recap of the project is attached.
...window. The project should be built in Visual C++ preferably Ver 8 or at least fully compatible with V8 as I will be making minor changes in the future. The sole functionality of this interface is to talk to a PIC microcontroller that is talking to the PC via a virtual serial comm. Port using the FTDI FT232RL chip this interface is to control a DDS
I have a FT232RL UART from ftdi that connects an 18F2520 pic to the usb port of the computer. I need someone to provide me full specs on how to copy the application that is written on the pic using the FTDI UART and deploy it on another pic. The pic can not be detached from the current board and it is linked with the ft232rl board using the
I have an existing simple circuit that connects a PIC micro to a computer via FTDI's 232RL USB chip. Sometimes, the PC loses the ability to communicate with the device. If ...unless all copyright ramifications are explained AND AGREED TO by the buyer on the site per the coder's Seller Legal Agreement). ## Platform Microchip PIC 12F629 FTDI FT232RL
...[iniciar sesión para ver URL] model MOP-AL082B-BBTW I'm open to other suggestions. Whatever microcontroller you pick needs to interface with the PC using an FT232RL serial to USB converter chip. This must be used b/c it includes royalty free windows qualified drivers. I prefer to use PIC microcontrollers b/c I can order them pre-programmed