FT200XD - Single chip USB to I2C interface

This USB2.0 Full Speed IC offers a compact bridge to I²C  devices. The chip is an I²C slave, capable of operating up to 3.4MBit/s, with low power consumption (8mA).

Key features:

  • Single chip USB to I²C interface.
  • Entire USB protocol handled on the chip. No USB specific firmware programming required.
  • Fully integrated clock generation with no external crystal required plus optional clock output selection enabling a glue-less interface to external MCU or FPGA.
  • 512 byte receive buffer and 512 byte transmit buffer utilising buffer smoothing technology to allow for high data throughput.
  • FTDI's royalty-free Virtual Com Port (VCP) and Direct (D2XX) drivers eliminate the requirement for USB driver development in most cases.
  • USB Dedicated Charger Port (DCP) detection. May be used by mobile devices to detect the presence of a charger on the USB port for higher current / faster charging of batteries.
  • Device supplied pre-programmed with unique USB serial number.
  • Supports bus powered, self powered and high-power bus powered USB configurations.
  • Integrated +3.3V level converter for USB I/O.
  • Low operating current  of  8mA (typical)  and USB suspend current of  125uA (typical) current.
  • Low USB bandwidth consumption.
  • UHCI/OHCI/EHCI host controller compatible.
  • USB 2.0 Full Speed compatible.
  • Fully integrated 2048 byte Multi-Time-Programmable (MTP) memory for storing device descriptors and CBUS I/O configuration.
  • 512 byte receive buffer and 512 byte transmit buffer utilising buffer smoothing technology to allow for high data throughput.
  • Configurable CBUS I/O pin.
  • USB Dedicated Charger Port (DCP) detection. May be used by mobile devices to detect the presence of a charger on the USB port for higher current / faster charging of batteries.
  • Device supplied pre-programmed with unique USB serial number.
  • Supports bus powered, self powered and high-power bus powered USB configurations.
  • Integrated +3.3V level converter for USB I/O.
  • True 3.3V CMOS drive output and TTL input (Operates down to 1.8V with external pull ups and is also 5V tolerant)
  • Configurable I/O pin output drive strength.
  • Integrated power-on-reset circuit.
  • Internal 3.3V/1.8V LDO regulators
  • Low operating current  of  8mA (typical)  and USB suspend current of  125uA (typical) current.
  • Low USB bandwidth consumption.
  • UHCI/OHCI/EHCI host controller compatible.
  • USB 2.0 Full Speed compatible.
  • Extended operating temperature range: -40°C to 85°C.
  • Compact Pb-free 10 Pin DFN package (RoHS compliant)
  • Upgrading Legacy Peripherals to USB
  • Utilising USB to add system modularity
  • Incorporate USB interface to enable PC transfers for development system communication
  • Motherboard and system monitoring through USB
  • USB dongle implementations for Software/ Hardware Encryption and Wireless Modules
  • Interfacing MCU/PLD/FPGA based designs to add USB connectivity
  • USB Instrumentation
  • USB Industrial Control
  • USB Digital Camera Interface
  • Capable of detecting dedicated USB charger ports for charging batteries with high current
Part Number Description Pack Size
FT200XD-D-R 10-pin DFN single chip USB to I2C interface IC, Revision D Reel of 5000
FT200XD-D-T 10-pin DFN single chip USB to I2C interface IC, Revision D Tray of 490
Breakout Development Modules
UMFT200XD USB to I2C with four control bus lines, 3.3V power out limited to 50mA and 5V with as safety fuse. I2C signals available via 8 pin female connector. Each
UMFT200XD-NC USB to I2C with four control bus lines, 3.3V power out limited to 50mA and 5V with as safety fuse. I2C signals available via 8 pads on the PCB Each
UMFT200XD-WE USB to I2C with four control bus lines, 3.3V power out limited to 50mA and 5V with as safety fuse. I2C signals available via 8, 6" flying leads connected to the PCB pads. Each

The UMFT200XD Breakout Module provides the most cost-effective and simplest development hardware for the FT200XD USB to I2C interface IC.

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Last updated: 8 August 2013