UMFT201XB - Development breakout module for the FT201X IC

The UMFT201XB Breakout Module provides the most cost-effective and simplest development hardware for the FT201X USB to I2C interface IC.

The UMFT201XB is a breakout board that converts USB2.0 Full-Speed to I²C. These modules do not have a USB connector - instead the modules plug directly into the USB host connector and the pads of the PCB makes electrical contact with the electrical contacts of the USB connector.

The I²C interface operates at +3.3V voltage levels, however all I/Os are 5V tolerant.

  • USB to I²C with four control bus lines
  • 3.3V power out limited to 50mA and 5V with as safety fuse
  • 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
UMFT201XB USB to I²C with four control bus lines, 3.3V power out (with a 50mA current limit) and fused 5V. Standard option, connector fitted to CN2
Each
UMFT201XB-NC USB to I²C with four control bus lines, 3.3V power out (with a 50mA current limit) and fused 5V. No connector option, no connector is fitted to CN2.
Each
UMFT201XB-WE USB to I²C with four control bus lines, 3.3V power out (with a 50mA current limit) and fused 5V. Wire ended option, 6" flying leads fitted to CN2.
Each
FT201XS-R 16-pin SSOP Single chip USB to I²C interface IC Reel of 3000
FT201XS-U 16-pin SSOP Single chip USB to I²C interface IC
Tube of 100
FT201XQ-R 16-pin QFN Single chip USB to I²C interface IC Reel of 5000
FT201XQ-T 16-pin QFN Single chip USB to I²C interface IC Tray of 490

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Last updated: 9 October 2012