UMFT313EV - Development platform for the FT313H USB 2.0 host controller IC

Small form factor PCB to connect a micro-controller to the FT313H.

The UMFT313EV is a development module which is used for evaluating and developing the functionality of the FT313H USB 2.0 Hi-Speed Host Controller. This module can provide three kinds of asynchronous bus interfaces to connect with a microcontroller.

Key features:

  • Standard USB-A receptacle allows module to be connected to USB devices
  • Supports self power or power from the microcontroller platform
  • Provides configuration switch for module system frequency selection and BCD mode configuration
  • Provides button for module hardware reset
  • On board 2x20 pins 2.54mm (0.1") pitch female headers allowing easy connection to microcontroller platforms
  • Provides probe header for customer debugging

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  • Standard USB-A receptacle allows module to be connected to USB devices
  • Supports self power or power from the microcontroller platform
  • Provides configuration switch for module system frequency selection and BCD mode configurationī‚ˇ Provides button for module hardware reset
  • On board 2x20 pins 2.54mm (0.1") pitch female headers allowing easy connection to microcontroller platforms
  • Provides probe header for customer debugging
Part Number Description Pack Size
UMFT313EV FT313H development module Each
FT313HL-R 64-pin LQFP single chip high speed USB 2.0 Host controller IC Reel of 1,000
FT313HL-T
64-pin LQFP single chip high speed USB 2.0 Host controller IC
Tray of 160
FT313HP-R
64-pin TQFP single chip high speed USB 2.0 Host controller IC
Reel of 2,500
FT313HP-T
64-pin TQFP single chip high speed USB 2.0 Host controller IC
Tray of 250
FT313HQ-R 64-pin QFN single chip high speed USB 2.0 Host controller IC Reel of 3,000
FT313HQ-T 64-pin QFN single chip high speed USB 2.0 Host controller IC Tray of 260

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Last updated: 21 May 2018