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A cheap and simple way to add USB to device Arduino, or other microcontrollers.

 

Specifications:

Dimensions: 35 x 17 mm

Weight: 3g

 

Package includes:

1x Breakout Board USB to serial IC for Arduino FTDI FT232RL 3.3 V 5.5 V

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