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CH341A USB to UART/IIC/SPI/TTL/ISP Adapter EPP/MEM Parallel Converter

CH341A-USB-I2C-SPI-UART

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CH341A USB conversion module equipped with CH341A chip, CH341A is a USB bus adapter chip, through the USB bus to provide asynchronous serial port, parallel port, print and 2 line and 4 line common synchronous serial interface, the module can be used for serial expansion, I2C interface EEPROM,SPI interface FLASH and STC MCU programming, program debugging, data acquisition, brush machine etc.


Function and Characteristics:

  • Support USB to parallel printer port and EPP or MEM parallel port;
  • Support USB to UART, I2C, SPI interface;
  • The output voltage and the signal level can be selected by 3.3V or 5V;
  • Have UART and SPI/I2C working status indicator light;



Hardware and Instructions:

  • Board size: 45*27 mm

Interface Description:

  • VCC, RXD, TXD, GND: UART interface
  • VCC, SDA, SCL, GND: I2C interface
  • MISO, MOSI, SCK, CS2, CS1, CS0, GND, VCC: SPI interface
  • The 10P 2.54mm Pin is print port and EPP/MEM port, pin’s definition please refer to manual.



Work mode (Jumper cap on the right of USB):

  • UART mode: jumper cap is inserted into the UART, the D2 indicator light (blue) on;
  • I2C/SPI and EPP/MEM parallel mode: jumper cap is inserted into the I2C/SPI, the D1 indicator light (red) on;
  • The printer parallel port mode: need to unplug the jumpers,and SDA and SCL connected together.



Output voltage of VCC and signal level selection (2  jumper cap on the left of USB):
When the 2 jumper cap is inserted into the 3V3 side is 3.3V; when the 2 jumper cap also plug to the other side is 5V.

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