ESP32 Programmer with CH340 USB to Serial Chip
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The AnalogLamb ESP32 Programmer is an easy-to-use USB-to-Serial adapter based on the CH340 IC from WCH. It works 3.3V systems and should auto install on most operating systems without the need for additional drivers. The Serial Basic uses the CH340 IC to quickly and easily convert serial signals to USB. It’s a great lower-cost alternative to the extremely popular FTDI.
Features of ESP32 Programmer ( CH340 )
- Full speed USB device interface, conforms to USB Specification Version 2.0
- Supports baud rate varies from 2400bps to 115200bps.
- Hardware full duplex serial interface, set transceiver buffer
- 3.3V 800mA LDO
- LED Indicator
- Supports Auto download circuit
- A Reset Button
- Interface to ESP32: +3.3V – RX – TX – IO0 – EN – GND
|Dimensions||13 x 27 x 2 mm|
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