USB TTL Driver for serial communication

USB TTL driver one of the tools we use most when debugging our projects is serial input/output. Serial is very easy to implement, and it allows you to send/receive any data you need from your microcontroller to a computer’s serial port so it can be viewed using a terminal emulator. These two devices are compatible from a software perspective, however you can’t just hook a microcontroller up to a computer because the hardware interfaces are not compatible.

Most microcontrollers these days have built in UARTs (universally asynchronous receiver/transmitter) that can be used to receive and transmit data serially. UARTs transmit one bit at a time at a specified data rate (i.e. 9600bps, 115200bps, etc.). This method of serial communication is sometimes referred to as TTL serial (transistor-transistor logic). Serial communication at a TTL level will always remain between the limits of 0V and Vcc, which is often 5V or 3.3V. A logic high (‘1’) is represented by Vcc, while a logic low (‘0’) is 0V.

So due to use of this feature in our most of embedded products & project, we need to install this driver for support of USB TTL device in PC to communicate with MCS.

How to install USB TTL Driver.(Click Here)

Title                                                          USB TTL Driver
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