USBPrg v8.4 – a fully isolated SAFE USB to Serial adapter for communcation and programming devices protecting your USB ports and devices.
The perfect companion for a complete Development platform for your projects!
Now available on TINDIE Store: https://www.tindie.com/products/nEXT_EVO1/usbprgv84-isolated-usb-serial-programmer-adapter/
You can buy it a special price in the MPRSx8 Home Automation Development pack – MPRSx8 Dev Board + USPPrgv8.4 programmer: https://www.tindie.com/products/nEXT_EVO1/wifi-8x-mains-relays-board-for-home-automation/
What is it?
A fully isolated USB to Serial adapter for communication and also programming devices protecting your USB ports and connected devices.
Integrated hardware Autoreset function makes it suitable for direct programming ESP8266, ESP32 and other MCU’s that require it.
If you use Arduino IDE/Platformio/etc for example with ESP8266, you will love it, as it doesn’t need to press anymore RST/Prog buttons for new sketch upload! The autoreset function takes care of that, putting automatically the ESP8266 module in the right boot mode.
Youtube Video step-by-step Tutorial on how to use it to program a ESP8266 Module:
In the case above ESP8266 is embedded on a MPRSx8 Home Automation board but in the same easy way can be used for programming standalone ESP8266 modules.
– Fully isolated interface
– High speed (can work OK also at 115200 and up – used it with Arduino IDE/Platfromio at 921600)
– DTR/RTS/autoreset function
– 2.5 kV RMS integrated digital isolator from Silicon Labs
– High electromagnetic immunity
– Ultra low power
– Schmitt trigger inputs
– Transient Immunity 50 kV/μs
Below you can find also the wiring for the MPRSx8 Home Automation Board Programming:
Ravil Buraev · July 11, 2017 at 3:50 am
Perfect solution !
Which chip was used as a digital insulator?
esp8265_wp · July 11, 2017 at 6:03 am
It’s based on a Silicon Labs si86xx dedicated IC. It is working very well and I found it to be a very good solution for isolated USB/serial comunication/programming, offering proper isolation and protecting your user side/PC USB port even in very noisy industrial environments.
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