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  1. The MCP2200 from MICROCHIP manufacturer is a DDR with USB-to-UART 1-CH 64Byte FIFO 3.3V 20-Pin SSOP. More details for MCP2200 can be seen below. Details The MCP2200 is a USB-to-UART (Universal Asynchronous Receiver/Transmitter) bridge controller chip developed by Microchip Technology Inc. It enables seamless communication between a USB host (like a computer) and a UART-based microcontroller or other UART-enabled devices. The MCP2200 allows easy integration of USB connectivity into various embedded systems. Feature USB 2.0 Full-Speed (12 Mbps) device with on-chip transceiver. Integrated UART with baud rates from 75 bps to 1 Mbps. GPIO (General Purpose Input/Output) pins for additional functionality. Configurable I/O pins for various control and status purposes. Customizable USB descriptors to provide information about the device. Bus-powered from USB, eliminating the need for external power. I²C™ (Inter-Integrated Circuit) protocol support for serial communication with other ICs. Programmable EEPROM to store various configurations. Application USB-to-UART bridge for interfacing with UART-enabled devices. Serial communication interface for microcontrollers and other embedded systems. USB-based data acquisition and logging systems. Custom USB communication solutions for various applications. Virtual COM port (VCP) for communication with a computer.
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