Quotewould the same apply to FT232RL driven chips?No. But none of those seem to be exhibiting the problem...
would the same apply to FT232RL driven chips?
Quote from: westfw on Jun 24, 2011, 11:19 amQuotewould the same apply to FT232RL driven chips?No. But none of those seem to be exhibiting the problem...can you explain why they wouldn't have the same problem?
No. But none of those seem to be exhibiting the problem...
he saw some aberrant behaviour from an Arduino board that had an FT232 fitted, it just took a little more digging to expose it. so the problem is not exclusive to the UNO, but in the case of the UNO R2 more obvious in its manifestation.
Did the creators finally turned into carton box pushers and only get interested in making money out of the project?
This is pretty far from how the other open communities react.
I've submitted http://code.google.com/p/arduino/issues/detail?id=572I don't know for sure if that's a good place to submit HW bugs, but I don't see an official alternative.
I had some communication with the arduino team, which by the way confirmed a R3 uno that will include a diod fix.I, too, would like an open discussion on that matter. At least a public sign of activity on this topic would be a nice move. Silently correcting a problem is not really what an open source project should do imho.
Could someone describe the diode fix, can someone participating sum up?
Thanks lefty,This in replacement of the pullup resistor in the same configuration?