Hello guys, professionals, geeks, and gentlemen. I've encounter a question that make me doubt and stuck in a loop for so long.
I have a device using FTDI usb-232 to communicate and control with PC via USB. Example, I send out command <STX>0001<ETX> from PC to device and the device do some job accordingly. Since then, I wonder if I can use arduino to replace PC, and it send out commands from micrcontroller to the device?
I'd try using a FTDI chip interface with arduino (*tested on PC, communicate successful), and then USB (arduino) connect to USB (device). It didn't work.
Anyone know how to communicate with a FTDI-built device? Do I need a HOST usb arduino to work it?