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john833

May 28, 2013, 07:04 pm Last Edit: May 28, 2013, 07:06 pm by john833 Reason: 1
hi guys
can i used ft232rl instead of atmega16u2 in arduino board like mega2560 or other?
pls help to me....

johnwasser

You can use any USB-to-TTL-Serial converter you like.
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john833

any file in arduino ide must be change or not

CrossRoads

The USB/Serial is outside of the Arduino IDE.
For FTDI, you only need the drivers from ftdichip.com
Which I think are also included in the IDE in the drivers folder, you need to point Windows to there when it sees the chip.
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