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  • It’s important to note that what is labeled on the silkscreen as “TX-O” is for the TX pin of your host device (it’s actually the RX pin of the OS4000-T), while the pin “RX-I” goes to the RX of the host. So if you, say, get a CP2102 board, an OS4000-T and this breakout, your pins will be switched (no easy “4-pin male header” wiring scheme, sadly). Frustrating, but that’s life I suppose. I would’ve preferred it the other way around (much more elegant).

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