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June 20, 2013
about a year ago
You can power the MAX3232 from 3.3v, so just feed that into the Vcc pin, and it will work.
The RS232 output will still be ±5v even powered off 3.3v
about 3 years ago
Thanks for the advice! I think I will put the breakout and bare module footprints on the PCB, to give me the most flexibility. Now that I have the breakout, I can see that it would be hard to desolder w/o hot air. Good idea about putting components under it!
However, now I have a different issue. I can only perform some of the set commands. I'm not sure why only certain ones work. I went down the list and set everything to their defaults, here's the serial log: http://pastebin.com/t8Gb4Hg3 . Am I missing something obvious? Why are some of them giving an ERR?
Is it possible to desolder the module from the breakout board?
I'm in the process of creating a custom PCB, and would like to prototype with the breakout board, then remove to module and mount it directly on the PCB once I fabricate it.
However, looking at the PCB, there are 6 ground connections underneath the module. Are these soldered to the breakout PCB? Or are all soldered connections accessible?
about 6 years ago
Is the add to cart button not showing up for anyone else?
The "Dings and dents" page says it's in stock and there was a new product post on it.
I really want to get my hands on one!
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