FTDI BOB to 8032 microprocessor

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  1. keys_46

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    Mar 12, 2013
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    Hi all,
    I have a FTDI breakout board. I tried to input data to a Mac 100 cnc controller without any luck. I noticed that the output of the FTDI doesn't output rs232 signals. I was wondering if I could bypass the Max232 on the controller and wire right to the microprocessor which is a 8032. will I have to use gates to reverse the signals like the Max does?
    TY in advance
     
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  2. keys_46

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    Mar 12, 2013
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    Sorry for the wrong information. It is a 8032 not a 8082 processor.
     
  3. DickCappels

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    If not interfacing to RS-232, what are you using the FTDI chip for? Please post your circuit. Thank you.

    BTW: Which FTDI chip?
    (The FTDI chips that I am familiar with are RS-232 to TTL (CMOS) converters.
     
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