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    Eric
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    Oh, and the FTDI is without the breakout, just the chip soldered directly to the shield

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    For me, if I have to use a relay on the output ( if I have a high Current Circuit) I am fine with that..

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    Eric
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    That’s the most common situation in things like alarms. You can hookup low power stuff directly, but high current needs a relay.

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    Sounds good. For anything that required high current I would go the relay route as well, most of what I’m thinking of powering falls below the 2 amp mark.

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    Oh, and the FTDI is without the breakout, just the chip soldered directly to the shield

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    For me, if I have to use a relay on the output ( if I have a high Current Circuit) I am fine with that..

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    That’s the most common situation in things like alarms. You can hookup low power stuff directly, but high current needs a relay.

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    Sounds good. For anything that required high current I would go the relay route as well, most of what I’m thinking of powering falls below the 2 amp mark.

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