I have had one of these for quite a while. It outputs 5v and 3.3 vI just spotted this breadboard today..
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Of course, you can get these cheaper on Ebay or similar, but this is on special for the next few days, and local, assuming they have them in stock.Solderless breadboards are commonly used for prototyping because they allow you to quickly build temporary circuits without an iron. When finished or changing your circuit, it’s easy to take apart.www.jaycar.com.au
This comes with some jumper wires and a power feed in board.
if i remember right they were prolific usb serial bridges.Josh pointed out the USB driver chips are not FTDI