Tiny Arduino ethernet board

[sgk] built this tiny ethernet board to be used with the Arduino. It’s based on a WIZnet W5100 chip. The chip handles all of the TCP/IP communication and you talk to it via SPI. It’s compatible with the standard Arduino ethernet library. [sgk] hand soldered these boards including the 80pin LQFP main chip. His next project is to put the AVR and W5100 all on the same board. It sounds like he’ll use components larger than 1005 though.

15 thoughts on “Tiny Arduino ethernet board

  1. @odin84gk that looks pretty promising. 40 bucks for a XPort module always seemed expensive, when I could just use a computer as a proxy. I think I could live with $16, though.

  2. @Odin84gk arduino is mentioned because that bit will click into the arduino. Personally I’m surprised I can’t buy a preassembled shield with a w5100 onboard.

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