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Member Since: May 14, 2010

Country: United States

  • I believe that the ethernet shield is based on the Wiznet W5100. Which is completely different. This board requires a TCP/IP stack like UIP. Using a atmega644 I was able to implement several simultaneous sockets including a HTTP server, serving 'dynamic' pages. Pretty slick but power hungry.

  • Nope doesn't break out the pins needed for that.

  • This stuff is great, never again a sponge!

  • These are great to work with. I regularly make batches of a dozen of our products with these, very accurate and can pick up small SMD components easily.

  • I sort of doubt it. I took this as a backup power supply to FCC/EMC testing and lets say it's good it was a backup as it would never, ever pass the conducted test, even without a load. :)

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