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New ETH click board released!

by Aleksandar Nikolić | December 20, 2011

We are expanding our collection of mikroBUS-compatible click boards with a new ETH click board.

ETH click board released!

Board features ENC28J60, a 28-pin, 10BASE-T stand alone Ethernet Controller with an on-board MAC & PHY, 8K Bytes of Buffer RAM and SPI serial interface. Board contains standard RJ-45 connector, transmit, receive and power LEDs. On-board crystal oscillator ensures stable operation. Board is designed to use 3.3V power supply only.

Throw an eye on the board webpage to get more information and browse through photo gallery.

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