EB023 - 

Evaluation Board, Auto-Negotiation, E-Blocks Compatible, WIZ810MJIC, Ethernet, TCP/IP, E-Blocks

EB023 - Evaluation Board, Auto-Negotiation, E-Blocks Compatible, WIZ810MJIC, Ethernet, TCP/IP, E-Blocks

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The EB023 is a E-blocks internet development board. Based on the W3100A hardwired TCP/IP stack chip from Wiz NET, this E-blocks board adds Ethernet functionality to an existing microprocessor based system without the necessity of developing the TCP/IP software stack. As well as the Ethernet protocol the module supports 10/100 connection and a number of protocols including UDP, IP, ARP, ICMP, DCHP, ARP, DLC and MAC. The unit interfaces to a microprocessor using I2C serial communication. The patch jumpers on the board allow more than one Ethernet module to be connected to the I2C bus. Flow code macros for this E-block are available in the professional version of flow code.
  • Facilitates web page design and email functions
  • Flow code macros available
  • Suitable for teaching and learning web based communications technology
  • Supports half/full duplex operation
  • Supports auto negotiation
  • IEEE 802.3/802.3u compliant
  • Operates with 3.3V or 5V systems
  • Supports network status indicator LEDs
  • Supports four independent connections simultaneously
  • Supports I2C bus interface with eight available addresses


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