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Topic: Board with Mega/Atmega2560 and W5100 Ethernet (Read 867 times) previous topic - next topic

noiasca

Nov 17, 2017, 05:24 am Last Edit: Jan 13, 2018, 06:49 am by noiasca
I'm searching boards with an Atmega2560 and integrated W5100 Ethertnet, which should be compatible to Mega+Ethernet shield. I just would like to get rid of stacking the ethernet shield. So far I only found the Iboard Pro
https://www.itead.cc/wiki/IBoard_Pro
but the reviews are not so good at all.
no USB

If you had any hints where to get well working boards, ...
DE: Wie man Fragen postet:
1. was hat man (Sketch und Hardware)
2. was SOLL es machen
3. was macht es: IST (Fehlverhalten, Fehlermeldungen, Serial.Output ...)
4. Eine Frage stellen bzw. erklären was man erwartet

pert

Not really what you're asking, but you can buy W5100 modules to wire to a standard Mega.

noiasca

I have already some Megas+Shield working but I would like to have one board with less possibilities of bad connections.

Or at least a MEGA without soldered sockets to be able to solder the shields directly to the MEGA.
DE: Wie man Fragen postet:
1. was hat man (Sketch und Hardware)
2. was SOLL es machen
3. was macht es: IST (Fehlverhalten, Fehlermeldungen, Serial.Output ...)
4. Eine Frage stellen bzw. erklären was man erwartet

noiasca

DE: Wie man Fragen postet:
1. was hat man (Sketch und Hardware)
2. was SOLL es machen
3. was macht es: IST (Fehlverhalten, Fehlermeldungen, Serial.Output ...)
4. Eine Frage stellen bzw. erklären was man erwartet

westfw

Freetronics has a pretty good reputation...

cbrandt

I bought two of them, one is working in a home automation system 24 hours a day for 4 years now, never had any problem !
Thumbs up for freetronics!

noiasca

found another one and wanted to keep this thread updated:

https://shop.controllino.biz/controllino-mega.html
Unfortunatly the price ...
DE: Wie man Fragen postet:
1. was hat man (Sketch und Hardware)
2. was SOLL es machen
3. was macht es: IST (Fehlverhalten, Fehlermeldungen, Serial.Output ...)
4. Eine Frage stellen bzw. erklären was man erwartet

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