Based on your comments I should be able to plug in my Arduino Ethernet Shield to my soon to be ordered Due.I also expect that the library should work as before in the new 32-bit environment.
I have the Ethernet Shield (rev3) with the Beta Due running a COSM reporting sketch 24/7 for the past 3months with no problems.
SOLVEDJust plug the shield in the same pins as shown at the DUE and the shield's ICSP to DUE's SPI.No conversion to 5V is needed in order to work properly the shield.
They are both compatible. For the Wifi shield, the library is still missing, so you can't still use it (unless you port the library by yourself). I'm working on it.
/* Includes */#include <WiFi.h>#include <WiFiUdp.h>#include <SPI.h>
/* Includes */#include <SPI.h>#include <WiFi.h>#include <WiFiUdp.h>
Hi,I have an Arduino DUE R3 and an official Arduino WiFi shield (one month old). Can I just plug my Shield in the DUE, will this work and not damage any hardware? What about the library, do I have to add a special library for the WiFi shield now it is connected to a DUE, or does the WiFi library in the 1.5.5 IDE handles everything?Thanks in advance :-)Quote from: cmaglie on Dec 03, 2012, 03:48 pmThey are both compatible. For the Wifi shield, the library is still missing, so you can't still use it (unless you port the library by yourself). I'm working on it.
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