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Hi,
I should create a poe adapter to give power to an ATmega328P
I found this just do not know how to connect it:
http://it.farnell.com/wurth-elektronik/750310742/trasformatore-power-over-enet-we/dp/1849028
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http://it.farnell.com/infomart-it-solutions/pem1203/module-poe-802-3af-3-3v-10w/dp/1902517

can you help me?
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I should create a poe adapter to give power to an ATmega328P

Do you need a power-over-ethernet injector or do you need the client side. Arduino sells a power-over-ethernet module to be soldered onto their Ethernet Shield: http://store.arduino.cc/eu/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=11&products_id=148.
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unfortunately I do not have to install it on arduino but on an board with an ATmega328P
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unfortunately I do not have to install it on arduino but on an board with an ATmega328P
Since the module being discussed attaches to an Ethernet shield, I don't see the relevance of your statement. You are attaching the Ethernet shield to the board somehow, aren't you?
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