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follower

Jan 25, 2008, 04:27 pm Last Edit: Jan 25, 2008, 04:31 pm by follower Reason: 1
Hi all...

Well, it's finally here... Here's a photo of the prototype "Netduino" shield utilising the WIZnet WIZ810MJ ethernet module:



You can tell it's a prototype from the excess wiring. :-)

The header to the front left of the board is for attaching a cable to upload sketches to something like a Bare Bones Freeduino without requiring the FTDI USB cable. (More details on that in my recent post in the hardware forums.)

The shield celebrated its successful birth by logging onto the Arduino IRC channel and responding to messages directed to it.

--Phil.

P.S. Track Netduino progress.


big93

that looks really cool, cant wait for release!

The_Bongmaster

B-dui in creation.

scottyob

Yay!  Great to see it in front of my eyes!  Brilliant!

Cheater

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that looks really cool, cant wait for release!

No it doesnt. ;D

Should be fun to play with once I get around to making a protoboard to handle it.
3.3v is a bitch.

big93

o....

well then i can wait for release then lol

follower

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well then i can wait for release then lol

Ah, don't listen to Cheater--he just doesn't want you to have the fun he's having.

--Phil.

fynflood

It's even more exciting to watch follower talk to himself in irc about it  :P
"He felt that his whole life was some kind of dream and he sometimes wondered whose it was and whether they were enjoying it."

follower

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It's even more exciting to watch follower talk to himself in irc about it  :P

Heh. Shhh.. .:-)

--Phil.


spatialguru

Oh my, YAPBYFIWTW*,  will add to my watchlist :)


-- Tyler

* Yet Another Project By Follower I Want To Watch




mp2000

is this project dead ?

any update on netduino?


follower

Hi,

It's essentially on a permanent hiatus due to the existence of the official Arduino Ethernet shield and a couple of other shields using the WizNet modules.

I'm still exploring the software side of things, you can check out my Flashduino page for that.

--Phil.

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