|Computer Memory Type||EEPROM, SRAM|
|Hard Drive Interface||IDE|
|Hardware Interface||USB, Ethernet|
|Device interface - primary||Buttons|
|Has Auto Focus||No|
|Has Programmable Buttons||No|
|Package Dimensions||11.4 x 7.2 x 3.8 cm; 60 Grams|
|Item Weight||60 g|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||9 April 2019|
KEYESTUDIO W5500 Ethernet Control Board Development Board for Arduino IDE, Support MicroSD Card w/USB Cable, Not Ethernet Shield (NO Pin)
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|Human interface input||Buttons|
|Colour||W5500 Ethernet Development Board|
|Hard disk interface||IDE|
About this item
- keyestudio W5500 is based on the microcontroller of Arduino Ethernet. We have integrated USB download, TF card slot and more functions on it, fully compatible with R3 Board pins.
- Onboard comes with W5500 network module, which can make Arduino as simple Web server or read Arduino digital and analog interface application via network control.
- You can quickly make your controller access to internet to build your network application.Please note that the MAC address is not unique
- Simply stack the Ethernet Shield onto your existing Arduino Uno, Mega or compatible Board and access it by including the official Arduino Ethernet Library.
- It can achieve a simple Web server through using Ethernet libraries in IDE, meanwhile, support MicroSD card (TF card) read and write, really with powerful functions.Tutorials downlade: https://fs.keyestudio.com/KS0304
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This is an intergration of an Arduino R3 and an Ethernet/micro sd shield. It is very convenient to have all this on a single board.
This ethernet shield contains a micro-SD Card slot which can be used to store files for serving over the network.
The ethernet port extends beyond the PCB which is nice for panel mounting in a project box.
It can be powered via the micro USB connection and an external power supply(DC 7-12V).
This development board is based on the microcontroller of Ardunio ethernet which makes the controller to access the internet.
It comes with W5500 network module onboard which make Arduino as simple web server.
- 1．Main Chip：ATMEGA328 microcontroller
- 2．USB power supply：5v
- 3．external power：7-12v，(9v recommended)
- 4．digital input/output pins: 14（of which 6 pins support PWM）
- 5．analog input pin: 6
- 6．built-in flash memory：32K
- 7．SRAM: 2k
- 9．clock frequency：16MH
- 10.TCP/IP Ethernet controller W5500、MicroSD card mount（TF card）、MicroUSB
- 1x keyestudio leonardo board
- 1x black USB cable 1m
- extra: scan the QR code printed on the back of package box to download the files or source code.
Program firmware to ATMEGA328P/ Atmega16U2
Digital interface D0-D13:
Serial communication：D0(RX) and D1(TX) ;
External interruption：D2（interrupt 0）、 D3（interrupt 1）;
PWM interface：D3、D5、D6、D9、D10 、D11 ;
Analog interface A0-A5:
IIC communication：A4(SDA) and A5(SCL) ;
Also can be used as digital interface：A0(D14)、A1(D15)、A2(D16)、A3(D17)、A4(D18)、A5(D19)
- USB port: for program download or serial debugging
- Network connector RJ-45
- based on the W5500 ethernet chip. Using the Ethernet library we can write sketches which connect to the internet using the shield.
Arduino and Ethernet on one board. Simplifies projects.
Connecting network, inserting micro SD card and powering on, the first line of 1602LCD screen will display "SD OK" if detecting the SD card; otherwise, display "SD init Error!";
the second line will display the IP address and "OK" if access to the network; or else, display "W5500 Error!"
Note the accessories showed in the photo are just for user reference, Not included in the shipping list!
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Wasted a load of time to find out it did not work and it works without messing about changing libraries.
One bad thing is no schematic for this that I can find that is.....
Con Arduino va tutto bene, c'è un file con le descrizioni ed i programmi.