An advanced web server with a micro
Published in issue 12/2010 on page 26
An Internet connection would be a valuable addition to many projects, but often designers are put off by the complexities involved. The ‘NetWorker’, which consists of a small printed circuit board, a free software library and a ready-to-use microcontroller-based web server, solves these problems and allows beginners to add Internet connectivity to their projects. More experienced users will benefit from features such as SPI communications, power over Ethernet (PoE) and more.
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Extra info, Update
Update, November 11, 2010
We're sorry no ready-programmed microcontrollers can be supplied for this project. The microcontroller is an SMD device requiring special handling soldering techniques. Ready built and tested boards for the Networker are available and come with a ready-programmed micro fitted.
Resistors (SMD 0603)
R101 = 1MOhm
R102 = 4.7kOhm
R103 = 1kOhm
R104 = 2.26kOhm
R105,R106 = 560Ohm
R107–R110 = 49.9Ohm (1%)
Capacitors (SMD 0603):
Inductors (SMD 0603):
FE101 = 1k @ 100 MHz
IC1= PIC18F67J60 (TQFP64), UPDATE: NOT AVAILABLE.
IC2= 11AA02E48 (SOT23)
TR1= 10/100Base-TX transformer, Halo N5 (SMD), PoE to IEEE 802.3af
J1= 8+2+2 pin RJ45 socket, w. 2 integrated LEDs
JP1,JP2 = 10-pin SIL pinheader (lead pitch 0.1 in.)
Q101 = 25 MHz SMD quartz crystal, HC49UP case
PCB, Elektor # 100552-1
NetWorker module, ready built and tested, Elektor # 100552-91