Arduino Ethernet Shield v2.0

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About this product

Overview

  • Add 10/100Mb network capabilities to your Arduino platform
  • Built-in microSD socket to allow you to store files or to use as a server
  • Arduino compatible shield

Product overview

• Add 10/100Mb network capabilities to your Arduino platform
• Built-in microSD socket to allow you to store files or to use as a server
• Arduino compatible shield
• Use with smart devices to access or control your Arduino
• Two TinkerKit inputs, outputs, and TWI pins

What is the Arduino Ethernet Shield v2.0?
The Arduino Ethernet Shield v2.0 allows you to add networking capabilities to your Arduino project as well as the ability to store and host files. The 10/100Mb Ethernet controller allows you to use any other networked device to communicate with your Arduino project. For example you can reset your Arduino, or give it commands from your mobile phone from anywhere in the world.

This shield also has a microSD card socket enabling file storage and hosting, which is great if you’re looking to host your own mini server or keeping your files with you wherever you go.

This enables you to attach it to most Arduino related development boards that have the same pin layout. Connect to development boards without the need of jump leads or soldering, maximising the amount of space you have to work with while maintaining a tidy finish.
This shield is a middle layer shield, as it uses stacking pins so you can add further breakout. Some shields may fit without header extensions, just be cautious of the RJ45 socket.

How can I get the most out of my project?
The on-board Wiznet W5500 Ethernet chip provides a network (IP) stack capable of both TCP and UDP. It supports up to four simultaneous socket connections.

Works perfectly with Arduino’s Ethernet library to allow your sketches to connect to the internet through the shield.

Rated 3 out of 5 by from Instructions not clear This seems to suffer from the arguments between arduino's founders - meaning that this is produced by arduino.org - and doesn't natively work with the IDE provided by the "standard" arduino - arduino.cc - this uses the "ethernet2" library rather than "ethernet" which you have to get from arduino.org - took me a while to work out!
Date published: 2015-12-26
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