Arduino-compatible board with integrated Ethernet and PoE support
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Freetronics EtherTen

Copyright 2010-2013 Freetronics Pty Ltd
Freetronics site: www.freetronics.com
Freetronics email: info@freetronics.com

The EtherTen is a 100% Arduino Compatible Board, based on the Arduino Uno reference design, but with improvements and updates for ease of use, cost and getting started. It also includes on-board Ethernet with PoE (Power -over-Ethernet) support.

Features:

  • LEDs visible on the edge
  • Micro-USB Connector
  • I2C MAC address ROM
  • Overlay guide where you need it (both top and bottom)
  • D13 pin works for everything
  • RX pin biased
  • Mounting holes, power and X3 pads
  • All connections in the same place

You can view more at our product page at:

http://www.freetronics.com/etherten

This repository includes a handy copy of the schematic in PDF format.

INSTALLATION

The design is saved as an EAGLE project. EAGLE PCB design software is available from www.cadsoftusa.com free for non-commercial use. To use this project download it and place the directory containing these files into the "eagle" directory on your computer. Then open EAGLE and navigate to Projects -> eagle -> EtherTen.

DISTRIBUTION

The specific terms of distribution of this project are governed by the license referenced below.

LICENSE

This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.
To view a copy of this license, visit

http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/legalcode

or send a letter to

Creative Commons
171 Second Street, Suite 300
San Francisco
California, 94105
USA

The "license" folder within this repository also contains copies of the licences referenced above.

CREDITS

The EtherTen was designed by Marc Alexander (marc@freetronics.com) and Jonathan Oxer (jon@freetronics.com) based on previous work by the Arduino team (www.arduino.cc/playground/Main/People) which includes:

  • Massimo Banzi
  • David Cuartielles
  • Tom Igoe
  • Gianluca Martino
  • David A. Mellis