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Embedded TCP/IP Network Module

The eIP-10 is a small network module implemented with Microchip's PIC18F2620 8-bit Microcontroller and ENC28J60 Ethernet Network Controller.

The circuit board includes all required components for both controllers, a serial 256Kbit EEPROM for storage of board configuration, HTML pages and graphic files, LEDs for health and board activity, and a RJ-45 jack for connection to an Ethernet Local Area Network.

The board ships fully assembled and tested, and pre-programmed with a demo application firmware based on Microchip's TCP/IP Stack.

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U$S 55.00/ea - Currently OUT OF STOCK    
  • 8-bit reprogrammable 40 MHz Microcontroller with Enhanced Flash Memory
  • On board 10Mbps Ethernet controller and RJ45 jack for network connection
  • Small 2" by 3" circuit board footprint
  • Single +5V DC supply
  • Supports latest Microchip's TCP/IP Protocol Stack (v5.25)
  • On board Flash EEPROM
  • Fully assembled and tested
  • List price : U$S 55.00
  • Actual shipping charges apply
  • Texas residents 8.125% Sales Tax applies
Technical Documentation & Software

eIP-10 Datasheet (Updated)  
How to build the demo application based on Microchip's TCP/IP Stack  
Brush Electronics Ethernet Boot Loader for eIP-10  

Information and datasheets for relevant parts

Microchip's PIC18F2620/4620 8-bit MCU Product Page  
Microchip's ENC28J60 Ethernet Controller Product Page  
Microchip's 25LC256 Serial EEPROM Product Page  
Pulse Engineering J1006F01P 10/100BaseT Integrated magnetics RJ45 Jack  

Useful Links

TCP/IP Stack Source code and useful software tools

Microchip's TCP/IP Stack Main Page  
Microchip's MPLAB Integrated Development Environment  
Microchip's MPLAB C18 Compiler  
Wireshark Network Protocol Analyzer  

Additional Resources

Brush Electronics Ethernet Boot Loader  
Microchip TCP/IP Stack Application Note (AN833)  
Microchip Users Forum - TCP/IP-Ethernet  

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Last Update: July 19, 2011