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Ethernet Solutions with Integrated MAC and PHY Offering the World's Smallest Embedded Ethernet Controller A wide range of remote communication features are ENC28J60 Embedded Ethernet Controller possible when Ethernet connectivity is added to embedded ■ Integrated MAC and designs. For example, systems can be remotely monitored 10 Base-T PHY using a web browser or email notification can be sent; triggered by service alerts or low product inventory. End ■ 8 KB transmit/ ENC28J60 10 MbpsEthernet users benefit through cost and time savings since they receive buffer SRAM can centrally monitor, control and service their embedded ■ MCU Interface Buffer MAC PHYTX/RXSPI systems over the Internet instead of physically being there. Supported: SPI ■ Available in 28-pin Microchip’s Ethernet solutions address the growing SPDIP, SSOP, SOIC demand for embedded Ethernet products, enabling easy and QFN packages network connectivity for cost-sensitive embedded designs. ■ Free and robust TCP/IP stack optimized for the PIC18, MAC Address Chips PIC24 and PIC32 microcontroller and dsPIC digital ■ Pre-programmed EUI-48™ signal controller families and EUI-64™ node address ■ Supported protocols include: HTTP, SMTP, SNMP, FTP, ■ Up to 1.5 Kb Serial EEPROM SNTP, SSL, TCP, UDP, IP, DHCP, DDNS, ICMP and ARP functionality PIC18F97J60 Ethernet PIC Microcontroller I2C™: 24AA02E48SPI: 25AA02E48 ■ PIC18F microcontroller with built-in Ethernet MAC UNI/O®: 11AA02E48 and 10 Base-T PHY www.microchip.com/MAC ■ 8 KB dedicated Ethernet Buffer RAM ■ Up to 128 KB Flash Development Tools Support ■ Advanced analog and communication peripherals PICDEM.net™ 2 Development Board (DM163024) ■ Available in 64-, 80- and 100-pin TQFP This Ethernet development board supports PIC32MX6XX, PIC32MX7XX Ethernet both the ENC28J60 controller and the PICuni00A0Microcontroller Microchip’s free TCP/IP stack, a web serverPIC18F97J60 MCU. With this board and ■ Integrated 10/100 Mbit can be developed showcasing the capability to remotely Ethernet MAC monitor and control embedded applications over the Internet. ■ Dedicated DMA interface for direct access to the PIC32 Ethernet Starter Kit (DM320004) entire system RAM Contains everything needed to develop ■ Industry standard RMII/ Ethernet or USB peripheral/Host/OTG MII interface to PHY applications using the PIC32. The kit ■ Pre-programmed contains free Microchip TCP/IP software MAC address and the necessary cables. There is an ■ 80 MHz, up to 512 KB integrated debugger/programmer on the board as well as Flash, up to 128 KB RAM an expansion connector. ■ Available in 64-pin (TQFP, QFN) and 100-pin (TQFP, BGA) Fast 100 Mbps Ethernet PICtail Plus Daughter ENC624J600, ENC424J600 Embedded Board (AC164132) Ethernet Controllers this Ethernet board interfaces to thePopulated with the ENC624J600, ■ Integrated MAC and RJ-45 connector. It can be plugged into 10/100 Base-T PHY the Explorer 16 development board ■ 24 KB transmit/ ENC624J600 (DM240001) and the PIC18 Explorer boardySecurit receive buffer SRAM Engines (DM183032) allowing connection to any of Microchip’s ■ MCU Interface PIC18 10/100 Mbps 8-,uni00A016- and 32-bit products.Ethernet 8/16-bit parallel dsPIC® Ethernet PICtail Plus Daughter Board (AC164123)YPHMACerffTX/RXBuInterfaceSPI/ParallelUMCDSCPIC24PIC32 supported: SPI and ■ Cryptographic This board is populated with the 28-pin Security Engines ENC28J60 Ethernet controller which ■ Pre-programmed interfaces to the RJ-45 connector. It can be unique MAC address plugged into the Explorer 16 development board (DM240001), allowing connection ■ Available in 44-pin (TQFP, QFN) and 64-pin (TQFP) to any of Microchip’s 16- and 32-bit products when used in conjunction with the free Microchip TCP/IP stack. 4 Graphics Quick Reference Guide www.microchip.com/ethernet


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