Thursday, August 11, 2011

Nanode: Arduino-compatible with Ethernet

The Nanode project from (the?) London Hackspace has been on my radar but didn't make the spreadsheet since I was waiting for it to become available. Well, it's out ($40 kit), and it seems to be a hit!

Unlike the Arduino Ethernet and shield and other boards with built-in ethernet, the Nanode does not use the Wiznet W5100, instead using the Microchip ENC28J60 found in JeeLabs EtherCard, and you can even program it over ethernet!

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