The Arduino Ethernet Shield 2 comes in 2 versions: one with PoE and one without PoE. The shields have been designed to integrate rapid internet connection into designs that use Arduino boards. Other shields can be stacked right on top of the ethernet shield, allowing for optimum functionality integration in designs. Both shields feature the Wiznet W5500 ethernet chip that provide an IP stack that supports TCP and UDP protocols. The W5500 also supports up to 8 socket connections at once.
The current Shield has a Power over Ethernet (PoE) module designed to extract power from a conventional twisted pair Category 5 Ethernet cable.
PoE module features as follows:
• IEEE802.3af compliant
• Input voltage range 36V to 57V
• Overload and short-circuit protection
• 12V Output
• High efficiency DC/DC converter: typ 85% @ 80% load
• 1500V isolation (input to output)
Comparison with previous version
Version 2 features an on-board microSD card slot as a pose to a standard size SD card.The upgraded version 2 also has a higher Arduino board compatibility — the previous version does not support the Mega board.
All you need is an Arduino board, a 5 V operating voltage (this will come from the Arduino board), an ethernet controller, 10/100 Mb connection speed and and connection with an Arduino via an SPI port.
|Microcontroller||W5500 Ethernet Chip|
|Input Voltage (Recommended)||PoE Input Voltage: 36 to 57 VDC|
|Memory Card||MicroSD card slot/card reader|
|Communication||Ethernet with Power-over-Ethernet (PoE)|
|Features||5 status LEDs, Power-over-Ethernet (PoE)|
|Output Voltage||PoE Output Voltage: 12VDC|
|Dimension||68.6 mm (L) x 53.4 mm (W)|
Arduino Ethernet Shield Ver.2 - with PoE
- Brand: Arduino
- Model: A000025
- Availability: In Stock