Network your project with Serial to Ethernet

Network your project with Serial to Ethernet

Posted on 13. Mar, 2011 by in Misc Modules

You can easily and affordably enable any of your projects so they will work on a normal Ethernet network with these tiny serial-to-Ethernet modules!

Just imagine how cool it would be to make some of your projects able to communicate over a network... Would you have them talk to a full PC for control and data logging? Would you have them talk with each other so the modules could work together to accomplish larger tasks?

Well, for about $30 (in single quantities, assembled module), now you can! The Netburner SBL2e chip allows easy use of its on-board dual serial ports, eight A/D converter inputs, and optional SPI/I2C/CAN busses across a standard RJ45 Ethernet plug. There is a full evaluation kit available for about $100 also, if you want to get up to speed faster and easier (and who doesn't?)

The SBL2e chip is available as a standalone chip, or as a number of pre-built modules complete with RJ45 jack and pin headers ready to interface to whatever project your imagination can dream-up.

Features of the various serial-to-Ethernet modules include:

  • Serial Ports
  • Digital I/O
  • A/D
  • I2C
  • SPI
  • RS-422/485
  • Multifunction Server

If you want to put your projects on your network and get them communicating easily, check-out the SBL2e modules today. Oh, and be sure to come back and leave a comment describing what you built!

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One Response to “Network your project with Serial to Ethernet”

  1. Shadman

    05. Apr, 2016

    I want to convert output of a sensor (which is in I2C format) to ethernet for further use in Real Time Simulink. does this module can be used for this purpose or will i have to buy full evaluation kit?

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