Adaptor PCB to allow WIZnet W550io Ethernet modules to be soldered onto an Espruino PicoDesigned by Gordon Williams, Ships from United Kingdom
This is just the PCB. Ethernet module and Espruino Pico not included! What is it? This is a PCB that lets you solder a WIZnet W550io Ethernet module onto your Espruino Pico. The W550io (W5500 chip)...Read More…
This is just the PCB. Ethernet module and Espruino Pico not included!
This is a PCB that lets you solder a WIZnet W550io Ethernet module onto your Espruino Pico.
The W550io (W5500 chip) is a fantastic way to add internet connectivity to your Pico. It's fast, reliable, and easy to use. The shim can easily be soldered to both pinned and unpinned Espruino Picos, and when used with unpinned boards it breaks out the 0.05" pin strip to easily accessible 0.1" strip.
Note: This board places the pico upside-down relative to the WIZnet W550io so that you can access the button. Unfortunately this makes it less suitable for use on breadboards.
Note: while prices are in USD, Puck.js devices are shipped from England. If you live in the UK or Europe, VAT is included in the price you pay. If not, you may be liable to pay your country's import tax when you receive the package.
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Royal Mail: First Class Air Mail
Items are usually posted within 3 working days, and delivery is 5 to 7 working days after that. This does not include tracking.
Royal Mail: Tracked & Signed
Tracked and Signed in most countries (one or two only offer tracked until it enters the country, then a signature on delivery)
Braydon | Aug. 8, 2016
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