MicroMod Single Pair Ethernet Function Board - ADIN1110 Hookup Guide
The SparkFun MicroMod Single Pair Ethernet Function Board - ADIN1110 introduces 10Base-T1L Single Pair Ethernet protocol into the SparkFun MicroMod ecosystem. Using the ADIN1110 Ethernet transceiver from Analog Devices Inc., this Function Board provides a development tool for long-range, 10Mb/s single-pair 10BASE-T1L Ethernet applications. The 10BASE-T1L Ethernet supported by the ADIN1110 is compatible with the 802.3cg IEEE® standard, supports high bandwidth up to 10Mb/s and can send and receive data on connections over 1 kilometer long! We also have the MicroMod Single Pair Ethernet Kit that includes nearly everything you need to get started prototyping a MicroMod Single Pair Ethernet connection.
In this guide we'll cover the basics of 10BASE-T1L Single-Pair Ethernet (SPE), what to expect from the ADIN1110 and other hardware present on this Function Board, how to assemble a SPE circuit and use it with our ADIN1110 Arduino Library.
The following materials are necessary for following along with this guide. All Function Boards require a Main Board and Processor to connect to each other. Depending on your application, you may need a Single or Dual Main Board:
A Processor Board is needed to act as a host controller for the Function Board. We recommend using the STM32 Processor Board:
Finally, a Single Pair Ethernet cable is required to connect the two MicroMod assemblies to each other:
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You may also want to read the tutorials below if you are not familiar with the concepts covered in them: