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Gateway + router + serial converter + WIFI Bridge + OPEN WRT. All in one tiny package, including 580 MHz processor and own operating system. Just connect a sensor or a relay, and you can start the program for your application. Sounds interesting?
WizFi360 is fast, affordable and simple plug&play WiFi module WIZnet designed for various IoT applications, mobile and wearable devices.
Wiznet certainly does! In the overview of wired Ethernet controllers, you will not only find out more, but you will also find a suitable solution for a safe and stable Internet connection.
With the enormous growth of IoT devices connected to the networking, it became evident that far more addresses would be needed to connect devices than the IPv4 address space had available. Wiznet has a solution.
We did it. The demanding "deep dive" training for serial port experts. If you could not attend, we offer you a recording.
We already have a date for “deep dive” Wiznet training! Wednesday, 5.9.2018 at 10:00. Brush up your knowledge on connecting the port with Ethernet. This time, we’ll go deep.
Did you miss our morning training on serial ports? Never mind, we have a recording for you.
Start a free "Boot Camp" training with Wiznet producer and learn how to quickly and easily connect your equipment to Ethernet. On Wednesday 27. 6. 2018 at 10.00 we are going to show you a possibilities of WIZnet’s Serial to Ethernet Converter Products.
WIZnet has just launched a new W7500 & W7500P-based Serial to Ethernet modules (S2E modules), which are pin-to-pin compatible with WIZnet’s existing S2E modules – WIZ1XX series.
Security and reliability are two key parameters when talking about IoT. In comparison with any software based solution, Wiznet´s Hardwired TCP/IP technology provides the best possible performance and the highest security. Hardwired TCP/IP is unattackable, fast and reliable.
This article explains how to make a simple network watch with 7 segment LED display.
Troubles with software IP stack? Your MCU is too busy handling Ethernet connection? Use hardwired TCP/IP IOP!