Difference between revisions of "Hammer Board HOWTOS"

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This is a place holder for the How-To section
 
This is a place holder for the How-To section
  
How to get an [http://elinux.org/Enc28j60 Enc28j60] working on the Hammer board
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How to get an [http://elinux.org/Enc28j60 ENC28J60-H] working on the Hammer board
  
First you have to get an Enc28j60, the following links may be usefull:
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First you have to get an ENC28J60-H, the following links may be usefull:
  
 
*[http://www.sparkfun.com/commerce/product_info.php?products_id=765 SparkFun]
 
*[http://www.sparkfun.com/commerce/product_info.php?products_id=765 SparkFun]
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Next we will be soldering it on to the [http://elinux.org/Hammer_Carrier Hammer Carrier board]
 
Next we will be soldering it on to the [http://elinux.org/Hammer_Carrier Hammer Carrier board]
  
We will need an aux 3.3V regulator as the Enc28j60 can draw up to 250ma from its supply.
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We will need an aux 3.3V regulator as the ENC28J60-H can draw up to 250ma from its supply.
Make sure that your 5V main power supply can supply the Hammer as well as the Enc28j60.
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Make sure that your 5V main power supply can supply the Hammer as well as the ENC28J60-H.
  
 
Insert picture of the result
 
Insert picture of the result
  
Insert picture of the wires soldered to the spi VccAux & Gnd points
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Insert picture of the wires soldered to the SPI, VccAux & Gnd points
  
 
Software driver info:
 
Software driver info:

Revision as of 00:15, 1 August 2007

This is a place holder for the How-To section

How to get an ENC28J60-H working on the Hammer board

First you have to get an ENC28J60-H, the following links may be usefull:

Next we will be soldering it on to the Hammer Carrier board

We will need an aux 3.3V regulator as the ENC28J60-H can draw up to 250ma from its supply. Make sure that your 5V main power supply can supply the Hammer as well as the ENC28J60-H.

Insert picture of the result

Insert picture of the wires soldered to the SPI, VccAux & Gnd points

Software driver info:

The Good  Kernel SPI API
  The Bad  &
    The Ugly  The current "driver"