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'Farnel or RS-Components ethernet transformer suita'
2006\01\24@082530 by Electron

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Hello,
please, can anybody point me to the code# for a Farnel or RS-Components catalog's ethernet transformer suitable for use with the ENC28J60?

I looked in the PIClist's past posts, found one dated 14th of December that says "The specs are in the electrical section. As far as I could see magnetics
for an RTL8019 will be OK". Also, these 3 models were suggested in two other posts: 1) halo tg110-s050n2 2) fb2022 3) Pulse Engineering H2019.
Yet that doesn't help me, in practice, because I didn't find any of them neither in Farnel nor in RS-Componenents' catalogs.

Maybe I'm too optimist, but I can't imagine that nobody here has needed to experiment with the ENC28J60 and hasn't bought a suitable transformer from Farnell (or Newark InOne) or RS-Components. :P

By the way, is there any way to download in a big chunck the whole (I know it's huge) PIClist archive?

Thanks! Have a nice day!

2006\01\25@093029 by William Couture

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Hi!

Sorry for the delay, our EE was out yesterday.

We're designing a new product that will use the ENC28J60 on
a plug-in daughterboard for ethernet connectivity.

Apparently, you have to be careful what magnetics you use with
the chip, as the peak current can be much higher than the RMS
current.  The ones our EE suggests is:
  bel fuse(stewart magnetics)part number BM0810-1X1T-06
This includes the magnetics, RJ-45 connector, and two LEDs,
and is available at Avnet.

Also, if anyone is interested, I can make a PDF of the schematic
available.  It's pretty much the reference diagram, but it dots all
the 'i's and crosses all the 't's.

Bill

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2006\01\25@094439 by Electron

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At 09.30 2006.01.25 -0500, you wrote:
>Also, if anyone is interested, I can make a PDF of the schematic
>available. It's pretty much the reference diagram, but it dots all
>the 'i's and crosses all the 't's.

Please do it, I for one would appreciate the time you'd dedicate to it.

2006\01\25@184953 by Martin K

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I have the last 101,600 piclist messages (sans email addresses) that
takes up 440MB.
Compressed it would presumably take about 240MB.
It's in an SQL database but I could probably be convinced to convert it
to a text file[s] for someone.
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Electron wrote:

>By the way, is there any way to download in a big chunck the whole (I know it's huge) PIClist archive?
>
>Thanks! Have a nice day!
>
>  
>

2006\01\25@190721 by William Couture

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On 1/25/06, Electron <spam_OUTelectron2k4TakeThisOuTspaminfinito.it> wrote:
> At 09.30 2006.01.25 -0500, you wrote:
> >Also, if anyone is interested, I can make a PDF of the schematic
> >available. It's pretty much the reference diagram, but it dots all
> >the 'i's and crosses all the 't's.
>
> Please do it, I for one would appreciate the time you'd dedicate to it.

OK, the schematic is available at
  http://www.picemulator.com/MICROCHIP ETHERNET DESIGN.pdf

Note that we haven't built it yet, so the schematic is untested.  The
parts on are order, I'll let you know if we find any bugs.

Bill

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'Farnel or RS-Components ethernet transformer suita'
2006\05\23@084105 by Electron
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At 19.07 2006.01.25 -0500, you wrote:
>On 1/25/06, Electron <.....electron2k4KILLspamspam@spam@infinito.it> wrote:
>> At 09.30 2006.01.25 -0500, you wrote:
>> >Also, if anyone is interested, I can make a PDF of the schematic
>> >available. It's pretty much the reference diagram, but it dots all
>> >the 'i's and crosses all the 't's.
>>
>> Please do it, I for one would appreciate the time you'd dedicate to it.
>
>OK, the schematic is available at
>   http://www.picemulator.com/MICROCHIP ETHERNET DESIGN.pdf
>
>Note that we haven't built it yet, so the schematic is untested.  The
>parts on are order, I'll let you know if we find any bugs.

Thanks.

2006\05\23@084443 by Electron

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At 18.49 2006.01.25 -0500, you wrote:
>I have the last 101,600 piclist messages (sans email addresses) that
>takes up 440MB.
>Compressed it would presumably take about 240MB.
>It's in an SQL database but I could probably be convinced to convert it
>to a text file[s] for someone.

Text file would be best in my opinion.. I'd appreciate much if you could
make that ZIP (even better, RAR) archive and put it somewhere (FTP?) for me
to download, but I've got myself about 250MB of messages which span only
~2004 till today, so I'd prefer something "official" (assuming it exists),
i.e. if some PIClist administrator created an archive of all posts since
the first one ever.


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