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Thread: Remote network sensors
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> It may be worth using something like the Lantronix module to build
> a one-off, but work on using the Microchip ENC28J60 Ethernet
> Interface chip with a PIC as the production hardware. Would mean
> writing a dose of code for the interface, but may well be worth it for
> quantity production.
>
> Microchip has a TCP/IP stack that goes with this chip, I believe, so
> getting something coded for production may not be that big a step

After speaking with my enquirer I came to just that conclusion

His requirement is for these little fellas to be fully in the network, and
will need a TCP/IP stack. That rules out the 10F Wouter

Immediate quantity would be about a dozen for one infrastructure,
hard-wired, after that could be 300-400 using Wi-Fi


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