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Here is the wiring diagram for this circuit. The diagram shows it being wired using an Arduino Pro Micro board, which has a built-in USB programming port. The rest of the pictures here show building the same circuit but using a Pro Mini board instead. Either will work fine. Any diode will work, but a 1N5817 is the best kind to use. The Buck converter at top left should output 5.0V. The ethernet module used is a W5500 type, with an onboard 3.3V regulator.

See here for the full story.
Here is the wiring diagram for this circuit. The diagram shows it being wired using an Arduino Pro Micro board, which has a built-in USB programming port. The rest of the pictures here show building the same circuit but using a Pro Mini board instead. Either will work fine. Any diode will work, but a 1N5817 is the best kind to use. The Buck converter at top left should output 5.0V. The ethernet module used is a W5500 type, with an onboard 3.3V regulator.See here for the full story. (eth-wiring)
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