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Now begin to wire the ethernet module to the Arduino. Begin with a solid wire straight down from Arduino Pin-10 to the SCS (or CS) chip-select signal of the ethernet module. This will also act as a support post, making the assembly much stiffer and more rigid.

Then begin to add the extra signal wires, starting with the orange one shown here. It is easiest to complete that entire first row of five holes on the ethernet module before attaching wires to the second, outer row of five holes.
Now begin to wire the ethernet module to the Arduino. Begin with a solid wire straight down from Arduino Pin-10 to the SCS (or CS) chip-select signal of the ethernet module. This will also act as a support post, making the assembly much stiffer and more rigid.Then begin to add the extra signal wires, starting with the orange one shown here. It is easiest to complete that entire first row of five holes on the ethernet module before attaching wires to the second, outer row of five holes. (z040104802)
z040104802 (13/31): OnePlus-LE2125 ISO160 1/120 f2.2 3.5mm 2022-02-04 10:48
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