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MDL-S2E is a tiny-footprint Stellaris Serial-to-Ethernet Module which offers a complete, ready-to-implement solution designed to add web connectivity to any serial device. The most common application for the MDL-S2E is for augmenting legacy products that only contain a serial port for a configuration or control interface. In addition, newer computers, especially laptop computers, do not necessarily have serial ports and a serial connection is limited by cable length (typically 10 m). Simply installing a Stellaris Serial-to-Ethernet Module into the legacy serial device provides many benefits including no major board redesign or software changes, easy sharing on a network other than Ethernet, tiny form-factor for unobtrusive implementation and 10-meter maximum cable length for serial connections is no longer a limitation.
  • LM3S6432 in a 10 x 10mm BGA package for reduced board size
  • 10/100Mbit Ethernet port
  • Auto MDI/MDIX cross-over correction
  • Traffic and link indicators Serial ports
  • UART ports include RTS/CTS for flow control
  • UART0 has RS-232 levels, transceiver runs at up to 230.4Kbaud
  • UART1 has CMOS/TTL levels, can run at 1.0Mbaud
  • JTAG port pads for factory programming
  • Telnet client for Ethernet based serial port extender
  • IP configuration with static IP address or DHCP


Industrial, Building Automation, Test & Measurement, Communications & Networking, Medical, Sensing & Instrumentation, Security

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