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Flyport ETHERNET is miniature web server module featuring a fully integrated ETHERNET interface and several interfaces to the ‘real world’.


Flyport Ethernet is a miniature web server module featuring a fully integrated Ethernet 10/100 and several interfaces for the ‘real world’.
The module integrates a powerful 16 bit processor which runs our framework and your application. The BASE-T 100/100 Ethernet transceiver handles the connectivity. 2 versions are available: with RJ connector onboard or without RJ connector (to use an external one on the expansion board).


The module provides the embedded world with a powerful ‘Internet engine’ and a customizable browser based interface (webserver) over a LAN, in a small footprint, at low power and low cost. Real time data can be both displayed and/or updated from a standard web browser, even on smartphone or tablets, as Flyport supports dynamic web pages.


Flyport Ethernet supports:
- HTTP (customizable webserver)
- FOTA Firmware upgrade over Internet


Flyport has a serial booloader onboard. The free IDE allows to create applications, to import web pages and to compile and download code on the module. The IDE shrinks the development time of connected applications since it hides the complexity of the communication stack. The developer just need C expertise to create the application: Flyport manages all the required network interfacing, internet communications protocols and webserver.


The communication stack and application are stored into the 256K microcontroller flash memory. An extra 16Mbit Flash storage is onboard for embedded web server or Firmware upgrade over Internet. Stunning web pages can be created to provide a great user browser based interface for almost any system.


  • 16 bits, 16 MIPS, PIC 24FJ256 processor
  • BASE-T 10/100 Ethernet transceiver
  • 16 Mbit FLASH memory
  • Firmware upgrade over Internet
  • Low power - hibernation mode supported
  • Zero investment, free IDE and bootloader
  • Shrink the development time of a connected application
  • Compact - 35*50mm
  • Remappable pinout
  • UART, I2C, SPI interfaces
  • Analog and digital I/O pins
  • 2,048V Precise voltage reference onboard (for ADC)
  • RTC quartz onboard (32.768Khz)
  • Power over Ethernet: 2 pins of the RJ45 connector may be used for this. It's not the standard PoE.
  • Built-in security features
  • Ad hoc or infrastructure mode supported
  • 2 versions:with/without RJ45 connector



  • IoT Internet of Things
  • Smart Objects
  • Energy monitoring
  • Home/Industrial automation
  • Interaction with Cloud services
  • Vending Machines
  • Wireless sensor Network and more