The module has the network connection 'on-board' up to the RJ45 socket. In the POE version, power can be supplied to the carrier card and the module via the network (IEEE802.3af, Power over Ethernet).

This eliminates the need to implement complex high-speed cables on the separate carrier card.

All available connections of the eNetMini.1601 module are routed to the carrier card via solderable/pluggable pin headers in a 2 mm grid. It is therefore ideally suited to being soldered/plugged onto different carrier cards at a later date.

  • 32 Bit ARM Cortex-M4, 120MHz
  • 256KB SRAM
  • 512KB FLASH
  • 128MBit SPI-FLASH
  • Network controller incl. cable interface

Many interfaces (24 I/Os) of the CPU are routed to the carrier card and can be used to implement various interfaces (UART, SPI, I2C, CAN, USB, RTC, PWM) or digital inputs/outputs. It is also intended to be used as an address and data bus to connect external peripherals (FPGA).


Due to its extremely small dimensions of just 30 mm x 44.5 mm, the module is ideally suited for integration into very small devices.


To meet industrial requirements, the module can be soldered directly to the carrier board using standard post connectors. Independently of this, the module can be plugged in for laboratory use.


Libraries for various CAD systems, such as Altium Designer, are available to make it easier to integrate the eNetMini into your own projects.

Long-term availability

We guarantee a long-term availability of the module of at least 5 years.

Thanks to our own development and production facilities in Wuppertal, pink-compatible successors can be realized beyond this period.

The firmware supplied with the eNetMini is immediately ready for use and functional, but can be adapted to the respective requirements using the Code Composer Studio (IDE, Texas Instruments). The easiest way to get started with your development is to use one of our eNetEval.1702.