saper_2 wrote: ↑
Mon Mar 14, 2016 10:55 pm
said, the RJ45 socket is integrated with LAN transformer. But if you really want to do it, then I'll tell you that you need a Ethernet transformer with 1CT:1CT ratio - I recently I committed a circuit (schematic so far) using LAN9514...
How do i connect these trasformers you recomended, just conect all 8 wires to each leg inbeween the striped down pi and the router's rj45?
I also found these but i belove there is a resistor and cap aray in the Pi ethernet conector trasformer.
https://uk.rs-online.com/mobile/p/lan-e ... s/5225917/
Where can i get a complete circuit like the one inside the Pi ethernet conector and how do i wire it on the Pi's PCB pins exactly pls?
I am planning to reduce the profile/height of the RPi3
and remove amongst other components the Ethernet
casing/connector too but i want to connect it to a
router via Ethernet. So i am going to solder wires
directly onto the Pi3 PCB Ethernet connections and
then wire them with very short wires (15cm) to a
router's LAN port RJ45 connections.
Chalenge: I read and saw pics about an embedded "magnetics isolator" circuit inside the Pi3 Ethernet connector.
1. Do i need this for such a small wire distance?
2. If yes which one do i buy and how do i wire it?
3. Do i need all 8 Ethernet wires (don't need Gbps
4. Any other hints about this type of wiring?