Migration from W5200 to W5500
This page explains migration materials to W5200 users.
Driver for W5200 Users
- Download : w5500_cortexm3_firmware_for_legacy.zip
This driver is provided only for current W5200 users to help with a fast migration to W5500. TTo get the new or latest BSD version driver, please refer to the W5500 Driver page.
W5500 vs W5200 Chip in Comparison
|48 LQFP ( 7 * 7 mm ^ 2 )
|48 QFN ( 7 * 7 mm ^ 2 )
|IO Voltage / Core Voltage
|3.3V / 1.2V
|3.3V / 1.8V
|Number of sockets
|8bit |8bit |8bit |8bit | 8bit
|8bit |8bit |1bit +7bit |8bit | 8bit
|Control 1 byte (Block selection, Read/Write selection, SPI mode selection)
|OP Code 1 bit (Read/Write Selection)
|No Data Length field
|Data Length 15bit
|TX Memory and RX Memory can be used for general data memory.
|TX Memory can be used for general data memory.
|MCU Bus Interface
|SPI / 8bit parallel indirect bus mode
|Regulator Related Circuit
|LDO output pin needs the capacitor. No need to supply the chip power (1.2V).
|LDO output voltage (1.8V) must be applied to the chip power (1.8V) at the outer side of the chip package.
|PHY Power Down Setting
|PHY's power down mode can be set by configuring PHY Register.
|PHY's power down mode can be set by external pin.
|WOL over UDP Support
|WOL over Ethernet Support
|PHY Mode Setting
|PHY mode can be set by Firmware
|4 LEDs (SPD / DUP / ACT / Link)
|3 LEDs (SPD / DUP / Link)
|PHY Auto MDIX Function
|Operating Current @100Mbps Full Link