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NEW PRODUCT - Freetronics MAC Address Module

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Now available from Tronixlabs Australia is the new MAC Address Module from Freetronics. This module is an  easy to use breakout for the Microchip 24AA025E48 MAC address ROM, which has an I2C interface and comes pre-programmed with a unique MAC address:

Freetronics MAC Address Module from Tronixlabs Australia


The module is tolerant over a wide voltage range between 1.7 and 5.5V DC, so ideal for almost any development board. Each module has a unique MAC address so with some quick coding you are ready in no time at all. 

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