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-====== Migration ======+====== Migration ​from W5200 to W5500 ====== 
 + 
 +This page explains migration materials to W5200 users.
  
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-===== Migration from W5200 to W5500 ==== +==== Driver for W5200 Users ==== 
-  * W5500 vs W5200 Comparison  +  * Download : {{:​products:​w5500:​w5500_cortexm3_firmware_for_legacy.zip|w5500_cortexm3_firmware_for_legacy.zip}} 
-  * {{:​products:​w5500:​w5500_cortexm3_firmware_for_legacy.zip|w5500_cortexm3_firmware_for_legacy.zip}}+  * <WRAP center round important 60%> 
 +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 [[products:​w5500:​driver|W5500 Driver]] page. 
 +</​WRAP>​ 
 + 
 +==== W5500 vs W5200 Chip in Comparison ==== 
 +<​markdown>​ 
 +<table border="​0"​ cellspacing="​0"​ cellpadding="​0"​ > 
 +<​tbody>​ 
 +<​tr>​ 
 +<​th>​Device</​th><​th>​W5500</​th><​th>​W5200</​th>​ 
 +</​tr>​ 
 +<​tr>​ 
 +<td width="​356"​ valign="​top">​Process</​td>​ 
 +<td width="​356"​ valign="​top">​0.13um</​td>​ 
 +<td width="​356"​ valign="​top">​0.18um</​td>​ 
 +</​tr>​ 
 +<​tr>​ 
 +<td width="​356"​ valign="​top">​Package</​td>​ 
 +<td width="​356"​ valign="​top">​48 LQFP (7*7 mm^2)</​td>​ 
 +<td width="​356"​ valign="​top">​48 QFN  (7*7 mm^2)</​td>​ 
 +</​tr>​ 
 +<​tr>​ 
 +<td width="​356"​ valign="​top">​IO Voltage / Core Voltage</​td>​ 
 +<td width="​356"​ valign="​top">​3.3V / 1.2V </​td>​ 
 +<td width="​356"​ valign="​top">​3.3V / 1.8V </​td>​ 
 +</​tr>​ 
 +<​tr>​ 
 +<td width="​356"​ valign="​top">​Number of sockets</​td>​ 
 +<td width="​356"​ valign="​top">​8 ea</​td>​ 
 +<td width="​356"​ valign="​top">​8 ea</​td>​ 
 +</​tr>​ 
 +<​tr>​ 
 +<td rowspan="​4">​SPI Frame 
 +<td width="​356"​ valign="​top">​ADD1|ADD2|Control|Data0|Data1…</​td>​ 
 +<td width="​356"​ valign="​top">​ADD1|ADD0|OP+LEN1|LEN0|Data…</​td>​ 
 +</​tr>​ 
 +<​tr>​ 
 +<td width="​356"​ valign="​top">​8bit |8bit |8bit |8bit | 8bit</​td>​ 
 +<td width="​356"​ valign="​top">​8bit |8bit |1bit +7bit |8bit | 8bit</​td>​ 
 +</​tr>​ 
 +<​tr>​ 
 +<td width="​356"​ valign="​top">​Control 1 byte (Block selection, Read/Write selection, SPI mode selection)</​td>​ 
 +<td width="​356"​ valign="​top">​OP Code 1 bit (Read/Write Selection)</​td>​ 
 +</​tr>​ 
 +<​tr>​ 
 +<td width="​356"​ valign="​top">​No Data Length field</​td>​ 
 +<td width="​356"​ valign="​top">​Data Length 15bit</​td>​ 
 +</​tr>​ 
 + 
 + 
 +<​tr>​ 
 +<td width="​356"​ valign="​top">​Memory Access</​td>​ 
 +<td width="​356"​ valign="​top">​TX Memory and RX Memory can be used for general data memory.</​td>​ 
 +<td width="​356"​ valign="​top">​TX Memory can be used for general data memory.</​td>​ 
 +</​tr>​ 
 +<​tr>​ 
 +<td width="​356"​ valign="​top">​MCU Bus Interface</​td>​ 
 +<td width="​356"​ valign="​top">​SPI</​td>​ 
 +<td width="​356"​ valign="​top">​SPI / 8bit parallel indirect bus mode</​td>​ 
 +</​tr>​ 
 + 
 +<​tr>​ 
 +<td width="​356"​ valign="​top">​Regulator Related Circuit</​td>​ 
 +<td width="​356"​ valign="​top">​LDO output pin needs the capacitor. No need to supply the chip power (1.2V).</​td>​ 
 +<td width="​356"​ valign="​top">​LDO output voltage (1.8V) must be applied to the chip power (1.8V) at the outer side of the chip package.</​td>​ 
 +</​tr>​ 
 + 
 +<​tr>​ 
 +<td width="​356"​ valign="​top">​PHY Power Down Setting</​td>​ 
 +<td width="​356"​ valign="​top">​PHY'​s power down mode can be set by configuring PHY Register.</​td>​ 
 +<td width="​356"​ valign="​top">​PHY'​s power down mode can be set by external pin.</​td>​ 
 +</​tr>​ 
 + 
 +<​tr>​ 
 +<td width="​356"​ valign="​top">​WOL Function</​td>​ 
 +<td width="​356"​ valign="​top">​WOL over UDP Support</​td>​ 
 +<td width="​356"​ valign="​top">​WOL over Ethernet Support</​td>​ 
 +</​tr>​ 
 + 
 +<​tr>​ 
 +<td width="​356"​ valign="​top">​PHY Mode Setting</​td>​ 
 +<td width="​356"​ valign="​top">​PHY mode can be set by Firmware</​td>​ 
 +<td width="​356"​ valign="​top"></​td>​ 
 +</​tr>​ 
 + 
 +<​tr>​ 
 +<td width="​356"​ valign="​top">​Status LED</​td>​ 
 +<td width="​356"​ valign="​top">​4 LEDs (SPD / DUP / ACT / Link)</​td>​ 
 +<td width="​356"​ valign="​top">​3 LEDs (SPD / DUP / Link)</​td>​ 
 +</​tr>​ 
 + 
 +<​tr>​ 
 +<td width="​356"​ valign="​top">​PHY Auto MDIX Function</​td>​ 
 +<td width="​356"​ valign="​top">​No Support</​td>​ 
 +<td width="​356"​ valign="​top">​Support</​td>​ 
 +</​tr>​ 
 + 
 +<​tr>​ 
 +<td width="​356"​ valign="​top">​Operating Current @100Mbps Full Link</​td>​ 
 +<td width="​356"​ valign="​top">​Typical 132mA</​td>​ 
 +<td width="​356"​ valign="​top">​Typical 160mA</​td>​ 
 +</​tr>​ 
 +</​tbody>​ 
 +</​table>​ 
 + 
 +</​markdown>​
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