The Intel® 82583V Gigabit Ethernet Controller is a small 9 mm x 9 mm, 64-pin, quad flatpack no-lead (QFN) silicon package that is ideal for GbE implementations on small form-factor embedded designs. The Intel 82583V Gigabit Ethernet Controller consumes less than 750 milliwatts (mW) in GbE mode and less than 300 mW in 10/100 mode.
The robust design also incorporates optional internal voltage regulation that can reduce the number of voltage supplies required from the platform to power the core and I/O functions. The Intel 82583V Gigabit Ethernet Controller is completely lead-free and halogen-free in the silicon and package design to reduce the potential for environmental impact.
|Product Name||Intel® 82583V Gigabit Ethernet Controller|
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|Temperature range||0° C to 85° C|
|System interface type||PCIe* v1.0a (2.5 GT/s)|
9mm x 9mm
WoL, PXE remote boot
Covers specifications, functions, power management and delivery, interfaces, design, more.
Covers scope, hardware clarifications, changes, updates, errata, and software clarifications.
Diagrams and tables show functional block and power supply, designs, interfaces, jumper tables, more.
Covers the HSPICE*-based design simulation kit availability, facilitating board layout and design.
Technical documentation for Intel® Ethernet Controllers and PHYs
App Note: Assists BIOS developers integrate the Boot Agent into the BIOS.
App Note: Steps following an IEEE PHY conformance testing failure of an Intel® LAN-based design.
Covers sideband, SMBus, and NC-SI interfaces, troubleshooting, and manageability registers.
Application Note covers remote boot option ROM image options, PCI 3.0 and EEPROM considerations, more.
Covers product discontinuance for Intel 10/100 PCI Fast Ethernet components.
Covers IP forwarding and pinning queues to processors for Intel® Ethernet Controllers.