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* Powersupply: Unknown * Powersupply: Unknown
* Redesigned PCB * Redesigned PCB
-* Serial port on JP1. <br>1 = GND<br>2 = Tx<br>3 = Rx<br>4 = Vcc<br>Pin furthest from Ethernet jack is 1.<br>Serial port is no use according to[http://www.francofon.fr/news-article-81-La-Fonera---en-details--Tout-sur-la-Fonera-Plus].+* PCB has layout and room for? (Probably an USB port)
 +* Serial port on JP1. <br>
 +1 = GND<br>
 +2 = Tx<br>
 +3 = Rx<br>
 +4 = Vcc<br>
 +Pin furthest from Ethernet jack is 1.<br>
 +Serial port is no use according to[http://www.francofon.fr/news-article-81-La-Fonera---en-details--Tout-sur-la-Fonera-Plus].
* Appears to be a JTAG header below JP1 * Appears to be a JTAG header below JP1

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The Hardware Specifications

Model 2100

  • CPU: Atheros AR531X_COBRA - MIPS 4KEc V6.4 - 183.50 mhz
  • RAM: Hynix hy57v281620etp-h - 16 MB
  • Flash: ST(84) H - 25P64V6P - MYS 636 - 8 MB
  • Ethernet: (1x) Altima AC101 (10/100 Mbit/s) [Auto-MDI(X)]
  • Wireless: IEEE 802.11b / 802.11g (up to 54 Mbps)
  • Antenna Connector: RP-SMA Connector (Reverse SMA)
  • Antenna Omni-Directional detachable antenna (2dBi)
  • Dimensions: 93.5 mm x 25.5 mm x 70 mm (excluding antenna)
  • Powersupply Input: 100-240V ~ 50-60 Hz 0.3A. Output: 5V DC, 2.0A Output
  • Power Consumption: 4 Watt
  • Reset Switch

Model 2200

  • CPU: Same as 2100.
  • RAM: Same as 2100.
  • Flash: Same as 2100.
  • Ethernet: Same as 2100?
  • Wireless: Same as 2100.
  • Antenna Connector: same as 2100.
  • Antenna: Same as 2100.
  • Dimensions: Same as 2100.
  • Powersupply: 7.5v, 1A Output
  • Redesigned PCB, possibly cooler?
  • No extra pad for a second antenna. Possible internal PCB antenna?
  • Serial port on JP1. Pin closest to Ethernet jack is GND, RX, TX, Power. (I may have RX and TX swapped Daemondust 19:19, 26 Apr 2007 (CEST))

(see http://zone-sys.net/fon2200/)

Model 2100

Environment Requirement

LaFonera complies with the following standards:

  • Temperature: IEC* 68-2-14

0 to 40 degrees C (Standard Operating)

0 to 70 degree C (Non-operation)

  • Humidity: 5% to 95% (Non-condensing)
  • Vibration: IEC 68-2-36, IEC 68-2-6
  • Shock: IEC 68-2-29
  • Drop: IEC 68-2-32


This device is actually made by Accton Accton Home Page as shown doing a search on Fonera's FCC-ID in the FCC database.

A look at the various test reports and external photos shows that this device is provided also under the Trade(Model) Names

   * ACCTON MR3201A
   * FON FON2100A,B,C and F
   * Edge-Core WA3101
   * Philips SNR6500
   * SMC WEBT-G
   * Siemens Gigaset Wlan repeater 108 

Copies of the mentioned FCC-documents may also be found at http://mobileaccess.de/fonera/


*IEC (International Electrotechnical Commission)

LaFonera+

LaFonera+ case.
LaFonera+ case.
LaFonera+ PCB top.
LaFonera+ PCB top.
LaFonera+ PCB bottom.
LaFonera+ PCB bottom.

The latest alliteration of the LaFonera has 2 Ethernet ports, new web interface, and seems to be locked down harder than ever.

  • CPU: Unknown, probably same as 2100.
  • RAM: 16MB
  • Flash: 8MB
  • Ethernet: 2 Ethernet ports, one LAN, one WAN.
  • Wireless: Unknown, probably same as 2100.
  • Antenna Connector: RP-SMA Connector (Reverse SMA)
  • Antenna: Omni-Directional detachable antenna (1.5dBi)
  • Dimensions: 93.5 mm x 25.5 mm x 110 mm (excluding antenna)
  • Powersupply: Unknown
  • Redesigned PCB
  • PCB has layout and room for? (Probably an USB port)
  • Serial port on JP1.

1 = GND
2 = Tx
3 = Rx
4 = Vcc
Pin furthest from Ethernet jack is 1.
Serial port is no use according to[1].

  • Appears to be a JTAG header below JP1

References