I'm working on a project involving a Raspberry Pi Zero (not W), and an Arduino Nano with sensors. I need to be able to read data off of the Raspberry Pi without using Wi-Fi, so I'm trying to put Ethernet on my Raspberry Pi. However, the only options I've seen either involve using a USB-Ethernet adapter/hub or using this Arduino SPI-Ethernet ENC28J60 Board.
Now, I would prefer to not use the USB-Ethernet adapter/hub, as I would like to have that exclusively for the Arduino and its sensors so that power from the USB port won't be split between the Arduino and Ethernet, but from what I've seen of the ENC28J60, it's not fast, and it shouldn't work due to requiring more current than the Pi's 3.3V GPIO pin can provide. I was wondering if there were any other options to have Ethernet on the Pi Zero that doesn't involve USB. Are there any official hats or modules that are commonly used (not depreciated, well documented, etc.)?