First steps with the ESP8266-03 development board

Posted on Tuesday, December 9th, 2014 in dev boards by DP


As a follow up to the “Development board for the ESP8266-03” post, Limpkin blogged about his first steps with ESP8266-03 dev board:

As mentioned in my previous blog post I was very optimistic when designing my ESP8266-03 development board and didn’t even prototype it before launching a batch in production. As I just received a few of these boards in the mail today and given that information about this module is scattered all over the internet, I’ll detail here my first steps with it…


Check out the video after the break.

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One Response to “First steps with the ESP8266-03 development board”

  1. Xykon says:

    What is the transfer rate on these modules? As far as I could find out, these are used via UART? Does that mean they are limited to 115200bps minus the uart overhead?

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