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ESP8266 Deep Sleep with Arduino IDE

Monday, October 30th, 2017

Rui Santos has written a great guide shows us what’s Deep Sleep and how to use it with the ESP8266 in the Arduino IDE. With most of the ESP8266 modules, you can’t change the hardware to save power, but you can write software to do it. If you use the...

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SQUIX ESP8266 based e-paper WiFi weather station

Friday, October 27th, 2017

Erich Styger documented his experience building Daniel Eichhorn’s e-paper weather station with a custom enclosure: Using e-paper for a weather station is an ideal solution, as the data does not need to be updated often. By default, the station reaches out every 20 minutes for new data over WiFi and...

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WiFi TFT touch LCD weather station with ESP8266

Wednesday, September 20th, 2017

Erich Styger built this ESP8266 WiFi weather station with touch LCD and wrote a post on his blog detailing its assembly: After the “WiFi OLED Mini Weather Station with ESP8266“, here is another one: this time with Touch LCD :-)  In the previous article (“WiFi OLED Mini Weather Station with...

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Pulsecounting and deepsleep based IoT water meter

Monday, May 15th, 2017

Tisham Dhar has written an article detailing his pulsecounting and deepsleep based IoT water meter project: I admit to being a tiny bit obsessed with monitoring utility bills and gathering data on my usage patterns blow-by-blow. The energy monitoring has reduced my electricity bills, so I wanted to have a...

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Duck DNS ESP8266 mini WiFi client

Friday, May 12th, 2017

An ESP8266 Duck DNS client from Davide Gironi: It is powered by USB, it can also be powered by the router USB port. It's built on a pretty old ESP-01 board. It has two led, one is the ESP-01 WiFi connection status embedded one, the other is connected to the...

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Esp8266 WebServer farm

Wednesday, March 8th, 2017

An Esp8266 WebServer farm project by Eldon Brown's (a.k.a WA0UWH) After several long months, I have reactivated my Esp8266 WebServer Farm. Currently, one of my WebServers can be accessed as: esp.wa0uwh.com:8154 More info at WA0UWH homepage.

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Tiny ESP8266 Breakout Board

Tuesday, March 7th, 2017

Stavros made a very small ESP8266 breakout board: A very small breakout for the ESP8266. Includes all necessary pullups/pulldowns for it to boot to your code, a LDO regulator, a 3V3 output pin and enough breadboard space for one row on each side on a standard breadboard. Full details on...

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ESP8266 LED lighting: QuinLED v2.6 PCB

Wednesday, February 8th, 2017

Quindor designed and built an ESP8266 LED lighting QuinLED project with Dirty Board PCBs: It’s been a long time in the making but I’ve finally put the final touches on my newest revision of QuinLED! This makes it version 2.6 rev 1.00. Let’s check it out! This post is part of...

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EasyESP-1: a rapid prototyping and development board for ESP8266

Tuesday, January 10th, 2017

Raj over at Embedded Lab has designed a development board for ESP8266: EasyESP-1 is a rapid prototyping board for the low-cost, WiFi-enabled ESP8266 microcontroller. With an onboard USB-to-Serial converter pre-installed, EasyESP-1 does not require any additional hardware to download your application firmware to the ESP8266 chip. The ESP module used...

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Automation platform: ActoSenso Nodes

Thursday, December 22nd, 2016

Viktor Takacs just published the second part of a series on his automation platform, which he call ActoSenso Platform.  This second post of a series discussed about some of the nodes that can be used in ActoSenso Platform: ActoSenso Nodes are small hardware devices that are the "eyes", "ears" and "hands"...

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Homebrew WiFi shield

Monday, December 12th, 2016

m0xpd has published a new build, the homebrew WiFi shield: Having just finished development of the new m0xpd / Kanga ESP8266 - AD9834 board, I find myself with a few WiFi components knocking about on the bench - so I figured it would be fun to try to make a...

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How to run your ESP8266 for years on a battery

Thursday, December 1st, 2016

Here's a detailed article on how to run an ESP8266 for a long time on a battery by Marco Schwartz: For most of the projects I am building with the ESP8266 WiFi chip, I usually don’t care too much about the power consumption aspect. I for example build data loggers that...

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Wifi enabled 8×64 pixel LED matrix display

Wednesday, September 21st, 2016

Raj over at Embedded Lab has just finished a new project article about Wifi-enabled LED matrix display using ESP8266: This project is a modification of my previous Bluetooth-enabled LED matrix display project, which used 8×64 monochromatic LED matrix (total 512 LEDs) for displaying scrolling text message. The original project used...

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When you need multiple analog inputs for your ESP8266 application

Monday, September 19th, 2016

Tinkermax writes: In specific situations you can get away with having only one ADC by multiplexing your sensors. In my scenario, because I was measuring totally unrelated things, this was not possible. The most obvious approach is to add an external ADC. The drawback is that this requires you to...

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New ESP8266 board

Tuesday, September 13th, 2016

M0xpd writes: You can well see it is an engineering sample, because I'm squeezing the wrong size packages into locations (quarter Watt resistors where eighth Watt components should be, etc) and using a mishmash of different component types, but you'll forgive me, I'm sure. The new design presents the Expressif...

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I2C Continuum

Tuesday, August 2nd, 2016

Peter Scargill writes: Success with I2c – once I realised there was something up at the Arduino end which I could work around, my ESP8266 I2c endeavours have been coming on in leaps and bounds! And here is my test rig – or one of them – I have one...

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Your laundry is done

Monday, August 1st, 2016

Xose from Tinkerman has published a new project: I often forget my wet clothing in the washer and after a day they really smell... so I thought about monitoring my washer and get a notification in my phone when the laundry is done. An ESP8266 based Sonoff by ITead, current monitoring...

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ESP8266/RFM69 wifi gateway

Tuesday, July 26th, 2016

James Coxon writes: The aim was to use ESP8266 and reflash the onboard processor with the Arduino development environment to allow easy porting of the current UKHASnet code. The ESP would act as the main microprocessor and control the RFM69 over SPI. Any packets received by the RFM69 would then...

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ESP8266 temperature logger

Thursday, July 21st, 2016

A ESP8266 temperature logger project from Facelesstech: I decided to use the esp-01 module because I only need 2 GPIO pins since I was using the DS18B20 temp sensor and the WS2812 LED. This made the hardware really cheap and easy to reproduce too. I normally use FTDI boards when it...

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Factory programming ESP8266 gadgets

Tuesday, July 12th, 2016

Johan Kanflo's Esprog pogo pin connector: The FTDI connector can be found on just about any ESP8266 design. If you are building a gadget to be deployed somewhere and not a full blown development board, the FTDI connector is somewhat overkill. And it is quite large. A few pins could be...

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