Its an Arduino IDE compatible Wifi ESP8266-12E onboard LED module.Designed by Fred, Ships from China
Introduction: It’s a Arduino-compatible , WiFi-enabled portable board, it has SSD1306 0.96” Monochrome OLED screen directly soldered onto the board which makes it compact and portable. It allows u...Read More…
Introduction: It’s a Arduino-compatible , WiFi-enabled portable board, it has SSD1306 0.96” Monochrome OLED screen directly soldered onto the board which makes it compact and portable. It allows users to use Arduino IDE (Integrated Development Environment) interface to upload sketches directly. To make it compact and portable we had to separate FTDI ( USB To TTL) that makes it cheaper and affordable.
Its an ESP8266 and SSD1306 based hardware! Can be used as a badge or simple wifi IOT home display. USB to TTL cable included!
If you have suggestion or need to modify this hardware design for larger quantity! Pleas feel free to contact me.
Pins for OLED and ESP8266: const int I2C_DISPLAY_ADDRESS = 0x3c const int SDA_PIN = 13 const int SDC_PIN = 12
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Tracking available , If you don't want tracking please let me know ! you will be able to save a dollar! but its not recommended.
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I am a medical doctor currently living and working in china. I have a degree in electronics and its my hobby and passion to make DIY electronics time to time.
When I first arrived in China I discovered a world of cheap electronic components from which I could make practically anything I wanted. I started making things for myself then moved on to making gifts for my friends. Pretty soon, my services were in demand from others: hobbyists, small IOT investors, university professors. I bought components online and shipped kits to my customers in Europe and America.
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