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What is it? It's a little self-contained module based off a standard SSD1306 0.96' OLED display and a Backpack module. On the backpack module is an ESP8285 32Bit MCU with integrated 802.11n Wi-Fi...Read More…
It's a little self-contained module based off a standard SSD1306 0.96' OLED display and a Backpack module. On the backpack module is an ESP8285 32Bit MCU with integrated 802.11n Wi-Fi modem. The ESP8285 is the equivalent to an ESP8266, just with internal Flash memory.
I needed a display which can display stuff based on sent MQTT protocols. It's ideal for such kind of use! But sure you can use it for any other purpose. It is reprogrammable with your own Software via UART Pins.
The size of it makes it really special. It's just ~3x3cm and ~0.7cm thick! Besides, it's size it's really powerful. You can easily do MQTT and refresh the Display simultaneously!
Even doing some simple 3D isn't any kind of issue:
My goal is to provide the best quality possible. The modules are hand assembled in Switzerland. I test every module prior shipping. This is a free time project from a Nerd, thus it lacks from any certifications and isn't RoHS conform.
How big is the red backpack PCB?
Is your Software public?
How can I power the thing?
It just doesn't work. What can I do?
What do I get if I buy one of this?
Amazing thing! But I miss Sensor XYZ on it. Do you have a solution?
Looks great. But doesn't it need an Antenna for the Wi-fi?
Can I use it together with Deep Sleep?
Is it compatible with my Arduino IDE XYZ?
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Benno | June 24, 2017
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