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Serial to WiFi Stand Alone Module for Arduino

Serial to WiFi Stand Alone Module for Arduino

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Stock No: 32704 MP
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 Detailed Description
WiFi SOC (System on Chip) for Microcontrollers
Self contained WIFI Module using the Espressif ESP8266EX SoC 32bit CPU/SRAM with 4MB Flash Memory for standalone applications such as IoT/IIot or system operation.
Application Info. On Line at Arduino, Espressif, GitHub & others.
Not recommended for Beginners!
Power: 3.3V (DO NOT USE 5V)
Current: <250mA Can exceed Arduino's 3.3V Supply output
Reprogrammable Factory installed Firmware: AT command set, 115200 baud
(Arduino is typ. set at 9600 will have to change)
Supports:
802.11b/g/n wireless standards
WiFi Direct P2P
TCP/IP Protocol
SDIO 1.1/2.0, SPI, UART, STBC
STBC, 1X1 & 1X2 MIMO
Smart Link intelligent networking
2 X 4 Pin, 0.1 pitch male header
L: 1-1/8” W: 9/16” H: 7/16” WT: .001


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California Proposition 65 Warning WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Nickel which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and which is known to the State of California to cause birth defects and/or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov


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Amazing Little MCU Board with Wifi
These things would be better called MCU controller board with built in wifi. The Wifi Module thing kindof implies that you need another arduino to drive it. NOT SO. They have an 80 MHz 32 bit processor on them. You can pull up the Arduino IDE and select Generic ESP8366 and then you can program them in C++ like any other arduino. You will need a USB to TTL Serial converter and a few wiring jumpers to program it. I have one running a web server right now. One gripe is that these are not 4MB, but rather 4 M-bit or 512K flash, but if you really need to, you can desolder the 512K flash and replace it with a real 4MB 32Mbit flash from the 25Q family. Also, they are 3.3V and not 5V. If you forget, they will blow out.
- D H, FL
 
not recommended for beginners
This is a very solid product but I would not recommend it do beginners, the setup and execution are very advanced.
 




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