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ME-ESP8266

Malouf Electronics - ESP8266 Dev Board

The ultimate ESP8266 development board built by makers for makers.

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SPECIFICATIONS / FEATURES

  • 16 MB Flash
  • 5V Relay
  • RS232 interface
  • IR Receiver
  • IR LED
  • Terminal Block for Power & RS232
  • Terminal Block for Relay
  • Easily accessible GPIO
  • Micro USB (power & programming)

GETTING STARTED

  1. Download Arduino IDE (https://www.arduino.cc/en/Main/Software)
  2. Setup ESP8266 support for Arduino IDE:
  3. Start Arduino and open Preferences window.
  4. Enter https://arduino.esp8266.com/stable/packageesp8266comindex.json into the Additional Board Manager URLs field.
  5. Open Boards Manager from the Tools > Board menu and find esp8266 platform.
  6. Select the version you need from the drop-down box.
  7. Click the Install button.
  8. Don't forget to select your ESP8266 board from the Tools > Board menu after installation.
  9. Select "Generic ESP8266 Module"
  10. Pick the following from the Tools menu:
  11. Upload Speed: 115200
  12. CPU Frequency: 80MHz
  13. Crystal Frequency: 26MHz
  14. Flash Size: 16MB
  15. Flash Mode: DOUT
  16. Flash Frequency: 40MHz
  17. Port: (the serial port of your USB cable)
  18. Paste the code below into a new sketch and upload to the board (In order to upload you may have to hold the boot button until esptool connects):
const int LED_RED = 5;

void setup() { pinMode(LED_RED, OUTPUT); // setup red LED as output }

void loop() {

digitalWrite(LED_RED, LOW);   // turn the LED on
delay(1000);                  // wait for a second

digitalWrite(LED_RED, HIGH);  // turn the LED off
delay(1000);                  // wait for a second

}

If all goes well the board will program and the red LED will start blinking.

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