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ESP8266 WIFI Kit 8 Development Board with 0.96 Blue OLED

  • 49.00 AED
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    • Product Code: esp8266
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    WIFI Kit 8 is developed by our company cost-effective networking development program, the master chip using ESP8266, with CP2104 USB to serial chip, lithium battery interface and charge and discharge circuit, 32MByte Flash, WIFI antenna, 0.91-inch OLED display. Can be programmed for Arduin..
    WIFI Kit 8 is developed by our company cost-effective networking development program, the master chip using ESP8266, with CP2104 USB to serial chip, lithium battery interface and charge and discharge circuit, 32MByte Flash, WIFI antenna, 0.91-inch OLED display.
     
    Can be programmed for Arduino and NodeMCU environments. Operation is consistent with NodeMCU.
     
    Leads all pins of ESP8266.
    12 digital pins can be configured to read, write, IIC, SPI, the middle, PWM and other functions.
    1 AD input
    Integrated 0.91-inch 128 * 32 OLED.
    Working voltage: 3.3V ~ 7V.
     
    Specification:
    -Master chip: ESP8266.
    -Flash: 32Mbyte.
    -OLED: 0.91 inch /128 * 32.
    -USB adapter chip: CP2102.
    -Support mode: softAp, station, softAp + station, WIFI-Direct.
    -Operating temperature: -40-90 Celsius.
    -Output power: 19.5 dBm @ 11b,16.5 dBm @ 11g, 15.5 dBm


    1. Setting Environment

    (Only two steps to complete setting)

    Step1. Download Arduino-ESP8266 Support

    Open Arduino IDE, and click File->Peferences->Settings

     

    Input last esp8266 board manager URL

    Now the last board manager URL: https://github.com/Heltec-Aaron-Lee/WiFi_Kit_series/releases/download/0.0.1/package_heltec_esp8266_index.json

    Click Tools->Board:->Boards Manager..., search Heltec in the new pop-up dialog, then click install

     

    Step2. Download the Heltec ESP8266 Library

    Open Arduino IDE, then Select Sketch->Include Library->Manage Libraries... Search Heltec ESP8266 and install it

     

    Example

    This section for verifying whether you can program with Arduino or not. Now, The USB cable connects to Heltec ESP8266 board, then select your serial port which is connected to Heltec ESP8266 board.

    Select a demo example, compile and upload

    1. Execute a example likes FactoryTest.ino

    Correct select the board you had connected to computer and the specified serial port: e.g. WiFi Kit 8, COM3(my PC is COM3)

    Then select an example likes XXXXXX_FactoryTest.ino

    Upload it

    2. New a Heltec ESP8266 program

    Open Arduino IDE, then new a .ino file, then copy the below code.

    #include <heltec.h>
    
    // the setup routine runs once when starts up
    void setup(){
    
      // Initialize the Heltec ESP32 object
      Heltec.begin(true /*DisplayEnable Enable*/, true /*Serial Enable*/);
    }
    
    // the loop routine runs over and over again forever
    void loop() {
    
    }

    compile it and upload, the on board screen (if have) will show and Arduino’s serial monitor will print something, it means Heltec ESP32 board is running successfully!

    Enjoy!

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