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ACROBOTIC WeMos ESP8266 D1 Mini V2 IoT Arduino NodeMCU Raspberry Pi Wi-Fi Module
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- ESP8266 ESP-12F development board ready for Arduino, NodeMCU, AT+Commands (Plug and Play)
- Built-in CH340 USB to Serial UART adapter and Micro-USB connector (Plug and Play)
- Includes reset button and user-controllable LED
- Two diode-protected power inputs (one for a USB cable, another for a battery)
- 11 Digital, 1 Analog GPIO; PWM, ADC, I2C and 1-Wire available
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Developing Internet Of Things (IoT) applications have become incredibly easy and inexpensive thanks to the availability of low-cost integrated circuits such as the ESP8266. This development board allows anyone to quickly get started building their next internet-connected project in seconds!
Just plug into a USB port, download the programming app (Arduino IDE), and you'll be ready to start writing code that runs on this revolutionary chip. Plenty of examples, guides, and projects are available for taking your first steps!
From the Manufacturer
This development board includes all the necessary pieces such as passive components, discrete ICs, a WCH CH340g USB to Serial UART adapter, that make getting started with building ESP8266-powered Internet Of Things applications a breeze!
Building apps that integrate with hardware is now very easy to do. Develop your next iOS/Android app and integrate data from the physical world!
Follow our written and video tutorials online to get started. There are plenty of demos to guide you in finding your next project idea!
There's a wonderful online community (IRC, forums, consultants) ready to help you in the time of need. Please join us and help us build a strong community of electronics enthusiasts!
ACROBOTIC is a small, bootstrapped Open-Source electronics startup dedicated to the design of hardware and software products for use in education, DIY, hobby, arts, science, and more! We enable tinkerers of all ages and skill levels to interact with the physical world around them employing a wide variety of digital and analog devices.
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Fun Unique Electronics
How did you come up with the idea for this product?
There's been an increased interest in Internet Of Things (IoT) customizable platforms that allow for rapid prototyping in a wide variety of applications. The ESP8266 SoC provides an inexpensive platform that is useful for both prototypes and final products. We decided to build a low-cost development board that would allow users to quickly and easily get started with developing their next internet-connected project.
What makes your product special?
Our development board includes all the necessary components to make it a plug-n-play development platform to easily get started building IoT projects. Through a plethora of examples and Learning Resources, we provide the support needed for you to take your ideas into implementation!
What has been the best part of your startup experience?
Being able to run a business around our favorite hobby - Do-It Yourself Electronics - and sharing what we love with people we care about - our customers - each day! Theres's been ups and downs as with most endeavors in our lives, but the benefits of this journey have strongly outweigh the obstacles we've faced.
Being able to use our technical knowledge for the benefit of others, independent of age or skill, has been immensely rewarding, we hope to continue reaching as many people as possible to share with them our passion for the wonderful world of tinkering with electronics.
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edit: Found resistor was not soldered on board for tx, so board would blink like being flashed, but data never made it past usb chip to mcu. Soldered a 470 ohm resistor on and got the board to work. these are tiny, tiny resistors....good luck !