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Programming ESP8266 using Arduino IDE | ESP8266

November 26th, 2016 No comments

Programming ESP8266 using Arduino IDE.The ESP8266 is a low-cost Wi-Fi chip with full TCP/IP stack and microcontroller capability paroduced by Shanghai-based Chinese manufacturer, Espressif Systems.The chip first came to the attention of western makers in August 2014 with the ESP-01 module, made by a third-party manufacturer, AI-Thinker. This small module allows microcontrollers to connect to a Wi-Fi network and make simple TCP/IP connections using Hayes-style commands. However, at the time there was almost no English-language documentation on the chip and the commands it accepted.The very low price and the fact that there were very few external components on the module which suggests that it could eventually be very inexpensive in volume, attracted many hackers to explore the module, chip, and the software on it, as well as to translate the Chinese documentation.The ESP8285 is an ESP8266 with 1 MB of built-in flash, allowing for single-chip devices capable of connecting to Wi-Fi.

Source : WikiPedia (bit.ly/2cORmj0)
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Getting started with ESP8266 : bit.ly/2fchgTc
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Connecting ESP8266 with Arduino | AT Commands

November 20th, 2016 No comments

ESP8266Connecting the ESP8266 Wi-Fi module to Arduino. The ESP8266 is a low-cost Wi-Fi chip with full TCP/IP stack and microcontroller capability produced by a Shanghai-based Chinese manufacturer, Espressif Systems.

The chip first came to the attention of western makers in August 2014 with the ESP-01 module, made by a third-party manufacturer, AI-Thinker. This small module allows microcontrollers to connect to a Wi-Fi network and make simple TCP/IP connections using Hayes-style commands. However, at the time there was almost no English-language documentation on the chip and the commands it accepted.The very low price and the fact that there were very few external components on the module which suggests that it could eventually be very inexpensive in volume, attracted many hackers to explore the module, chip, and the software on it, as well as to translate the Chinese documentation.

The ESP8285 is an ESP8266 with 1 MB of built-in flash, allowing for single-chip devices capable of connecting to Wi-Fi.

Source: Wikipedia (bit.ly/2cORmj0)

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