ESP8266 CH340G CH340 G NODEMCU V3 LUA WIRELESS WIFI MODULE MICRO USB CONNECTOR DEVELOPMENT BOARD CP2102 BASED ESP-12E

ESP8266 CH340G CH340 G NODEMCU V3 LUA WIRELESS WIFI MODULE MICRO USB CONNECTOR DEVELOPMENT BOARD CP2102 BASED ESP-12E

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  • The ESP-12E WiFi development board combines an ESP8266 microcontroller with 4MB flash, a breakout board, and a USB TTL serial adapter.
  • The CH340G USB TTL adapter chip enables simple communications and flashing capability over USB.
  • The ESP-12E is a shielded breakout board with a PCB antenna. The development board adds power converter circuitry, buttons, and breadboard compatible pin headers.

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Description

High-performance ESP8266 microcontroller (ESP-12E) with 802.11 b / g / n WLAN and integrated 25dBm antenna
Comfortable prototyping by simple programming via Lua script or Arduino code and breadboard-compatible design (28mm pin-bar pitch).
Dimensions (LxWxH): 58 x 31 x 13 mm

ESP8266 comes with capabilities of

  • 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g/n, supporting WPA/WPA2),
  • general-purpose input/output (16 GPIO),
  • Inter-Integrated Circuit (I²C) serial communication protocol,
  • analog-to-digital conversion (10-bit ADC)
  • Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI) serial communication protocol,
  • I²S (Inter-IC Sound) interfaces with DMA(Direct Memory Access) (sharing pins with GPIO),
  • UART (on dedicated pins, plus a transmit-only UART can be enabled on GPIO2), and
  • pulse-width modulation (PWM).

It employs a 32-bit RISC CPU based on the Tensilica Xtensa L106 running at 80 MHz (or overclocked to 160 MHz). It has a 64 KB boot ROM, 64 KB instruction RAM and 96 KB data RAM. External flash memory can be accessed through SPI.

ESP8266 module is low cost standalone wireless transceiver that can be used for end-point IoT developments.

To communicate with the ESP8266 module, microcontroller needs to use set of AT commands. Microcontroller communicates with ESP8266-01 module using UART having specified Baud rate.