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New ESP8266 section started
08-13-2016, 02:36 AM
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New ESP8266 section started
This section is officially started. You can visit the new github repository containing all the resources related to this new line of WiFi boards.

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08-17-2016, 06:38 PM
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RE: New ESP8266 section started
Pretty neat. Can this little wonder ESP board also be equipped with an ESP-07 ?

I'm also dreaming of a box and DIN-rail compatibility, but Rome wasn't built in one day ;-)
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08-17-2016, 07:12 PM
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RE: New ESP8266 section started
Thanks @tochinet,

I'm not sure whether the ESP-07 has the same pinout and format as the ESP-12E/F. If it does then it works of course with this board. Also take into account that esp-output is provided fully assembled, including the ESP module. We could however consider shipping the board without the ESP module in a future if there is a demand for this.

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09-05-2016, 11:47 AM
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RE: New ESP8266 section started
I don't currently have a need for your ESP8266 WIFI RELAY BOARD, but I think it's a great product.

Do you have a Node-RED node for your board?

A few weeks ago I was looking at the vast library of nodes for Node-RED and came across a node for the WeMo WiFi outlet module. I just happened to have one laying around.

It took me all of five minutes to get a panStamp temperature module controlling a small heater.
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09-05-2016, 04:59 PM
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RE: New ESP8266 section started
Hi Bob,

There is no specific Node-RED block for this board but you can use MQTT/HTTP inputs/outputs from Node-RED to get the status from the board and control the relays.

https://github.com/panStamp/esp8266/tree...esp-output

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11-16-2016, 07:06 PM
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RE: New ESP8266 section started
What's the opinion of the community on the new ESP32 ? It really looks promising, including many more ADC inputs (the ESP8266 had no mux), and some low-consumption features. A GWAP port to this nice beast could create a serious additional field of application for the panstamp ecosystem.

Of course, maybe not so crucial for a relay board, but for many new projects this "new kid on the block" could blow some socks off !

OTOH, the new CC1310 is also a nice piece of silicon. Cortex M3 really rocks when compared to AVR or 430. More information on the availability of boards would really be welcome.
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11-17-2016, 08:37 AM
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I think there are some ongoing projects to bring the ESP32 to the Arduino IDE. Once there is something workable we'll certainly start running some tests. I'm now thinking that an ESP82 could pair the new CC1310 stamp to form a super-compact and powerful gateway.

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