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ESP8266 module and ESP8266 Toy are available for purchase at Rayshobby Store. ESPToy version 1.2 announced! Check out the announcement post here. Resources for Programming ESP8266 using Arduino Content Introduction Features Demos Programming Flashing a New Firmware to ESP8266 ESP8266 — a very low-cost and flexible Serial-to-WiFi module that has gained a lot of popularity […]

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In the past I’ve written several blog posts about how to use Arduino to interface with remote power sockets. For home automation involving powerline devices (e.g. lights, heaters, pumps, fans), this is my favorite solution, because it’s low-cost (remote power sockets are widely available at cheap price) and convenient (no messing around with relays and […]

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Check my new blog post on the ESP8266 Toy Continuing from my previous blog post about Hi-Link HLK-RM04 module, I have finally received the ESP8266 Serial-to-WiFi module that I’ve been waiting for. As I said previously, with the popularity of IoT devices, there is an increasing demand for low-cost and easy-to-use WiFi modules. ESP8266 is […]

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Check my new blog post on the ESP8266 Serial-to-WiFi module As the Internet-of-Things (IoT) are becoming more and more popular, there is an increasing demand for low-cost and easy-to-use WiFi modules. For Raspberry Pi and BeagleBone, you can plug in a cheap USB WiFi dongle (like the popular Edimax 7811). These dongles are generally less […]

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