Home / Development / Microcontrollers / ESP8266 / ESP-12F AP+STA Remote Serial Port WIFI Controller / Module ESP-12F AP+STA Remote Serial Port WIFI Controller / Module SKU: 29240 ESP-12F AP+STA Remote Serial Port WIFI Controller / Module$5.95 USD The ESP8266 (ESP-12F AP+STA) is a nice “Internet of Things” microcontroller with Wifi (or as a wifi bridge for your project)In stock + ESP-12F AP+STA Remote Serial Port WIFI Controller / Module quantity $5.95 USD- Add to cart SKU: 29240 Categories: Development, ESP8266, Microcontrollers Tag: allAccounts Description Resources More Info Reviews (0) Description The ESP8266 WiFi Module sort of snuck up on the hacker community as a “Hrm, what’s this delectible little morsel?” item. It looks promising… it’s costed nicely… it seems it should be capable… and all the reviews are in – it IS a nice little wifi/microcontroller/Arduino-clone sort of device! Formally, it’s a system-on-a-chip (SOC) that has a TCP/IP stack built in. It’s sort taking a wifi controller and squeezing out the extra pins and processing power as a pretty capable Arduino-compatible microcontroller. The ESP8266 can manage all wifi networking, or pass that onto another processor to do. As it is, it come preloaded with an AT command set, so you can use any microcontroller to set all necessary communication parameters through simple serial connections. To manage this wifi magic, the ESP8266 uses an 80MHz 32-bit processor, with power to spare to drive other functions besides Wifi. It offers 16 GPIO pins, 64kB instruction RAM and 96kB of data RAM besides the 4MB external flash. This means there’s little more you have to add to it to have the ESP8266 monitor sensors and toggle I/O lines (using 3.3V logic levels). Note: The ESP8266 Module is not capable of 5-3V logic shifting and will require an external Logic Level Converter. Please do not power it directly from your 5V development board. Specifications Model ESP-12F AP+STA 4MB Flash 3.0 ~ 3.6V (recommendation 3.3V) 80mA Nominal working current FCC / CE / TELEC Certifications 802.11 b / g / n 2.4GHz-2.5GHz (2400M-2483.5M), PCB trace antenna UART / HSPI / I2C / I2S / Ir Remote Control / GPIO / PWM 24 x 16mm PCB, 2×8 catellated connections Operating temperature: -40°C ~ 125°C Links Huge amount of information on http://www.esp8266.com/ community forum! NodeMCU (Lua for ESP8266) webpage with examples and documentation on the Lua framework Arduino IDE support for ESP8266 Resources CE Certificate of ComplianceDocumentationESP-12 FCC Test ReportDatasheetESP-8266 DatasheetDatasheet More Info Weight 0.0014 kg Dimensions 2.3 × 1.6 × 0.3 cm Ecosystem ESP Reviews There are no reviews yet.Only logged in customers who have purchased this product may leave a review. Related products MagnetSKU: Mag1These 3/4" Neodymium magnets are very strong. Useful for all kinds of Magbot experiments or just holding posters up on metal surfaces as we like to do!$2.75 USD Out of stockRead more GM11a/12a/13a/14a Mounting Screw/BoltSKU: M1.7x035This metric bolt matches the threads on the face of the GM11a, GM12a, GM13a, and GM14a gear motors, making mechanical installations easier. Sold individually.$0.20 USD In stockAdd to cart Push Pogo Pin 6 – 6 PointSKU: PP6This 33mm (1.3") long 6-groove tipped pogo pin probe is normally used for electronic JTAG uses, but we used them for bots!$1.25 USD In stockAdd to cart AXE Stack-28 KitSKU: 28580The PICAXE is great, but on a breadboard, you'll like it even better. Many handy features make the AXE Stack more useful than just plugging your PICAXE into a breadboard!$21.95 USD In stockAdd to cart PICAXE-40X1SKU: 28490The PICAXE-40X1 IC is the biggest, baddest PICAXE made. LOTS of power, memory, and ability, all programmable in a graphical flowchart-like language or easy-to-learn BASIC.This product has been discontinued. Out of stockRead more
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