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HELLO IT IS AN EASY TUTORIAL

LIST OF PARTS

  • ARDUINO
  • ESP8266
  • WIRES
  • USB CABLE

Step 1: CONNECT ESP TO ARDUINO

here we connect arduino to esp8266

serial connection with esp

using tx rx pins

by using AT conmmand

ESP CAN BE CONTROLLED


Step 2: Intro Esp

hi hello esp is an simple wifi circuit which help to access the internet

i will guide you this tutorial

<p>Can you plz look at this</p><p><a href="https://www.instructables.com/community/security-system-not-responding-after-combinin-ultr/" rel="nofollow">https://www.instructables.com/community/security-s...</a></p><p>small help thanks</p>
<p>the ESP8266-01 (above displayed module) is a wee bit limited on I/O (since it only has GPIO0 &amp; 2 only on the pins, but it itself, is a full-fledged MCU, with a built in 802.11B/G/N WiFi which can be configured to access point, or node (client or host).I don't think they got to finish their instructable, as page-2 seems to end abruptly. The 3.3V regulator on the Arduino, however, is not really that strong, and tends to brown-out on the ESP8266's draw requirements (300mA. the 1117 regulator only has a max output of 100mA), so it's better to use an external 3.3V power source. there are some hacks out there, if your hands are steady enough, to get 2 more GPIO's (can't remember their #'s, or find the link to the instructable), you can actually run a small web server to those 2 original pins, (I2C, or direct digital). </p>
<p>That board looks like it would be really useful. Could you share some more about how you used it?</p>

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