Introduction: ESP8266 Weather Clock
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Step 1: SCH
C100nF x 5
C100uF x 1
R1k x 4
button x 2
tft_1.8 x 1
ESP-12F x 1
REG1117-3.3 x 1
It's been a long time and no code has been found
Step 2: Making PCB
Use a double faced copper clad plate and install it on the PCB engraving machine. Let the machine engraving the designed line drawings.
Step 3: Soldering
Soldering esp8266 module, resistance capacitance, LCD and other components
Step 4: Testing the Hardware
Is it normal to download the firmware through the UART interface and test the work of LCD?
Step 5: Assembling
Use the 3D printer to make the shell, fix the main board on the shell, and install the battery
Step 6: The Archetype on the Bread Board
The Archetype on the bread board
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1 question: What kind of program do you upload the sketch to the esp8266?
2 question: Can i use this with the Nodemcu V3 lua?
3 question: Is this compatible with Arduino IDE? (I guess not)
I would love to try it out.
Thank you for sharing!
1 Answer: Convert * .BMP image files into hexadecimal array via software
2 Answer: NodeMCU will be simpler direct call function to initiate http request for weather data
3 Answer: I am using RTOS_SDK based on C language development, not compatible with Arduino IDE. Arduino will be relatively easy to achieve this function
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