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Hi again, can i ask you if theres a chance to attach a button to clean the eeprom, sometimes if a put the wrong static ip or something else and i cant connect to it anymore. For now i just got to flash it again.
Thats Great! I'll see if i can find any RDM fixture. And what do you think about the ESP32, it has a faster CPU and 3 Uart. I think i would be nice for a 3 universe device.
Yeah, i just experienced a few resets of the esp8266, i added an extra cap between gnd and vcc, and change for larger ones in the regulators 10uf and 100uf, so far so good.
Hi, i just finished it, but i only use 2 caps (1uf 16v), one in the 3.3v output and one in the 5v output. I'm using a 12v Dc supply and 2 regulators (l7805cv for 5v and ld33v for 3.3v). Its working great, but i wonder why do you use more caps in your design, the 1uf i put would be enough?
Forget about it, it was a faulty unit, the new one works like a charm.
Hi, i'm trying to flash the esp8266 07, i'm using a pl2303hx based ftdi usb adapter, with the the arduino ide its a no way situation. I manage to flash some bytes with the Esptool python based, but it stops at 98%. I try with external 3v3 power supply source, same thing, im wondering if it could be a faulty esp unit or the cheap pl2303hx. I thinking to buy a ch341a programmer, what do you think? i just orderer a new esp8266 07 anyway.
I was about to built an artnet ethernet based (Mega+ethernet shield) till i found this and it looks incredible i wasnt aware of the existence of the 8266 board. I just order the components, ill share some pictures with this in action. The only doubt about it is the refresh speed, for example when you change between scenes, how fast is the sync, im not talking about the full 2 universes, maybe 256 channels or less. Good job, and the guide... speechless.
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