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The stepper gets really hot, is it the same for you?
I did your changes in mq and stepper filer... when starting only the ESP with serial monitor i get thisCommunication with MCU..Got answer! Communication with MCU established.AutoDetect firmware...Can't autodetect firmware, because proper answer not received (may be unknown firmware). Please, reset module or continue.onnecting to NR.1 ...IP unavailable, Waiting...================== ==================ESP8266 mode is: 1MAC address is: a2:20:a6:16:91:ebIP is 192.168.1.145====================================E:M 4440E:M 4440E:M 4440E:M 4440Then it only repeats E:M 4440.... any thought, is that correct?
Solved it... set TLS = 0 fixed it...
Thanks AgustinNunez and Grifter2, got everything working! But i had to put red motorwire to positive on my 5V/2A powersupply for it work.
I have to do some measurements to check for shorts and how D1/D2 is connected, but also try another powersource. Used only the USB from the computer, I read somewhere that its not enough for this setup.
Thanks Grifter2 and AgustinNunez, i will do some more measurements today. As I wrote in reply below I've used only computer USB as powersource, probably not enough.
I did exactly this, but now the ESP8266 is not responding when connected to the motorshield. When not connected to the shield the ESP works fine. Anything I'm missing?Not as close nice looking solderjoints as you, but i checked and can't see any shorts.
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