ESP to ESP Communication

Introduction: ESP to ESP Communication

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This tutorial will help you to replace other transceiver modules for any other project that includes wireless communication. We will use ESP8266 based board, one in WiFi-STA mode and the other in WiFi -AP mode, NodeMCU V3 is my choice for this project, you may use any other esp8266 board. To verify data transfer, I'm using buttons as input at one side and LEDs as output at other side, you can transmit any sensor data using this method.

Step 1: Components

  1. NodeMCU x2 https://amzn.to/2Q4Y5da
  2. Buttons x4
  3. 3mm LEDs x4
  4. 1K resistor x8

Step 2: Circuit

Server:

Its a very basic circuit, you need to attach 4 input buttons with one NodeMCU, use 1k resistor to pull-up pins D0,D1,D2 and D3, by pressing button, respective pin should be pull-down.

Client:

Attach 4 LEDs at D0,D1,D2 and D3 pins respectively.

Check attached fritzing diagram.

Step 3: Programming

Download following sketches for server and client and upload in your nodeMCU/wemos or any other ESP8266 based board, LEDs are at client side and Buttons are at server side. I'm sending data in Json format, so you guys need to attach Json library in your arduino IDE, this library will also help you to deal with multiple parameters in your other projects.

Step 4: Your Attention Require

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    5 Discussions

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    yaltan73
    yaltan73

    3 months ago

    Thanks for your tutorial.
    However in scheme connected wrong the LEDs.
    Because The thin tip inside the leds is always the positive tip.

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    lolGaMeFreakJ
    lolGaMeFreakJ

    Question 6 months ago

    Is it normal that when connecting to eachother, the wifi for mobiles is unreachable?
    Maybe they are to close to eachother, or the signal is to strong that it obstructs wifi for mobiles.

    Second, the signal only works for the first ~15 seconds after flashing, then it needs to be flashed again. Is this normal?

    Greets :)

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    MaStErA13
    MaStErA13

    9 months ago

    the two board do not comunication

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    MarkTSF
    MarkTSF

    Reply 6 months ago

    It's probably because the ArduinoJson lib was updated from the version 5 to 6. Some sintaxes changed in de recieving process, you can access https://arduinojson.org/v6/doc/upgrade/ to change to the new sintaxes. There is a video explaining everything.

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    mnabil
    mnabil

    1 year ago on Step 4

    Hello,
    Thanks for your tutorial. In this project, there should be a router in the middle or it is communication from one ESP to another with no router ?