The ESP8266 is a brand new low-cost WiFi chip from Espressif which allows you to easily connect your project to the Internet of Things with a simple UART AT command interface. Additionally the ESP8266 can be used as standalone microcontroller with WiFi, programmed directly through the Arduino IDE. Its powerful 32-bit processor with large flash allows you to run pretty complex and demanding sketches.
This is the ESP8266 ESP-14 module with PCB antenna and communicates at 115200 baud. The module breaks out all necessary pins of the chip to a 2x8 + 1x6 SMD header with 2mm pitch. No external circuits are needed. The ESP-14 module only connect RX/TX from the ESP8266 to the outside, the rest of the GPIO pins run through a STM8S003 8-bit microcontroller.
The ESP8266 supports 802.11 b/g/n networks as Access Point, Station and both at the same time, it's firmware can be updated over a serial connection.
- WiFi 802.11 b/g/n
- AP, STA, AP+STA modes
- Integrated TCP/IP stack
- Integrated RISC processor
- On-board indicator LEDs: red for power, blue for activity
- 4MB Flash
- Very low power consumption in power down mode (<10uA)
- Standby current < 1mA
- Controlled via UART interface at 115200 baud with a simple set of AT commands
- Only 2 microcontroller pins needed for communication (RXD/TXD)
- STM8S003 8-bit Microkontroller @16MHz w/ 1k RAM, 8k Flash, 128bytes EEPROM, 15 GPIOs, I2C, SPI, UART
- Size: 16 x 24mm
Note: Your power supply needs to be able to source at least 300mA @3.3V during startup of the module.
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