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- Based on ESP-12E ESP8266 wifi board
- All I/Os output
- No need to press reset/flash for pgoramming
- Open source support: www.nodemcu.com
- R2 version had CP2102 USB-TTL instead, larger current support, slim board can put on breadboard.
- Support windows 8.1 by CP2102, and support ESPlorer
- NO need to install driver for CH341 (replaced by CP2102), and NO need to flash firmware when you get it and use on first time. This is different with version R1.
- To use on the first time, NO need to flash the firmware, run command file.remove(“user.lua”) as instructed, see the attached image. Baud rate 9600
- To flash R2, please see the update on our Nodemcu wiki page. Baud rate 115200
- High quality USB cable is needed for this board to give high current supply, otherwise your board won’t be recognized.
Buck order price: $3.55 for 50-199pcs, $3.45 for 200pcs order.
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Wenxue (verified owner) –
its been almost 4 days after i purchased my order but i haven’t get my tracking number for my ups shipping yet
what is happening with you guys ??
couple of my friend went through same situation with you guys .
Chao (store manager) –
Very sorry, we had 3 days May day holiday here, and after we back to work it was completed out of stock, we have do the best to re-stocked them, now it has been shipped now. Very sorry for the delay.
noelportugal (verified owner) –
I love that it has USB TTL included. True plug-n-play!
Warren (verified owner) –
A very nice microcontroller, and cheap enough to use rather than the bare ESP8266 modules. It would be nice if it came with a USB mini instead of micro connector, and would also be nice to get it without the headers soldered in. But those are minor things. This is a capable 802.11b/g/n system for under $10.
Mark Mara (verified owner) –
Incredible value. The USB to serial chip worked with Linux Mint without loading any new drivers. After about a hour of looking over example code I had it reading a DHT22 sensor, posting data to thingspeak and displaying the data on an oled display (i2c).
I am very happy with the service and value Electrodragon has added. Must if you are an Aussie buyer!
Delia (verified owner) –
Very nice micro controller, had no problems with the USB drivers (used under Ubuntu16.04 and Windows7). I will buy more.
David Sparrow (verified owner) –
I took a chance on ordering with a company I didn’t know. For people who are wondering, It took 3-4 weeks but I got my 10 Amicas. I’ve tested 2 so far and they work perfectly. Very happy.
Malcolm Loudon (verified owner) –
If you try to use the Amica on a breadboard you may find it crashes/restarts unpredictably. This is because the hi speed SPI pins to the flash memory are broken out. Breadboards add considerable capacitance between the SPI pins causing memory glitches. The solution is simple: cut off the header pins to CLK, CMD, SD1, SD2, SD3, RSV, RSV (these pins cannot be used anyway so you do not lose any functionality).
Apart from that quirk, the Amica is excellent value, 5 stars from me.
Yiming Xu –
I got this board from Amazon. I have a problem with the USB TTY console which is never working in any baud rate no matter I install the cp2102 driver or not.
balaji (verified owner) –
Received the box, and in 30 minutes, able to use as web server using arduino IDE. Works like a charm!