Arduino WiFi Starter Kit – #1 IoT Beginner Set ESP8266

The ESP8266 WiFi Electronics Starter Kit is the perfect way to get started with the Internet-of-Things (IoT) and is 100% compatible with the Arduino IDE. The comprehensive PDF-Manual guides you step-by-step through the setup of the development environment, driver installation and explains with exercises how to use the general purpose input/ output (GPIO) for reading and writing values. The kit contains:

  • NodeMCU ESP8266 Development Module, 80/160MHz with 11 GPIO pins, 1 ADC (analog/digital) pins, integrated WiFi module, can also work as Access Point
  • 0.96″ OLED display with 128×64 pixels. I2C communication over only 4 pins
  • DHT11 temperatur and humidity sensor with 3 pins. The values can be drawn on the OLED display or sent to a cloud service like Thingspeak
  • 40 female-female jumper cables to connect the components
  • USB cable to program the the microcontroller

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Content of the Guide:

  • Introduction
  • Required Hardware
    • ESP8266 Module
    • OLED Display
    • Wires & Cables
  • Tool Setup
    • Download and Install the Serial Driver
    • The Arduino IDE
    • Install the ESP8266 tool chain
    • Testing the Setup: WiFi Scanner
    • Trouble Shooting
    • Summary
  • ESP8266 Programming Basics
    • Preparation
    • The Arduino Sketch
    • Hello World: The serial console
    • Input/Output: GPIO pins
    • Interrupts
    • Measuring analog signals
    • WiFi
    • HTTP
  • The ESP8266 WeatherStation
    • Installing the libraries
    • Open the Weather Station Example
    • Getting the Wunderground API Key
    • Configuring the Weather Station
    • Connecting the Hardware
    • First Run
    • Summary
  • The WeatherStation Code Explained
    • The JSON Streaming Parser
    • Conclusion
  • Collecting and Displaying Local Data
    • The Climate Node Setup
    • Thingspeak Setup
    • Programming the Climate Node
    • Displaying the data on the WeatherStation
  • More Projects
    • The ESP8266 PlaneSpotter
    • The ESP8266 WorldClock

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