ESP32C3-MINI-DK: high-resolution pinout and specs
Author: Renzo Mischianti
Mastering clock source and frequency management is vital in STM32 development. The STM32F1, or “Blue Pill,” provides several options to balance device performance and power saving. The STM32F1 sources its clock from an internal RC oscillator (HSI), an external crystal oscillator (HSE), or a Phase Locked Loop (PLL) that can amplify the HSI or HSE for higher frequencies. By carefully choosing and setting up these clock sources, you can greatly optimize your device’s power consumption.
In this guide, we aim to explore the many aspects of interfacing the I2C protocol with the popular ESP8266 microcontroller. As a versatile and powerful component, the ESP8266 has found its place in numerous IoT projects, primarily due to its WiFi capabilities and low cost.
Here an article that provides a step-by-step guide for getting started with MicroPython development on the ESP8266 and ESP32 boards using the Thonny IDE. The article covers how to flash MicroPython firmware onto the board and how to connect to the board using Thonny’s MicroPython plugin. Additionally, the article includes an example project that demonstrates how to control an LED connected to the board using MicroPython code.
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This guide focuses on using MicroPython with ESP8266 and ESP32 microcontrollers, two popular choices for IoT and embedded systems. By understanding the standard instruments available with MicroPython, such as Python, esptool, ampy, PuTTY, and screen, you can quickly and easily build projects for these powerful devices. This guide will provide an overview of each tool and how to use them effectively, so you can take full advantage of the capabilities of your ESP8266 or ESP32 microcontroller.
The STM32F4 Black-Pill, a powerful and versatile microcontroller, offers promising potential for IoT applications when integrated with LoRa modules like EByte’s E32, E22, and E220. In this article, we’ll examine the Shield I use for rapid prototyping that supports all the LoRa modules described.
WeMos LOLIN ESP32 C3 mini v2.1: high-resolution pinout and specs
The Internet of Things (IoT) landscape is evolving at a rapid pace, leading to an increased demand for robust and scalable communication technologies. LoRa, or Long Range, is one such technology that has gained significant traction in recent years. In this article, we will delve into the integration of STM32F1 Blue-Pill, a highly capable microcontroller, with EByte LoRa E32, E22, and E220 shield modules, which are popular for long-range, low-power applications.
I start using STM32 microcontrollers, and I find they are of superior quality. But I need a prototyping board to do my work faster.