Shield for Arduino from Cytron, allowing you to connect the system to a wi-fi network. It includes a popular module ESO-WROOM-02, supports 802.11 b/g/n. It has the ability to control using AT commands using a serial UART interface. It works withArduino boards, for example, a version of Uno or Leonardo. It has configurable inputs and outputs, and analog-to-digital converter. The board has a slot for microSD cards to storage the user's files.
The subject of the sale is a wi-fi shield,the Arduino Unocan be purchased separately.
What's on the board
- Digital pins of I/O.
- The analog input pins.
- The microSD slot (CS): digital pin 4 was used as a Chip Select for the microSD slot. Other connections should not be made using that pin.
- Select an RX pin: connectors to choose an RX pin - through a jumper - from Arduino pins: D0, D2, D8, D10 and D12.
- Select a TX pin: connectors to choose a TX pin - through a jumper - from Arduino pins: D1, D3, D9, D11 and D13.
- The Reset button of the Arduino.
- The Reset button for the ESP module.
- Switch Flash/Run:
- Flash mode: the module waits for an installation / firmware upgrade
- Run mode: the module starts with the installed firmware
- The module is compatible withArduino UnoRev3 and derivatives
- It works with 802.11 b/g/n
- Graphics: ESP-WROOM-02
- It has an integrated TCP/IP Protocol
- Transmitter power in 802.11 b mode is +19,5 dBm
- Slot for microSD cards under the pin D4
- Prototype field: 56 fields - 8 x 7-pins