**ESP WROOM 32 Breakout**
A breakout board for Espressif's ESP32 module ESP-WROOM-32.
The ESP32 is a powerful and low-cost Wifi/Bluetooth chip that enables great Internet-Of-Things applications.
Studio Sophisti is using this chip in several projects,
including a work-in-progress redesign of Ping
The ESP-WROOM-32 can be purchased directly from Espressif or from a distributor like Adafruit: htt...
A **USB ESP8285 WiFi enabled HID hacking device** that gets fully (and stealthy) insertet into the USB port of your friend to unvolunarily move his mouse in Minecraft...
Look at: https://github.com/SinanAkkoyun/ESPUSB/
This shield is designed for easy powering and using two GPIOs of ESP-01/01S module. It is powered by 5 volts DC and has four 3-pin screw terminals for connecting some periphery like 2812 LEDs, relay modules, etc. Also it has a 3.3v power supply on board
8Ch Switch, to use with Wemos D1 mini or ESP 12S. Use ESPixel32 firmware from https://git.io/fhlYJ.
- The board supports both Pixel (RGB) Strip and AC Lights
- Supports both 5v and 12v input. The Input is directly routed to Pixel out hence will work with both WS2811 and WS2812 pixel LEDs.
- Board will support both Wemos D1 mini as well as ESP-12 F/S. Right now the ESP-12 should be progr...
This PCB allows you tu use a 74HC595 switch register an 8 TIP120 transistors.
That allows you to switch on and off 8 dc devices (up to 60V) with a microcontroller.
They can be daisy-chained to increase the nuber of DC outputs at will while using only 3 GPIO pins.
Simple module for creating your own led lamp. You can use RGB strip, WS2812b, one-color strip or others.
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This is a battery powered sensor board based on the ESP8266 (ESP-12F).
By using a TPL5111 chip the battery consumption can be reduced to about 1µA when the ESP is not enabled. When the TPL5111 chip receives 5V at it's wake up pin this will turn the ESP on by enabling the 3.3V voltage regulator. At this moment you can run any program you want. If you want to turn the ESP off again you have to drive...