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shiny: new ESP32 circuit

Postby VisualEcho » Wed Nov 30, 2016 10:59 pm

The other lamp controller works well enough I tried one with the new ESP32 module. I just melted this up in my toaster, eyeballed the connections, soldered on a power connector, *crossed my fingers*, and plugged it in. Hungry little guy is now broadcasting "FEED ME" on all wifi channels and Bluetooth. I think it's Pycom compatible, I'm going to try and flash Micropython 1.8.6.
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that's a TPS25069, BD9D321, and a 8Kx8 serial flash chip next to the ESP32. The little dimples are reset and boot switches. This will control a custom aluminum 'chip-on-board' module with about 20 watts worth of LEDs.

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Re: shiny: new ESP32 circuit

Postby VisualEcho » Fri Dec 02, 2016 1:07 am

Not taking Pycom, it boot loops aparently due to not having QIO flash. I did have some luck with Pumbaa through Ar(gh!)duino.


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