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i'm planning to make IoT system in my house using wifi, connecting them through node so i can monitor them using my phone, any idea on small wifi module to use? it's only going to be used to turn on/off relay and accepting current to check power usage. ordered this already but it will be good if i have alternative. Also IoT Thread
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>>1212234
>>1212252
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ESP-12E
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>>1213012
ESP-32S havs blue toofs also, mabi usefull?
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>>1213028
thinking of making smart plug that can monitor power, but i need wifi module that is small enough
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>>1212942
If you need something a touch smaller, consider Pic related.
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Check the ESP-Series

I prefer ESP-8266 for my projects
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if all you're doing is switching a relay get this one >>1213051 no reason to buy a bigger one with a bunch of crap you don't need
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>>1213058
>ESP-8266

seconding this - they're pretty nifty and cheap
3.3v can be a bit of a pain, but not really
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>>1213051
alright thanks, thought about that too,glad im on the right direction
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>>1213012
This. Also v micro helps with vs 2015.

Not for the timid.
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>>1213051
>>1213058
I also recommend esp8266, flash them with micropython myself
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>>1213012
LOL I get em for 2 bux but I buy 10 at a time.

Theres always a shitty one in the batch.
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>>1213075

3.3V are no problem at all - the boards from manufacturer tinxi, which i use got a USB Input and change the voltage to the needed 3.3V.

>>1213369
I usually program in the own Arduino-Language, simply look for the ESP8266 Library. Fits for all my projects.
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>>1213741
>>1213369
>python
>ardunio

is this the cancer i was warned about?
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>>1213758
oh fuck off
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>>1213758
It's an optional cancer. The vendor's C toolkit still exists and works just fine.
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Just bought an ESP32 for switching a relay. Feeling like I just wasted my money.
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I love using those NodeMCU ESP8266 boards. I've used them in a DIY door monitoring system to catch snooping roommates.
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>>1213075

Lel just voltage divider everything. Not super efficient but if your not running off batteries who gives a fuck about half a watt burned.
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>>1213758
Just program it in Assembler. With Notepad. Completely cancer free
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