sometimes when the relè gives power to the water pump,
D1 Mini starts a boot loop and I need to remove the battery and reconnect it to get it working again, neither teh rest button correct the situation.
I'm not a microcontroller expert but this to me seems to be a power problem.
Problem I'm not feeding the ESP correctly or probably the MT3608 is not able to stabilize current when water pump is on on the battery that it feed the module itself.
I'm powering the D1 mini with 5V from the MT3608 module to the 5V pin of the D1 mini, should I give more voltage to that 5v PIN?
I'm reading here
https://docs.zerynth.com/latest/officia ... index.html
that d1 can be powered from 6V to 20V :O is this true?
can I give 7V to the 5V pin to power the D1 Mini?
if yes, will the D1 mini then output 7V from that pin or it will "adjust" it to 5V?
Should I add a capacitor just before the 5V pin to mitigate some power fluctuations?