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start-with-esp-12-arduino [2018/04/01 11:06]
jpascher [Setup and start test program blink]
start-with-esp-12-arduino [2018/04/01 11:12] (current)
jpascher [Setup and start test program blink]
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   * Open in Arduino "​File"​ -> "​Preferences"​ window and add in an additional Board Manager URL:​http://​arduino.esp8266.com/​versions/​2.4.1/​package_esp8266com_index.json   * Open in Arduino "​File"​ -> "​Preferences"​ window and add in an additional Board Manager URL:​http://​arduino.esp8266.com/​versions/​2.4.1/​package_esp8266com_index.json
   * Type in "​esp8266"​ and select the correct chip in the popup window. And select the latest version 2.4.1 and push putten for install.  ​   * Type in "​esp8266"​ and select the correct chip in the popup window. And select the latest version 2.4.1 and push putten for install.  ​
-  * Open in Arduino "​Tools"​ -> Board:"​xxxxxxx"​ Board manager window and find Board name: "​NodeMCU 1.0 (ESP-12E Module)"​+  * Open in Arduino "​Tools"​ -> Board:"​xxxxxxx"​ Board manager window and find Board name: "​NodeMCU 1.0 (ESP-12E Module)"​(Alternativ one can install the latest Master version from Git as explained here: https://​github.com/​esp8266/​Arduino)
   * Open in Arduino "​Tools"​ -> PORT:"​xxx"​ the port your Adapter is on.    * Open in Arduino "​Tools"​ -> PORT:"​xxx"​ the port your Adapter is on. 
   * Open in Arduino "​File"​ -> "​Examples"​ and find -> "​Examples for NodeMCU 1.0 (ESP-12E Module)"​ ->  and then "​ESP8266"​ -> then"​BlinkWithoutDelay"​ Example.   * Open in Arduino "​File"​ -> "​Examples"​ and find -> "​Examples for NodeMCU 1.0 (ESP-12E Module)"​ ->  and then "​ESP8266"​ -> then"​BlinkWithoutDelay"​ Example.
-  * Add the following Line on top of the Example: **#define LED_BUILTIN 2** (This is needed because the Example is written for a ESP-01 module and not for ESP-12. The blue LED is on internal PIN 2 not on PIN 1. There seams to be some confusion on Port numbering. On the board is written TXD0 for this pin. Alternativ one can install the latest Master version from Git as explained here: https://​github.com/​esp8266/​Arduino+  * Add the following Line on top of the Example: **#define LED_BUILTIN 2** (This is needed because the Example is written for a ESP-01 module and not for ESP-12. The blue LED is on internal PIN 2 not on PIN 1. There seams to be some confusion on Port numbering. On the board is written TXD0 for this pin.) 
   * Turn on the program swish on the board or on the adapter. -> Push reset. ​   * Turn on the program swish on the board or on the adapter. -> Push reset. ​
   * In Arduino push the upload (Blue error ->) and wait until 100% is reached. While uploading the blue LED on the board is flashing.   * In Arduino push the upload (Blue error ->) and wait until 100% is reached. While uploading the blue LED on the board is flashing.
start-with-esp-12-arduino.txt · Last modified: 2018/04/01 11:12 by jpascher