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TUTORIAL: Quickly getting started with ESP32 / ESP32S in 5 - 10 minutes! Beginner Friendly! Arduino!

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My website link for downloads (if any are present), etc: 🤍 A short video, introducing the ESP32! Hopefully, you'll like it. It's concise as possible! Please Note: The ESP32, like it's predecessor, it's picky about power! Make sure you have a stable power source or it simply won't work! Schematics for the DOIT ESP32 board: 🤍

Introduction to ESP32 - Getting Started

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Today we will get started with the ESP32, a low-cost and extremely versatile microcontroller with integrated WiFi and Bluetooth. I’ll show you how to set up your Arduino IDE for the ESP32 and then we’ll try out several example sketches. Full Article with code: 🤍 More articles and tutorials: 🤍 Join the conversation on the forum: 🤍 Subscribe to the newsletter and stay in touch: 🤍 I apologize for the delay in getting another video out for you, the current situation has greatly impacted me as I’m sure it has you. Please stay safe and isolate! After many requests, I am finally bringing the ESP32 into the workshop, and it’s here to stay - I’ll be doing a lot of ESP32 projects going forward. And when you see all of the features that this incredible microcontroller has I’m sure you see why! The ESP32 is a microcontroller from Espressif Systems that has a wealth of features, including multiple I/O ports, analog inputs AND outputs, WiFi, Bluetooth and BLE, touch switches, timers, and real-time clocks, and much more. This inexpensive processor is available on a number of modules, some of which include displays, microSD card sockets or even cameras. Today we will get started using the ESP32. And the first thing we will do is set up our Arduino IDE to add the ESP32 boards to it. After we get our programming environment ready we'll write the obligatory “hello world” program, which for microcontrollers is the good old Blink sketch. You’ll see how uploading code to the ESP32 differs from the Arduino AVR boards we are used to using. After that, we will go through some of the many example sketches that get installed with the ESP32 board manager, including examples for WiFi and Bluetooth. It’s a long video (like always LOL) so here’s a breakdown if you want to skip directly to a specific section: 0:00 - Intro 1:56 - ESP32 Introduction 6:11 - ESP32 Boards 10:24 - Setting up the Arduino IDE 12:33 - ESP32 Hookup 14:10 - ESP32 Blink Sketch 19:04 - WiFi Introduction 21:05 - WiFi Scanner 24:23 - WiFi Access Point 26:51 - WiFi Simple Server 30:09 - Bluetooth Introduction 31:20 - Serial to Serial Bluetooth 34:37 - Simple Time 39:17 - Hall Sensor 40:48 - LED Software Fade 42:27 - Repeat Timer 43:40 - Touch Read You can use just about any ESP32 board with these experiments, and the only other components you’ll need are an LED (with dropping resistor), a push-button switch and something metal to use as a touch sensor. Incidentally, this video subject was suggested to me as the result of a poll on the DroneBot Workshop Forums. If you want to have a say in the content for future videos and articles the forum is the place to go! Just visit 🤍 and join in the conversation! This is just the first of many ESP32-related videos, so be sure to subscribe for more! I hope you enjoy the video and please stay inside and stay safe! Bill

#339 The new ESP32-S2: How relevant is it for the Makers? First tests

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When the ESP32 came to the market, it was well equipped: Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, two fast cores, an ultra low power core, lots of pins, etc. One thing, however, was lacking: Native USB support like the SAMD processors, for example. This changed with the new ESP32, the ESP32-S2. Here I have two development boards. Let’s look if it is the same “killer” as the first ESP32 was. I am a proud Patreon of GreatScott!, Electroboom, Electronoobs, EEVblog, and others Links: Standard ESP32 boards (not S2): 🤍 Datasheet: 🤍 Saola Board: 🤍 The links above usually are affiliate links which support the channel (no additional cost for you). Supporting Material and Blog Page: 🤍 Github: 🤍 My Patreon Page: 🤍 Discord: 🤍 If you want to support the channel, please use the links below to start your shopping. No additional charges for you, but I get a commission (of your purchases the next 24 hours) to buy new stuff for the channel My Amazon.com shop: 🤍 For Banggood 🤍 For AliExpress: 🤍 For Amazon.de: 🤍 For Amazon UK: 🤍 For ebay.com: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Please do not try to Email me or invite me on LinkedIn. These communication channels are reserved for my primary job As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases

Why ESP32's Are The Best Microcontrollers (ESP32 + Arduino series)

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The ESP32 is a very powerful microcontroller with built-in WiFi and Bluetooth, a dual-core CPU and a lot of memory. In this video I'll go over all of the features and explain why it's possibly the best chip to use for your next IoT project! ⚡️Other videos in this series: 🤍 (Everything you need to know about programming the ESP32 by using the Arduino Framework) 🌍 Social Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Blog: 🤍 Become a Simply Explained member: 🤍

YOU can Learn the ESP32 in 15 Minutes: Hello World!

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An introduction to developing for the ESP32 Microcontroller. Dave explains how it relates to the Arduino line, how the specs compare and takes you through the basics of a Hello World application for the ESP32. My 3 Favorite ESP32 Boards: M5 Stick C Plus: 🤍 Heltec Wifi32 VFD board: 🤍 TTGO ESP32 Board: 🤍 They keyboard I'm clacking along on: 🤍 For information on my book, "Secrets of the Autistic Millionaire": 🤍 My other channel, join now so you're there for episode 01! 🤍 Discord Chat w/ Myself and Subscribers: 🤍

What ESP32 to buy & use? ESP32 S2,S3,C3,C6,H2...

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In the last few years, Espressif have been releasing a ton of different application-specific ESP32 SoCs. So much so that it has become super confusing to choose the right ESP32 SoC for your application. In this episode of 5 Minute Tech Takes we solve this confusion once and for all! We compare the ESP32 H2, S2, S3, C3, & C6. By the end of the video, you will exactly know which ESP32 SoC you will need in your project. #ESP32 #Espressif #ESP32S3

How to Easily Control Addressable LEDs with an ESP32 or ESP8266 | WLED Project

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Full Article - 🤍 WLED is the greatest way to add IoT connectivity to fully addressable LEDs like WS2812B strips, GlowBit Modules or NeoPixels. Filled to the brim with customisable light shows and fully open-source, it really feels like magic ✨🔮 No Coding Necessary! Related Information WLED App on Google Play Store - 🤍 WLED App on IOS App Store - 🤍 WLED Web Installer - 🤍 ESP32 Nomenclature Guide - 🤍 What is the ESP32 and ESP8266 Guide - 🤍 Flash MicroPython Onto An ESP32 - 🤍 Pycom WiPy Overview (This is an ESP32 Board!) - 🤍 This is all about controlling Fully Addressable LED Lights using any Espressif ESP32 or ESP8266 Development Board and your mobile Phone all through WIFI! All possible by WLED Project. Now I have used Raspberry Pi full-sized computers to control fully addressable LED before (mainly because of previous lack of great software/knowledge to work with ESP32 Development Boards) but Raspberry Pi's are so much more than a simple addressable LED controller, they are full-on computers. So when it comes to a single addressable LED strip that you want to be good to go 24/7 but not necessarily be shining LED light everywhere all the time ESP32 are perfect for this application in regards to the much lower current draw (particularly when dormant), ease of power-cycling and significantly cheaper installation. Plus it will work with any NeoPixel or GlowBit Matrix. Replicating the patterns I create would be significantly harder to code from first principles than it is just to use this brilliant WLED App. If you have any questions about this content or want to share a project you're working on head over to our maker forum, we are full time makers and here to help - 🤍 Core Electronics is located in the heart of Newcastle, Australia. We're powered by makers, for makers. Drop by if you are looking for: Heaps of ESP32 and ESP8266 Boards (Any Will Work): 🤍 ESP32 Thing Plus C (Used Here): 🤍 WS2812 RGB Strip LEDs (Used Here): 🤍 GlowBit 8x8 Module (Used Here): 🤍 0:00 Intro 0:16 What Dev Board to Use 0:38 App Download Locations 0:44 Hardware You Need 1:29 Installation Process 2:20 Providing WIFI Details 2:37 Connecting Board to the WLED App 3:22 WLED App First Steps 3:55 Connecting LED Strip to Board 4:25 Not Getting Light? Do This 4:46 Success! 4:58 Exploring the WLED App 6:35 Creating a Custom Light Show 7:00 GlowBit Module Control 7:26 Outro The following trademarks are owned by Core Electronics Pty Ltd: "Core Electronics" and the Core Electronics logo "Makerverse" and the Makerverse logo "PiicoDev" and the PiicoDev logo "GlowBit" and the GlowBit logo

WiFiManager with ESP32 - Stop Hard-coding WiFi Credentials!

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Stop hard-coding your WiFi connection information in your ESP32 Sketches - use WiFi Manager instead! Article with code samples: 🤍 More articles and tutorials: 🤍 Join the conversation on the forum: 🤍 Subscribe to the newsletter and stay in touch: 🤍 The ESP32 is an amazing microcontroller. It’s a powerful 32-bit processor with multiple I/O ports. 12-bit A/D converters and a variety of interfaces. But the one thing that makes it stand out above the crowd is its built-in WiFi and Bluetooth capabilities. When we experiment with the ESP32 WiFi we generally just hard-code our WiFi login information directly in our sketches. Some people use an external file, but it is just another way to accomplish the same thing. In both cases, our code is compiled and loaded onto our ESP32, so the ESP32 is locked into using that WiFi SSID and password. If you want to change these parameters to use your device on another WiFi network, then you need to change your code and recompile. This isn’t a great arrangement, especially if you want to move your creation to another network, share it with a friend or even create a commercial product. Enter WiFiManager. This great library lets you avoid hard-coding your WiFi parameters. Instead, you use a web-based interface to configure your SSID and password, so you can use your ESP32 project anywhere. You can also add additional parameters of your own, making WiFiManager an ideal solution for both private and commercial designs. Today I’ll show you how to use WiFiManager with the ESP32 (it can also be used with the ESP8266). Here is the Table of Contents for today's video: 00:00 - Introduction 03:09 - WiFiManager 11:45 - WiFiManager Installation 13:29 - Using WiFiManager 18:05 - WiFiManager On-Demand 23:59 - Modifying Sketches to use WiFiManager 30:07 - Adding Custom Parameters 36:42 - JSON & SPIFFS 39:40 - Saving Parameter Data 53:04 - Conclusion You’ll find WiFiManager is easy to use, and that you can quickly adapt your existing sketches to eliminate the hard-coded SSID and password. Give it a try and let me know what you think. Hope you enjoy the video! Bill

Getting Started with ESP32 - Step-By-Step Tutorial

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This ESP32 video tutorial for absolute beginners demonstrates how to get started with NodeMCU-32S Development Board. Watch this step-by-step guide to learn how to connect ESP32 to your computer, write code in Visual Studio Code and deploy it to the microcontroller. 👍 Subscribe for more IoT and programming tutorials like this: 🤍 ESP32 Datasheet(specification): 🤍 NodeMCU-32S Datasheet(specification): 🤍 USB to UART Drivers: CP210x Driver: 🤍 CH340 Driver: 🤍 or 🤍 Parts and components used in this video: - NodeMCU-32S Development Board: UK: 🤍 US: 🤍 - USB Type-C to Micro USB cable (tested and working): UK: 🤍 US: 🤍 Alternatively: - USB Type-A to Micro USB cable (tested and working): UK: 🤍 US: 🤍 Software used in the video: Visual Studio Code IDE: 🤍 PlatformIO Extension: 🤍 Clang-Format Extensions (Code Formatter): 🤍 Link to the code: 🤍 If you don't want to hold the "BOOT" button whenever you upload your code, here's a good article with the workaround (it requires one 10uF electrolytic capacitor): 🤍 Social Media: Twitter: 🤍 Linkedin: 🤍 GitHub: 🤍 Thank you for watching and see you soon! 00:00 Intro 00:21 Hardware Presentation, Microcontroller vs Development Board 01:31 Important Information About Cables 02:00 To-Do List / Plan for Today 03:07 ESP32 Overview 04:26 USB to UART Driver Installation - Identifying the Bridge 05:48 Installing USB to UART Driver 07:37 Installing Visual Studio Code 08:50 Installing PlatformIO IDE 09:14 Installing and Configuring C/C Code Autoformatter 10:14 Creating New Project with PlatformIO 11:14 PlatformIO Project Directory Structure 12:58 Setting Up Serial Communication 14:06 Printing Out Text Over Serial 15:11 How to Blink LED Diode 17:21 How to Compile and Deploy the Code to ESP32 18:32 Displaying Printed Out Text with Serial Monitor 19:15 Development Board Reset Button 19:30 The End

10 Brilliant ESP32 Projects you can try in 2022!

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This video contains 10 New ESP32 projects/project ideas that you can try. Subscribe to our channel to never miss any good project ideas. Get your free trial version of the Altium designer: 🤍 About Altium: Altium is the industry’s leading PCB design software that combines schematic, layout, and everything else you need in one environment to effortlessly design printed circuit boards. - Disclaimer: All the projects in this video are the sole property of the creators. We are thankful to each one of them for sharing their projects with us or allowing us to include their project in this video. Check out the full project video of the respective creators below: - Project links: 10. Paperclick | Source: makermoekoe His channel: 🤍 Project video: 🤍 9. Smartwatch | Source: Matthew Bellafaire His channel: 🤍 Project video: 🤍 🤍 🤍 8. Smart Doorbell | Source: ei23 His channel: 🤍 Project video: 🤍 7. Resistor Color Code Calculator | Source: Volos Projects His channel: 🤍 Project video: 🤍 6. Circular scrolling display | Source: makermoekoe His channel: 🤍 Project video: 🤍 5. Nintendo emulator | Source: Volos Projects His channel: 🤍 Project video: 🤍 4. Long Range ESP32 | Source: Elite Worm His channel: 🤍 Project video: 🤍 3. 3D orientation visualisation | Source: Dominik Nowak 🤍 🤍 2. Robotic Arm playing Mandolin | Source: Clayton Darwin His channel: 🤍 Project video: 🤍 1. Smart Energy Meter | Source: How To Electronics His channel: 🤍 Project video: 🤍 - Chapters: 00:00 Intro 00:09 Paperclick 00:49 Smartwatch 01:33 Smart Doorbell 02:51 Resistor Color Code Calculator 03:32 Circular scrolling display 04:16 Nintendo emulator 05:03 Long Range ESP32 05:47 3D orientation visualisation 06:31 Robotic Arm playing Mandolin 07:10 Smart Energy Meter 07:55 Outro - Kits we recommend- The only Raspberry Pi kit you need(our pick):- Amazon: 🤍 All in one Arduino Kit (our pick):- Amazon: 🤍 ESP8266 Weather Station Kit:- USA: 🤍 Best ESP32 Kit(our pick):- USA: 🤍

12 Amazing ESP32 Projects for Beginners in 2022!

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This video contains 12 Amazing ESP32 projects/project ideas that you can try. Subscribe to our channel to never miss any good project ideas. Get your free trial version of the Altium designer: 🤍 About Altium: Altium is the industry’s leading PCB design software that combines schematic, layout, and everything else you need in one environment to effortlessly design printed circuit boards. - Disclaimer: All the projects in this video are the sole property of the creators. We are thankful to each one of them for sharing their projects with us or allowing us to include their project in this video. Check out the full project video of the respective creators below: - Project links: 12. Gauge for ESP32 and TFT | Source: Volos Projects His channel: 🤍 Project video: 🤍 11. ESP32 and ADS1115 ADC Voltmeter project | Source: Volos Projects Project video: 🤍 10. Bitcoin Price Ticker | Source: Michael Klements His channel: 🤍 Project video: 🤍 9. Play Video on a Tiny OLED Display | Source: Clayton Darwin 🤍 8. Musical Stepper Motors | Source: Clayton Darwin His channel: 🤍 Project video: 🤍 7. Social Media Follower Notifier | Source: TheAmplituhedron His channel: 🤍 Project video: 🤍 6. IoT Visitor Counter | Source: The IoT Projects His channel: 🤍 Project video: 🤍 5. Sending messages with LoRa module | Source: Electro Point His channel: 🤍 Project video: 🤍 4. Send images from ESP32 CAM to Google Drive | Source: How To Electronics Their channel: 🤍 Project video: 🤍 3. Control LED/Lamp with Amazon AWS IoT Core | Source: How To Electronics Project video: 🤍 2. Home Automation with Amazon AWS IoT Core & ESP32 | Source: How To Electronics Project video: 🤍 1. Pulse Oximeter Webserver | Source: The IoT Projects Project video: 🤍 - Chapters: 00:00 Intro 00:10 Gauge for ESP32 and TFT 00:50 Building a Voltmeter 01:34 Bitcoin Price Ticker 02:15 Play Video on a Tiny OLED Display 03:39 Musical Stepper Motors 04:21 Social Media Follower Notifier 05:00 IoT Visitor Counter 05:41 Sending messages with LoRa module 06:21 Send images from ESP32 CAM to Google Drive 07:11 Control LED/Lamp with Amazon AWS IoT Core 08:03 Home Automation with Amazon AWS IoT Core & ESP32 08:46 Pulse Oximeter Webserver 09:25 Outro Kits we recommend- The only Raspberry Pi kit you need(our pick):- Amazon: 🤍 All in one Arduino Kit (our pick):- Amazon: 🤍 ESP8266 Weather Station Kit:- USA: 🤍 Best ESP32 Kit(our pick):- USA: 🤍

#159 Big ESP32 Boards Review and Test

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Over the last few month, a lot of new ESP32 boards appeared on our usual marketplaces. It is time for a closer look. That you can save your money and buy the board you really need. Here I have most of the current “made in Asia” boards and I will give you an overview of their features and functions: • Number of pins available for the user • ESP32 Module and ESP32 chip revision used for the board • Is the board breadboard-friendly? • Does it have special features like OLED or a LiPo battery charging circuit? • Does it have a flash button, and a USB connector? • I will measure the current for the different - idle - Bluetooth active - Wi-Fi active in STA, AP, and both modes - Wifi and Bluetooth active - Deep Sleep • I will also measure the current during charging for the boards with a battery • And I will comment positive and negative features and experiences with these boards Board with 18650: 🤍 WeMos® LOLIN32 Board 🤍 TTGO Module: 🤍 ESP32 (NodeMCU type) Board: 🤍 White OLED: 🤍 Wemos OLED: 🤍 Yellow: 🤍 Geekit (similar to Yellow, not tested): 🤍 X-Board: 🤍 Mini board: 🤍 Arduino like Board: 🤍 ESP32 programmer: 🤍 WROOM-32 Module: 🤍 ESP32 PCB: 🤍 Github: 🤍 Supporting Material and Blog Page: 🤍 If you want to support the channel and buy from Banggood use this link to start your shopping: 🤍 (no additional charges for you) Official Wemos Store: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Please do not try to Email me or invite me on LinkedIn. These communication channels are reserved for my main job

#363 Which ESP32 pins are safe to use?

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The ESP32 is a beast, with some “secrets.” Today we will look at its pins and create a “Priority” pin list, which saves you a lot of time and hassle. In this video: - We will get an overview of all pins of the ESP32 - Learn which pins have particular purposes and therefore have to be treated with care - Learn the real universally usable pins - Create a strategy on how to use the many pins for our projects - And do some programming examples I am a proud Patreon of 🤍GreatScott! , 🤍ElectroBOOM , 🤍Electronoobs , 🤍EEVblog , and others No Docker, No Microsoft Teams, Zoom, no IKEA Links: My favorite ESP32 development board+extension: 🤍 My favorite "project board": 🤍 or 🤍 or 🤍 Excel Sheet: 🤍 The links above usually are affiliate links which support the channel (no additional cost for you). Supporting Material and Blog Page: 🤍 Github: 🤍 My Patreon Page: 🤍 Discord: 🤍 If you want to support the channel, please use the links below to start your shopping. No additional charges for you, but I get a commission (of your purchases the next 24 hours) to buy new stuff for the channel My Amazon.com shop: 🤍 For Banggood 🤍 For AliExpress: 🤍 For Amazon.de: 🤍 For Amazon UK: 🤍 For ebay.com: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Please do not try to email me. This communication channel is reserved for my primary job As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases #no#midroll#ads

#366 9 New ESP32 Boards: Comparison and Tests

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The ESP32 has become a mainstream Maker platform. Therefore, we have many different boards to choose from. Which one fits your project? Let’s get an overview and test the boards. And of course, we will add the information to our comparison table from the last videos. Contenders are boards from Lilygo (TTGO), Wemos (LOLIN), Sparkfun, Keyestudio, and MH-ET LIVE. I am a proud Patreon of 🤍GreatScott! , 🤍ElectroBOOM , 🤍Electronoobs , 🤍EEVblog , and others. No Docker, No Microsoft Teams, Zoom Links: TTGO T7 V1.5 🤍 TTGO T-Display 🤍 or 🤍 LOLIN D32 V1.0.0 🤍 TTGO T7 V1.3 🤍 LOLIN D32 Pro 🤍 LIVE D1 mini ESP32 🤍 ESP32 Thing Plus (Sparkfun) 🤍 Keyestudio ESP32 🤍 Comparison Sheet: 🤍 The links above usually are affiliate links that support the channel (no additional cost for you). Supporting Material and Blog Page: 🤍 Github: 🤍 My Patreon Page: 🤍 Discord: 🤍 If you want to support the channel, please use the links below to start your shopping. No additional charges for you, but I get a commission (of your purchases the next 24 hours) to buy new stuff for the channel My Amazon.com shop: 🤍 For Banggood 🤍 For AliExpress: 🤍 For Amazon.de: 🤍 For Amazon UK: 🤍 For ebay.com: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Please do not try to email me. This communication channel is reserved for my primary job As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases #no#midroll#ads

CP2102 USB-to-Serial Bridge Driver Installation & Getting Started with ESP32 / ESP32S

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CP210x USB to UART Bridge VCP Drivers Install the ESP32 Board in Arduino IDE Getting Started ESP32 / ESP32S with Arduino IDE Windows Quickly getting started with ESP32 / ESP32S in 6 minutes! Beginner Friendly! Arduino! Getting started with Raspberry Pi PICO Arduino IDE Support - Official & How to install : 🤍 RGB LED Matrix with an ESP32 - How to get started : 🤍 Find All "Great Projects" Videos : 🤍 * download * CP210x USB to UART Bridge VCP Drivers : 🤍 arduino-IDE : 🤍 DHT11 DHT22 Sensor Library : 🤍 preferences (esp32 + esp8266) : 🤍 🤍 * WHERE TO BUY * join the Bangood! And get coupons 🤍 Geekcreit® ESP32 Development Board WiFi+bluetooth Ultra Low Power Consumption Dual Cores ESP-32 ESP-32S Board 🤍 DHT22 Temperature Humidity Sensor 🤍 40pcs 20cm Female to Female Jumper Cable Dupont Wire For Arduino 🤍 40pcs 20cm Male To Male Color Breadboard Cable Jumper Cable Dupont Wire 🤍 40pcs 20cm Male To Female Jumper Cable Dupont Wire For Arduino 🤍 Full disclosure: All of the links above are affiliate links. I get a small percentage of each sale they generate. Thank you for your support! Drivers CH340G V3 : 🤍 CP2102 : 🤍 * MORE PROJECTS * 🤍 #3tawi #Great Projects #ESP32 #CP210x

How to get started with ESP - 32S using Arduino

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ESP32S is a single chip 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi and Bluetooth combo chip designed with TSMC ultra low power 40 nm technology. It is designed and optimized for the best power performance, RF performance, robustness, versatility, features and reliability, for a wide variety of applications, and different power profiles.This video shows how to build the Arduino environment and use Arduino to program ESP32S, and at last we’ll download the code for WiFi Scan and display the result on the Grove-OLED. Code:🤍 ESP-32S Wifi Bluetooth Combo Module: 🤍 Website: 🤍 Community: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Taobao shop: 🤍 Amazon: 🤍

Is this Best ESP32 board? New T-Display S3 ESP32S3

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I finally received new Lily GO T-Display S3 development board. Old version TTGO T-Display is one of my favorite boards. In this video I will show you features of new board, we will check what new ESP32 S3 chip has to offer and I will also share with you few of mine examples. So stay tuned. You can check it here: 🤍 Here are my projects with old TTGO T-Display : 🤍 You can support my work by buying me coffee here: 🤍 Thank you! Here is code : 🤍

Making ESP32 projects smaller😱🤩 | How to program ESP32 Chip using ESP32 Board

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This video will guide you with programming ESP32 chip using ESP32 development board To try out free trial version of Altium, click here - 🤍 You can support me🙏🏻 and also get benefitted on Patreon :- 🤍 Subscribe now💪🏻 to watch some amazing videos coming up soon. 🤍 _ 👨🏻‍💻 Purchase links 👨🏻‍💻 Esp32 chip - 🤍 Breakout PCB - 🤍 _ Now you can get free PCB with every order of techiesms T-shirt or techiesms pocket notebook. You can buy the merchandise from here, 🤍 _ 👀 You may Like these videos 👀 Smallest Home Automation project using ESP32 module - 🤍 _ Buy the components from your projects 💡🔌 ESP32 Dev board - 🤍 ESP32 Module - 🤍 NodeMCU - 🤍 Raspberry Pi 4b - 🤍 Raspberry Pi pico - 🤍 Arduino MEGA - 🤍 TTGO TCALL module - 🤍 Visit my Amazon Storefront for purchasing any components you need for this project or any other project :- 🤍 _ 🎥 🎙 My Video Gear 🎙🎥 Camera - Canon 750d Lens - 50mm f/1.8 STM Lens (🤍 24mm f/2.6 Key Light - Godox SL60W (🤍 Fill Light/Back Light - Osaka Lightning Setup (🤍 Tripod - 🤍 Microphone - Samson Meteor (🤍 Editing - Final Cut Pro X on MacBook Pro ( 🤍 ) _ Subscribe Now :- 🤍 Facebook :- 🤍 Twitter :- 🤍 Instagram :- 🤍 Website :- 🤍 WhatsApp number :- +91 82000 79034 You can support me and also get benefitted on Patreon :- 🤍 _ techiesms explore | learn | share

How to use ESP32 WiFi and Bluetooth with Arduino IDE full details with examples and code

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In this video learn about input and output pins, pin map, voltages, example with HTTP client of ESP32 Cool new product SONOFF TH Elite Smart Temperature and Humidity Monitoring Switch 🤍 This video is part of Arduino Step by Step course that starts here 🤍 The best thank you for me is to not to skip ads and Subscribe 🔔 to my channel, like 👍 the video It is greatly appreciated. 🔔 😊. I will reply to all Subscriber's 🔔 questions. So make sure to Subscribe and enable the bell 🔔.😊 Get code and resources for this video: 🤍 Purchase ESP32 from affiliated stores AlExpress: 🤍 or 🤍 Amazon Canada: 🤍 Amazon USA: 🤍 Any European Amazon: 🤍 Banggood: 🤍 Jump to different section of video by clicking on the time: 00:00 Start 00:53 Introduction 05:04 5V and 3.3V pins 08:38 Features explained 14:03 Pins on Datasheet 17:00 Blink Example 19:14 Blink example with external LED 21:00 HTTP Client test Tutorial by Ahmad Shamshiri form Canada Arduino Step by Step Course (over 100 lectures) Starts here 🤍 If you found this tutorial helpful, please support me so I can continue creating contents like this. Here is PayPal link 🤍 Follow me on Facebook 🤍 Follow me on Twitter: 🤍 Follow me on Instagram: 🤍 Tutorial by Robojax.com Get other projects code and learn Arduino 🤍 #robojax #robojaxESP32

Setting up an ESP32 with Arduino IDE

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In this video you will learn a bit about the ESP32 microcontroller, and how to set it up with Arduino IDE. I typically use the WROOM module, although it's similar to the WROVER module anyways. Only difference is that the WROVER has an additional PSRAM ic included in the module, and I haven't needed it yet. The link to paste in to the additional boards URL: 🤍

#407 ESP32-S2 New Arduino USB Functionality: Cool Combination with WiFi

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Up till now, emulating a keyboard or a mouse was only possible with an Arduino Micro or a USB host shield. With the new Arduino support for the ESP32-S2 I will show you how it can be done with our darling. In addition, we will add Wi-Fi to create remote logging to Excel or other PC software. If you have evil thoughts, you can also use it as a wireless “rubber ducky” to hack other PCs or play a trick with your colleagues. As a bonus, we will deepen our knowledge of how USB works. I am a proud Patreon of 🤍GreatScott!, 🤍ElectroBOOM , 🤍Electronoobs , 🤍EEVblog , and others. No Docker, No Microsoft Teams, Zoom Links: FeatherS2: 🤍 TinyS2: 🤍 ESP32-S2: 🤍 or 🤍 Arduino Pro Micro Clone: 🤍 or 🤍 Github: 🤍 The links above usually are affiliate links that support the channel (no additional cost for you). Supporting Material and Blog Page: 🤍 Github: 🤍 My Patreon Page: 🤍 Discord: 🤍 If you want to support the channel, please use the links below to start your shopping. No additional charges for you, but I get a commission of your purchases to buy new stuff for the channel My Amazon.com shop: 🤍 For Banggood 🤍 For AliExpress: 🤍 For Amazon.de: 🤍 For Amazon UK: 🤍 For ebay.com: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Please do not try to email me. This communication channel is reserved for my primary job As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases #no#midroll#ads

ESP32 Sound - Working with I2S

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Build an Internet Radio, an MP3 Player, and display microphone waveforms with an ESP32 and some I2S peripherals. Learn to use the I2S sound protocol with the ESP32. Article with code: 🤍 More articles and tutorials: 🤍 Join the conversation on the forum: 🤍 Subscribe to the newsletter and stay in touch: 🤍 You might have seen the term “I2S” on the spec sheet for the ESP32 and may have just assumed that it was a form of I2C. Well, you would be mistaken - I2S is a protocol for manipulation of digital audio, and today we will be using it with the ESP32. After a short primer on I2S and digital audio fundamentals, we will use an I2S microphone module with an ESP32. We’ll display the microphone output as a waveform on the Arduino IDE Serial Plotter. After that, we will grab a library from GitHub, and we’ll use it to build an MP3 player with an I2S amplifier module. We’ll then use the same library and the ESP32 WiFi to create an Internet Radio. Finally, we will convert our simple Internet Radio into a stereo device, with a volume control. Here is what is in today's video: 00:00 - Introduction 01:27 - I2S & Digital Audio Intro 08:25 - I2S Peripherals 10:18 - Using an I2S Microphone 18:37 - I2S MP3 Player 28:31 - Simple I2S Internet Radio 33:41 - Stereo Internet Radio 43:56 - Conclusion Remember, if you need any of the code used here, you'll find it on the DroneBot Workshop website at 🤍\esp32-i2s. Hope you enjoy the video! Bill

How to add WiFi Control to any project || ESP32 Beginner's Guide

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Support me for more videos: 🤍 Previous video: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 LED Matrix project video: 🤍 More project information on Instructables: 🤍 You can get the ESP32 here (affiliate links): Amazon.com: 🤍 Amazon.de: 🤍 Ebay: 🤍 In this video I will show you how easy/difficult it is to use an ESP32 with the Arduino IDE in order to add WiFi control to any electronics project. Along the way I will show you how to use the ESP32 to create a simple WiFi server and how to create a fitting control app for your smartphone. Music: 2011 Lookalike by Bartlebeats Killing Time, Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)

How To Install WLED on an ESP32 Board and Connect / Control Addressable LEDs

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PRIME DAY HUGE Savings on ALL Govee Products and BTF-Lighting LED Strips/Power Supplies: Govee HomePage: 🤍 BTF Lighting HomePage: 🤍 Quick instructions on how to get up and running from scratch to begin controlling LED lights using WLED and an ESP32 board. I also go over how to connect the controller to Lights and a quick overview of the WLED App. Materials: Diffuser Channel: 🤍 ESP32 Board: 🤍 LED Lights: LED Lights: 🤍 18 Gauge Silicone Wires: 🤍 Wago Connectors: 🤍 Micro USB cable: 🤍 Big Power Supply: 🤍 Wall Plug for Big Power Supply: 🤍 Medium Power Supply: 🤍 Wire Stripper: 🤍 How-To Solder Video: 🤍 How-To Video for the LED Pegboard Project: 🤍 Link to WLED Animation Guide: 🤍 Link to some of my full DIY LED how-to project videos: LED Board and Batten Accent Wall: 🤍 LED Baseboard Trim: 🤍 RGB Lamp Hack: 🤍 Corner LED Light using Pex pipes: 🤍 DIY Govee Glide using only paper: 🤍 Simple Corner LED Project: 🤍 DIY Customizable Light Up Images: 🤍 LED Strip Diffuser Ideas: 🤍 DIY Hexagon Project: 🤍 DIY Edge Lit Designs: 🤍 DIY Black Acrylic Floating Shelves: 🤍 LED Tutorials: Soldering Tutorial: 🤍 Installing WLED on esp8266: 🤍 Power Options for LED Strips: 🤍 Use WLED with Govee Lights: 🤍 Re-Use Leftover LED Strips: 🤍 Unboxing Videos: Best Diffuser Channels (same ones used in this video): 🤍 Lytmi Neo 2.0: 🤍 Govee Lyra Floor Lamp: 🤍 Govee Glide Hexa Panels: 🤍 Govee Glide Light Bars: 🤍 The best way to help support my channel is to like, comment, make sure your subscribed and share my videos with as many people as you can. The other way is to use the Amazon links above as I get a small % at no extra cost to you if you buy something. Thank you all for the support!

#400 The Best Power Source for ESP32/ ESP8266 Projects

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Are you interested in my way of powering small projects? After many discussions and evaluations, I created a favorite list with solutions for the five most popular use cases. Why did I choose them, and how can you build them? After the video, you should have a decision tree for your future projects. I am a proud Patreon of 🤍GreatScott!, 🤍ElectroBOOM , 🤍Electronoobs , 🤍EEVblog , and others. No Docker, No Microsoft Teams, Zoom Links: TTGO Boards: 🤍 T-Beam: 🤍 Small board without battery: 🤍 or 🤍 Small board with battery support: 🤍 or 🤍 ESP32 WROOM : 🤍 or 🤍 Solar panel 6V : 🤍 Solar Panels 5 - 5.5V : 🤍 or 🤍 Voltage Regulator HT7333 : 🤍 Power supplies (110-240V - 3.3V) : 🤍 ESP32 Bare Bone PCB : 🤍 TP4056 : 🤍 or 🤍 Flow chart: 🤍 FET Switch: 🤍 Trigboard: 🤍 MicroWakeUpper: 🤍 The links above usually are affiliate links that support the channel (no additional cost for you). Supporting Material and Blog Page: 🤍 Github: 🤍 My Patreon Page: 🤍 Discord: 🤍 If you want to support the channel, please use the links below to start your shopping. No additional charges for you, but I get a commission of your purchases to buy new stuff for the channel My Amazon.com shop: 🤍 For Banggood 🤍 For AliExpress: 🤍 For Amazon.de: 🤍 For Amazon UK: 🤍 For ebay.com: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Please do not try to email me. This communication channel is reserved for my primary job As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases

Dual Core Programming for the Raspberry Pi Pico, ESP32, and ESP32-S3 Using the Arduino IDE

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The RP2040 (found in the Raspberry Pi Pico), the ESP32, and the ESP32-S3 are all dual-core microcontrollers, with two CPU cores. All three can be programmed using the Arduino IDE. Here is a look at how to program both cores on those chips using the Arduino IDE, including a unified sketch that will work on RP2040 based boards and on ESP32/ESP32-S3 boards. - Source code: 🤍 Let Me Explain T-shirt: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 #garyexplains

ESP32 CAM - 10 Dollar Camera for IoT Projects

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Today we are working with the ESP32-CAM, an amazing 32-bit microcontroller module with a built-in camera and microSD card interface that retails for less than 10 dollars! Article with code: 🤍 More articles and tutorials: 🤍 Join the conversation on the forum: 🤍 Subscribe to the newsletter and stay in touch: 🤍 Quick quiz - what has a camera, a microSD card socket, several GPIO pins, WifI and Bluetooth and costs less than 10 bucks? Answer - the ESP32-CAM module from A-Thinker! We have already worked with the ESP32, it’s a 32-bit microcontroller from Espressif Systems that has a wealth of features. The ESP32 is a perfect choice to build WiFi-enabled or IoT projects, and it can be programmed using the familiar Arduino IDE. There are many different modules that use the ESP32, and today we will look at one of the most popular ones - the ESP32-CAM. As its name would imply this module has a built-in 2-megapixel camera, as well as a microSD card and provisions for using an external antenna. The demo sketch that comes with the module creates a full-featured Camera Web Server, complete with a control panel and advanced features like face detection. All you need to do to get it working is to add your WiFi credentials. One thing that is missing from the ESP32-CAM module, however, is a USB connector. To program this device you’ll need to use an FTDI adapter, the same type you would use when programming an Arduino Pro Mini. Today I’ll show you how to hook up that FTDI adapter and program the ESP32-CAM. I’ll also show you how to add an external antenna, and how to troubleshoot any “brownout condition” errors you might get when experimenting with this device. Here is what we will be covering today: 00:00 - Introduction 03:23 - ESP32-CAM Introduction 08:18 - Using the FTDI Adapter 09:28 - Camera Web Server Example 15:44 - Resolving Brownout Problems 22:39 - Using an External Antenna If you need more information or would like a copy of the Antenna Test Sketch head over to the DroneBot Workshop website where you will find an article that accompanies this video at 🤍 If you want to discuss the ESP32_CAM or anything you see here on the DroneBot Workshop channel just head over to the forum at 🤍. The Forum is also the place to go to suggest content for new articles and videos, and it’s a great place to meet new people who have similar interests to you. I hope you enjoy the video!

#419 ESP32 Audio Tutorial with lots of examples

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A well-kept secret of the ESP32 is its extended audio capabilities because it is hard to use. Luckily, I found a library and a toolset enabling us to easily use these capabilities. We now can connect microphones, loudspeakers, Bluetooth loudspeakers, SD cards, and even browsers to an ESP32 to record and play sound. Very handy for all sorts of projects. And we will build an internet radio with a single line of code in the loop(). I am a proud Patreon of 🤍GreatScott! , 🤍Electronoobs , 🤍EEVblog , and others. Links: Phil's Library: 🤍 Phil's A2DP library (Needed for Bluetooth): 🤍 ESP32 board: 🤍 Microphone: 🤍 MAX98357A I2S Amplifier: 🤍 PCM5102 DAC: 🤍 I2S ADC: 🤍 ESP32 Audio Kit: 🤍 PMOD "Soundcard": 🤍 Filter Video: 🤍 I2S Pins: 🤍 My second channel: 🤍 The links above usually are affiliate links that support the channel (no additional cost for you). Supporting Material and Blog Page: 🤍 GitHub: 🤍 My Patreon Page: 🤍 Discord: 🤍 If you want to support the channel, please use the links below to start your shopping. No additional charges for you, but I get a commission of your purchases to buy new stuff for the channel My Amazon.com shop: 🤍 For Banggood 🤍 For AliExpress: 🤍 For Amazon.de: 🤍 For Amazon UK: 🤍 For ebay.com: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Please do not try to email me. This communication channel is reserved for my primary job As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases #no#midroll#ads

Control Anything With IOT Easy Internet of Things with ESP32 and Arduino

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High quality PCB prototypes: 🤍 3D & CNC service: 🤍 🔥Create an online database, create a simple php code, make a connection with the ESP32 to the database and get or send data to the cloud. Control anything with WIFI connection 🔀LINKS - Tutorial Website: 🤍 Arduino Code: 🤍 My tools: 🤍 False/True T-Shirt: 🤍 🤝SUPPORT - Join my Arduino Course (Spanish): 🤍 ELECTRONOOBS.io: 🤍 Donate on PayPal: 🤍 Help my projects on Patreon : 🤍 my Q&A page: 🤍 Facebook page: 🤍 Canal en Español: 🤍 00:00 Intro 02:29 Steps of the video 03:30 ESP32 + Arduino IDE 05:42 Bare Minimum ESP32 07:41 Website + Database 10:50 Toggle Button 12:20 ESP32 receive data 15:41 ESP32 Send data 17:31 Thank you! Like share and subscribe to motivate me. Thank you #ESP32 #WiFI #IOT

ESP32 Flash Memory - Store Permanent Data (Write and Read)

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For complete project details (schematics + source code), visit ► 🤍 Learn how to use the ESP32 flash memory to store permanent data. To write data to the flash memory, you use the EEPROM.write() function that accepts as arguments. Like my page on Facebook: 🤍 Add me on Google+: 🤍 Follow me on twitter: 🤍 Subscribe for more projects like this! 🤍

#410 Unknown ESP32 saving: Light Sleep, Clock Reduction, Modem Sleep, Hibernation, and a few tricks

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We all know that we send our ESP32s to deep sleep to save energy. But do you know the other possibilities to save energy like light sleep and clock reduction? And what about modem sleep or hibernation? I am a proud Patreon of 🤍GreatScott!, 🤍ElectroBOOM , 🤍Electronoobs , 🤍EEVblog , and others. Links: ESP32 Adapter board: 🤍 Power Profiler Kit II: 🤍 USB-Serial Adapter 3.3V: 🤍 or 🤍 The links above usually are affiliate links that support the channel (no additional cost for you). Supporting Material and Blog Page: 🤍 Github: 🤍 My Patreon Page: 🤍 Discord: 🤍 If you want to support the channel, please use the links below to start your shopping. No additional charges for you, but I get a commission of your purchases to buy new stuff for the channel My Amazon.com shop: 🤍 For Banggood 🤍 For AliExpress: 🤍 For Amazon.de: 🤍 For Amazon UK: 🤍 For ebay.com: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Please do not try to email me. This communication channel is reserved for my primary job As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases #no#midroll#ads

¿QUÉ ES EL ESP32?

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En este vídeo presento el microcontrolador ESP32, ya que estará presente en muchos de los vídeos del canal. Lo considero muy versátil y además su precio es muy reducido en comparación con otros similares. ESP-IDF: 🤍 Arduino-esp32: 🤍 Foro ESP32: 🤍 Enlaces de componentes: -ESP32: 🤍 -Kit de componentes básicos: 🤍 -Kit de sensores: 🤍 -DHT11: 🤍 -Servomotores: 🤍 -Protoboards: 🤍 -Amazon general: 🤍 Estos enlaces pertenecen al programa de Afiliados de Amazon. No os cuesta más dinero, y yo gano un pequeño porcentaje. Gracias por apoyar al canal :D Música de fondo: Smudj - Foniqz 🤍

HakByte: Build a Hackable Router with a $5 ESP32

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If you're looking for a data-connected router for use as a Wi-Fi hacking punching bag, you can set one up for as little as $5. We'll use an ESP32 to create a Wi-Fi network and sniff traffic to discover logins, all using a low-cost microcontroller. This project is also useful for connecting IoT devices, making Wi-Fi honeypots, extending the range of a network. -☆-☆-☆-☆-☆-☆-☆-☆-☆-☆ Our Site → 🤍 Shop → 🤍 Subscribe → 🤍 Support → 🤍 Contact Us → 🤍 Threat Wire RSS → 🤍 Threat Wire iTunes → 🤍 Host: Kody Kinzie → 🤍 -☆-☆-☆-☆-☆-☆-☆-☆-☆-☆

Raspberry Pi Pico VS ESP32 S2 speed comparison benchmark using CircuitPython

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Raspberry Pi Pico VS ESP32 S2 speed comparison benchmark using CircuitPython Which board is faster? 🛒 ESP32 S2: 🤍 🛒 Raspberry Pi Pico: 🤍 🛒 Display: 🤍 🛒 USB Meter: 🤍 💻 Code: 🤍 #circuitpython #educ8stv #raspberrypi In this video I am going to do a speed comparison between the Raspberry Pi Pico and the ESP32 S2 board, two of the most powerful and inexpensive boards for makers. Before running the computation speed benchmark, I have developed, let’s take a quick look at the most basic specs of each board to get a sense of what to expect. The Raspberry Pico board features two 32-bit Arm Cortex M0+ cores operating at 133Mhz. It also offers 264KBs of RAM memory and 2MB of Flash memory and it costs at the time of this recording around $7. The Lilygo ESP32 S2 Board on the other hand features a single-core 32-bit LX7 microcontroller operating at 240MHz. It also offers 320KBs of RAM memory and 4MBs of Flash memory. Its price today is around $8. So, based on the specifications, we can conclude that the ESP32 S2 is faster than the Raspberry Pi Pico in single-core workloads. How much faster is the question? We can't know without running a benchmark, because the boards employ processors with different architectures. Based on the operating frequencies of each board, we can estimate that the ESP32 S2 single core performance will be roughly 80% faster than the Raspberry Pi Pico's single core performance. Is this correct?

Premiers tests pour bien débuter avec l'ESP32 [ESP32 #1]

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Soutenez mon travail sur Patreon: 🤍 Venez discuter sur mon serveur Discord: 🤍 Plateforme de développement ESP32: 🤍 Flash deals Banggood: 🤍 Vidéo sur les bases Arduino: 🤍 Télécharger le logiciel Arduino: 🤍 URL à ajouter dans le logiciel Arduino pour avoir les cartes ESP32: 🤍 Notepad (Windows seulement): 🤍 Atom (alternative à Notepad compatible Windows, Mac, Linux): 🤍 Sur Windows je préfère utiliser Notepad au lieu d'Atom, car il est moins lourd et plus rapide. Bonjour! Dans cette vidéo je vous explique comment débuter avec l'ESP32. J'explique brièvement ce que cette carte programmable peut faire et je fais quelques démonstrations. Les prochaines vidéos au sujet de l'ESP32 seront des tutoriels pour faire des "mini projets" que vous pourrez ensuite adapter et rassembler pour faire de plus gros projets. J'espère que vous aimerez la vidéo! Pour me rejoindre: - 🤍 - 🤍 - 🤍 - 🤍 - 🤍 Pour me soutenir: - Faire un don: 🤍 - Lien affilié Amazon.fr: 🤍 - Lien affilié Amazon.ca: 🤍 - Lien affilié GearBest: 🤍 - Lien affilié Banggood: 🤍 - Lien affilié Filaments.ca: 🤍 - Lien affilié PCBWay: 🤍 * La description de cette vidéo contient des liens affiliés. Cela signifie que je gagne une certaine commission sur les produits achetés à partir de ces liens. C'est majoritairement ainsi que je peux financer mes projets et partager gratuitement mes vidéos sur le web. Alors je souhaite remercier tous ceux qui me soutiennent. C'est grâce à vous que ces vidéos sont possibles!

Arduino IoT Cloud 2021 - Getting Started with Arduino & ESP32

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Learn to use Arduino's and ESP32 with the updated Arduino IoT Cloud. Article with code: 🤍 More articles and tutorials: 🤍 Join the conversation on the forum: 🤍 Subscribe to the newsletter and stay in touch: 🤍 Talk on the forum about this video: 🤍 The Internet of Things (IoT) can add a lot of convenience to our lives, with a myriad of connected devices available from hundreds of manufacturers. But it’s even more versatile when you can build your own IoT devices. There are a few products that can assist you in creating your own IoT devices, like Blynk and IBM Node-Red. Today we will look at another one of these products, the Arduino IoT Cloud. The Arduino IoT Cloud has actually been around for a couple of years now, but recently it was given a “facelift”. In addition, Arduino has updated its cloud plans, there are now four tiers including a free one. One of the big improvements is that ESP32 and ESP8266 support is now included in the free plan! Today we will see how to get started with the Arduino IoT Cloud. I’ll show you how to select a plan and set up your workstation with the Arduino Create agent. Then we will build a few cloud devices using an Arduino Nano 33 IoT board, and Arduino Nano RP2040 Connect board and an ESP32 WROVER module. Here is what we are covering today: 00:00 - Introduction 02:18 - The Arduino IoT Cloud 06:09 - Selecting a Cloud Plan 09:41 - Installing the Arduino Create Agent 11:21 - Building your first Thing & Dashboard 25:25 - Adding a DHT22 to your Thing 32:36 - Two Things with no Dashboard 41:25 - Using an ESP32 49:47 - Conclusion I also will show you a few “bugs” in the current implementation of the Arduino IoT Cloud, as the product is constantly being updated some of these may be resolved by the time you view this video. And although I subscribe to the “Maker” plan, the experiments we are doing today can all be done with the free plan. So it won’t cost you anything to get started.

Programming ESP32: how its done and issues that might occur [solved]

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In this video I show how to program an ESP32 (ESP32-WROOM-32D) with the Arduino IDE and discuss the following three errors that can occur: Error 1: A fatal error occurred: Failed to connect to ESP32: Timed out waiting for packet header * Solution: press "Boot" for at least one second when programming in the connection phase Error 2: A fatal error occurred: Timed out waiting for packet content * Solution: replace USB cable Error 3: USB device not recognized: The last USB device you connected to this computer malfunctioned, and Windows does not recognize it * Solution: replace USB cable

ESP32-CAM MicroSD Card - Saving images with the ESP32-Cam

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Learn to use the MicroSD card on the ESP32-CAM to store photos. We’ll also build a motion-sensitive and time-lapse camera. Article with code: 🤍 More articles and tutorials: 🤍 Join the conversation on the forum: 🤍 Subscribe to the newsletter and stay in touch: 🤍 The ESP32-CAM is an amazing little module, especially when you consider how inexpensive it is. With all the power of the 32-bit ESP32 combined with a 2MP camera, this board has a lot of practical applications. It also has a MicroSD card slot, and today we will learn how to use this to store images on a MicroSD card. We’ll examine how the ESP32 works with both the camera and the MicroSD card, and then we’ll build a simple camera. After that, we’ll turn our camera into a motion-sensitive camera, and then we’ll write some code to build a time-lapse camera. Here is the Table of Contents for today's video: 00:00 - Introduction 01:26 - ESP32-CAM MicroSD Card 07:22 - Using the Camera and MicroSD Card 12:09 - Simple Camera 22:16 - Motion-Sensitive Camera 27:29 - Time-Lapse Camera 33:07 - Conclusion I hope you enjoy the video! Bill

ESP32 Access Point and Router connection explained

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This video will explain how to setup an ESP32 as an Access Point or alternatively how to connect it to a router. The ESP32 used is the ESP32-WROOM-32D. Code for the simple connection available at: 🤍 Code for JSON example available at: 🤍 Check out my other ESP32 videos as well: 🤍 Thanks for watching :-)

Tout savoir sur le WiFi avec l'ESP32 (avec et sans WiFiManager) [ESP32 #2]

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Soutenez mon travail sur Patreon: 🤍 Venez discuter sur mon serveur Discord: 🤍 Plateforme de développement ESP32: 🤍 Flash deals Banggood: 🤍 Les codes utilisés dans cette vidéo sont disponibles sur mon site web: 🤍 Informations sur la bibliothèque WiFi: 🤍 Bibliothèque WiFiManager: 🤍 Au moment ou je publie cette vidéo, il faut aller dans la branche "Développement" pour obtenir la version de la bibliothèque WiFiManager qui est compatible avec l'ESP32. Bonjour! Dans cette vidéo je vous explique comment maîtriser le WiFi avec l'ESP32. Je vous montre comment connecter l'ESP32 à un réseau existant, comment créer un réseau directement sur l'ESP32 et comment installer et utiliser la bibliothèque WiFiManager pour créer un portail de connexion. J'espère que cette vidéo vous sera utile! Pour me rejoindre: - 🤍 - 🤍 - 🤍 - 🤍 - 🤍 Pour me soutenir: - Faire un don: 🤍 - Lien affilié Amazon.fr: 🤍 - Lien affilié Amazon.ca: 🤍 - Lien affilié GearBest: 🤍 - Lien affilié Banggood: 🤍 - Lien affilié Filaments.ca: 🤍 - Lien affilié PCBWay: 🤍 * La description de cette vidéo contient des liens affiliés. Cela signifie que je gagne une certaine commission sur les produits achetés à partir de ces liens. C'est majoritairement ainsi que je peux financer mes projets et partager gratuitement mes vidéos sur le web. Alors je souhaite remercier tous ceux qui me soutiennent. C'est grâce à vous que ces vidéos sont possibles!

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