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ESP12.OLED - universal ESP8266+0.96"OLED MCU board

A programming-ready IoT controller board with graphic display and RGB LED & pinned-out interfaces for sensors and actuators.

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The ESP12.OLED_V1 development board is a ready-to-use IoT controller with a 0.96-inch graphical SSD1306 128x64 OLED display connected via I2C bus, additionally equipped with a built-in RGB LED and all other GPIO interfaces for connecting digital and analog sensors and/or actuators.

This board supports two alternative ways of connecting the power supply, and also has an implemented circuit for activating the "Deep Sleep & Wake Up" mode by means of a jumper.

It is used as a central module for IoT projects and smart devices.

The development board has:

  • PCB holes for GPIO pin-headers with step 2.54 mm
  • ESP8266-12 MCU
  • onboard SSD1306 128x64 monochrome 0.96" OLED I2C display
  • Flash button
  • Rst button
  • RGB LED
  • UART interface connection for testing and programming via terminal console.

The ESP12.OLED development board can be easily integrated into any 3rd - party systems with a power level of 3.3 or 5 Volts and with a logic level of 3.3 Volt.

The board has a built-in 3.3 Volt regulator. 4.5 to 6 Volt (5.6V maximum recommended). DC input power is supplied via micro-USB connector or VCC and GND.

The ESP8266-12E (F) module has the specifications provided by AI-Thinker.

All ports (I/O pins) of ESP8266-12E (F) are soldered out. GPIO headers of the development board are supplied separately. The step between the headers is 2.54 mm. The pin placement sequence is the same as the pin placement sequence on the ESP826612E (F).

Demonstration software (IoT-devices Test Tools) is pre-loaded on the ESP8266 module to quick-test and demonstrate main technical functionality of the board. This software starts in 10 seconds after power is applied.

User Manual on this software is available in a separate document. See link below.

Specifications and properties:

  • MCU properties comply with ESP-12F Datasheet.
  • To program the controller, connect ESP12.OLED via the UART connector to your computer using a UART-USB interface converter on the CP2102 chip or similar.
  • Average current consumption of the controller without connecting additional devices and active Wi-Fi is about 80mA. In Deep Slep mode average current consumption - 10uA
  • Current consumption with deactivated Wi-Fi no more than 10 mA.
  • The maximum load level on the 3V3 board output for external elements of the system is 500 mA.
  • Install j1 to activate "Deep Sleep Wake Up Circuit".
  • Power supply mode selection:
    • install X5 jumper for 5v power supply via uUSB or X6 pin;
    • else uninstall X5 jumper to select 3v3 power supply via X6 pin.
  • Dimensions 30x65x10 mm.

Comparison of ESP12.OLED development board and NodeMCU classic board

ESP12.OLEDNodeMCU classic board
Power Input Voltage Selector5V or 3V3 via jumperNone, 5V only
MCU ModuleESP8266-12FESP8266-12F
UART interfacePresent, Tx/Rx pin-headersPresent, Tx/Rx pin-headers or via micro-USB
Micro-USB interfacePower onlyPower and Data
Deep Sleep Wake Up CircuitReady-to-use, via jumperNone, manual wiring
RGB LEDBuilt-in, via 3 x GPIONone
OLED DisplayBuilt-inNone
ADC Voltage Divider & portBuilt-in, up to 5.6V DC inputNone, port only
Fixed I2C bus pinsYes, GPIO5 SCL, GPIO4 SDANot determined
Full pin-map soldered outpin-headers suppliedpin-headers soldered

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