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new kid in town: ESP-12-E

A project log for Ignore this ESP8266 board

I stole from every one. The huzza from Adafruit. Matts breakout board. Al1s board from here. NodeMCUs DevKit.

davedarkodavedarko 05/19/2015 at 20:003 Comments

I've added a 12-E footprint to the library I found on the internet (totally forgot where I found it). Right now I'm redoing the design for this board to support the additional SPI headers and the two extra GPIOs which can probably only be used with a ESP-12-D module? I'm confused, as always. GPIO4 and GPIO5 seem to be switched in the 12 vs. 12-E version.

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Oleg wrote 3 days ago point

Please share your pcb. My email taltek.te@gmail.com, tnx

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davedarko wrote 2 days ago point

please check the project for a link to github, k, thx

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davedarko wrote 05/19/2015 at 23:54 point

Routing is done (again) but an hour of work on the silkscreen stuff has to be done... . But yay, SPI! Some serious amount of GPIOs, now! I'm not so happy with the SPI port, I might change it to a "standard" 2x6 header instead of GVS for each signal. 

Anyone any case ideas? 

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