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MicroUSB powered ESP8266 Oled Board

This project is aMicroUSB powered ESP8266 Oled Display. It can be used to display Weather Information or Wifi SSID Information.

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I'm a hardware designer and wanted the challenge of creating the smallest ESP8266 based design I could create. It's under 1" X 1" and I use it to display Weather Infomation. The three example Arduino sketches were not created by me but were slightly modified to work on the hardeware. I just created the hardware.

The PCB Design was created using Altium Designer. Manufacturing documents along with the Schematic and Components used are all located here: https://github.com/mike-rankin/ESP8266_OLED_Display

A video of it running three different sketches can be found here:

  • 1 × https://github.com/mike-rankin/ESP8266_OLED_Display List of components

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alpha_ninja wrote 12/07/2015 at 00:47 point

Hey there,
looks like your BOM is missing. You can just put it into the project components, and you need to upload it by 23:59 EST on Tuesday, Dec 8!

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0miker0 wrote 12/07/2015 at 12:20 point

The BOM is on the last page of the PDF. Page 1=Schematic, Page 2=Placement Map. Page 3=BOM

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alpha_ninja wrote 12/07/2015 at 14:17 point

Thanks!

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alpha_ninja wrote 12/02/2015 at 00:46 point
This is your one-week reminder to upload design documents: https://hackaday.io/project/7813-the-square-inch-project/log/28566-design-deadline

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Gus Logan wrote 10/21/2015 at 17:48 point

Hi miker - very nice project! Could you give a source for the OLED display? I can find a lot of "Arduino compatible" ones with headers, but not having much luck with the ribbon cable version you have. Thanks in advance :)

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0miker0 wrote 10/21/2015 at 18:07 point

Hey Gus. The complete parts list is provided in the pdf along with the schematic, parts map, code. It's all provided in my github link.

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Gus Logan wrote 10/21/2015 at 18:20 point

Ah, nice - didn't go far enough through the PDF. RTFM! Thanks!

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zakqwy wrote 10/08/2015 at 15:48 point

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