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In this ESP32 project, I have explained how to make the home automation with Tasmota using ESP32 Alexa voice control relay and DHT11 temperature sensor to control 8 appliances with Amazon Alexa and manual switches. You can monitor the real-time feedback, room temperature and also control the relays manually from switches without the internet. You don't need any coding knowledge to make this voice control Alexa smart home system. And all the tools used for this IoT project are FREE and you can easily download them from the Tasmota GitHub page. Visit the following website to get electronics components, modules at a very reasonable price 🤍?source=YouTube We need your support 🙏🏻 to make Tech StudyCell sustainable. Help my projects on Patreon: 🤍 Feel free to donate any amount: 🤍 During the IoT tutorial video, I have covered the following topics: 00:36 Control relays with Tasmota Alexa using ESP32 01:39 Control ESP32 without internet. 02:47 Required Components for this Tasmota ESP32 project. 03:15 Circuit diagram of ESP32 Alexa smart home system. 04:50 Download the ESP Flasher tool & Tasmota release from Github. 05:33 How do you install Tasmota on ESP32? 06:59 How to configure Tasmota sensor & devices in ESP32? 10:10 Tasmota Alexa integration for ESP32. 11:06 Setup Amazon Alexa App for Tasmota devices. 12:19 Control relays with voice using Amazon Alexa App and buttons. Required Components for the ESP32 projects: 1. ESP32 DEVKIT V1 2. 8-channel 5V SPDT Relay Module 3. Push Buttons or Switches 4. DHT11 sensor 5. Amazon Echo Dot Amazon India Affiliate links: ESP32 DEV KIT V1 : 🤍 8-channel 5V Relay Module : 🤍 Echo Dot Alexa(4th Gen) : 🤍 Amazon United States Affiliate links: ESP32 DEV KIT V1 : 🤍 8-channel 5V Relay Module : 🤍 Required Components for the ESP32 control Relay Module PCB: 1. Relays 5v (SPDT) (8 no) 2. BC547 Transistors (8 no) 3. PC817 Optocuplors (8 no) 4. 510-ohm 0.25-watt Resistor (8 no) (R1 R8) 5. 1k 0.25-watt Resistors (10 no) (R9 R18) 6. LED 5-mm (10 no) 7. 1N4007 Diodes (8 no) (D1 D8) 8. Push Buttons (8 no) 9. Terminal Connectors 10. 5V DC supply Important Points: 1. You need an Alexa device like Echo Dot for this project. 2. For no device found error, restart the Echo Dot and try again. 3. The ESP32 and Echo Dot must be connected with the same Wi-Fi. 4. When the flashing starts, you have to press and hold the BOOT button of ESP32. 5. DHT11 sensor is optional. 6. Please take proper safety precautions while working with High Voltage. 7. All the tools used are open source and FREE. Important Links: Download the Tasmota firmware and ESP flasher tool from the following article 🤍 Download PCB Gerber file for this ESP32 IoT based home automation project 🤍 $2 for 1-4 Layer PCBs, Get SMT Coupons: 🤍 Previous video on Tasmota ESP8266 NodeMCU 🤍 During the Tasmota tutorial video, I have explained all the steps to make this ESP32 Alexa home automation system using Tasmota to control the home appliances with and without the internet. You can control the home appliances from Amazon Alexa app from anywhere in the world. Only the ESP32 and Amazon ECHO DOT should be connected with the same Wi-Fi. Anyone can make this Amazon home automation, as you don't need any coding skills to make it. Just flash the ESP32 with Tasmota Firmware, then configure the Tasmota dashboard as per the requirements. So with this smart house system, without writing a single line code, you can convert any appliance to IoT devices and control them through the internet. So, now you can just say "Alexa, turn on Light" to control the home appliances. #homeautomation #tasmota #internetofthings - Thanks For Watching... ✅ SUBSCRIBE ✅LIKE ✅SHARE ✅ COMMENTS Find out more such projects: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Telegram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 - Other useful Internet of things projects: Latest ESP32 projects playlist: 🤍 Latest NodeMCU projects playlist: 🤍 ESP32 Smart Home System with Amazon Alexa app & Manual Switches 🤍
This video will guide you with easily getting started with ESP RainMaker using Arduino IDE on our ESP32 board. This video guides with using all the features of ESP Rainmaker like - WiFi provisioning via QR code - Self Adapting Mobile Application - Alexa and Google Assistant Integration - Scheduling Appliances - Member Sharing - Erasing Credentials using GPIO pin I tried to explain everything in detail and also in very simple manner. I hope you'll enjoy this video. To try out free trial version of Altium, click here - 🤍 Get the best quality components from Octopart: 🤍 👨🏻💻 Important Links 👨🏻💻 Link for Code, Connection Diagram & ESP32 2.0 Package Link - 🤍 Buy the components for your projects and support techiesms💡🔌 ESP32 Dev board - 🤍 HiLink 5M05 (5V 1A) - 🤍 ⏱ Time Stamps ⏱ 00:00 Introduction to the Video 01:40 Brief about ESP RainMaker 02:16 Adding ESP32 2.0 boards packages in Arduino 04:17 Explaining the working of ESP RainMaker via Diagram 07:55 Explaining RainMaker code line by line 16:04 ESP RainMaker App configuration 18:02 Testing the project using ESP RainMaker App 18:37 Scheduling Appliances in ESP RainMaker (Automation) 19:41 Integrating Amazon Alexa with ESP RainMaker 20:43 Integration Google Assistant with ESP RainMaker 21:50 Member Sharing feature in ESP RainMaker 23:27 Erasing WiFi Credentials using Boot Button 24:48 My Verdict 26:23 Let's Make Home Automation using RainMaker Get connected with techiesms everywhere.. Subscribe Main Channel :- 🤍 Subscribe Shorts Channel :- 🤍 Facebook :- 🤍 Twitter :- 🤍 Instagram :- 🤍 Website :- 🤍 Telegram - 🤍techiesms techiesms explore | learn | share #ESPRainMaker #ESP32 #IOT
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Exploring the ESP32. Hey there! My name is Nalin Das. I am part of the instructor team at Makerdemy. I'm an electronics and communication engineer by education and I'm passionate about teaching technology. Welcome to the course Exploring the ESP32. By the end of the course you will be confident enough to build your own projects based on the ESP32; one of the best IoT prototyping chips available in the market today. (If you liked this video and would like to buy our course, you are in for a pleasant surprise. Please click on the link below to buy the course for $25 ONLY. Original price is $195. 🤍 You would have learned to work with the on-board peripherals and sensors on the SparkFun ESP32 Thing. You would have developed a hands-on working knowledge of Bluetooth and Wi-Fi to build your own wireless projects and you would have got a clear understanding of using the Cayenne IoT platform. As a part of this course, you will create a smart hallway project with the SparkFun ESP32 Thing. How cool is that! if you are a hobbyist, an engineer, a student or anyone with a basic familiarity in programming and electronics and want to hone your hands-on electronics prototyping and coding skills with the ESP32and the Cayenne IoT Platform, then this course is for you. So what are you waiting for? Come, join me in this course. I am looking forward to being your instructor and to guide you in tinkering with the SparkFun ESP32 Thing. (If you liked this video and would like to buy our course, you are in for a pleasant surprise. Please click on the link below to buy the course for $25 ONLY. Original price is $195. 🤍 Check us out on Website : 🤍 Catalogue : 🤍 Facebook : 🤍 Twitter : 🤍 LinkedIn : 🤍 Instagram : 🤍 Email : support🤍makerdemy.com
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Some esp32 dev boards are quitte annoying to use on a breadboard. They are too wide. Here is an adapter to use them with two breadboards side by side. I could have done that much faster with a perfboard... but where is the fun ?
Ciao a tutti ecco lo speciale 1000 iscritti, in questo video vedremo una comunicazione fra ALEXA ECHO e ESP32 oppure ESP8266 utilizzando Sinric una Skill di Amazon. In più andremo a simulare un sonoff fai da te con dei relay. Spero che il video vi piaccia ma soprattutto spero di essere stato il più chiaro possibile. GRAZIE A TUTTI PER QUESTO BELLISSIMO TRAGUARDO 🤩 ISCRIVITI AL CANALE E ATTIVA LE NOTIFICHE 🖥 • LINK SITO WEB = 🤍 ♦ SUPPORTAMI NELLA CRESCITA DEL CANALE DIVENTANDO UN PATREON ♦ 🎯 Patreon = 🤍 DIMMI COSA NE PENSI COMMENTANDO IL VIDEO E LASCIANDO LIKE SE TI E' PIACIUTO !!! 🔶🔷🔶🔷🔶🔷🔶🔷🔶🔷🔶🔷🔶🔷🔶🔷🔶🔷 ⇩ ISCRIVITI ADESSO ⇩ 🤍 ⇩ SOCIAL NETWORK ⇩ 📷 Instagram = 🤍 🌐 Facebook = 🤍 🖥 Sito Web = 🤍 🎯 Patreon = 🤍 #alexa #esp32 #esp8266 #sinric #sonoffDIY #1kcreator Come effettuare una comunicazione fra Alexa e ESP32 Come realizzare un sonoff fai da te Come funziona SINRIC con alexa echo Alexa comunica con ESP32 Alexa comunica con esp8266 Questo chip può controllare qualsiasi cosa con ALEXA
This is an Arduino Uno, ESP8266 and ESP32 tutorial that starts from zero. No preliminary skills needed! And after few minutes we make our own programs to these microcontrollers! I haven't earlier seen videos where this process is done from the very start. And I have often wondered if the makers of the videos have forgotten to tell me about some program/tool that they happen to have in their computer. And I haven't seen videos about updating the version of the Arduino IDE tool to a newer one. Often I have beer scared to update that program, as I have been afraid to loose my projects at the same time. Here we use Arduino Uno, NodeMCU 0.9 and Sparkfun ESP32 Thing just as examples. Very many other boards would do as well. A link with lots of additional information: 🤍 To see and discuss about the sketches of my future videos see this link 🤍
In this episode, we will learn a new ESP32 Board called the ESP32 UWB also known as ESP32 Ultra Wide Band. We will also look at a real-life example application of the board. The ESP32 UWB is a custom board made by Makerfabs specifically designed for Indoor Real-Time Location Tracking. It can be used to create AirTag Like devices Links: Demo Guide: 🤍 Product Link: 🤍 Codes on Github: 🤍 Previous Project of ESP32 UWB: 🤍 ESP32 Datasheet: 🤍 DW1000 Datasheet: 🤍 #ESP32UWB #AIRTAG #UWB #RTLS #LOCATIONTRACKING
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I am using round 240x240 display (GC9A01), ESP32 and RTC 3231 module. This video is sponsored by 🤍 PCBWay can produce quality pcb very fast. They have 3D printing service also. I am planning to 3d print case for this "smartwatch." Here are detailed instructions how to make this. Many thanks to Michael Diamond for making thease instruction. 🤍 Here is code: 🤍 How to use this display: 🤍 LIBRARY: 🤍 Don't forget to subscribe! You can buy me coffee here: 🤍 THANK YOU! #Arduino #Smartwatch #ESP32
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This video will guide you with using mp3 module with your Arduino Board as well as ESP32 board. I have shown all the steps that you'll require to successfully use it. Not only that, I have also show all the functions that are supported with this module. And also attached the amplifier with this to amplify the sound. Watch it, to learn everything about it. To try out free trial version of Altium, click here - 🤍 Get the best quality components from Octopart: 🤍 Purchase the Components at the CHEAPEST PRICE on Internet mp3 module (Rs. 159) - 🤍 Amplifier module (Rs 25) - 🤍 ⏱ Time Stamps ⏱ 00:00 Introduction to Video 02:15 Using MP3 Module with Arduino Board 03:16 First Test on Arduino Board 03:32 Second Test on Arduino Board (Full Volume) 03:56 Attaching External Amplifier to turn up the Volume 04:09 Third Test on Arduino Board along with Amplifier 04:29 Fourth Test on Arduino Board with 2 Speakers 04:54 Using MP3 module with ESP32 Board 05:19 First Test on ESP32 Board 06:02 Different Functions used in this mp3 module 09:05 Writing my own code to make an mp3 player 12:03 Testing my MP3 player project 13:03 What else we can make using this 14:09 We are also selling mp3 and amplifier module on our website 🎥 🎙 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 - Zoom H1N(🤍 Editing - Final Cut Pro X on MacBook Pro ( 🤍 ) Get connected with techiesms everywhere.. Subscribe Main Channel :- 🤍 Subscribe Shorts Channel :- 🤍 Facebook :- 🤍 Twitter :- 🤍 Instagram :- 🤍 Website :- 🤍 Telegram - 🤍techiesms techiesms explore | learn | share #dfplayermini #mp3module #arduino
In this video, we will see how to use the Joystick with the ESP32. Once you master the module, you can control remotely a robot. You will not write any piece of code, just snapping blocs together. The tool is called TUNIOT FOR ESP32. Site that we will be using : easycoding.tn DONATION This video and the tool was useful for you and want to support the creator, a donation is welcome. 🤍 Full playlist: 🤍 If you don't have the components, you can buy from this link. 🤍 Facebook page: Easy Coding Tunisia Facebook group: 🤍 If you have any problem and want to ask question, you can comment
🌡🌝💡Hicimos una lámpara para nuestra cocina, se controla con Amazon Alexa y IOT Cloud. Nos permite monitorear la temperatura y la humedad a través de gráficas y lleva un historial de hasta 14 días. Un divertido proyecto para explorar el #IOT y aplicarlo en casa. Usamos una placa ESP32, un módulo de relevadores de cuatro canales, un sensor de temperatura DHT11🌡. Si quieres ver el tutorial completo incluida la programación para leer el sensor y controlar los cuatro relevadores, suscríbete y mándanos un mensaje
Join our email list by clicking on the link below for free technology-related reports, educational content, and deals on our courses 🤍 ESP32-S2 is the latest addition to the ESP family of microcontrollers launched by Espressif in 2019 as the advanced version of the ESP32 microcontroller. It is a highly integrated, single-core, low-power, 32-bit microcontroller with Wi-Fi and is used mainly in IoT based projects. In this video, we will be decoding the datasheet of the ESP32-S2 If you liked this video and would like to buy our courses, you are in for a pleasant surprise. Please click on the link below to buy the course for $25 ONLY. The original price is $195 . Advanced ESP32 - 🤍 Exploring The ESP32 - 🤍 Website: 🤍 Catalog: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 LinkedIn : 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Email: support🤍makerdemy.com #Datasheet #ESP32-S2 #IoT #Microcontroller #Espressif
How to solve the out of memory error when compiling for ESP32. ThIs will occur even when you've only used 1Mb of memory and you should have up to 4Mb! If you've seen other solutions and they didn't work for you then try this - as I've had the same experience and have pieced this solution together from various sources. The text to paste (as show in the video is below): esp32doit-devkit-v1.menu.PartitionScheme.default=Default esp32doit-devkit-v1.menu.PartitionScheme.default.build.partitions=default esp32doit-devkit-v1.menu.PartitionScheme.minimal=Minimal (2MB FLASH) esp32doit-devkit-v1.menu.PartitionScheme.minimal.build.partitions=minimal esp32doit-devkit-v1.menu.PartitionScheme.no_ota=No OTA (Large APP) esp32doit-devkit-v1.menu.PartitionScheme.no_ota.build.partitions=no_ota esp32doit-devkit-v1.menu.PartitionScheme.no_ota.upload.maximum_size=2097152 esp32doit-devkit-v1.menu.PartitionScheme.min_spiffs=Minimal SPIFFS (Large APPS with OTA) esp32doit-devkit-v1.menu.PartitionScheme.min_spiffs.build.partitions=min_spiffs esp32doit-devkit-v1.menu.PartitionScheme.min_spiffs.upload.maximum_size=1966080 esp32doit-devkit-v1.menu.PartitionScheme.fatflash=16M Fat esp32doit-devkit-v1.menu.PartitionScheme.fatflash.build.partitions=ffat See the write up for this at: 🤍 For other projects and ideas see : Web : 🤍 If you'd like to support me via Patreon then the link is below and that would be just amazing. Patreons have access to all videos early plus can view all the posts on Patreon. There are other rewards if you're interested. If you just want to watch videos then that's also fantastic because without people viewing I wouldn't even do half of what I do. So thanks very much :) Patreon at : 🤍 I also do Kofi (Coffee) if you want to tip me for a brew! : 🤍 Intro/Outro Music by Creo Music : 🤍
In this video, Joed Goh explains how to configure and use the Arduino IDE for writing and uploading programs to your ESP32. Topics: * Arduino IDE Setup and Configuration for ESP32 * Boards Manager * ESP32 pinouts * ESP32 - WROOM - 32 specifications * Uploading programs to ESP32 * GPIO * LED Blink * Push Button switch * Serial Monitor Table of Contents: 00:00 Introduction 01:15 ESP32 01:55 ESP-WROOM-32 Specifications 04:05 ESP-32S NodeMCU Development Board 04:54 Circuit Connection 07:24 Connecting the ESP32 to PC 08:09 ESP32 - Arduino Board Manager 10:27 Blinking Program in Arduino IDE 12:11 Uploading to the ESP-32S NodeMCU 13:12 Push Button and LED Blink Program 15:43 Circuit and Programming Challenge Related Playlists: Android App Development in Kotlin 🤍 Embedded Systems using Arduino Uno 🤍 Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Foundations 🤍 Designing Database Solutions with Microsoft SQL Server 2019 🤍 Data Structures and Algorithms using C# 🤍 References: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍
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This was kind of a fun one that you might find useful someday like I did. Esptool git reference: 🤍 Flash chip datasheets: 🤍 Here's all of those commands you can use as a starting point and note that on windows, things will be slightly different. Just follow the same steps and you should be good: Read from Adafruit Huzzah board (4MB): /Users/kevindarrah/Library/Arduino15/packages/esp32/tools/esptool_py/2.6.1/esptool.py port /dev/cu.usbserial-01D5ECE0 baud 921600 read_flash 0 0x400000 adafruit.bin Write back to Adafruit Huzzah: /Users/kevindarrah/Library/Arduino15/packages/esp32/tools/esptool_py/2.6.1/esptool.py chip esp32 port /dev/cu.usbserial-01D5ECE0 baud 921600 before default_reset after hard_reset write_flash -z flash_mode dio flash_freq 80m flash_size detect 0x0 /Users/kevindarrah/adafruit.bin Get Flash ID for size: /Users/kevindarrah/Library/Arduino15/packages/esp32/tools/esptool_py/2.6.1/esptool.py port /dev/cu.usbserial-DA00Y7QG baud 921600 flash_id Read trigBoard (16MB): /Users/kevindarrah/Library/Arduino15/packages/esp32/tools/esptool_py/2.6.1/esptool.py port /dev/cu.usbserial-DA00Y7QG baud 230400 read_flash 0 0x1000000 trigBoardbackup.bin Write trigBoard: /Users/kevindarrah/Library/Arduino15/packages/esp32/tools/esptool_py/2.6.1/esptool.py chip esp32 port /dev/cu.usbserial-DA00Y7QG baud 921600 before default_reset after hard_reset write_flash -z flash_mode dio flash_freq 80m flash_size detect 0x0 /Users/kevindarrah/trigBoardbackup.bin Tindie link to trigBoard: 🤍 Thanks to all the Patrons for dropping a few bucks in the tip jar to help make these videos happen! 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 For inquiries or design services: 🤍
Transmit one character via RS232 communication from ESP32 to the scope in FreeRTOS ESP IDF environment Code: 🤍
"A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step" Welcome to this new serie with the ESP32. Today, we will see how blink the internal LED of the ESP32. You will not write code, just snapping blocs together. Site that we will be using : easycoding.tn DONATION This video and the tool was useful for you and want to support the creator, a donation is welcome. 🤍 Full playlist: 🤍 Facebook page: Code Club Tunisia Facebook group: 🤍 If you have any problem and want to ask question, you can comment
Writing Alexa or Google Home skills is not easy, their voices are impersonal, and we never know what they gossip elsewhere. Also, the devices are not funny looking. We will build a system which, when triggered by MQTT, plays voice messages. It uses a JQ6500 sound module which can play mp3 files. A PAM8304 and an ESP8266 (also an ESP32 would be good) is also part of the design. The software is written in the Arduino IDE Links: Sound module: 🤍 Wemos D1 mini: 🤍 PAM8403: 🤍 Speaker: 🤍 Page with upload program: 🤍 More info about the JQ6500: 🤍 Sketch and enhanced JQ6500 library: 🤍 Supporting Material and Blog Page: 🤍 Github: 🤍 My Patreon Page: 🤍 Alternative: 🤍 My Bitcoin address: 19FSmqbBzb5zsYB1d8Bq4KbxVmezToDNTV 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 For Banggood 🤍 For AliExpress: 🤍 For ebay.com: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Please do not try to Email me or invite me on LinkedIn. These communication channels are reserved for my primary job #MQTT, #JQ6500, #ESP8266, #HomeAutomation
Random and hard to trace errors or lockups can be caused due to a bad SRAM data management. In this video I explain the most important SRAM areas with the use of simple and understandable Arduino examples. Video about direct register access: 🤍 Video about the qualifier volatile: 🤍 Video about pointers: 🤍 You can download the examples here: http://18.104.22.168/Arduino_SRAM_examples.zip
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Instead of chaining multiple guitar effects in search of a new sound, I decided to mod just one. Using an Arduino microcontroller board + digi-pot chip, I was able to add a variable gating effect to a fuzz pedal. source code + more infos here: 🤍 video, audio, & riffs by Collin Cunningham
"Dear Learners, at 4:27 of the video, we say that the ESP32 S2 doesn’t have a CAN bus. This is wrong as there has been an update. Espressif has included TWAI instead of CAN, with the same features. Please check out our reply to Dirk Abel’s comment below to learn in-depth why Espressif added the feature later in its official docs." Join our email list by clicking on the link below for free technology-related reports, educational content, and deals on our courses 🤍 ESP32 is a low-power and low-cost 32-bit microcontroller launched by Espressif in 2016. It is a dual-core processor with wi-Fi and dual BlueTooth modules and is used mainly in IoT based projects. In 2019 Espressif launched the latest addition to the ESP family called ESP32-S2 and claimed that the S2 is more ideal for IoT projects. In this video, we will be comparing ESP32 with ESP32-S2. If you liked this video and would like to buy our courses, you are in for a pleasant surprise. Please click on the link below to buy the course for $25 ONLY. The original price is $195 Exploring the ESP32 - 🤍 Advanced ESP32 - 🤍 Website: 🤍 Catalog: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 LinkedIn : 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Email: support🤍makerdemy.com #ESP32 #ESP32-S2 #IoT #Microcontroller #Espressif
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Purpose of this project is to develop skills such as programming and electronics in a fun way with stop motion. Materials: Esp32 - leds - jumpers - buttons - resistors 220 ohms - traffic light module - cardboard - glue - black paper. Code: 🤍 Electronics: 🤍 Dimensions: 🤍
في هذا الفيديو سنتعلم طريقة التحكم عن بعد في مختلف الاشياء من خلال استعمال *esp32 *Blynk *Arduino IDE شرح بسيط يساعد على الفهم يمر بمختلف المراحل لتجريب هذا النوع من التواصل مع الاجهزة المتحكم فيها لا تنسى الاشتراك بالقناة يمكنك تحميل البرنامج من الرابط 🤍
A demo for serial communication in bidirectional communication. References: 🤍 🤍
Aluno: Leonardo Vieira Franzini Orientador: Egon Luiz Müller Júnior Curso: Engenharia de Computação Resumo: "Pesquisa para a realização de automação residencial utilizando Amazon Alexa, placa de chip integrado ESP32 e a biblioteca de automação SinricPro."
$2 for 1-4 layer PCBs;PCBA from $0（Free Setup, Free Stencil）: 🤍 🤍 This video will guide you with how you can make your own ESPNOW to Blynk Gateway and I have also explained how data Is being transferred from ESPNOW to Blynk cloud. To try out free trial version of Altium, click here - 🤍 Code - 🤍