ESP-12F ESP8266 Wi-Fi Module
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The ESP-12F is a compact and versatile Wi-Fi module based on the ESP8266 microcontroller, designed to provide wireless connectivity capabilities to various electronic projects. With its integrated Wi-Fi functionality, the ESP-12F module enables seamless communication with Wi-Fi networks and the Internet, making it a popular choice for Internet of Things (IoT) applications, smart devices, and remote control systems. Despite its small size, the module offers powerful processing capabilities and extensive connectivity options, making it a valuable asset for both beginners and experienced developers.
Specificatoins of ESP-12F ESP8266 Wi-Fi Module:
- Microcontroller: ESP8266EX
- CPU Frequency: Up to 80 MHz
- Flash Memory: Typically 4 MB (may vary depending on module variant)
- Wi-Fi: 802.11 b/g/n (2.4 GHz)
- Communication: UART, SPI, I2C
- GPIO Pins: Typically 11 digital GPIO pins (may vary depending on module variant)
- Analog Input Pins: Typically 1 analog input pin (may vary depending on module variant)
- PWM (Pulse Width Modulation) Output: Available on certain pins
- Operating Voltage: 3.3V
- Dimensions: 24mm x 16mm (approximately)
Features of ESP-12F ESP8266 Wi-Fi Module:
- Integrated Wi-Fi: Equipped with built-in Wi-Fi capabilities, the ESP-12F module enables wireless communication for a variety of applications, from IoT to remote control systems.
- Compact Size: The module's small form factor allows for easy integration into projects with space constraints.
- Extended Connectivity: The module features UART, SPI, and I2C interfaces, providing flexible communication options. It also offers PWM and ADC capabilities for various application requirements.
- Usage Tip:
- Explore available libraries and resources to streamline the development process when programming the ESP-12F module. Familiarize yourself with the ESP8266's programming environment and firmware updates.
- Operate the module within its specified voltage range (3.3V) to prevent damage. When interfacing with components or devices requiring different voltage levels, use appropriate level shifters. Handle the module and components carefully to avoid static discharge and physical damage.