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The ESP family of microcontrollers features the ESP8266 and the ESP32. They are available in a variety of different board configurations. They contain RISC processors and WiFi capability and can even act as WiFi access points.
Wikipedia has good descriptions of each:
Below are photos of several commonly available ESP boards.
- Be careful not to exceed the input voltage of the ESP board you are using. Some boards require 5V input and some 3.3V.
The ESP boards are programmable using the Arduino IDE, which makes them very easy to tailor to specific applications.
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Tips and Tricks
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