Technique for mounting an ESP8266-1 to a breadboard

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kolban
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Technique for mounting an ESP8266-1 to a breadboard

Postby kolban » Tue Jun 16, 2015 1:11 pm

While playing with an nRF42 and its inability to be added to a breadboard, I came across a solution that also works great for the ESP8266-1. Here is a link to the article:

http://neilkolban.com/tech/attaching-an-nrf24-to-a-breadboard/

milesstone
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Re: Technique for mounting an ESP8266-1 to a breadboard

Postby milesstone » Wed Apr 20, 2022 5:49 pm

This technique is really workable for me to mounting my ogwhatsapp memory which is also a modified version of WhatsApp.

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Re: Technique for mounting an ESP8266-1 to a breadboard

Postby tepalia02 » Wed Apr 20, 2022 6:25 pm

Another good technique for mounting an ESP-01 to a breadboard is making a breakout board. First, we must design a breadboard-friendly breakout board PCB. The PCB will include a 4x2 pin female header. After printing the PCB and soldering the female header to it, we can connect an ESP-01 to the female connector and easily mount it on a breadboard. For making any PCB at home, this tutorial is really helpful.

https://pcbtracks.com/how-to-manufacture-pcb-at-home/

It describes all the methods of printing PCB at home. All the steps from designing to etching are described well here.

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