A quick note – I have made all of my sites secure (https://) and so the original OTA site for my ESP8266 ROMS is no longer appropriate. roms.webutu.com is now the place to go – sorry for any inconvenience. The files are not seen if you visit the site, just a home page - you simply enter the name of the site followed by slash and the rom name - for example... roms.webutu.com/rom.bin
Files available are:
blank.bin and esp_init_data_default.bin are needed for utterly blank ESP12 units.
rboot.bin and rom.bin are for my new ESP8266 code (which no longer supports ESP-01)
I have to say, it felt a little like Christmas today when the Correos post-lady turned up with a plastic container full of packages from China for me.
Among the many items in today’s post were the two you see above – a WEMOS board (i.e. ESP-12 + power supply) which includes an OLED display. As you’ll know I’ve recently added the SD1306 display to the commands on my ESP8266 code – looks like they’ve done the same but gone a stage further and added the actual display to the board.
(While I'm here - note the site is now https:// rather than http:// - if anyone has issues (despite refreshing the browser) - do please let me know.
Continue reading Today’s Mailbag
I just learned something new!
ONLY of interest if you are using Node-Red and will lead to a description of the new node-red-contrib-diode node.
If you are into Node-Red – you really want to see this one…
Continue reading Saturday Node-Red Sermon
What a week this has been. Firstly apologies to everyone seeing 404 errors yesterday.
It turns out it was an issue with settings on the LightSpeed servers the provider is using…
I’ve had no end of issues with them… but hopefully this is now resolved. Meanwhile I’ve been doing a little more work on my Nano-base peripheral… read on..
Continue reading What a Week
I recently completed some work on the 240*320 ILI-based boards on my kitchen-sink ESP8266 code which is designed to work with the home control system but basically is an ESP8266 board that responds to MQTT commands.
I’m very pleased with the display code but it came to my attention that the price has gone up recently – £4 - £7 depending where you go. So having completed some work on the tiny but beautiful 128x32 OLED displays which are DIRT cheap, (see also the 64 pixel versions) I thought I’d revisit the ESP code which already supports a number of I2c peripherals including my new Nano peripheral – and added in the SSD1306.
Continue reading SSD1306 on ESP8266