B4R Question circuito.io + ESP8266 ESP01 communication pins

Discussion in 'B4R Questions' started by dangquan091, Aug 7, 2019.

  1. dangquan091

    dangquan091 New Member

    Hi everyone,

    I just bought an ESP8266 ESP01 board to work with WiFi.
    I found out in circuito.io that it also needs a bidirectional logic level converter as seen here (press Wire) and I bought it also:


    in these instructions on how to create the circuit if you download the code it sets two pins as communication pins. Having a look on some code examples for communication with B4R and ESP8266 I did not find anywhere code for setting the pins but I found in a thread that you have to Use Pin 0 (RX0) and Pin 1 (TX0) of the Geekright ATmega2560 board. What is the correct solution in this?

    Also any advices on "playing" with Geekright ATmega2560 and ESP8266 ESP01 boards are highly welcomed.

    Thanks in advance


    Edit - Is this done with a rSerialSoftware library stream?
     
  2. Erel

    Erel Administrator Staff Member Licensed User

    Where is the code?
     
  3. janderkan

    janderkan Active Member Licensed User

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