The NodeMCU 1.0 ESP8266 Arduino Micropython WiFi Development Board CP2102 USB Driver is one of the most used ESP8266 development boards. It features 4MB of flash memory, access to 11 GPIO pins, and one analog-to-digital converter (ADC) pin with 10-bit resolution. In addition, the board has a built-in voltage regulator, and you can power up the module using the mini USB socket or the Vin pin.
Uploading code to the board is as easy as uploading code to the Arduino. There’s no need for an FTDI programmer or extra circuitry, as it has a built-in USB-to-serial converter. Most boards come with the CP2101 or CH340 chips.
It comes with an onboard antenna for a Wi-Fi signal and comes with RST and FLASH buttons to reset the board and put it into flashing mode. There is a blue LED internally connected to GPIO 2, which is very practical for debugging.
This is the ESP8266 board model we use more often in our Wi-Fi and IoT projects. It is very versatile, and it’s great for beginners. So, if this is your first time with the ESP8266, this is the module we recommend NodeMCU 1.0 ESP8266 Arduino Micropython WiFi Development Board CP2102 USB Driver
|Microcontroller||ESP8266 Tensilica 32-bit|
|Serial to USB Converter||CP2102|
|Input Voltage (recommended)||7-12V|
|Digital I/O Pins||11|
|PWM I/O Pins (Shared with Digital I/O)||10|
|Analog Input Pins||1 (10-bit)|
|DC Current per I/O Pin||12mA (Max)|
|Hardware Serial Ports||1|
|Flash Memory||4 MBytes|
|Instruction RAM||64 KBytes|
|Data RAM||96 KBytes|
|Network||IEEE 802.11 b/g/n WiF|
|Built-in LED||Attached to digital pin 13|
|USB Connector Style||Micro-B Female|
|Board Dimensions (PCB)||69 x 53mm (2.7 x 2.1″|
- 1 x NodeMCU 1.0 ESP8266 CP2102 Board