Tag: ESP32

Posted in ESP32 Product Tutorials

Make a big ESP32 digital clock

Need a big clock that is easy to read even on bright days? Why not build your own digital clock based on an ESP32. And…

Posted in ESP32 Product Tutorials

ESP32-CAM with RTSP video streaming

The ESP32-CAM is one of the cheapest solutions if you want to add video recording to your IoT project. In this tutorial, you will learn the following:…

Posted in Communication Concepts

Alora RFM1262 – LoRa Mesh Network

LoRa is a wireless communication known for its long range capability. But what if the distances between sensor nodes are farther than the range you…

Posted in Communication Concepts

ESP32 LoRa gateway battery optimized

I really love the tutorial written by JP how to use ESP32 Deep Sleep. For the beginners who are not familiar with ESP-IDF and prefer…

Posted in Concepts Programming

FreeRTOS: ESP32 Deep Sleep

Learn how to get more battery life out of your projects.

Use your microcontroller’s deep sleep mode to lower power consumption!

The ESP32, a popular WiFi chip which runs FreeRTOS.
Posted in Concepts Programming

Taking Off The Training Wheels: FreeRTOS

In this new series of articles, we’ll show you how to level up from the Arduino.

Learn how to use FreeRTOS to write more powerful code for microcontrollers!

Posted in Communication Concepts

LoRa Gateway

Part #2 – The LoRa gateway In my other post I made an introduction to Long Range (LoRa) communication. Now let us put this into…

Posted in Communication Concepts

Battery powered LoRa sensor node

Part #1 – The sensor nodes In my other post I made an introduction to Long Range (LoRa) communication. Now let us put this into…

Posted in Communication Concepts

Long Range (LoRa) communication for devices that have no WiFi connection available

Usually we use WiFi, Bluetooth or GSM to connect our sensor devices with the world of IoT. But what if neither of that is available (or not affordable like GSM)?

Posted in ESP32 Projects

Indoor Air Quality Monitoring with Dashboard

Use an ESP32 to monitor temperature, humidity and eCO2 – then toss the data online!