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5 of 5 March 24, 2019
By: emilio chemali from Houston, TX United States  


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5 of 5 Got it FAST November 20, 2016
By: Kenneth Peterson from Ada, MI United States  
Ordered on Friday and got it Tuesday.

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5 of 5 Great board! October 12, 2016
By: FrankH from Los Angeles, CA United States  
This is the best way to get an ESP-12 onto a breadboard or a prototype board. It covers the whole board, but that's better than having to solder individual wires to the pads and spreading them to match the breadboard spacing.

The adapter has three resistors:

R1:  GND - 10K  - GPIO15 (this pin has to be low for the ESP-12)

R2: - VCC - 0  - VCC This is a jumper for the 3 pin pads under the board. It just connects two VCC traces. I'm not sure if this is a voltage regulator pad (traces would have to be cut for a regulator) or a way of enabling/disabling the ESP-12 by setting CH_PC high or low, since one of the traces goes to R3

R3 VCC - 10K - CH_PC This pin must be high to enable the ESP-12



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5 of 5 Great little breakout boards August 14, 2016
By: John B from SAYLORSBURG, PA United States  
Great service and very fast shipping. Will buy again

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5 of 5 Very happy March 29, 2016
By: Jon Curry from OH United States  
Ordered these with pre-soldered chip - SO much better than messing around with my clunky soldering iron.  Super fast service!

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4 of 5 ESP8266 ESP-12 Breakout Adapter March 13, 2016
By: Jo Soo from Palo Alto, CA United States  
Good work.  However, I did not realize the span of the breadout adater covers the entire width of the breadboard, so all connections to the module will need to go under the adapter.  But no big deal.

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