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  • 10/07/2020

    Burning Board works flawless. as it uses a ch340 usb serial IC i didnt Need any new driver. just plugged it in, startet esp Flashing software and startet burning a Firmware. i can recommend it if you have bulk esp baords!!!

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  • 20/11/2020

    Looks great support ESP01 and ESP12 modules. Except DC converter to 3.3V in small case. Unsure that its enough for debuging with coil relay.

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  • 15/04/2021

    Very nice board. Works as expected. It needs a good quality usb data cable.

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  • 17/12/2020

    gud

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  • 02/03/2021

    Seems to be a useful board for programming and testing. I have not tried it yet.

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  • 13/09/2020

    Nice. Recommended

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  • 10/08/2020

    Super best quality! Beautiful thing

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  • 22/02/2021

    I can see why this board gets good ratings. Worked first time...well technically it didn't because I did not know how to use it :) 1) Push the power button till the red light is out. 2) Plug in your ESP, gently push down, lining all the pins up, and it actually stays held in place. 3) Find the USB port number on your Arduino IDE 4) program as normal, no need to push reset etc. 5) push the power button to turn off the power. 6) there is a cutout on the main PCB holder that you can use to push the chip out(Gently) As a bonus, this can program the ESP-01 I am glad I paid that bit extra to get this unit, as the quality and function is very good.

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  • 04/06/2021

    These are great for programming bare ESP-12F or ESP-12S boards, plus some older variants. If using Arduino, set them up as "Wemos D1 Mini" and COM port, and they seem to work a treat. In use, do not bother with the "Program" button, once they have a 12F in, they behave just like any other Arduino kind of board. When you're programmed, pop out the 12F and solder it into whatever you're working on, very popular for IOT stuff. Note, these can be a bit fragile - I've killed two so far, one with a static electricity shock which blew out the USB stage, another which knocked out the power. The onboard components are way too tiny to debug and fix for my old eyes! Do yourself a favour and remove the protective paper on the top and bottom of the acrylic, they're good looking devices :)

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  • 18/12/2020

    I received the order I placed on December 10th, December 18th. That's eight days. The product works just fine. I like it. i bought it for 55 lira, not including tax.

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