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ESP-01M can be widely used in various occasions for networking, home automation, industrial wireless control, baby monitors, wearable electronics, infinite position sensing device, wireless positioning system, signal and other networking applications, networking applications is the ideal solution.
ESP-01M uses the DIP plug-in package, the unique design, so that it can be flexible docking to existing products, especially suitable for automation, large-scale, modern production of low cost, convenient application in various networking hardware terminal applications.
The smallest 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi SoC module
Uses low power 32bit CPU and compatible with application processor
Main frequency up to 160MHz
Built in 10Bit high precision ADC
Support UART/GPIO/PWM/ADC interface
Integrate Wi-Fi MAC/BB/RF/PA/LNA
Support multiple sleep modes
Standby power consumption as low as 1.0mW
Embedded Lwip protocol stack
Support STA/AP/STA+AP work model
Support Smart Config/AirKiss
Series Rate up to 4Mbps
Universal AT instruction
Support serial local upgrade and remote firmware upgrade
Small size 18*18*2.8mm
Hi,there ~ Currently this only have ROHS and reach certification, and the FCC is on the way, will coming soon.Regards.
Hi there~ Thanks for your sharing, it definitely will help others.Regards
@Seeed Techsupport Team Please use standard pitch on the connector(s) - and include them in every "ESP8285 DIP plug-in package", like Wemos do on their D1 mini boards.
You may want to consider redesigning the current product to use 2.54 pitch and provide matching connectors... and make a similar esp8266 and ESP32 product
<p>We won't find "Card Edge Connectors" with 1.6mm pitch. The closest one is 1.57mm as we can see here on a screenshot from Digikey filters:<img src="//www.seeed.cc/upload/img/community/20170908103716-file_5.JPG" style="width: 400px;"></p>
If you've got a fairly accurate 3D printer and a little time, you can use this as a starting point: https://www.tinkercad.com/things/1hrF3ju8OWE
Would love to get some feedback on how it works for others.