Pimoroni ESP8266 pHAT for Raspberry Pi

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Product overview

• Communicate with your sensors and projects over Wi-Fi
• Add Wi-Fi connectivity over serial up to 1Mbps
• Compatible with 40-pin Raspberry Pi boards
• Some assembly and soldering required

How does this pHAT enhance my Raspberry Pi?
Add wireless connectivity to your Raspberry Pi to send data or receive input information. The ESP8266 (ESP-12F) module is not intended to replace your Wi-Fi dongle but help you experiment with serial communications. The pHAT provides some GPIO and a single ADC channel to use along with a small prototyping area.

How does this module work with my Raspberry Pi?
The pHAT is designed to sit on the GPIO of the Raspberry Pi Zero, but is also compatible with the other 40-pin Raspberry Pi boards. The modules come pre-flashed with the AT firmware and have WPA/WPA2 security support and WEP/TKIP/AES encryption. The Pimoroni ESP8266 pHAT comes with an 80MHz 32-bit MCU and support of 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi over serial, and has a 10 bit analogue-to-digital convertor (ADC).

What more can I do with this board?
With this board, you can open up a new world of wireless communication with your Raspberry Pi and sensors. With a thriving community, there’s plenty of custom firmware, programs, guides and examples available. For more information visit here.


Type of devices ESP8266 pHAT
Compatible with which Pi's? Raspberry Pi A+, B+, Zero, Pi 2 & Pi 3
Pin 9
Sockets 30 solder sockets (+40 to GPIO pin)
Voltage 3.3V & 5V
Assembly required Yes
Soldering required Yes

I can find tutoriel how I can use it ?

Asked by: Imed
I would only advise looking on the internet.
Answered by: Dominic
Date published: 2017-10-04
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