Running NodeMCU on a battery

Running NodeMCU on a battery: ESP8266 low power consumption revisited Over the last year I have standardised on the ESP8266 for all my small IoT projects. Its low price, ease of use (now that the Arduino IDE is available), tiny size and built in Wi-Fi makes it a compelling option. Using Wi-Fi is a convenient way to link […]

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