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August 23, 2015
about 2 months ago
If you add a resistor and LED it works. I made an NTP server from one and a Raspberry Pi.
The pad next to the PPS label is 3.3V. The LED pad under it is the PPS output. It is open-drain so a pull-up is needed. The LED and resistor make a good pull-up and give a visual sync indication. Photos are here
Tutorial - ESP8266 Thing Development Board Hookup Guide
about 5 months ago
I don’t see anything on the schematic to protect a battery connected to the power connector from being charged by the USB input. Am I going to ruin my LiPo battery by connecting the USB cable to program the ESP8266?
I am using a separate charger board to charge the battery.
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