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Wemos and DHT Pro shield Micropython example

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Wemos and DHT11 example in Micropython

In this example we look at a DHT11 example in Micropython for an ESP8266. Once again we use uPyCraft and again we use Wemos shields. In this example we will use the original DHT version 1.0.0 shield which was based on the DHT11 . Later shields use the DHT12.

A reminder of the DHT11

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ESP8266 and OLED Micropython example

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ESP8266 Micropython I2C Scanner

This is a simple very short code example in which we show how to create a basic I2CScanner in Micropython using the uPyCraft IDE for an ESp8266.

The arduino equivalent is one that I use frequently and is one of the most useful sketches for figuring out why a sensor may not be working correctly […]