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    NEW NodeMCU Board

    Someone knows this board and if you can use with FSX or P3D.

    NodeMCU


    • The NodeMCU is an open-source firmware and development kit that helps you to prototype your IoT product within a few Lua script lines. Formore details, please visit

    Feature


    • Open-source
    • Interactive
    • Programmable
    • Low cost
    • Simple
    • Smart
    • WI-FI enabled

    Ard--uino-like hardware IO


    • Advanced API for hardware IO, which can dramatically reduce the redundant work for configuring and manipulating hardware.
    • Code like ard--uino, but interactively in Lua script.

    Nodejs style network API


    • Event-driven API for network applicaitons, which faciliates developers writing code running on a 5mm*5mm sized MCU in Nodejs style.
    • Greatly speed up your IOT application developing process.

    Lowest cost WI-FI


    • Less than $2 WI-FI MCU ESP8266 integrated and esay to prototyping development kit.
    • We provide the best platform for IOT application development at the lowest cost.

    Specification


    • The Development Kit based on ESP8266, integates GPIO, PWM, IIC, 1-Wire and ADC all in one board.
    • Power your developement in the fastest way combinating with NodeMCU Firmware!
    • USB-TTL included, plug&play
    • 10 GPIO, every GPIO can be PWM, I2C, 1-wire
    • FCC CERTIFIED WI-FI module(Coming soon)
    • PCB antenna


    http://nodemcu.com/index_en.html

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    Re: NEW NodeMCU Board

    I have one of these currently running and displaying radio frequencies on an OLED display module. VERY cool.