Project Description

Currently with just with 8 RPi devices cables occupy most of the space in the 'rack. Reduce the clutter with replacing USB to UART converter with WiFi to UART ones.

Goal for this Hackweek

  • Devices are ordered
  • Prepare device programmer
  • Study platform
  • Create clean WiFi to UART bridge implementation

Resources

Result

UART WiFI

Looking for hackers with the skills:

embedded esp espressif wifi uart electronics c

This project is part of:

Hack Week 21

Activity

  • 7 months ago: radolin liked this project.
  • 7 months ago: clin liked this project.
  • 7 months ago: bschmidt liked this project.
  • 7 months ago: iivanov started this project.
  • 7 months ago: iivanov added keyword "c" to this project.
  • 7 months ago: iivanov added keyword "electronics" to this project.
  • 7 months ago: iivanov added keyword "uart" to this project.
  • 7 months ago: iivanov added keyword "wifi" to this project.
  • 7 months ago: iivanov added keyword "espressif" to this project.
  • 7 months ago: iivanov added keyword "embedded" to this project.
  • 7 months ago: iivanov added keyword "esp" to this project.
  • 7 months ago: iivanov originated this project.

  • Comments

    • radolin
      7 months ago by radolin | Reply

      I have also thought about this problem, but think WiFi and the ESPs may not be very reliable. I have my eye on a new cheap USB to 8 UART chip: http://www.wch-ic.com/products/CH348.html

      • iivanov
        7 months ago by iivanov | Reply

        Sounds Okayish, but it will still require lot of wiring and soldering.

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