1.1 Configuring the ESP8266¶
The ESP8266 module that comes with the kit is already pre-burned with AT firmware, but you still need to modify its configuration by following the steps below.
Build the circuit.
You will be able to see information about the ESP8266 module if you click the magnifying glass icon(Serial Monitor) in the upper right corner and set the baud rate to 115200.
readydoesn’t appear, you can try to reset the ESP8266 module(connect RST to GND) and re-open the Serial Monitor.
In addition, if the result is
OK, you may need to re-burn the firmware, please refer to How to re-burn the firmware for ESP8266 module? for details. If you still can’t solve it, please take a screenshot of the serial monitor and send it to email@example.com, we will help you solve the problem as soon as possible.
Click on NEWLINE DROPDOWN BOX, select
both NL & CRin the drop down option, enter
AT, if it returns OK, it means ESP8266 has successfully established connection with R3 board.
AT+CWMODE=3and the managed mode will be changed to Station and AP coexistence.
In order to use the software serial later, you must input AT+UART=9600,8,1,0,0 to modify the ESP8266’s baud rate to 9600.
Now change the serial monitor baud rate to 9600, try to enter
AT, if it returns OK, it means the setting is successful.