All posts by Manoj R. Thakur

About Manoj R. Thakur

In 2014 I started contributing to Open Source electronics, and life has just gotten better from there. Founder of Maven Technologies.

ESP8266 NodeMCU HTTPS Secured POST Request

In this example we learn how to send Secured POST request to a secured https web page using NodeMCU or ESP8266? As we know all web pages are HTTP protocols, GET and POST are methods of communicating between web browser and the server. Also you look towards server side php Example coding. If you are looking for HTTPS GET method read here.

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ESP32: DHT11/22 Humidity Temperature Sensor Interfacing Example

In this tutorial we are interfacing DHT11 or DHT22 Humidity temperature sensor with ESP32 DevKit.

The DHT11 (or DHT22 and similar) are cheap temperature and humidity sensors. The communicate with a ESP32 is over a single wire, but unfortunately it is not compatible with the 1-Wire protocol defined by Dallas Semiconductors.

The electric connection to the ESP32 DevKit is very simple, as the DHT series can be powered direct with 3.3V. Only 3 wires are needed: VCC, GND and the data line. Data Line is connected to GPIO15 (D15).

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ESP8266 DHT11 Humidity Temperature Data logger

In this tutorial we are interfacing DHT11 or DHT22 Humidity temperature sensor with ESP8266 NodeMCU. We are making complete Humidity and Temperature data logger with DHT11 and NodeMCU. Data logger web server with real time graphs and tables, mostly seen on thingspeak. But this time we are putting complete graphs and tables all inside NodeMCU without using thingspeak. For this we need graphs library that we are using from chartsjs.org an open source Chart drawing library and Knowledge of alax, html and javascript.

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Interfacing DHT11 with NodeMCU Example

In this tutorial we are interfacing DHT11 or DHT22 Humidity temperature sensor with NodeMCU.

The DHT11 (or DHT22 and similar) are cheap temperature and humidity sensors. The communicate with a ESP8266 is over a single wire, but unfortunately it is not compatible with the 1-Wire protocol defined by Dallas Semiconductors.

The electric connection to the NodeMCU is very simple, as the DHT series can be powered direct with 3.3V. Only 3 wires are needed: VCC, GND and the data line.

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Arduino : How to put quotation marks in a string ?

In Arduino programming many times you will come with situations where you want to put double quotes in a string. For example sending AT command with double quotes. There many different methods let’s discuss one by one.

How do I put quotes in a string?

AT+CPMS=”SM”

Serial.println(“AT+CPMS=”SM””);  // This results in error

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