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  1. Ahh okay I see. I will try to set up the ESP8266 another way then. The ESP8266 runs at 3.3V; same as the MSP430.
  2. Hi, I have tried powering the Module with the MSP430 and with a seperate power supply as well sharing the same ground but same thing. I am using the MSP430G2553 though. Do you think that may be the problem? I have seen projects online that do use the G2553 which is why i figured that one would be okay for this project.
  3. Hello, I am trying to configure the ESP8266 (ESP-01) Wi-Fi module to the MSP430 but I cannot get the AT commands to work on the serial monitor. Here is the code I am trying to get it working with. I get no errors compiling and on the Serial monitor I do get the "Remember to set Both..." and "Ready" but nothing after that. Whenever I try to type in anything in the serial monitor nothing changes. The baud rate has been changed to 9600 on the ESP8266 using an Arduino and i was able to sucessfully connect the WiFi module to Wifi with the arduino so I know the module works and connections are wired similarly to how I wired them using the arduino. Is there anything else I can try to get this to work? Thank you in advanced! #include <SoftwareSerial.h> #include<msp430.h> SoftwareSerial ESPserial(P1_2, P1_1); // RX | TX void setup() { #define RXD BIT1; #define TXD BIT2; Serial.begin(9600); ESPserial.begin(9600); Serial.println(""); Serial.println("Remember to to set Both NL & CR in the serial monitor."); Serial.println("Ready"); Serial.println(""); } void loop() { if ( ESPserial.available() ) { Serial.write( ESPserial.read() ); } if ( Serial.available() ) { ESPserial.write( Serial.read() ); } }
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