ESPixelStick


ESPixelStick – An E1.31 WiFi Pixel Controller

What is it?

A cost effective solution for driving a universe of pixels via E1.31 over WiFi.  The controller itself fits in 1″ thin wall PVC to enable embedding with the fixture its controlling.

From a hardware perspective, the ESPixelStick is a pixel driver motherboard for the ESP8266 ESP-01 WiFi module.  It provides proper power regulation for the module, a 5V tolerant programming interface, 5V buffer drive for the data line, configurable 5V/12V pixel support, fusing, and power connectors suitable for 5A of current.

From a software perspective, it is an E1.31 sACN (Streaming ACN) pixel controller that connects over a standard (802.11g/n) WiFi network.  The firmware is open source and developed in the ESP8266 Arduino environment.  It provides a web based configuration front-end and currently supports WS2811 / WS2812 pixels.  The web based configuration is mobile friendly and makes configuration a breeze, thank to John Lassen’s web framework.

How do I use it?

Wiring

Pixel and power wiring is straight forward and simple. Just make sure to set the jumper to 5V or 12V based upon your power source.  The programming interface consists of 3 wires: Ground, Serial Transmit, and Serial Receive.  Using a USB to serial breakout, simply connect the grounds together, T to TX on your adapter, and R to RX on your adapter.  Any USB to serial adapter that exposes the Ground, TX and RX connections should work, provided your system has the drivers for it.  CP2102 and FTDI (legit) based adapters shouldn’t require drivers to be loaded if you’re on Windows.

Programming

Flashing and Configuration

Flashing is done via the Arduino IDE with the ESP8266 board add-on.  You’ll need to have the board powered as no power connections are made via the programming connection.  To enter flash mode, reset the ESPixelStick using the RESET button, while holding down the PROG button – <Press PROG><Press / Release RESET><Release PROG>.  At the top of the ESPixelStick sketch, you can define your default ssid and passphrase for your WiFi access point.  The ESPixelStick will report its status and IP via the Arduino Serial Monitor as it connects to your network.  Further configuration can be done via the web interface once the ESPixelStick is connected to your network.

Making it flash lights!

If you’re new to lighting control or DMX, I recommend doing a little reading on E1.31 – sACN (Streaming ACN) which is the “DMX over Ethernet” standard.  diychristmas.org and doityourselfchristmas.com are excellent resources to get you started in lighting control.  Vixen 3 and xLights are two free and open source applications I recommend looking at to get you started in sequencing.  Both are actively being developed and offer different angles on light sequencing.

Here are 4 modules being tested (one attached to each pixel column), driven by Vixen 3

Where can I get it?

Kits are sold out for the 2015 season, but more will  be available in early 2016.

Latest Firmware: https://github.com/forkineye/ESPixelStick/releases

Latest V1 Manual: ESPixelStick Assembly and Usage


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122 thoughts on “ESPixelStick

  • Dean

    Hi thank you for your hard work on the espixelstick but I hoping you could help me with a small issue.
    the unit is working in multicast with a problem with resetting every minute (virtual to the second) and im not sure why?
    com port reports

    ESPixelStick v1.3
    – Configuration loaded.
    Connecting to TP-LINK_B123CA………..
    Connected DHCP with IP: 192.168.0.100
    – Universe: 4
    – Multicast address: 239.255.0.4
    – Web Server started on port 80
    – Listening for 510 channels, from Universe 4 to 4
    Exception (0):
    epc1=0x40107092 epc2=0x00000000 epc3=0x00000000 excvaddr=0x00000000 depc=0x00000000
    ctx: sys
    sp: 3ffffda0 end: 3fffffb0 offset: 01a0
    >>>stack>>>
    3fffff40: 4020d845 3fff5fb0 3fffff80 3fff5af0
    3fffff50: 3ffe0000 3fff5f88 3ffec900 4020e200
    3fffff60: 3fff5fb0 3fff5af0 3ffede36 40213fe3
    3fffff70: 3fff5af0 00000014 40214582 3fff5fb0
    3fffff80: 3fff5af0 3fffdc80 3fff5b88 00000052
    3fffff90: 40214eaf 3fff5fb0 00000000 3fffdcc0
    3fffffa0: 40000f49 3fffdab0 3fffdab0 40000f49
    <<<stack<<<
    ets Jan 8 2013,rst cause:2, boot mode:(1,6)
    ets Jan 8 2013,rst cause:4, boot mode:(1,6)
    wdt reset

    any ideas?

    • Shelby Merrick Post author

      Do you have any other devices on your network? It sounds like your multicast traffic is being queued on the DTIM interval which is common when devices with power management are connected (like phones, laptops, tablets, etc…). With 3rd party firmware, you can force Multicast rates, but a dedicated network is recommended if you require Multicast. Can you use Unicast?

      • Dean

        The network router is only connected to the Nodemcu 1.0 Esp12-12E and my laptop which is streaming the artnet but even if the module is the only thing connected to the router it still reset’s after 1 minute (54 sec from logging onto the network).
        I’ve adjusted the settings inside the router but this made no difference and also tried a Netgear router with the same result .
        I’m currently using a TP-Link TL-WR841HP.
        You also said about unicast I’m not sure how to set it up in this mode?
        any help would be appreciated

  • Sean

    I decided I’m going to make my own using the OSH Park PCB, but I was wondering, for L1 on the PCB, your Mouser parts list uses a 220 Ohm Ferrite Bead. I already have 4 Ohm Ferrite Beads, will that work in replace of the 220 Ohm Ferrite Bead?

  • Alan

    Curious as to the range this unit has. If I were to install these in arches and place them up and down my street. Say 100yrds. Will this need an extender on the antenna? I’d say the typical wifi (Linksys, netgear, cisco etc) is about 200 feet line of sight.

    Tnx
    Alan

  • Jann

    I’m pretty new to Arduino and only get this error message:
    “””
    ESPixelStick:77: error: ‘loadConfig’ was not declared in this scope
    loadConfig();
    ^
    ESPixelStick:80: error: ‘initWifi’ was not declared in this scope
    int status = initWifi();
    ^
    ESPixelStick:96: error: ‘initWeb’ was not declared in this scope
    initWeb();
    ^
    exit status 1
    ‘loadConfig’ was not declared in this scope
    “””

    I am running the latest Arduino and the latest ESP8266 Board version and on both windows and arch linux I get the same errors.

    Thank you for your great work!!!

        • Jann

          First of all, a big thank you!
          I have tested your project with a NodeMCU so far and used up to 64 Pixels and plan to make a wish tree (500+ pixels) with it.
          Sometimes I see a bit of a stuttering, have you experienced similar things, or do you know how to improve the rate of frames per second?
          Is it the webinterface?
          If yes, would an additional button to trigger the webinterface be the solution?
          I will try to debug things with Wireshark and I’m already using a dedicated 2,4Ghz n router.

          • Geoff

            Hello, currently using NodeMCU 0.9. Uploading via Arduino IDE 1.6.5.

            Compile Errors as Follows;

            ESPixelStick\bitbang.c.o: In function doGECE':
            C:\Program Files (x86)\Arduino\libraries\ESPixelStick/bitbang.c:58: multiple definition of
            doGECE’
            bitbang.c.o:C:\Users\spod\AppData\Local\Temp\build3390892978680968553.tmp/bitbang.c:58: first defined here
            ESPixelStick\ESPixelDriver.cpp.o: In function ESPixelDriver::setPin(unsigned char)':
            C:\Program Files (x86)\Arduino\libraries\ESPixelStick/ESPixelDriver.cpp:57: multiple definition of
            ESPixelDriver::setPin(unsigned char)’
            ESPixelDriver.cpp.o:C:\Users\spod\AppData\Local\Temp\build3390892978680968553.tmp/ESPixelDriver.cpp:57: first defined here
            ESPixelStick\ESPixelDriver.cpp.o: In function ESPixelDriver::begin(pixel_t)':
            C:\Program Files (x86)\Arduino\libraries\ESPixelStick/ESPixelDriver.cpp:60: multiple definition of
            ESPixelDriver::setGamma(float)’
            ESPixelDriver.cpp.o:C:\Users\spod\AppData\Local\Temp\build3390892978680968553.tmp/ESPixelDriver.cpp:60: first defined here
            ESPixelStick\ESPixelDriver.cpp.o: In function ESPixelDriver::ws2811_init()':
            C:\Program Files (x86)\Arduino\libraries\ESPixelStick/ESPixelDriver.cpp:70: multiple definition of
            ESPixelDriver::ws2811_init()’
            ESPixelDriver.cpp.o:C:\Users\spod\AppData\Local\Temp\build3390892978680968553.tmp/ESPixelDriver.cpp:70: first defined here
            ESPixelStick\ESPixelDriver.cpp.o: In function ESPixelDriver::show()':
            C:\Program Files (x86)\Arduino\libraries\ESPixelStick/ESPixelDriver.cpp:76: multiple definition of
            ESPixelDriver::gece_init()’
            ESPixelDriver.cpp.o:C:\Users\spod\AppData\Local\Temp\build3390892978680968553.tmp/ESPixelDriver.cpp:76: first defined here
            ESPixelStick\ESPixelDriver.cpp.o: In function ESPixelDriver::show()':
            C:\Program Files (x86)\Arduino\libraries\ESPixelStick/ESPixelDriver.cpp:83: multiple definition of
            ESPixelDriver::updateLength(unsigned short)’
            ESPixelDriver.cpp.o:C:\Users\spod\AppData\Local\Temp\build3390892978680968553.tmp/ESPixelDriver.cpp:83: first defined here
            ESPixelStick\ESPixelDriver.cpp.o: In function ESPixelDriver::updateOrder(color_t)':
            C:\Program Files (x86)\Arduino\libraries\ESPixelStick/ESPixelDriver.cpp:96: multiple definition of
            ESPixelDriver::updateOrder(color_t)’
            ESPixelDriver.cpp.o:C:\Users\spod\AppData\Local\Temp\build3390892978680968553.tmp/ESPixelDriver.cpp:96: first defined here
            ESPixelStick\ESPixelDriver.cpp.o: In function ESPixelDriver::begin(pixel_t, color_t)':
            C:\Program Files (x86)\Arduino\libraries\ESPixelStick/ESPixelDriver.cpp:37: multiple definition of
            ESPixelDriver::begin(pixel_t, color_t)’
            ESPixelDriver.cpp.o:C:\Users\spod\AppData\Local\Temp\build3390892978680968553.tmp/ESPixelDriver.cpp:37: first defined here
            ESPixelStick\ESPixelDriver.cpp.o: In function ESPixelDriver::begin()':
            C:\Program Files (x86)\Arduino\libraries\ESPixelStick/ESPixelDriver.cpp:30: multiple definition of
            ESPixelDriver::begin()’
            ESPixelDriver.cpp.o:C:\Users\spod\AppData\Local\Temp\build3390892978680968553.tmp/ESPixelDriver.cpp:30: first defined here
            ESPixelStick\ESPixelDriver.cpp.o: In function ESPixelDriver::begin(pixel_t)':
            C:\Program Files (x86)\Arduino\libraries\ESPixelStick/ESPixelDriver.cpp:33: multiple definition of
            ESPixelDriver::begin(pixel_t)’
            ESPixelDriver.cpp.o:C:\Users\spod\AppData\Local\Temp\build3390892978680968553.tmp/ESPixelDriver.cpp:33: first defined here
            ESPixelStick\ESPixelDriver.cpp.o: In function ESPixelDriver::setPixelColor(unsigned short, unsigned char, unsigned char, unsigned char)':
            C:\Program Files (x86)\Arduino\libraries\ESPixelStick/ESPixelDriver.cpp:122: multiple definition of
            ESPixelDriver::setPixelColor(unsigned short, unsigned char, unsigned char, unsigned char)’
            ESPixelDriver.cpp.o:C:\Users\spod\AppData\Local\Temp\build3390892978680968553.tmp/ESPixelDriver.cpp:122: first defined here
            ESPixelStick\ESPixelDriver.cpp.o: In function ESPixelDriver::show()':
            C:\Program Files (x86)\Arduino\libraries\ESPixelStick/ESPixelDriver.cpp:131: multiple definition of
            ESPixelDriver::show()’
            ESPixelDriver.cpp.o:C:\Users\spod\AppData\Local\Temp\build3390892978680968553.tmp/ESPixelDriver.cpp:131: first defined here
            ESPixelStick\_E131.cpp.o: In function _GLOBAL__sub_I__ZN4E1316ACN_IDE':
            C:\Program Files (x86)\Arduino\libraries\ESPixelStick/_E131.cpp:31: multiple definition of
            E131::E131()’
            _E131.cpp.o:C:\Users\spod\AppData\Local\Temp\build3390892978680968553.tmp/_E131.cpp:31: first defined here
            ESPixelStick\_E131.cpp.o: In function _GLOBAL__sub_I__ZN4E1316ACN_IDE':
            C:\Program Files (x86)\Arduino\libraries\ESPixelStick/_E131.cpp:31: multiple definition of
            E131::E131()’
            _E131.cpp.o:C:\Users\spod\AppData\Local\Temp\build3390892978680968553.tmp/_E131.cpp:31: first defined here
            ESPixelStick\_E131.cpp.o: In function E131::initMulticast(unsigned short)':
            C:\Program Files (x86)\Arduino\libraries\ESPixelStick/_E131.cpp:58: multiple definition of
            E131::initMulticast(unsigned short)’
            _E131.cpp.o:C:\Users\spod\AppData\Local\Temp\build3390892978680968553.tmp/_E131.cpp:58: first defined here
            ESPixelStick\_E131.cpp.o: In function E131::initWiFi(char const*, char const*)':
            C:\Program Files (x86)\Arduino\libraries\ESPixelStick/_E131.cpp:76: multiple definition of
            E131::initWiFi(char const*, char const*)’
            _E131.cpp.o:C:\Users\spod\AppData\Local\Temp\build3390892978680968553.tmp/_E131.cpp:76: first defined here
            ESPixelStick\_E131.cpp.o: In function E131::beginMulticast(char const*, char const*, unsigned short)':
            C:\Program Files (x86)\Arduino\libraries\ESPixelStick/_E131.cpp:150: multiple definition of
            E131::beginMulticast(char const*, char const*, unsigned short)’
            _E131.cpp.o:C:\Users\spod\AppData\Local\Temp\build3390892978680968553.tmp/_E131.cpp:150: first defined here
            ESPixelStick\_E131.cpp.o: In function E131::beginMulticast(char const*, char const*, unsigned short, IPAddress, IPAddress, IPAddress, IPAddress)':
            C:\Program Files (x86)\Arduino\libraries\ESPixelStick/_E131.cpp:163: multiple definition of
            E131::beginMulticast(char const*, char const*, unsigned short, IPAddress, IPAddress, IPAddress, IPAddress)’
            _E131.cpp.o:C:\Users\spod\AppData\Local\Temp\build3390892978680968553.tmp/_E131.cpp:163: first defined here
            ESPixelStick\_E131.cpp.o: In function E131::dumpError(e131_error_t)':
            C:\Program Files (x86)\Arduino\libraries\ESPixelStick/_E131.cpp:239: multiple definition of
            E131::dumpError(e131_error_t)’
            _E131.cpp.o:C:\Users\spod\AppData\Local\Temp\build3390892978680968553.tmp/_E131.cpp:239: first defined here
            ESPixelStick\_E131.cpp.o: In function E131::initUnicast()':
            C:\Program Files (x86)\Arduino\libraries\ESPixelStick/_E131.cpp:49: multiple definition of
            E131::initUnicast()’
            _E131.cpp.o:C:\Users\spod\AppData\Local\Temp\build3390892978680968553.tmp/_E131.cpp:49: first defined here
            ESPixelStick\_E131.cpp.o: In function E131::begin(e131_listen_t, unsigned short)':
            C:\Program Files (x86)\Arduino\libraries\ESPixelStick/_E131.cpp:112: multiple definition of
            E131::begin(e131_listen_t, unsigned short)’
            _E131.cpp.o:C:\Users\spod\AppData\Local\Temp\build3390892978680968553.tmp/_E131.cpp:112: first defined here
            ESPixelStick\_E131.cpp.o: In function E131::begin(char const*, char const*)':
            C:\Program Files (x86)\Arduino\libraries\ESPixelStick/_E131.cpp:119: multiple definition of
            E131::begin(char const*, char const*)’
            _E131.cpp.o:C:\Users\spod\AppData\Local\Temp\build3390892978680968553.tmp/_E131.cpp:119: first defined here
            ESPixelStick\_E131.cpp.o: In function E131::begin(char const*, char const*, IPAddress, IPAddress, IPAddress, IPAddress)':
            C:\Program Files (x86)\Arduino\libraries\ESPixelStick/_E131.cpp:132: multiple definition of
            E131::begin(char const*, char const*, IPAddress, IPAddress, IPAddress, IPAddress)’
            _E131.cpp.o:C:\Users\spod\AppData\Local\Temp\build3390892978680968553.tmp/_E131.cpp:132: first defined here
            ESPixelStick\_E131.cpp.o:(.rodata._ZN4E1316ACN_IDE+0x0): multiple definition of `E131::ACN_ID’
            _E131.cpp.o:(.rodata._ZN4E1316ACN_IDE+0x0): first defined here
            collect2.exe: error: ld returned 1 exit status
            Error compiling.

            Had compile errors before and downgraded to IDE 1.6.5, not sure why I am getting these errors now as others seems to get on ok with using the nodeMCU. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

  • Dan Kisling

    I’m trying to adopt your code for a single LED, but I’m having some issues. I can show that I’m connected to sACN network, but I don’t seem to be receiving any information. Any ideas on how to troubleshoot this? I would really appreciate the help. I’m using an ETC GIO connected to a router to send the information.

    • Shelby Merrick Post author

      I’ve had a few reports of issues using ETC gear as a source, but unfortunately I don’t have any to test with. There’s an issue logged in the github repo talking about this and I plan on looking into the way I’m handling the E1.31 packets soon.

  • Alex Woodmansey

    Love the look of your device!
    I’m thinking of making 20 or so. Is there any chance you would release the gerbers (a bit of a cheeky request i know) or a Panelize version? I’d love to be able to made the boards over at dirty pcbs. getting 8x made in a 10x10cm panel would be a very cost effective of making a batch of boards. Otherwise you could upload your design there and get a kickback on each board purchased.
    Thanks, looking forward to seeing the new version
    🙂

  • Frank

    I see that you have a shared board design on OSHPARK. Is that the final version?

    If so, would it be possible to get the SMD parts list, please?

    Thanks!

    • Shelby Merrick Post author

      As of right now, I’m all out of the ESPixelStick kits. I’m in the middle of building and testing the new revision prototypes, which should hopefully be available mid to late July.

      • aj reynolds

        just curious are you going to post the schematic so we can see how V2 has changed from V1.3 last year. I’m trying to figure out if its worth replacing my existing boards with the new ones. Then again I had no issues last year so I’m really curious about the changes.

        • Shelby Merrick Post author

          I’ll post them once the boards are available. The V2 hardware replaces the primary regulator with a switching regulator and no longer requires manual voltage selection for 12V vs 5V power. It also fixes the bug with using 3.3v programmers and has a mounting hole so that it can be attached to a stud in a CG case. The physical size is the same and both utilize the same ESP-01 module.

  • Alan

    Shelby, I was running a few tests via xLights on the new test page. All seems to be working ok with the ESPixelStick. When I went to all on, the strip started flashing full white. Looking at the stick I saw the 8266 blicking blue and red light. Like it was locked up. The only way to stop it was pull the power. This also happened on the sequence page when I went to all white. I’ll do a bit more analysis and let you know if there is one specific reason for the board locking up.

  • JannF

    Is there any way you will add ArtNet as Input instead of sACN, as many Lighting Gear sends ArtNet and not sACN.
    They should be very similar both, but unfortunately I don’t have the skills to adopt it.

  • Bernard

    Shelby, I am curious to know if once the group buy is over if it will still be possible to still purchase the pixelstick as a kit or maybe simply the pre-soldered SMD board?
    Great work! lots of people were waiting for this group buy, thanks for putting it together.

  • LC

    Hello Shelby, very good project! I want to assembly one to try it, my problem is that I can´t find the buffer you used, can you suggest me some change, I will stay alert for a new board sell. Thanks!

    • Shelby Merrick Post author

      Sorry for the delayed reply. That’s the correct v1.1 board, yes. The V2 hardware board was never shared on OSH Park. I highly recommend sticking to the V1 if you wish to handle assemble them. The switching regulator on the V2 is very difficult even with a reflow station (10 pin .5mm WSON with power pad).

    • Mark P

      Not on it’s own, there’s not enough pins on the ESP8266. You’d need to have it output serial to another device that did the control.

  • Andy Lawton

    Great project, thanks for all your effort on this! Until I found your project I had almost given up on using pixels for Christmas lighting due to Ethernet controller costs. I’m kinda cheap and not frightened to get my soldering iron out if it means saving some $$!
    I knocked up a separate programming board on stripboard and a few interface boards on perfboard (they’re nowhere near as pretty as yours, but did I say I was cheap?!); the level shifter sits quite nice between four 0.1″ pads with the input leg lifted a little to ease soldering. I did have to solder them in place when I didn’t have my contact lenses in and was wearing reading glasses so I could see up close! My board is small enough to sit under the ESP-01 leaving the antenna clear. So far I have only three ESP-01s but more are on their way! All are working great with Vixen3 running on a Windows10 guest on a VMWare ESXi virtual server, talking on a separate NIC, VLAN and wireless access point. I see very very few out of sequence packets.

  • Nathon Johnson

    I’m using your firmware but connected using a nodeMCU esp8266 and a logic level converter to up to 5volts.
    everything works well on a single controller pushing 480 ws2801s but when i scale this to three units running 480 LEDS i get flicker and the units are resetting themselves

  • Kevin H

    When Uploading Sketch Data I receive the following compiler message:

    Exception in thread “AWT-EventQueue-0” java.lang.NoSuchMethodError: processing.app.Sketch.getBuildPath()Ljava/io/File;
    at com.esp8266.mkspiffs.ESP8266FS.getBuildFolderPath(ESP8266FS.java:117)
    at com.esp8266.mkspiffs.ESP8266FS.createAndUpload(ESP8266FS.java:263)
    at com.esp8266.mkspiffs.ESP8266FS.run(ESP8266FS.java:322)
    at java.awt.event.InvocationEvent.dispatch(InvocationEvent.java:311)
    at java.awt.EventQueue.dispatchEventImpl(EventQueue.java:756)
    at java.awt.EventQueue.access$500(EventQueue.java:97)
    at java.awt.EventQueue$3.run(EventQueue.java:709)
    at java.awt.EventQueue$3.run(EventQueue.java:703)
    at java.security.AccessController.doPrivileged(Native Method)
    at java.security.ProtectionDomain$JavaSecurityAccessImpl.doIntersectionPrivilege(ProtectionDomain.java:76)
    at java.awt.EventQueue.dispatchEvent(EventQueue.java:726)
    at java.awt.EventDispatchThread.pumpOneEventForFilters(EventDispatchThread.java:201)
    at java.awt.EventDispatchThread.pumpEventsForFilter(EventDispatchThread.java:116)
    at java.awt.EventDispatchThread.pumpEventsForHierarchy(EventDispatchThread.java:105)
    at java.awt.EventDispatchThread.pumpEvents(EventDispatchThread.java:101)
    at java.awt.EventDispatchThread.pumpEvents(EventDispatchThread.java:93)
    at java.awt.EventDispatchThread.run(EventDispatchThread.java:82)

    Which could be the reason why the “Page Not Found” 404 error pops up when I access the node. Loving this project so far. Any thoughts?

      • Kevin H

        Is there some finessing required after I download the latest Java Update to my computer? OR do you think I should download a previous update of Java?

          • Kevin H

            I just redid everything and got a few steps further but am still hitting a road block. Now the “file system is full”

            [SPIFFS] data : /Users/kevin/Documents/Arduino/ESPixelStick/data
            [SPIFFS] size : 128
            [SPIFFS] page : 256
            [SPIFFS] block : 4096
            /www/bootstrap.css.gz
            /www/bootstrap.js.gz
            /www/index.html.gz
            /www/jqColorPicker.js.gz
            /www/jquery-3.1.1.js.gz
            SPIFFS_write error(-10001): File system is full.

            error adding file!
            Error for adding content from www!
            [SPIFFS] upload : /var/folders/k0/x6x1z2ls4xx800mf6f2_qzh40000gn/T/arduino_build_703869/ESPixelStick.spiffs.bin
            [SPIFFS] address: 0xDB000
            [SPIFFS] reset : ck
            [SPIFFS] port : /dev/cu.usbmodemFA141
            [SPIFFS] speed : 115200

            warning: espcomm_sync failed
            error: espcomm_open failed
            error: espcomm_upload_mem failed
            SPIFFS Upload failed!

          • Kevin H

            So I’ve managed to get the SPIFFS upload plugin installed correctly. Now when i upload the sketch data I’m receiving “SPIFFS_write error(-10001): File system is full.” Do you know what files are necessary to gzip and upload?

      • Zdzislaw

        @Kevin H
        Hello

        I have the same problem, the errors are the same.
        How did you solve this problem?

        Exception in thread “AWT-EventQueue-0” java.lang.NoSuchMethodError: processing.app.Sketch.getBuildPath()Ljava/io/File;
        at com.esp8266.mkspiffs.ESP8266FS.getBuildFolderPath(ESP8266FS.java:117)
        at com.esp8266.mkspiffs.ESP8266FS.createAndUpload(ESP8266FS.java:263)
        at com.esp8266.mkspiffs.ESP8266FS.run(ESP8266FS.java:322)
        at java.awt.event.InvocationEvent.dispatch(InvocationEvent.java:311)
        at java.awt.EventQueue.dispatchEventImpl(EventQueue.java:756)
        at java.awt.EventQueue.access$500(EventQueue.java:97)
        at java.awt.EventQueue$3.run(EventQueue.java:709)
        at java.awt.EventQueue$3.run(EventQueue.java:703)
        at java.security.AccessController.doPrivileged(Native Method)
        at java.security.ProtectionDomain$1.doIntersectionPrivilege(ProtectionDomain.java:75)
        at java.awt.EventQueue.dispatchEvent(EventQueue.java:726)
        at java.awt.EventDispatchThread.pumpOneEventForFilters(EventDispatchThread.java:201)
        at java.awt.EventDispatchThread.pumpEventsForFilter(EventDispatchThread.java:116)
        at java.awt.EventDispatchThread.pumpEventsForHierarchy(EventDispatchThread.java:105)
        at java.awt.EventDispatchThread.pumpEvents(EventDispatchThread.java:101)
        at java.awt.EventDispatchThread.pumpEvents(EventDispatchThread.java:93)
        at java.awt.EventDispatchThread.run(EventDispatchThread.java:82)

  • Darren Reynolds

    Keen on purchasing a bunch of these, will they only be available from Amazon? If so what the ETA please?
    Many Thanks
    Darren

  • polosa

    Hi Shelby! Excellent project. In Argentina I can not get M74VHC1GT125DT1G. I can replace it with another buffer.
    I await your response.
    Regards!