Can a node MCU be used as a serial monitor?

Can a node MCU be used as a serial monitor?

The Node MCU IDE has an inbuilt serial monitor that allows ton take a serial input and output from an Node MCU while the Node MCU is in action. To perform the example no special hardware and circuit is required except an Node MCU and a USB cable. 2. Building Circuit

Is the NodeMCU ESP8266 12E serial monitor garbage output?

Amica NodeMCU ESP8266MOD to Arduino IDE gives garbage / gibberish serial monitor output. Note that the Blink examples function perfectly (both native Arduino and ESP8266 versions). The only good serial monitor text I can generate from this board is the bootloader output after reset button is pressed.

Why is my ESP8266 serial monitor not working?

Same happening with a esp8266 using the NodeMCU 1.0 ESP-12E Module. Serial monitor on the Arduino Pro ide doesn’t show up anything. Tried with normal and advanced mode to see if it made any difference, results are the same. Normal arduino ide shows the data on the serial monitor.

Why is my serial monitor not working on my Arduino?

Serial monitor on the Arduino Pro ide doesn’t show up anything. Tried with normal and advanced mode to see if it made any difference, results are the same. Normal arduino ide shows the data on the serial monitor. @locotron, can you please share your sketch that works with the Java-based Arduino IDE but not the PRO IDE?

How does a serial monitor on an Arduino IDE work?

This is done in the form of input and output taken from the Node MCU. The Node MCU IDE has an inbuilt serial monitor that allows ton take a serial input and output from an Node MCU while the Node MCU is in action. To perform the example no special hardware and circuit is required except an Node MCU and a USB cable.

Is there garbage output from a serial monitor?

The only good serial monitor text I can generate from this board is the bootloader output after reset button is pressed. Anything else (I’ve tried many examples and all baud rates) gives garbage.