In this post I’ll be writing about accessing GPIO ports on ESP8266.
machine contains the apis for the
GPIO on ESP8266.
import machine pin = machine.Pin(2, machine.Pin.IN, machine.Pin.PULL_UP)
To use a GPIO we need to configure it as either input or output. In the above
machine.Pin.IN configures the
GPIO pin as an input, meaning you can
connect a button like the one shown below to it.
machine.Pin.PULL_UP indicates that, the input pin will give
when the button is not pressed, and you will get the output
0 when button is
Now when you need to use the pin as an output pin, you need to
pin = machine.Pin(2, machine.Pin.OUT)
This will make the pin an output pin.
you can control the output of the pin by using
>>> import machine >>> pin = machine.Pin(2, machine.Pin.OUT) >>> dir(pin) ['__class__', 'IN', 'IRQ_FALLING', 'IRQ_RISING', 'OPEN_DRAIN', 'OUT', 'PULL_UP', 'init', 'irq', 'off', 'on', 'value'] >>>
Following is the program to turn on an led when the button is pressed.
import machine inputPin = machine.Pin(15, machine.Pin.IN) outputPin = machine.Pin(2, machine.pin.OUT) def main(): while True: if inputPin.value() == 1: outputPin.on() else: outputPin.off() main()
In the next post I’ll be writing about sending data from and to ESP8266 using MQTT.