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ESP32 Battery Monitor

Measures three channels via W-Fi and Thingspeak

ESP32 Battery Monitor
This project shows the simplicity and ease of measuring analogue values with an ESP32 board and to send the values via Wi-Fi to a router, and from there, to the ThingSpeak website where the data are saved and displayed.
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Resistors

R1,R3,R6 = 1.1MΩ, 1%, 600mW, 350V

R2,R4,R7 = 576kΩ, 1%, 600mW, 350V

R5 = 1kΩ, carbon film, 5%, 0.25W, 250V

 

Coapacitors

C1,C2,C3 = 100nF, 50V, X7R, 0.2" pitch

 

Semiconductors

LED1 = red, 3mm

MOD1 = ESP32 PICO Kit V4

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