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Incorporating NodeMCU ESP8266 senders
I've attached a copy of my (rough and ready) build notes covering how I have used wireless NodeMCU/ESP8266 devices to capture and send data from a number of sensors to OpenPlotter/SignalK

I wouldn't consider this as a "How to" Guide but rather a collection of notes which may be of use to someone else.
With thanks to others on this forum whose work I have shamelessly copied.
The credit is all theirs and any errors are all mine  Smile

Bye the way my boat isnt really called Boaty McBoatface
did you forget to attach the file?
Thanks Sailoog - I hadn't noticed that the upload had failed because it was too large (2.1Mb)
Anyway here is a link to the doc on Google Drive, hopefully this will work instead.
wow, looks excellent! thanks for sharing
WOW, those are rough notes? 
I''m going to have to print those out and give it a read through a couple of times

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