How to build an open WiFi finder using ESP8266 and two coin batteries
Stevica Kuharski
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What suprises me about this is that the current demand for an ESP8266 (60–20 mA) is much higher than the battery can provide (3 mA steady to 9 mA pulse). Did you use a capacitor to store up energy for that?

I’m trying to create a sensor to send and “is open” or “is closed” signal every time a switch changes from off to on or on to off. I want to make it small so a couple of button batteries sounds great, but I’m not seeing how it will work.

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