ESP8266 WIFI Witty Cloud Development Board ESP-12F Module MINI Nodemcu

ESP8266 WIFI Witty Cloud Development Board ESP-12F Module MINI Nodemcu



  1. This cheap and small Wifi transciever is the perfect solution for
    home Automation and IoT applications. It can be the replacement of your
    NRF24L01, it can talk to your Wifi router directly through the UART
    MCU’s (Rx, Tx).
  2. The ESP-12 module is one of the most complete of the ESP family as
    it allows you to use biggest amount of pins of all of them. You can
    program this module to work stand alone with the Arduino IDE or with LUA
    as NodeMCU.
  3. It has an LDR and a WS2812 led already on board for your projects.
    The board comes with a CH40 micro USB module to program it.
  4. The ESP8266 highly integrated chip, including antenna switch balun,
    power management converter, so with minimal external circuitry. The
    system is equipped with ESP8266 manifested leading features are: energy
    saving VoIP quickly switch between the sleep / wake patterns, with
    low-power operation adaptive radio bias, front-end signal processing
  5. This version, the ESP8266-03 is one of the smallest versions of this module. It includes a buil-in ceramic antenna.


  1. LDR Lignt Sensor on board
  2. WS2812 Led on board
  3. 3x tactile buttons (1x in the Witty board and 2x in theCH340 board)
  4. Supports 3 modes: AP,STA,AP+STA
  5. Dimensions: 24mm x 16mm
  6. Micro USB connection for power and/or programming

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Hi folks,
I got this board, but not able to get it detected on my MacOS. When connected with a micro-USB cable, the LED on the board glows green, but in the Arduino IDE, it doesn’t show up under the Tools menu.
I tried to get a driver for the same and install, but no use. Does anyone knows a correct driver to use for this board on MacOS?

Probably this one:

Or you could try at least, took me about 2s of Google :wink: