This device is supported for blynk
Please help me and also tell me sho to use it for blynk.
The search facility in the forum is very useful…
Just tell me it will work with blynk please sir
The Mega + WiFi R3 is not in the official list of supported hardware:
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# Supported Hardware
**Attention!** This documentation is for the LEGACY version of Blynk platform which is no longer supported.
Please check out the [**new documentation**](https://docs.blynk.io)
Blynk supports more than 400 boards already, including support for Arduino, Particle, ARM mbed, TI Energia, MicroPython, Node.js, OpenWRT and many Single Board Computers. You can add your own connection types easily (see [these](https://github.com/blynkkk/blynk-library/tree/master/examples/More/ArduinoClient) examples for Arduino)!
- **Arduino** (https://github.com/blynkkk/blynk-library)
- Arduino MKR WiFi 1010
- Arduino MKR GSM 1400
- Arduino MKR NB 1500
- Arduino Uno, Duemilanove
- Arduino Nano, Mini, Pro Mini, Pro Micro, Due, Mega
- Arduino 101 (Intel Curie, with BLE)
- Arduino MKR1000
- Arduino Zero
- Arduino Yún (onboard WiFi and Ethernet, via Bridge)
but the search results I pointed to earlier seem to show Blynk community members using it successfully.
It’s not the type of hardware that I personally would choose to buy - because it’s expensive, bulky, has limited processing power and has to be physically connected to a computer to update it (no Over the Air update capability).
If you haven’t already bought one then I’d suggest that you read this:
I thought I’d write a piece about my thoughts on the best hardware to use for your IoT projects if you’re just starting-out with Blynk.
I did what many people do, started-off buying an Arduino Uno and uploaded some code to make it flash an LED. After about 10 seconds of watching the LED flash I was bored, and wanted to do more (I have a short attention span
The next task was getting the Uno connected to the internet and I chose the Ethernet Shield route. After around 6 months of m…
If you have already bought one then look at the search results and see what everyone else is doing with them.
the Mega is on the list
Mega+WiFi is a Mega with esp8266 on Serial3
It works. Been using one for a month now.
is it work for blynk iot??
It should work fine but I don’t recommend using it. I’d suggest using esp32 or nodemcu instead.