I am using below board & i have attach error
what is root cause
I am using esp32
How are you powering your ESP322 board?
Are you sure you have all peripherals connected properly?
I am power on board from laptop USB.
Also, I have not attach any peripherals to board. I am only powering board.
Also, If I have power on from external supply, how can I see serial data.
I’ve uploaded the code to my ESP32, and it is working fine.
Usually, the brownout error is related to some sort of hardware problems like an insufficient power supply or some issue with the wiring.
However, it may also be related to something with the code.
Can you tell me:
- the version of the AsyncMQTT library
- the version of the LiquidCrystal library
- ESP32 boards add-on version
AsyncMQTT library: I am using book learning esp32, Module-7. Whatever links given in book, I have downloaded libraries from link.
LiquidCrystal library: I am not using this. I have commented that part of code
I took a look at your board pinout, and I think it may be related to the pin we’re setting for the button. We’re setting GPIO 32:
const int buttonPin = 32;
Use another GPIO for the button, for example, GPIO 35.
const int buttonPin = 35;
Let me know if this solves the issue.
I have change pin number, but same error. Without connecting anything, that error is coming. I think, timer interrupt can be issue. Any idea, because one of colleague, its timer interrupt issue which he face. But, what to change in our code, is i m exploring.
I’ve never used that board before. So, I’m not sure if the pin is the issue.
What ESP32 board are you selecting?
I’m not sure what needs to be changed. As I’ve mentioned, it worked fine in my DOIT ESP32 board.
If you check the bang good site you linked to for your board the very first review is from someone who basically says that using WiFi causes the board to constantly reboot which is exactly what you are seeing.
If it was me I would get a different board, perhaps by a more reputable brand. Try the ESP32 Dev Kit.
Does this happen only with that example? Or do you get that error with other examples too?
Do you have another ESP32 board to experiment with?
Does this happen only with that example?
No. I have other small codes. For that also, this is happening.
do you get that error with other examples too?
Do you have another ESP32 board to experiment with? Yes. Run on other esp32. Its working perfectly