ESP32-PICO-KIT Development Board, V4
The ESP32-PICO-KIT is a breakout board for the ESP32-PICO-D4 SoC with an on-board USB-to-serial converter for easy programming and debugging.
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ESP32-PICO-KIT V4 is a mini development board based on the ESP32-PICO-D4 SIP module produced by Espressif. All the IO signals and system power on ESP32-PICO-D4 are led out through two standard 20 pin x 0.1″ pitch headers on both sides for easy interfacing. The development board integrates a USB-UART Bridge circuit, allowing the developers to connect the development board to a PC’s USB port for downloads and debugging.
Applications for the ESP32-PICO-KIT can be developed on Windows, Linux or Mac.
Like the ESP8266 the ESP32 has Wi-Fi but adds Bluetooth. It also has two 32-bit cores inside, making it extremely powerful, and providing all the ports and interfaces that the ESP8266 is lacking.
Oversimplifying things, one might say that the ESP8266 is a Wi-Fi controller that provides some I/O, whereas the ESP32 is a full-fledged controller that also has Wi-Fi.
The ESP32 exposes an ADC & DAC, touch sensor circuitry, an SD/SDIO/MMC host controller, an SDIO/SPI slave controller, an EMAC, PWM to control LEDs and motors, UART, SPI, I²C, I²S, infrared remote controller, and, of course, GPIO.
- 3.3V power regulator – AMS1117-3.3V
- USB-TTL serial Bridge – CP2102
- Auto reset circuit, arduino IDE compatible.
- On Board ESP32 PICO IC and antenna
- EN and Boot buttons, on board power indicator LED.
|Dimensions||5.2 × 2.03 cm|