ESP32-EVB in stock!


ESP32-EVB

ESP32-EVB is finally in stock 🙂

The size increased to 75 x 75 mm and these are the features:

  • ESP32-WROOM-32 CE/FCC approved module
  • Bluetooth LE, WiFi connection
  • Wired 100Mb Ethernet connector
  • micro SD card
  • two RELAYS 250VAC/10A (125VAC/15A) with LED status
  • CAN interface
  • IR remote control receiver and transmitter 5 m  range
  • RESET and USER buttons
  • USB micro connector for programming and power supply
  • LiPo battery charger and step up converter with 4 STATUS LEDs
  • Power jack 5V power supply

This is great board for IoT as has access to many interfaces: Ethernet, CAN, BLE, WIFI. The relays can switch power appliances. With the IR remote control you can control any device with IR like TVs, VCRs, Air conditioners, Sound amplifires, CATV etc.

 

13 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. rudi ;-)
    May 29, 2017 @ 23:04:34

    Congratulation! I’m going to grab it 🙂
    best wishes
    rudi 😉

    Reply

  2. neslekkim
    May 30, 2017 @ 20:33:09

    Was there a compatible display for this?, thought I read about that in an earlier post?

    Reply

  3. mfalconf
    May 30, 2017 @ 21:48:11

    what happens with the software for this board? on the github site the software folder is empty.

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    • rudi ;-)
      May 31, 2017 @ 12:17:09

      Saw Rev B update was few hours in the past –
      have a little patience
      the guys are busy with shipping, i think –
      so that we can all start at the weekend;

      Software comes asap am sure ..
      look again after the first boards are shipped
      i am sure – the folder becomes stuff pur
      this board is very welcome I’m really curious about it.
      ( my PR is ready after a small test on it )

      Reply

  4. Hemma
    May 30, 2017 @ 22:02:35

    Is there a JTAG connector?

    Reply

  5. Dan Riches
    May 30, 2017 @ 22:12:19

    I want one of these! I do wish it had an external antenna connection though as it’d be a perfect start for our next product. Great features, world renowned SoC and lots of useful IO make this a need board rather than a want board. Great job guys, as usual!!

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    • SK
      May 31, 2017 @ 19:07:51

      Yes, connector for antenna may be useful.
      Also maybe the IR parts should be on some connectors, they are quire sensitive to angle, distance, etc so it will be better to put them on a piece of wire.

      Reply

  6. matcode
    May 31, 2017 @ 16:37:23

    I suppose most of examples from original esp-idf could be launched as is (perhaps with few small tweaks). What is really missing is LAN8210A registers settings. I’m little biased here). Ethernet for my project is vital.

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    • Lurch
      Jun 04, 2017 @ 22:31:02

      The ethernet example in esp-idf works fine with the 8720 setting. So you can play with it until the docs are finished.

      Reply

  7. SK
    May 31, 2017 @ 19:09:02

    Nice board, but does not look like a laptop 😀

    P.s. Kudos for the built-in programmer (via USB). Easy plug-and-play solution for beginners.

    Reply

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