Open Source Hardware ESP32-POE-ISO is now in stock and we are very proud with the result


ESP32-POE-ISO-2

We are very proud of our new ESP32-POE-ISO and delighted to announce it’s already in stock ready for order!

What we did with this improved version of the low cost ESP32-POE power over ethernet solution for IoT?

  1. As many requested we add 3000VDC galvanic insulation. Now you can program / debug while connected to PoE switch or router;
  2. Many asked for more GPIOs so we set SD-card in 1 bit mode and this way released 3 GPIO pins for other use;
  3. We got hints that new Espressif SDK allow ultra deep sleep modes for ESP32 and we re-designed the power supply part that now the ESP32-POE-ISO has consumption down to 200 uA (130uA of which are taken from ESP32-WROOM-32D module). The rest board without the module consumes just 70uA;
  4. As per your request now battery level has option to be monitored with the ESP32 ADC;
  5. There is External power detection option, so your software will be aware when run sole on battery and when have plenty of power.
  6. The Isolated DCDC we use is 2W and provides 400mA @5V, 100mA are reserved for the battery charge (available if no battery is connected) and 100mA are provided for ESP32, which leaves up to 200mA @5V for your additional circuit.

We love to listen to our customers and we did our the best to complete most of the requests we got with this new version.

3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. SK
    Apr 12, 2019 @ 23:18:14

    Hey, you should add all these details to the product pages – they are important for buyers, especially how much power can be provided (and how much is consumed). Also the new functionalities to sense battery level and external power presence from withing the ESP32 are nice.

    Reply

  2. Ravi U Rao
    Apr 14, 2019 @ 01:39:24

    NAS RAID

    Reply

  3. Harshad / Madhav
    Apr 27, 2019 @ 12:01:38

    Much Awaited board. Got one and really have issues with CH340 Driver on windows 10. Tried many available solutions still no way to get COM port when plugged in hardware with USB.

    Reply

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