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ESP32-S2 development board with USB host and device functionality USB-OTG
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|10 - 49 pcs||8.06 EUR|
|50 - 10000 pcs||7.16 EUR|
ESP32-DevKit-LiPo is OSHW certified
Open Source Hardware with UID BG000076
ESP32-S2 is a highly integrated, low-power, single-core Wi-Fi Microcontroller SoC, designed to be secure and cost-effective, with a high performance and a rich set of IO capabilities.
Compared to ESP32, ESP32-S2 is only single core and miss the Ethernet and Bluetooth connectivity, but have much mode GPIOs which were missing in ESP32.
The typical use is for WiFi enabled devices. ESP32-S2 supports low power modes including deep sleep that goes as low as 20uA.
ESP32-S2-DevKit-Lipo-USB board is pin-to-pin compatible with Espressif ESP32-Saola-1, but adds Lipo charger and the ability to work on LiPo power when external power supply is missing, allowing handheld applications.
ESP32-S2-DevKit-Lipo-USB uses the build-in USB interface and can work as host and device, even when powered by the LiPo battery.
All components used are with industrial grade oprating temperature -40+85C. Variants:ESP32-S2-DevKit-Lipo-USB-EA
comes with ESP32-S2-WROOM module with U.FL connector and external antenna attached.ESP32-S2-WROVER-DevKit-LiPo-USB
comes with ESP32-S2-WROVER module with 4MB Flash and 2MB PSRAM. Power consumption of ESP32-WROVER-DevKit-Lipo is 65 uA in deep sleep mode.ESP32-S2-WROVER-DevKit-LiPo-USB-EA
comes with ESP32-S2-WROVER module with 4MB Flash and 2MB PSRAM and external antenna attached.
ESP32-S2-DevKit-Lipo-USB can be programmed via the build in USB interface, but the board also has provision for external programmer like ESP-PROG for gang programming.
- ESP32-S2-WROOM WiFi/BLE module or ESP32-S2-WROVER module
- RGB LED
- User button, Reset button
- Micro USB-OTG connector
- Can work as USB host or USB device
- Built-in LiPo battery charger
- LiPo battery connector
- PCB dimensions: (1.9 x 1.1)" ~ (4.8 x 2.8)cm
- Operating temperature: -40+85C
- I can't program the board, it doesn't want to connect to the software. Drivers and environment seem fine. What can be the problem?
- Remember to put the board in bootloader mode. This is done manually via the buttons - press and hold button BUT1, press and release button RST1, release button BUT1. After programming is done, remember to manually reset the board via RST1 button to leave bootloader mode.