Pmod ESP32

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Pmod ESP32
WiFi/BLE/Bt 4.1 Interface
Features
  • Wi-Fi, Bluetooth LE, and Bluetooth communication available
  • 20.5 dBm output power at the antenna
  • User button for resetting the processor after a mode switch
  • User switch for toggling between UART and SPI communication
  • Low power sleep mode for battery powered applications
  • 12-pin Pmod connector with SPI and UART interfaces
  • Follows Digilent Pmod Interface Specification Types 2A and 3A
Electrical
Bus
Specification Version
1.2.0
Logic Level
3.3V
Physical
Width
0.80 in (2.03 cm)
Length
2.0 in (5.08 cm)
J1 Pinout
Pin 1
RTS / SS
Pin 2
RXD / MOSI
Pin 3
TXD / MISO
Pin 4
CTS / SCK
Pin 5
GND
Pin 6
VCC
Pin 7
INT
Pin 8
EN
Pin 9
SELECT
Pin 10
GPIO
Pin 11
GND
Pin 12
VCC

The Digilent Pmod ESP32 features a radio with support for 802.11 b/g/n Wifi and dual-mode Bluetooth. This module is perfect for connecting your FPGA or microcontroller projects to your home network, the internet, or any bluetooth hardware. The Pmod ESP32 contains a Tensilica Xtensa microprocessor, which can be operated in slave mode with AT commands over a UART interface. Additionally, the Pmod ESP32 can be operated in standalone mode and run custom applications. In slave mode, the module can be configured as an access point to host a Wifi network, or a station to connect to an existing network. Slave mode functionality over UART is made easy through the use of a well documented AT command set. An additional UART port is provided on the top of the module for system debugging and firmware flashing. Standalone mode gives the user access to the full API and SDK provided by Espressif for operation through the use of the Xtensa tool-chain. The Pmod ESP32 is a great and cost-effective way to add WiFi and Bluetooth to any project.




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