The ESP32 MicroPython(LOLIN32 Lite) is a compact, low-budget ESP32 board that has a 32-bit dual core microcontroller that runs at 240MHz. It has 4MB of flash storage, and can be programmed in a range of languages, including microPython, LUA, and Arduino. It can be powered via micro USB or lithium polymer batteries with a 500mA max charging current. A set of matching 13 pin headers(standard 0.1" type) are included, that can be soldered to the board, and are useful for mounting on a breadboard.
This board is also often called the "WeMos Lite LOLIN32 V1.0.0".
This board is a lite version of the ESP32 Wemos Lolin32 board. For a comparison of these two boards, see this page.this page:
By default, the firmware that comes with this board accepts AT commands.
The core of this board is the ESP32-D0WDQ6 System-in-Package (SiP) module with complete Wi-Fi and Bluetooth functionalities.
The development board features a USB-UART Bridge circuit which allows developers to connect the board to a computer’s USB port for flashing, debugging and power.
This board has two rows of standard 0.1”(2.54mm) header pads on both sides for easy access. The pin headers are 0.9" apart, allowing it to be mounted on a breadboard or prototype board with a standard 0.1" grid.
It can be powered via USB or via the battery connector. The battery connector is a standard 2.0mm PH type connector. VERY IMPORTANT! Ensure the polarity of the battery is correct before connecting it!
- Lastest ESP32 Version: REV1
- 4 MB of Flash
- Lithium battery interface, 500mA Max charging current
- Serial interface CH340G
- Micro USB connector for power and serial interface to ESP32
- Size: 49.5mm x 25.5mm
- Firmware defect: Lastest MicroPython firmware
- Maximum serial transmission speed: 256000bps
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