A dime sized (9mm radius) WiFi/Bluetooth coin based on the ESP32 chipsetDesigned by Femtoduino, Ships from United States of America
What is it? This is an ESP32 based WiFi/Bluetooth coin! It operates at 3.3V, and uses the ESP32-D2WD chipset (Internal 2MiB flash, dual core). It is the size of a US Dime coin (9mm radius) and can ...Read More…
This is an ESP32 based WiFi/Bluetooth coin! It operates at 3.3V, and uses the ESP32-D2WD chipset (Internal 2MiB flash, dual core). It is the size of a US Dime coin (9mm radius) and can fit just about anywhere! SPI/JTAG pins are available, and you can have 1.27mm headers soldered on for an additional fee if you don't feel comfortable soldering something this small.
The EAGLE PCB design files are open source and available in the official Femtoduino github repository.
NOTE: You will need a USB to UART adapter with 3.3V supply, as this chip is NOT 5V tolerant! (Adapter not provided.)
When uploading a sketch from Arduino, you will need:
Can be programmed with Arduino IDE, and MicroPython.
I want to provide the world's smallest open source coin boards with a variety of features. This product is meant to provide WiFi/Bluetooth features to projects that are constrained by size limits.
It's so small! There's nothing like it anywhere. If you need a small WiFi design, this is your coin!
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