FROGO PINS ESP32 WROVER KITDesigned by Fred, Ships from China
ESP32 WROVER has the most advanced features of the ESP32. If you want your IOT device to be connected with the external SRAM, LCD, Cameras etc. it has got you covered. It also has external antenna...Read More…
ESP32 WROVER has the most advanced features of the ESP32. If you want your IOT device to be connected with the external SRAM, LCD, Cameras etc. it has got you covered.
It also has external antenna which is an advantage for remote devices. I have created this kit for the hobbyist who likes to enjoy the advanced features of ESP32. Most importantly you can remove ESP32-WROVER module easily for prototyping.
Built-in charging circuit to recharge Lipo Batteries (optional) ( Batteries not included)
CP2104-USB to Serial Programmer
What's in the box:
1.Frog ESP32-WROVER Board
(Though this board has a built-in lipo charger but it does not come with a lipo battery , you must purchase on your own)
If you know how to use ESP32 board already this will be a piece of cake to get started.
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Tracking available , If you don't want tracking please let me know ! you will be able to save a dollar! but its not recommended.
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I am a medical doctor currently living and working in china. I have a degree in electronics and its my hobby and passion to make DIY electronics time to time.
When I first arrived in China I discovered a world of cheap electronic components from which I could make practically anything I wanted. I started making things for myself then moved on to making gifts for my friends. Pretty soon, my services were in demand from others: hobbyists, small IOT investors, university professors. I bought components online and shipped kits to my customers in Europe and America.
Building custom-made products in small quantities wasn't easy. But slowly, with the help of friends we built our own factory — a small house, more like a garage, actually — where we designed, produced and programmed our own PCBs.
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