ESP32 monster board with Ether (LAN8720A), CAN bus (SN65HVD232DR), OLED (SH1106), Lipo-charger and FTDI(rev1), CP2102(rev2) interface(1 Review) Designed by Microwavemont (Tokyo, Japan)
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This board is taken over by new "GRANDE" version. Please refer New version WHAT'S NEW in Rev 2.0? USB interface IC is changed from FTDI FT231XS to Silicon Labs. CP2102. The handling is exactly the ...Read More…
This board is taken over by new "GRANDE" version. Please refer New version
WHAT'S NEW in Rev 2.0?
USB interface IC is changed from FTDI FT231XS to Silicon Labs. CP2102. The handling is exactly the same as Rev.1 with FTDI chip.
ESP32 monster board with Ether(LAN8720A), CAN bus(SN65HVD232DR), OLED(SH1106), Lipo-charger and FTDI interface (FTDI is changed to Silicon Labs CP2102 by Rev 2.0)
ESP32 is really capable MCU not limited to simple WiFi application. I've just tried to explore its potential.
100BASE-TX Ethernet (Microchip LAN8720A)
CAN-bus transceiver (SN65HVD232DR) on-board
1.3 inch OLED (SH1106) on-board
FTDI programming interface on-board (Rev.2 has CP2102)
LiPo charger on-board
Note for use
Please prepare single cell LiPo battery (3.7V), which is NOT included. LiPo is a member for operation, and not optional one. Even not the case of standalone (PC-connected operation), please connect LiPo battery to this board for operation. Any capacity is acceptable but larger one leads to longer standalone operation.
Ether and CAN programming requires ESP-IDF environment and still not by Arduino IDE. Utilizing full function requires some good experience of ESP32 (not proper for real beginner).
Mark | July 3, 2017
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