PCB designed to connect a D32 Pro ESP32 board to a BrewPi-ESP buildDesigned by Fermentrack in United States of America
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Partially assembled BrewPi-ESP32 "AIO TFT" PCB for the LoLin D32 Pro This PCB was designed for the BrewPi-ESP32 project, and connects a Lolin D32 or D32 Pro to the BrewPi-ESP sensor breakout PCB and …Read More…
This PCB was designed for the BrewPi-ESP32 project, and connects a Lolin D32 or D32 Pro to the BrewPi-ESP sensor breakout PCB and to a 5V 2-channel relay board. This board supports three options for connections to a screen, including:
This PCB fits the screw holes on my generic BrewPi-ESP case base.
This PCB is part of the BrewPi-ESP project. The original BrewPi project is an open-source temperature controller for the purpose of controlling beer, mead, and wine fermentation temperatures incredibly accurately, using a small microcontroller (originally an Arduino), a relay, some temperature sensors, and a Raspberry Pi. This project reimplements the open source BrewPi firmware on both the ESP8266 and ESP32.
This PCB is designed to allow connecting an ESP32 to the other hardware necessary to run the BrewPi firmware and control fermentation temperatures for your brewery. This specific board was designed to use a LoLin D1 Pro ESP32 microcontroller and integrate with a 2-channel relay board and one of the screen options mentioned above. This PCB supports the use of dupont connectors for connecting the relay which allows for a very compact design. This PCB allows for the use of both SMD and TH components - though this build has been assembled using SMD components. This PCB also includes user-selectable OneWire voltage, enabling a broad range of temperature sensors.
This board does not have terminals for directly connecting temperature sensors - it is intended to be connected to a separate RJ-45 sensor board via an ethernet cable.
This PCB comes partially assembled. Although the SMD components are already mounted, several of the TH components (not included) will require soldering.
To complete your BrewPi build you will need (not included) a Lolin D32 or D32 Pro, 5v 2A power supply, 5v 2-channel relay board, and the jumper that typically comes with that 5v 2-channel relay board. You will also need the requisite hardware for the screen depending on the option you select. You will also need a BrewPi-ESP sensor breakout board (with attached temperature sensors) and an ethernet cable to connect the sensor breakout board to this "main" PCB.
This board is compatible with my BrewPi-ESP case design. Be sure to select the "D32 Pro TFT" case lid when ordering.
This PCB includes all SMD components pre-soldered to the board. The specific pieces included from the original BoM include:
|10k 0805 Resistor||4|
|4.7k 0805 Resistor||1|
|0.1uF (100nF) 0805 Capacitor||2|
|1.0uF 0805 Capacitor||2|
In addition to this PCB, you will need additional parts. Not included (but required for use) are the following:
|RJ45 Modular Jack w/o shield||1|
|2-terminal Screw Clamp||1|
|4-Pin Male Pin Header||2|
|3-Pin Male Pin Header||1|
|2-Pin Male Pin Header||1|
|16-Pin Female Pin Header||2|
|10-Pin (2x5) Box Header||1|
These components can be optionally included if selected during purchase.
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