The AZ-Delivery Dev Kit C was designed by Espressif to provide an easy introduction to programming the new ESP32 dual-core processor. With a variety of new sensors and functions, this board represents the next step in IoT development.
- As with the predecessor model ESP8266, the WLAN functionality is implemented directly in the SoC, but with additional Bluetooth function (incl. BLE).
- The ESP32 processor used combines a CPU with 2 Tensilica LX6 cores, clocked at up to 240 MHz, and 512 kilobytes of SRAM in a single microcontroller chip.
- It also integrates a radio unit for WLAN (according to 802.11bgn) and Bluetooth (Classic and LE).
|Power supply voltage (USB)||5V|
|Required operating current||Min. 500mA|
|Clock frequency range||80 MHz / 240MHz|
|External flash memory||4MB|
|Interfaces||SPI, I2C, I2S, Can, Uart|
|Wi-fi protocols||802.11 b/g/n (802.11n up to 150 Mbps)|
|Wi-Fi frequency||2.4 GHz - 2.5 GHz|
|Bluetooth||V4.2 - BLE and Classic Bluetooth|
Digital and GPIO pins
The 32 pins provide UART, I2C, SPI, DAC, ADC (12 bit) and all GPIO pins can be used as an input or output.
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