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ESP32 MH-ET LIVE MiniKit (Wemos D1 Mini Compatible)

  • 99.00 AED
    • Ex Tax:99.00 AED
    • Product Code: ESP32 D1LIVE MiniKit
    • Availability: In Stock
    ESP32 Mini Development Board Wifi Bluetooth IoT Development Board is ESP-WROOM-32 dual-core CPU based WiFi-BT-BLE MCU module the MH-ET LIVE MiniKit for ESP32 uses the ESP32-WROOM-32 module. It is a very interesting development kit as it uses in the stackable Wemos D1 Mini format. Thus, all shields f..
    ESP32 Mini Development Board Wifi Bluetooth IoT Development Board is ESP-WROOM-32 dual-core CPU based WiFi-BT-BLE MCU module the MH-ET LIVE MiniKit for ESP32 uses the ESP32-WROOM-32 module. It is a very interesting development kit as it uses in the stackable Wemos D1 Mini format. Thus, all shields for Wemos D1 mini for ESP8266 can also be used with ESP32. This makes it possible to create different hardware configurations without the need for a soldering iron or a breadboard like Micro SD-Card Shield, RTC shield, Button Shield, RGB LED Shield exMH-ET LIVE MiniKit for ESP32 belongs to the class of general purpose boards where most ESP32 pins are broken out for easier connecting. 

    Application of ESP32 MH-ET LIVE Minikit (Wemos D1 Mini Compatible):
    Home automation.
    Industrial wireless control.
    RC toys.
    Wearable electronic products.
    Low power IoT sensor hub.
    Mesh networking.
    Video streaming of the camera.
    OTT TV box / set-top box device.
    Wireless speech recognition device.
    Wireless location-aware devices.

    Specifications:
    Current – Receiving: 80 mA.
    Voltage – Supply: 2.2 V ~ 3.6 V.
    Current – Transmitting: 80 mA.
    Data Rate: 54 Mbps.
    Frequency: 2.4 GHz.
    Mounting Type: Surface Mount.
    Operating Temperature: -40°C ~ 85°C.
    Power – Output: 16.5dBm.
    Protocol: 802.11b/g/n/d/e/i.
    RF Family/Standard: WiFi.
    Sensitivity: -98dBm.
    Serial Interfaces: I²C, I²S, SPI, UART.
    Integrated 520 KB SRAM.
    Hybrid Wi-FI & Bluetooth.
    High level of integration.
    Ultra-low-power management.
    4 MB Flash.
    On-board PCB antenna.

    board Pins Configuration 

    Pin Default Configuration* Optional Modules* Remarks / Prerequisites Configuration
    GPIO2
    PWM_DEV(0):0 / LED blue
        PWM Channels
    GPIO0 PWM_DEV(0):1     PWM Channels
    GPIO4 PWM_DEV(0):2     PWM Channels
    GPIO15 PWM_DEV(0):3     PWM Channels
    GPIO22 I2C_DEV(0):SCL     I2C Interfaces
    GPIO21 I2C_DEV(0):SDA     I2C Interfaces
    GPIO18 SPI_DEV(0):SCK     SPI Interfaces
    GPIO19 SPI_DEV(0):MISO     SPI Interfaces
    GPIO23 SPI_DEV(0):MOSI     SPI Interfaces
    GPIO5 SPI_DEV(0):CS0 SD Card CS when module sdcard_spi is used SPI Interfaces
    GPIO1 UART_DEV(0):TxD   Console (configuration is fixed) UART interfaces
    GPIO3 UART_DEV(0):RxD   Console (configuration is fixed) UART interfaces
    GPIO9 UART_DEV(1):TxD     UART interfaces
    GPIO10 UART_DEV(1):RxD     UART interfaces
    GPIO34 ADC_LINE(0)     ADC Channels
    GPIO35 ADC_LINE(1)     ADC Channels
    GPIO36 ADC_LINE(2)     ADC Channels
    GPIO39 ADC_LINE(3)     ADC Channels
    GPIO25 DAC_LINE(0)     DAC Channels
    GPIO13 -      
    GPIO12 -      
    GPIO14 -      
    GPIO16 - MRF24J40 RESET
    when module mrf24j40 is used
     
    GPIO17 - MRF24J40 INT
    when module mrf24j40 is used
     
    GPIO26 - MRF24J40 CS
    when module mrf24j40 is used
     
    GPIO27 -      
    GPIO32 -      
    GPIO33 -      


    Installing the board definitions:

    • Start the Arduino application and open Preferences
    • Enter https://dl.espressif.com/dl/package_esp32_index.json into the Additional Board Manager URLs field. If you need more than one, they can be separated with commas
    • Go to Tools > Board > Boards Manager
    • Search for esp32.
    • When found, select version 1.0.1 and click 

    Install Selecting the board and port

    • Select your board type by going to Tools > Board, then selecting MH ET LIVE ESP32MiniKit (you may have to scroll down the list to find it)
    • Check that Tools > Upload Speed is set to 115200
    • Next, you'll need to select the port under Tools > Port. Your port name should be something similar to the below:
    • On Mac OS: /dev/tty.usb.modem8232 or /dev/cu.SLAB_USB_toUART
    • On Windows: Com4 or Com3
    • On Linux: /dev/ttyUSB0 or /dev/ttyACM0

    If your port is not showing up or Port is greyed out, the first thing you should check is that the micro USB cable you're using is NOT a charge-only cable and that it isn't faulty. If your cable is working and supports data, but the port is still not showing, you probably need to install USB to UART Bridge VCP drivers on your computer. Click here, then download and install the drivers for your operating system. After installing the drivers, restart the Arduino IDE.

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