August 31, 2017
Members of ESP32.com forum will recognise Neil Kolban as one of its more prolific commentator and posters. As well as his great contributions to the forum he has also put together a great book on the ESP32 hardware and software. He constantly reviews and keeps it up to date so its a bastion of ESP32 knowledge. You can find a copy here:
May 29, 2017
After a couple of failed attempts I’ve finally got my hands on a ESP32 module.
My first couple of ebay purchases failed to arrived, which is becoming a regular thing with ebay at the moment.
I’ve got a couple of ideas for using the WIFI in a standalone WIFI hub, so its time to fire up the soldering iron
July 29, 2016
The WIFI enabled ESP8266 is one of those great chips to quote an old tradesman’s saying “it just does what it says on the tin”.
It’s only been around for a few short years but it’s made a great impact in the boom in WIFI enabled projects and products.
Building on this success of the ESP8266, Espressif announced the ESP32 late last year (2015).
As well as WIFI the ESP32 also features:
- Dual Core 32-bit Micros
- RAM 512KB
- ROM 128KB
- UART x2
- SPI x4
- I2C x2
- I2S x2
- GPIO x36
- ADC 12-bit x16
- DAC 10-bit x2
With the ESP32 August release date fast approaching you can now find more solid information on its capabilities. Here’s a few links to wet your appetite: