For easy prototyping and interfacing choose Espressif's development boards! The all-in-one DevKits below are all you need to develop your own IoT
Built as a basic Evaluation board for various ESP32 based modules, ESP32-DEV-KITC is very popular among ESP32 based designers.Most of the I/O pins on
the module are broken out to the pin headers on both sides for easy interfacing. Developers can either connect peripherals with jumper wires or mount
the board on a breadboard.
Get right into application design and development without worrying about RF performance and antenna design.
The ESP32-DevKitC has your basic system requirements already covered. Just plug in the USB cable and you are good to go!
Flexible and Feature-Rich:
The ESP32-DevKitC contains the entire basic support circuitry for the ESP modules, including the USB-UART bridge, reset- and boot-mode buttons,
LDO regulator and a micro-USB connector. Every important GPIO is available to the developer.
The ESP32-DevKitC pinout is optimized for prototyping on a breadboard. The on-board LDO output is led out for powering additional off-board electronics.
Peripheral outputs are grouped together for hassle-free prototyping.
The new ESP-WROVER-KIT supports the most distinguishing features of the ESP32. Whether you need external pSRAM
for IoT applications, or an LCD+camera interface, we have you covered!
Built-in USB-JTAG Debugger:
Bogged down by bugs? We came up with a solution! The ESP32 supports JTAG debugging, while the ESP-WROVER-KIT integrates a USB debugger, as well. This makes debugging and tracing complex applications very easy, without the need for any additional hardware.
ESP32 is engineered to be fast, smart and versatile. The ESP-WROVER-KIT complements these characteristics by offering on-board high speed Micro SD card interface, VGA camera interface, as well as 3.2�h SPI LCD panel and I/O expansion capabilities.
Have you been developing your applications around the ESP-WROOM-32 module? Not only does the ESP-WROVER-KIT support the popular ESP-WROOM-32 module, but it also supports the new ESP32-WROVER module, which is coming soon!