ESP32-WROOM-32D WiFi & Bluetooth Dual-Mode Module

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The ESP32-WROOM-32D is a WiFi & Bluetooth dual-mode dual-core wireless communication module launched by Espressif Systems.It has a dual-core 32-bit MCU, which integrates WiFi HT40 and Bluetooth/BLE 4.2 technology inside.

ESP32 WiFi & Bluetooth Dual-Core MCU Module

Compared to the arduino ESP8266 (the previous generation), the ESP32 wifi and bluetooth chip (also known as ESP wroom 32) has a significant performance improvement. It is equipped with a high-performance dual-core Tensilica LX6 MCU. One core handles high speed connection and the other for standalone application development. The dual-core MCU has a 240 MHz frequency and a computing power of 600 DMIPS.

In addition, it supports Wi-Fi HT40, Classic Bluetooth/BLE 4.2, and more GPIO resources.

ESP32 WiFi & Bluetooth Dual-Core MCU Module Functionality

ESP32 chip (ESP wroom 32) integrates a wealth of hardware peripherals, including capacitive touch sensors, Hall sensors, low noise sensor amplifiers, SD card interfaces, Ethernet interfaces, high-speed SDIO / SPI, UART, I2S and I2C, etc.

ESP32 WiFi & Bluetooth Dual-Core MCU Module Pins

ESP32 WiFi & Bluetooth Dual-Core MCU Module Support Arduino Programming

Support Arduino Programming

Engineered for mobile devices, wearable electronics and Internet of Things (IoT) applications, the ESP32 wroom 32 achieves ultra-low power consumption with a combination of several proprietary software applications. The state-of-the-art power saving features include fine resolution clock gating, power modes, and dynamic power scaling.

ESP32 WiFi & Bluetooth Dual-Core MCU Module Ultra Low Power Management

ESP32 WiFi & Bluetooth Dual-Core MCU Module Schematic

The ESP32-WROOM-32D module, launched by Espressif Systems,uses the ESP32 chip. It has integrated electronic peripherals, external expansion of all GPIO pins, an onboard antenna, stamp hole design and easy mass production. It can be used for product development, integrated design and many more applications.

Arduino IDE + Minimal HW Setup for ESP32-WROOM-32D

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ESP32 Arduino Tutorials List:

Arduino IDE for Building Compiling Environment of ESP32

FireBeetle Board-ESP32 Projects - Let your cigarette lighter wearable

How to Make a Low-Power-Consumption Fruit Battery By Use Of A Firebeetle Board-ESP32

ESP32 Tutorial: MicroPython support

How to Make a Smart Colorful Light
 Based On FireBeetle ESP32 IOT Microcontroller

ESP32 MicroPython Tutorial: Parsing JSON

FireBeetle Board-ESP32 Tutorials: Reforming a Small electric Fan

ESP32 MicroPython Tutorial: Encoding JSON

Application Tutorials of FireBeetle Board - ESP32 BLE: Smarten a Plugboard

ESP32 / ESP8266 MicroPython Tutorial: HTTP GET Requests

ESP32 / ESP8266 MicroPython Tutorial: Automatic connection to WiFi

ESP32 MicroPython Tutorial: Using SHA-256

ESP32 / ESP8266 MicroPython: HTTP POST Requests

ESP32 MicroPython Tutorial: Executing scripts with uPyCraft

ESP32 MicroPython Tutorial: Getting started with the uPyCraft IDE

ESP32 / ESP8266 MicroPython Tutorial: Working with lists

ESP32 / ESP8266 MicroPython Tutorial: Lambda functions

ESP32 / ESP8266 MicroPython Tutorial: Applying filter function to lists

ESP32 / ESP8266 MicroPython Tutorial: Working with dictionaries

ESP32 / ESP8266 MicroPython Tutorial: Applying map function to lists

ESP32 MicroPython Tutorial: Changing the HTTP response content-type of Picoweb route

ESP32 MicroPython Tutorial: HTTP Webserver with Picoweb

ESP32 Arduino Tutorial: FreeRTOS queues performance test

ESP32 MicroPython Tutorial: Serving HTML from the file system in Picoweb

ESP32 Picoweb Tutorial: Obtaining the HTTP Method of the request

ESP32 MicroPython Tutorial: Developing a simple URL query string parser

ESP32 Picoweb: Changing the returned HTTP code

ESP32 / ESP8266 MicroPython Tutorial: String split method

ESP32 MicroPython Tutorial: Passing arguments to a thread function

ESP32 MicroPython Tutorial: Timer interrupts

ESP32 MicroPython Tutorial: Getting the query parameters on a Picoweb app

ESP32 MicroPython Tutorial: Creating a thread

ESP32 Arduino tutorial: Websocket server over soft AP

ESP32 Arduino Tutorial: Websocket server

ESP32 Tutorial (Arduino Websocket server): Receiving and parsing JSON content

ESP32 MicroPython Tutorial: External interrupts

ESP32 Arduino Tutorial: Asynchronous HTTP webserver

ESP32 RFID Tutorial: Printing the MFRC522 firmware version

ESP32 Arduino Tutorial: Websocket client

ESP32 Arduino SSD1306 OLED: Redrawing a string

ESP32 Arduino Tutorial: Software reset

ESP32 Arduino Tutorial: Interacting with a SSD1306 OLED display

ESP32 / ESP8266 Arduino: Serial communication with Python

ESP32 Arduino SSD1306 OLED: Drawing a QR Code

ESP32 Arduino Tutorial: Base64 enconding

ESP32 Arduino async HTTP server: Serving a HTML page from PROGMEM

ESP32 Arduino Tutorial async HTTP server: Serving HTML

ESP32 Arduino Tutorial HTTP server: Running multiple server instances

ESP32 Arduino Tutorial HTTP server: Getting query parameters

ESP32 Arduino Tutorial: Random Number Generation

ESP32 Arduino Tutorial: Getting the Free Heap

ESP-WROOM-32 Tutorial: Uploading a program with Arduino IDE

ESP32 Arduino Tutorial: External interrupts

ESP32 Arduino Tutorial: Using the pthreads library

ESP32 Tutorial Getting started with the aREST library

ESP32 Arduino HTTP server: external and internal redirects

ESP32 Tutorial: ESP32 Arduino HTTP server: route not found handling

ESP32 Arduino: HTTP server over soft AP

ESP8266 Arduino Tutorial: Software restart

ESP32 Arduino Tutorial: Basic Authentication

ESP32 Projects: Mail Alarm

ESP32 Arduino async server Tutorial: Controlling HTTP methods allowed

ESP32 Arduino HTTP Server: Serving HTML and JavaScript

ESP32 Arduino Tutorial: Serial communication over Bluetooth Hello World

ESP32 Arduino Bluetooth Classic: Setting the device name

ESP32 Arduino Bluetooth over Serial: Receiving data

ESP32 Arduino: Getting the Bluetooth Device Address

ESP32 HTTP server: Multiple methods allowed on same route

ESP32 Arduino Tutorial: Variable length arrays

ESP32 Arduino web server: getting client IP

ESP32 Arduino Tutorial: Controlling a relay

ESP32 Arduino: Using structs as items in FreeRTOS queues

Mongoose OS on ESPer/Bare ESP32

ESP32 Arduino: Encryption using AES-128 in ECB mode

ESP32 Arduino: Getting temperature from a DHT22 sensor

ESP32 Arduino Bluetooth: Finding the device with Python

ESP32 / ESP8266 Arduino: Initializer list

ESP32 / ESP8266 Arduino: Bitwise shift operators

ESP32 / ESP8266 Tutorial: Class constructors

ESP32 Arduino web server: Get free heap and reset device remotely

ESP32 Arduino Tutorial: Getting weather data from API

ESP32 / ESP8266 Arduino Tutorial: Using structs

ESP32 / ESP8266 Arduino: The typedef keyword

ESP32 Espruino: convert number to string in different bases

ESP32 Arduino: Applying the HMAC SHA-256 mechanism

ESP32 Espruino Tutorial: Array every method

ESP32 Espruino Tutorial: Creating simple JavaScript objects

ESP32 Espruino: Array map method

ESP32 Espruino Tutorial: Applying the SHA1 hash algorithm

ESP32 Espruino Tutorial: Scanning WiFi Networks

ESP32 Picoweb Tutorial: Serving JSON content

ESP32 / ESP8266 Arduino: The auto keyword

ESP32 Arduino Tutorial: Communication between tasks using FreeRTOS queues

ESP32 / ESP8366 Arduino: Creating a simple class

ESP32 Arduino Tutorial: FreeRTOS Queues

ESP32 Arduino Tutorial: Getting available messages and free spaces of FreeRTOS queue

ESP32 IDF Tutorial: Setting a soft AP

ESP32 Arduino Tutorial: Inserting in front and back of FreeRTOS queues

ESP32 Arduino tutorial: Internal Hall sensor measurements

ESP32 Arduino Tutorial: Setting a soft AP

ESP32 Bluetooth Tutorial: Receiving data through RFCOMM

ESP32 Bluetooth tutorial: Advertising a SPP service with SDP

ESP32 Arduino Tutorial: HTTP POST Requests to Bottle application

ESP32 Bluetooth Tutorial: Finding the device with Python and BTStack

ESP32 Arduino Tutorial: Controlling a buzzer with PWM

ESP32 Bluetooth Tutorial: Using the BTstack library

FireBeetle ESP32 Tutorial: Blinking the on board LED

ESP32 Arduino Tutorial: Getting started with WiFi

FireBeetle ESP32 Arduino Tutorial: Hello World

ESP32 Arduino Tutorial: LED PWM fading

ESP32 Arduino tutorial: Getting humidity measurements from a DHT22 sensor

ESP32 / ESP8266 MicroPython Tutorial: Running a script from the file system

ESP32 Arduino: DHT22 Minimum Sampling Period

ESP32 / ESP8266 MicroPython Tutorial: Uploading files to the file system

ESP32 / ESP8266 MicroPython Tutorial: Writing a file

ESP32 / ESP8266 MicroPython Tutorial: Reading a file

ESP32 Arduino Tutorial: Setting a socket server

ESP32 Arduino: Using an infrared CO2 sensor

ESP32 Arduino: Getting the SDK version

ESP32 Socket Server: Connecting from a Putty socket Client

ESP32 Arduino: Temperature, humidity and CO2 concentration web server

ESP32 Arduino Tutorial: Decrypt AES-128 in ECB mode

ESP32 Arduino Tutorial: Sending data with socket client

ESP32 Arduino Tutorial Socket server: Getting remote client IP

ESP32 Arduino Tutorial mbed TLS: using the SHA-256 algorithm

ESP32 Espruino Tutorial: Listing property names of objects

ESP32 Espruino Tutorial: Converting an object to a JSON string

ESP32 Espruino Tutorial: Deserializing JSON

ESP32 Arduino Tutorial: Obtaining MAC address of stations connected to soft AP

ESP32 Espruino Tutorial: Get SDK version, free heap and software reset

ESP32 Espruino Tutorial: Adding properties to previously created object

ESP32 / ESP8266 Arduino Tutorial: Bitwise AND operator

ESP32 Espruino DHT22 Tutorial: Getting temperature and humidity

ESP32 / ESP8266 Arduino Tutorial: Conditional operator

Make an HTTP request to get weather info with Zerynth

ESP32 JavaScript Espruino Tutorial: String interpolation

Raspberry Pi Flask Tutorial: Receiving HTTP GET Request from ESP32

Raspberry Pi 3 Flask Tutorial: Receiving HTTP POST Request from ESP32

ESP32 Arduino Tutorial: PIR motion sensor

ESP32 Arduino Tutorial: PIR motion sensor and interrupts

ESP32 Arduino Tutorial: Alarm with PIR motion sensor and buzzer


CPU and Memory
• Xtensa® Dual-Core 32-bit LX6 microprocessors, up to 600 DMIPS
• 448 KByte ROM
• 520 KByte SRAM
• 16 KByte SRAM in RTC
• QSPI Flash/SRAM, up to 4 x 16 MBytes
• Power supply: 2.2 V to 3.6 V
Clocks and Timers
• Internal 8 MHz oscillator with calibration
• Internal RC oscillator with calibration
• External 2 MHz to 40 MHz crystal oscillator
• External 32 kHz crystal oscillator for RTC with calibration
• Two timer groups, including 2 x 64-bit timers and 1 x main watchdog in each group
• RTC timer with sub-second accuracy
• RTC watchdog
Advanced Peripheral Interfaces
• 12-bit SAR ADC up to 18 channels
• 2 × 8-bit D/A converters
• 10 × touch sensors
• Temperature sensor
• 4 × SPI
• 2 × I2S
• 2 × I2C
• 3 × UART
• 1 host (SD/eMMC/SDIO)
• 1 slave (SDIO/SPI)
• Ethernet MAC interface with dedicated DMA and IEEE 1588 support
• CAN 2.0
• IR (TX/RX)
• Motor PWM
• LED PWM up to 16 channels
• Hall sensor
• Ultra low power analog pre-amplifier
Development Support
• SDK Firmware for fast on-line programming
• Open source toolchains based on GCC
Operating Temperature Range: -40 ° C to + 85 ° C

Package size: 18mm x 25mm x 3mm


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