• ESP32-DevKitC

    Jump right into what matters - start prototyping with our latest SoC, the ESP32.

    ESP32-DevKitC is a low-footprint, minimal system development board which is powered by our latest ESP-WROOM-32 module and can be easily adjusted to a breadboard.

ESP32-DevKitC

SDKs & Demos

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ESP32 IDF

Espressif IoT Development Framework. Official development framework for ESP32.

RTOS SDK V2.1.1 2017.11.20

Documentation

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Ordering Information
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Espressif's Chip-Packing Information

This document summarizes the packing requirements of Espressif’s chip products, including the packing method, packing-material dimensions, standard packing quantity, labels, dry-packing requirements and marking conventions.

PDF V1.2 2017.08.08
Espressif Products Ordering Information

Espressif products' ordering information.

PDF V1.3 2017.09.30
Data Sheet
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ECO and Workarounds for Bugs in ESP32

This document details the bugs in the ESP32.

PDF V1.3 2017.06.06
ESP-PSRAM32 Datasheet

This document provides the specs of ESP-PSRAM32.

PDF V1.1 2017.08.30
ESP32-PICO-D4 Datasheet

This document introduces the specifications of ESP32-PICO-D4 hardware, including overview, pin definitions, functional description, peripherals, and electrical characteristics, etc.

PDF V1.0 2017.08.31
ESP32 Datasheet

This document introduces the specifications of ESP32 hardware, including overview, pin definitions, functional description, peripherals, and electrical characteristics, etc.

PDF V1.9 2017.10.26
Design Guideline
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ESP32 Hardware Design Guidelines

The guidelines outline recommended design practices when developing standalone or add-on systems based on the ESP32 series of products, including ESP32, the ESP-WROOM-32 module, and ESP32-DevKitC — the development board.

PDF V1.9 2017.06.28
Technical References
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ESP32 Technical Reference Manual

The manual provides detailed and complete information on how to use the ESP32 memory and peripherals.

PDF V2.5 2017.11.10
Getting Started
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ESP-IDF Getting Started Guide

ESP-IDF getting started guide.

HTML latest 2017.07.28
ESP32 AT Instruction Set and Examples

This document introduces the ESP32 AT commands, explains how to use them and provides examples of several common AT commands.

PDF V1.0.0 2017.11.17
Application Notes
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ESP32 Flash Encryption Guide

This document introduces the flash encryption feature of ESP32.

HTML V1.0 2017.07.27
JTAG Debugging for ESP32

This document provides a guide to installing OpenOCD for ESP32 and debugging using GDB.

HTML V1.1 2017.08.02
User Guide
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Simple-Pair User Guide

This document introduces the Simple-Pair technology developed by Espressif. The document focuses on Simple-Pair features, their uses and the demo code.

PDF V1.0 2016.07.20
ESP32 Bluetooth Networking User Guide

This document provides examples of using ESP32 for Bluetooth Networking for IoT devices, and introduces APIs related to networking development.

PDF V1.0 2017.03.09

Tools

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ESP32 Certification and Test

Bin files and instructions on how to test ESP32 to meet the certification requirements.

ZIP V1.5 2017.11.02
Flash Download Tools (ESP8266 & ESP32)
Windows PC V3.6.2 2017.11.16

AT

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ESP-WROOM-32 AT Bin V0.10

This is the first release of ESP32 AT firmware, which supports AT commands through UART. 

Please note that only Wi-Fi related functions are supported in this version. BLE-related functions will be supported in future release.

Bin V0.10 2017.06.14
ESP32-WROVER AT Bin V0.10

The ESP32 sends AT commands through UART1 by default, for ESP32-WROVER, it is:

* GPIO19 is RXD

* GPIO22 is TXD

* GPIO14 is RTS

* GPIO15 is CTS

Bin V0.10 2017.09.18
ESP-WROOM-32 AT Bin V1.0
Bin V1.0.0 2017.11.17
ESP32-WROVER AT Bin V1.0
Bin V1.0.0 2017.11.17