Wemos LoLin32 new map of development ESP32 at € 6.45 with 4MB of memory and connector battery [Exclusive Guide]
Wemos, Chinese manufacturer that development and markets Wemos mini d1 and my shields just launched LoLin32 , my first card at base of the ESP32 of Espressif. The LoLin32 take a module ESP-wroom-32 , 4MB memory flash, a connector micro USB for programming as well as a connector for LiPo battery.
- Module ESP32: ESP-WROOM-32 to Espressif. dual core microprocessor @ 240 MHz with 4MB memory flash
- WiFi 802.11 b/g/n
- Bluetooth 4.0
- 26 x E/S digital (3.3V)
- 12 x entered analog
- UART, I2C, SPI, VP/VN, DAC
- Compatible Breadboard
- USB : 1 x micro USB port for power and the programming/debugging
- 5V via micro USB port
- connector for external LiPo battery (charging current: 500mA max).
- Weight: 5.8 grams
the LoLin32 Wemos is a more traditional than the Development Board Wemos mini d1 . With the LoLin32, Wemos abandons my concept of shields to stack (for now?). The Shields of the mini d1 are not compatible. We’re back to a format of Development Board for connected objects more traditional. Compared to the competition, the LoLin32 stands however slightly by proposing a LiPo battery connector. There is not yet information technical but it seems possible to charge the battery from the micro USB port. The connector is not specified but it seems identical to that of the shield battery ( presentation ), JST Connector XH2 – 2.54 mm . The page dedicated wiki is under construction.
The Wemos LiLo32 is now available on the official store of Wemos priced at €6,45 + postage (€ 8,10 in my case).