The ESP Programmer is the successor of [ESP8266 Programmer](https://easyeda.com/fabiano.riccardi/esp8266-programmer), a board to upload firmware on ESP8266, ESP32, and ESP32-S2. Like the predecessor, it benefits the USB-C connector, but it is improved replacing the CH340 with Silicon Labs CP2104 USB-serial converter (smaller footprint), adding 2 LEDs to show the status of RX and TX line and improv...
Homely WSN Basic Board V2 is an IoT board to collect environmental data (temperature, humidity, and pressure) and to push them to a centralized server through Wi-Fi. This is the enriched successor of the Basic Board V1, that improves different aspects:
- energy efficiency (lower consumption during deep-sleep)
- onboard recharge for single-cell Lipo battery
- measurement of battery level based on...
ESP8266 Programmer is a breakout board to upload firmware on ESP8266. It benefits of USB-C connector, the new de-facto standard on the market.
It is designed to be attached to Lolin/Wemos D1 mini shield. If you are not going to use this form factor, you can break the external frame, gaining some mm^2 ([video](https://youtu.be/vi9zZSLOqzo)). Despite the name, it can be also used to program ESP32 an...
**There is a newer version of this board available**
Version 2.0: https://easyeda.com/Miraculix200/esp32-s2-test_copy
Breadboard friendly minimal dev board for ESP32-S2 Wrover or Wroom
With MCP1825 voltage regulator (500mA)
Breadboard friendly minimal breakout board for ESP32-S2 Wrover or Wroom
* XC6220 voltage regulator (6V max, 1000mA max, 8uA quiescent current) for battery operation
* All pins except GPIO26
* FTDI header for flashing with FTDI Basic and similar boards
* Uses about 53uA in deep sleep, like the smaller version here: https://easyeda.com/Miraculix200/s2-tiny
Soldering the GND pad in the middle is no...
This is the reference design of ESP32-S2, as provided by Espressif in the [original document](https://dl.espressif.com/dl/schematics/ESP32-S2-SAOLA-1_V1.1_schematics.pdf). This schematic will help you to start new projects on EasyEDA without redesigning everything from scratch.