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Wi-Fi microcontroller

29 May 2019 DSP, Micros & Memory Switches, Relays & Keypads

The ESP32-S2 from Espressif Systems is a highly integrated, low-power, 2,4 GHz Wi-Fi microcontroller SoC (system-on-chip) supporting Wi-Fi HT40 and 43 general-purpose I/Os. Based on an Xtensa single-core 32-bit LX7 processor, it can be clocked at up to 240 MHz.

With advanced power management and RF performance, I/O capabilities and security features, the device is applicable to a wide variety of IoT or connectivity-based applications, including smart home and wearables. With its integrated Xtensa core, it is sufficient for building demanding connected devices without requiring external microcontrollers.

By leveraging Espressif’s ESP-IDF software development framework, developers can achieve a balance of performance and cost to bring faster and more secure IoT connectivity solutions to the market.



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