Makers, hobbyists, developers and electronic enthusiasts searching for a way to easily add wireless and Bluetooth connectivity to the next project may be interested in the open source SuperB module. Once the demonstration video below to learn more about the Bee-compatible ESP32 module designed and created by Macchina.
Features & Specifications
– Open source hardware
– XBee form-factor compatible (3.3 V levels, UART, SPI and GPIOs broken out to headers)
– Based on popular ESP32 SoC
– Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g/n)
– Bluetooth (Classic and BLE)
– Programmable with many tools, including Arduino IDE
– OTA (Over-the-Air) flashing capable
– Dual Core processor up to 240 MHz
– Integrated 4 MB flash – we may upgrade this to 16 MB
– Sleep current is less than 5 μA
– Fully certified with integrated antenna and software stacks
– One programmable LED
“SuperB was originally designed for use with another Macchina product – the M2, which is the open source OBD2 connector and dev board for car hacking. SuperB was designed based on feedback from the car hacking community, but motivated by our desire to avoid tripping over so many wires ourselves. M2 is also available for purchase during this campaign, so you can get the complete kit. It’s great for vehicle tuning, diagnostics, total customization, security, telematics, or prototyping, and works with just about any car manufactured after 1996.”
For more details on the SuperB Bee-compatible ESP32 module jump over to the Crowd Supply website by following the link below where it is available to purchase from $23 with free shipping throughout the United States included, and worldwide shipping available from $15.
Source: Crowd Supply
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