Introduction to ThingHz- ESP32 based development board

Features

  • Onboard SHT31 Temperature and humidity sensor.
  • available power options: can be powered by battery, solar(PV cell) or USB
  • long-range antenna.
  • Battery charge indicator and signal LED
  • 18 GPIOs
  • wall mounted IP65 rated enclosure.

Open-Source materials

  • ThingHz provides a library of around 50+ IoT projects.
  • ThingHz PCB Designs and schematics.
  • Supports multiple programing environments like Arduino IDE, VS-Code and ESP-IDF

Hardware Specification

1. ESP32

2. ESP32 Peripherals

  • 18 Analog-to-Digital Converter (ADC) channels
  • 3 SPI interfaces
  • 3 UART interfaces
  • 2 I2C interfaces
  • 16 PWM output channels
  • 2 Digital-to-Analog Converters (DAC)
  • 2 I2S interfaces
  • 10 Capacitive sensing GPIOs

3. Temperature and Humidity Sensor

4. Power Options

Programming environments

  • Arduino IDE
  • Espressif IDF (IoT Development Framework)
  • Micropython

ThingHz mobile Application

Wrapping Up

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