• Development Boards

    For easy prototyping and easy interfacing choose Espressif’s development boards! Powered by our new SoCs, the all-in-one dev kits are all you need to develop your own IoT applications.

2.4 GHz Wi-Fi & BT/BLE Development Boards
2.4 GHz Wi-Fi Development Boards
2.4 GHz Wi-Fi + BT/BLE + Sensor Development Boards


2.4 GHz Wi-Fi & BT/BLE Development Boards

Features

  • PC connectivity: USB
  • Power supply options: USB (by default), or 5V/GND header pins, or 3V3/GND header pins
  • SDK: ESP-IDF source code and example applications
Boards Description Flash / PSRAM Interfaces UI Related Products Getting Started
ESP32-PICO-KIT

ESP32-PICO-KIT is Espressif's smallest development board, as it fits into a mini breadboard. It is fully functional with the minimum number of discrete components, while it has all the ESP32 pins exposed.

4 MB Flash

  • I/O
  • USB
Buttons, LEDs ESP32-PICO-D4
Getting Started
ESP-WROVER-KIT

ESP-WROVER-KIT is Espressif’s versatile development board. With a rich list of features, such as on-board LCD, JTAG, camera header, RGB LEDs, etc., it is ready to accommodate different modules: either ESP32-WROVER or ESP-WROOM-32. Several pin headers and jumpers make the connectivity and configuration of our ESP-WROVER-KIT highly flexible.

4 MB Flash+4 MB PSRAM

  • I/O
  • JTAG
  • USB
  • Camera
  • RGB LED
  • Micro SD Card
  • LCD
LCD, Buttons, LEDs ESP32-WROVER
Getting Started
ESP32-DevKitC

ESP32-DevKitC is an entry-level development board. It has all the ESP32 pins exposed and is easy to connect and use.

4 MB Flash
  • I/O
  • USB
Buttons, LEDs ESP32-WROOM-32
Getting Started
ESP32-LyraTD-MSC

ESP32-LyraTD-MSC, one of Espressif’s Audio Development Boards, is an Acoustic Echo Cancelation (AEC) solution supporting voice recognition, near-field and far-field voice wake-up. Audio files in the format of AAC, FLAC, OPUS and OGG can be decoded and output without quality loss. It also supports connection to Baidu's DuerOS and Amazon's Alexa Voice Service (AVS).

4 MB Flash+4 MB PSRAM

USB

I²S

SPI

Earphone jack

Speaker

Micro SD Card

JTAG

Programing

LEDs, Keys ESP32-WROVER
Getting Started
ESP32-LyraT

The ESP32-LyraT development board is designed for the speech and voice recognition market. It integrates the ESP32-WROVER module, which includes a dual-core processor and 4.5 MB of operating memory. With this development board, only few peripheral devices are required for implementing a highly-integrated audio solution.

4 MB Flash+4 MB PSRAM
  • Micro SD Card
  • Audio Output
  • USB
  • Speaker
Touch Buttons, Keys, LEDs ESP32-WROVER
Getting Started

2.4 GHz Wi-Fi Development Boards

Features

  • PC connectivity: USB
  • SDK: ESP8266 SDK source code and example applications
Boards Description Flash / PSRAM Interfaces UI Related Products Getting Started
ESP-Launcher

ESP-Launcher is a Micro USB-powered development board that allows access to all 32 pins of ESP8266. It integrates the commonly-used peripherals.

4 MB SPI Flash+4 MB HSPI Flash

  • I/O
  • USB
Buttons, LEDs ESP8266EX
Getting Started

2.4 GHz Wi-Fi + BT/BLE + Sensor Development Boards

Features

  • PC connectivity: USB
  • SDK: ESP-IOT-SOLUTION source code and example applications
Boards Description Flash / PSRAM Interfaces UI Related Products Getting Started
ESP-Prog

ESP-Prog is one of Espressif’s development and debugging tools, with functions including automatic firmware downloading, serial communication, and JTAG online debugging. ESP-Prog's automatic firmware downloading and serial communication functions are supported on both the ESP8266 and ESP32 platforms, while the JTAG online debugging is supported only on the ESP32 platform. ESP-Prog uses FT2232HL as its USB Bridge Controller chip.

None
  • I/O
  • USB
  • Header connecters
LED, Keys ESP32-Sense Kit
Getting started
ESP32-Sense Kit

The ESP32 touch sensor development kit, ESP32-Sense Kit, is used for evaluating and developing ESP32 touch sensor system. ESP32-Sense Kit consists of one motherboard and multiple daughterboards. The motherboard contains a display unit, a main control unit and a debug unit. The daughterboards have touch electrodes in different combinations or shapes, such as linear slider, wheel slider, matrix buttons and spring buttons, depending on the application scenarios.

4 MB Flash
  • I/O
  • USB
  • ESP-Prog
Touch sensors, LEDs, RGB, 7-segment, displays ESP32-WROOM-32
ESP-Prog
Getting started