Arduino Nano ESP32

Introducing the Nano ESP32, a powerful addition to the Arduino ecosystem that brings the popular ESP32-S3 to the world of Arduino and MicroPython programming. Whether you're a beginner stepping into the world of IoT or MicroPython, or an advanced user looking to incorporate it into your next product, the Nano ESP32 is the perfect choice. It covers all your needs to kick-start your IoT or MicroPython project with ease.

Nano ESP32 is a 3.3 V development board based on the NORA-W106-10B from u-blox®, a module that includes a ESP32-S3 system on a chip (SoC). This module has support for Wi-Fi® and Bluetooth® Low Energy (LE), with amplified communication through a built-in antenna. The CPU (32-bit Xtensa® LX7) supports clock frequencies at up to 240 MHz.

  • Microcontroller: u-blox® NORA-W106 (ESP32-S3)
  • USB Connector: USB-C
  • Pins:

    • Built-in LED Pin: 13 (RGB)
    • Digital I/O Pins: 14
    • Analog inupt pins: 8
    • PWM pins: 5
    • External interupts: All digital pins
  • Connectivity: Wi-Fi®, Bluetooth®
  • Communication:

    • UART: 2x
    • I2C: 1x, A4 (SDA), A5 (SCL)
    • SPI: D11 (COPI), D12 (CIPO), D13 (SCK).
    • Use any GPIO for Chip Select (CS)
  • I/O Voltage: 3.3V
  • Input Voltage (nominal): 6-21V
  • Source Current per I/O Pin: 40mA
  • Sink Current per I/O Pin: 20mA
  • Clock Speed (Processor): up to 240MHz
  • ROM: 384kB
  • SRAM: 512kB
  • External Flash: 128Mbit (16MB)
  • Width: 18mm
  • Length: 45mm


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The esp32 is awesome

The 80MHz pulse counter worked as well as I had hoped. The ability to use an external dc supply up to 21v sets the arduino apart from most of its cousins.