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ESP32 S3 Wi Fi Bluetooth Development Board Port&Size Compatible With Raspberry Pi Pico


Date:2023-03-13 17:17
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ESP32-S3R2 as the main chip, which is equipped with a dual-core Xtensa 32-bit LX7 processor with 240MHz running frequency, with built-in 512 KB SRAM (TCM) and 2MB PSRAM; Onboard CH343 and CH334 chips for USB and UART development via USB-C port; Onboard MP28164 high efficiency DC-DC buck-boost chip with load current up to 2A, ensuring the safety of the product.

Wiki,Tutorial,Program,Code,User Guide (Click here)

Note:This is Not a Raspberry Pi Pico , It is a Size compatible with Raspberry Pi Pico But CPU is different from Raspberry Pi Pico

which mean you can not run Raspberry Pi Pico same Program

However, You can use ESP-IDF,Arduino,MicroPython to run this board


  • The ESP32-S3-Pico is a low-cost, high-performance microcontroller development board with a compact size and rich peripheral interfaces.
  • Adopts ESP32-S3R2 as the main chip, which is an MCU chip with integrated 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 5 (LE).
  • The interface chips are CH343 and CH334, so you can experience the fun of USB and UART development with a single USB-C port, and no more trouble switching interfaces.
  • The DC-DC chip adopts MP28164, a high-efficiency buck-boost chip, which adopts PWM fixed-frequency current control mode to optimize circuit stability and response speed.
  • You can choose ESP-IDF, Arduino, MicroPython, or other development environments in software so that you can easily and quickly get started and apply it to the product.


  • Adopts ESP32-S3R2 chip with Xtensa 32-bit LX7 dual-core processor, capable of running at 240 MHz
  • Integrated 512KB SRAM, 384KB ROM, 2MB PSRAM, 16MB Flash memory
  • Integrated 2.4GHz Wi-Fi and Bluetooth LE dual-mode wireless communication, with superior RF performance.
  • Type-C connector, easier to use
  • Onboard CH343 and CH334 chips can meet the needs of USB and UART development via a Type-C interface
  • Onboard DC-DC chip MP28164, high efficiency DC-DC buck-boost chip with load current up to 2A
  • 27 × multi-function GPIO pins
  • Rich peripheral interfaces, including full-speed USB OTG, SPI, I2C, UART, ADC, PWM and DVP (8-bit ~ 16-bit camera interface), LCD interfaces (8-bit ~ 16-bit parallel RGB, I8080, MOTO6800), etc. to achieve various functions flexibly
  • Castellated module allows soldering directly to carrier boards
  • Supports multiple low-power operating states, adjustable balance between communication distance, data rate and power consumption to meet the power requirements of various application scenarios
  • Supports Raspberry Pi Pico expansion board ecology, suitable for artificial intelligence IoT application development

Supports ESP-IDF, Arduino, MicroPython

Comprehensive SDK, Dev Resources, Tutorials To Help You Easily Get Started

ESP32-S3 Designed For AIoT Applications

Powered By Xtensa 32-Bit LX7 Dual-Core Processor With Frequency Up To 240 MHz

Powerful AI Computing Capability & Reliable Security Features

WIFI And BLE 5 Support

ESP32-S3 Integrates 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi (802.11 B/G/N) With 40 MHz Of Bandwidth Support

Its Bluetooth Low Energy Subsystem Supports Bluetooth 5 (LE) And Bluetooth Mesh

27 × Multi-Function GPIO Pins

Configurable Pin Function, Allows Flexible Development And Integration

Note: SPI, I2C, UART and other interfaces can be mapped to most GPIOs through the GPIO Matrix and IO MUX, see the ESP32-S3 datasheet for details.

What's On Board


  • 1. ESP32-S3R2
  • Xtensa 32-bit LX7 dual-core processor,
  • with onboard 2MB PSRAM
  • 2. 2.4G monopole ceramic antenna
  • 3. W25Q128JVSIQ
  • 16MB Flash memory
  • 4. BOOT button
  • Press it when resetting to enter download mode
  • 5. RESET button
  • 6. CH334F
  • USB HUB controller
  • 7. CH343P
  • USB to UART chip
  • 8. MP28164
  • High efficiency DC-DC buck-boost chip
  • 9. USB Type-C port
  • 10. Power indicator

Supports More Pico Extension Modules

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