The ESP32 represents a low-cost, low-power System-on-Chip (SoC) microcontroller with integrated Wi-Fi and dual-mode Bluetooth. The ESP32 series utilizes either a Tensilica Xtensa LX6 microprocessor in dual-core and single-core variations, Xtensa LX7 dual-core microprocessor, or a single-core RISC-V microprocessor and includes built-in antenna switches, RF balun, power amplifier, low-noise receive amplifier, filters, and power management modules.
The ESP32 is created and developed by Espressif Systems, a Shanghai-based Chinese company, and manufactured by TSMC. It is a successor to the ESP8266 microcontroller.
Developing IoT Projects with ESP32 presents an end-to-end coverage of secure data communication techniques from sensors to cloud platforms that will assist the reader in creating production-grade IoT solutions with the ESP32 SoC. In addition, the reader will learn how to engage the ESP32 in your IoT projects by interfacing with different sensors and actuators using various types of serial protocols.
The book shows how several projects demand immediate output for end-users, including different display technologies and examples of driving different types of displays. Furthermore, the book features a dedicated chapter on cybersecurity filled with various hands-on examples.
It also covers BLE technologies and BLE mesh networking and documents a complete intelligent home project where all nodes communicate over a BLE mesh. Later chapters demonstrate how IoT requires cloud connectivity and remote access to smart devices. Finally, the book explains how cloud platforms and third-party integrations support unlimited opportunities for end-users, such as insights with big data analytics and predictive maintenance to reduce operating costs.
At the end of this book, the reader has the skills they need to start using ESP32 in their wireless IoT project and meet the project's requirements by developing practical, effective, and secure solutions.
ESP32 WiFi, Bluetooth Classic, BLE, CAN Bus Module
This new ESP32 CAN Bus module implements all features required for an industrial-strength CAN Bus, SAE J1939, or NMEA2000 gateway.
The board comes with an onboard ESP32 WROOM-32 WiFi, Bluetooth Classic, BLE Module, and a CAN Bus port with a transceiver. Also, onboard is an RGB LED, IO pins on a 0.1" pad.
In addition to the onboard CAN-Bus port, it supports an extended temperature range of -40C to + 85C, and it accepts a wide range of power input, 4.5VDC to 46VDC. The power input range is vital for operating on diesel engines using an SAE J1939 or NMEA2000 network, where power fluctuation is typical.
It was just a few weeks ago that I received some bad news. Due to the worldwide shortage of electronic components, the NXP LPC1754 processor we use for our SAE J1939 ECU Simulator with USB Port will not be available for several months, maybe even well into 2022. Consequently, it was time to rethink the design, and [...]
The ESP32 Series of modules by Espressif supports the integration of WiFi, Bluetooth, and Bluetooth LE for a wide range of applications, most prominently for IoT (Internet of Things). For instance, using WiFi ensures connectivity within a large radius. Using Bluetooth allows the user to easily detect (with low-energy beacons) a module and connect it to [...]
HMS Networks introduced its Anybus Wireless Bolt CAN gateway, providing CAN Bus communication via WiFi or Bluetooth. The device builds on the success of Anybus Wireless Bolt, which is applied to wireless Ethernet access. Like its predecessor, the gateway for bolt-on-machine mounting is suitable for heavy-duty machinery and demanding industrial applications. Applications include warehouse installations and AGVs (Automated [...]
The integration of Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and Bluetooth LE allows a wide range of applications with the ESP32 modules. Using Wi-Fi ensures connectivity within a large radius, while using Bluetooth allows the user to easily detect (with low-energy beacons) a module and connect it to a smartphone. The chips add priceless functionality and versatility to your [...]
The integration of Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and Bluetooth LE allows a wide range of applications with our modules. Using Wi-Fi secures connectivity within a large radius while using Bluetooth enables the user to efficiently detect (with low-energy beacons) a module and connect it to a smartphone. With in-built antenna switches, RF balun, power amplifier, low-noise receive [...]
Step 1 – First of all make sure your bluetooth is turned on. For this search bluetooth in the search box of taskbar. Click on Bluetooth settings from the search results. Step 2 – Now, turn on bluetooth if it is turned off. Step 3 - Add the Bluetooth device by clicking on the "+" command button. [...]
Industrial Shields introduced a new series of industrial PLCs based on the powerful and versatile ESP32 module. This new family of products accompanies their Industrial Shields Arduino and Raspberry Pi-based controllers and broadens its industrial automation offering.With the inclusion of the ESP32 board, the Industrial Shields catalog adds 13 new controllers, which support similar characteristics to those [...]
Dual-Mode Bluetooth 5 Wireless Module Compatible With Bluetooth Low Energy And Legacy Bluetooth Classic
Fujitsu Components America announced the release of its FWM7BTZ61 series of Bluetooth Ver. 5.0 (dual-mode) wireless radio modules compatible with Bluetooth Low Energy and legacy Bluetooth Classic BR/EDR, providing designers the adaptability to choose between the two operating modes in one module. The fully integrated FWM7BTZ61 series utilizes the Cypress Semiconductor CYW20819 SoC and features Bluetooth Low [...]
Copperhill Technologies introduces the ESP32 WiFi, Bluetooth Classic, BLE, CAN Bus Module to support IoT (Internet of Things) applications connected to CAN Bus, SAE J1939, and NMEA 2000 serial networks. The ESP32 is a series of low-cost, low-power system-on-chip microcontrollers with integrated Wi-Fi and dual-mode Bluetooth. It opened the door to a multitude of low-cost, high-efficiency IoT [...]