DOIT ESP32 DEV KIT v1: high resolution pinout and specs

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ESP32 DOIT DEV KIT v1 pinout
ESP32 DOIT DEV KIT v1 pinout

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The DoIt ESP32 DevKit V1 is a development board that features the ESP32 microcontroller from Espressif. It is designed for IoT (Internet of Things) projects and applications.

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The board includes Wi-Fi and Bluetooth capabilities, a variety of input/output interfaces including GPIO, analog inputs, UART, SPI, and I2C. It also has a standard form factor that makes it easy to embed in projects and a USB port for power and programming. The ESP32 DevKit V1 is popular among hobbyists and educators for its ease of use and versatility in various electronic projects.


  • Processors:
    • CPU: Xtensa dual-core (or single-core) 32-bit LX6 microprocessor, operating at 160 or 240 MHz and performing at up to 600 DMIPS
    • Ultra low power (ULP) co-processor
  • Memory: 520 KiB SRAM
  • Wireless connectivity:
    • Wi-Fi: 802.11 b/g/n
    • Bluetooth: v4.2 BR/EDR and BLE (shares the radio with Wi-Fi)
  • Peripheral interfaces:
  • Security:
  • Power management:
    • Internal low-dropout regulator
    • Individual power domain for RTC
    • 5μA deep sleep current
    • Wake up from GPIO interrupt, timer, ADC measurements, capacitive touch sensor interrupt

Pinout description

The DoIt ESP32 DevKit V1 features a comprehensive pinout that caters to a wide range of functionalities. Here’s a brief overview of its pinout:

  1. GPIO Pins: The board provides numerous General Purpose Input/Output (GPIO) pins which can be used for various digital input/output functionalities. These pins also support functionalities like PWM, I2C, SPI, and more.
  2. Analog Inputs: Several pins on the ESP32 DevKit V1 are capable of reading analog signals, making them suitable for interfacing with analog sensors.
  3. 3.3V and GND Pins: These are used to power external components or sensors.
  4. 5V and GND: The board can also provide a 5V output, which is useful for powering external modules that require more power.
  5. VIN: This is the input voltage pin, which can be used to power the board when not using the USB connection.
  6. EN: This is the enable pin. It’s used to reset the microcontroller.
  7. TX/RX: These pins are used for serial communication.
  8. SPI Interface: The board has pins for SPI communication, enabling fast data transfer with peripherals like displays or flash memory.
  9. I2C Interface: The ESP32 DevKit V1 supports I2C communication, which is widely used for interfacing with sensors and other peripherals.
  10. Touch Sensor Pins: Some GPIOs can be used as capacitive touch inputs, offering an interface for touch-based input devices.
  11. VP/VN: These are the pins for the internal hall effect sensor.
  12. USB-to-UART Bridge: This feature is crucial for programming the ESP32 using a USB cable and also for serial communication with a computer or other USB host devices.

This board’s flexibility with various protocols and interfaces makes it ideal for a wide range of IoT and embedded system applications.

How to

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  1. Firmware and OTA update management
    1. Firmware management
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    2. OTA update with Arduino IDE
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    3. OTA update with Web Browser
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    4. Self OTA uptate from HTTP server
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    5. Non-standard Firmware update
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12 Responses

  1. Ron Publico says:

    Hi there, Is that possible that we can also get the board dimensions of this part? we are trying to create a footprint and we need that information.

  2. get says:

    bullshit mine has 36 pins. thats 18 on each side for the FUCK IT DEVIT

  3. joaquin says:

    hello, i need to fine the exact measures of the module of the esp32 devkit v1 (30 pins) like the distance between pin-pin

  4. Davey Jones says:

    is it possible to add an antenna to the board?

  5. sir how many esp32 boards types are avalabile l

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