ESP32 + Display 0.96

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The S100 Master – ESP32 + Display 0.96 consist of a S100 Master – ESP32-WROOM-32U Module to which a 0.96″ display has been added. The S100 Master – ESP32 + Display 0.96 Module is a certified rhomb.io module with WiFi, Bluetooth and BLE capabilities that targets a wide variety of applications ranging from low-power sensor networks to the most demanding tasks such as voice encoding, music streaming and MP3 decoding.

The integration of Bluetooth, Bluetooth LE and Wi-Fi ensures that a wide range of applications can be targeted, and that the module is future proof: using Wi-Fi allows a large physical range and direct connection to the internet through a Wi-Fi router, while using Bluetooth allows the user to conveniently connect to the phone or broadcast low energy beacons for its detection. It solves one of the major customer roadblocks for fast time-to-market as it integrates antenna connector, software and RF certifications, saving months of engineering effort and testing.

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The S100 Master – ESP32 + Display 0.96 consist of a S100 Master – ESP32 module with a 0.96″ display added.

The S100 Master – ESP32 + Display 0.96 module is a certified Rhomb.io module with WiFi, Bluetooth and BLE capabilities that targets a wide variety of applications ranging from low-power sensor networks to the most demanding tasks such as voice encoding, music streaming and MP3 decoding.

The integration of Bluetooth, Bluetooth LE and Wi-Fi ensures that a wide range of applications can be targeted, and that the module is future proof: using Wi-Fi allows a large physical range and direct connection to the internet through a Wi-Fi router, while using Bluetooth allows the user to conveniently connect to the phone or broadcast low energy beacons for its detection. It solves one of the major customer roadblocks for fast time-to-market as it integrates antenna connector, software and RF certifications, saving months of engineering effort and testing.

The S100 Master – ESP32 + Display 0.96 can act as a host for standalone applications and is extraordinarily well suited for any battery operated devices as well as other systems requiring high performance and low energy consumpt.

To all this we must add the integration of a 0.96″ OLED display controlled by I2C interface by the ESP32 itself.

Applications:

  • Internet of Things
  • Home automation
  • Smart lighting
  • Security alarms
  • Monitor and scales
  • Mesh Networks
  • Industrial Wireless Control
  • Wereable electronics
  • WiFi Position System Beacons
  • Gateways
  • Health, sports and wellness devices
  • Smart phone, tablet and PC accessories

Specifications

MicrocontrollerEspressif ESP32-D0WD
32-bit dual core Xtensa LX6, 80-240 MHz
Internal Memory4 MB Flash, 520 KB SRAM, 448 KB ROM
External MemoryUp to 16 MB QSPI Flash Memory
Encryption Memory16 Keys/ECDSA/ECDH/SHA-256/SMAC/NIST
ID Memory64-bit Unique-ID Memory with 112 B User EEPROM (Optional)
Connectivity• 802.11 b/g/n 2.4 GHz, up to 150 Mbps
• Bluetooth v4.2 and BLE compliant
• FCC / CE(RED) / TELEC / KCC / SRRC / IC / NCC
• WPA / WPA2 - Enterprise / WPS
OthersUSB to UART converter
MCU Security• AES / RSA / ECC / SHA
• Analog switch
rhomb.io Configuration1x SPI / 1x I2C / 1x USB / 1x QSPI / 1x SDIO (SPI mode) / 2x UART
1x ADC / 1x PWM / 2x INT / 12x GPIO
MCU I/O34x I/O (34x PWM, 18x ADC, 34 xINT)
Op. Voltage2.8 V / 3.3 V
Op. Temperature-40 ºC to +85 ºC

Documentation

1 . 3D VIEW FOR THE S100 MASTER – ESP32

    
Applications
  • Internet of Things
  • Home automation
  • Smart lighting
  • Security alarms
  • Monitor and scales
  • Mesh Networks
  • Industrial Wireless Control
  • Wereable electronics
  • WiFi Position System Beacons
  • Gateways
  • Health, sports and wellness devices
  • Smart phone, tablet and PC accessories

2. MODULE SPECIFICATION

The S100 Master – ESP32 mounts the powerful ESP32-WROOM-32 module from Espressif. Its connectivity capabilities and low power consumption has made this module well known in the IoT industry.

At the core of the S100 Master – ESP32 can be found the ESP32-D0WDQ6 chip, who contains two low-power Tensilica Xtensa 32-bit LX6 microprocessors. The chip embedded is designed to be scalable and adaptive. There are two CPU cores that can be individually controlled, and the clock frequency is adjustable from 80 MHz to 240 MHz. The user may also power off the CPU and make use of the low-power co-processor to constantly monitor the peripherals for changes or crossing of thresholds.

The internal memory of the Module includes 448 kB of ROM for booting and core functions, 520 kB of on-chip SRAM for data and instructions and 4 MB of SPI flash. An additional 16 MB QSPI flash has been added, mapped onto the CPU code space, supporting 8, 16 and 32-bit access with support of code execution.

The S100 Master – ESP32 integrates a rich set of peripherals, ranging from capacitive touch sensors, Hall sensors, SD card interface, Ethernet, high-speed SPI, UART, I2S and I2C. All these interfaces are accesible, making their way to the rhomb.io connectors.

The operating system chosen for ESP32 is freeRTOS with LwIP; TLS 1.2 with hardware acceleration is built in as well. Secure (encrypted) over the air (OTA) upgrade is also supported, so that developers can continually upgrade the Module.

The following figure identifies the main components onboard:

The next figure shows the block diagram for the S100 Master – ESP32:

2.1 USER INTERFACES

The following table indicates the available serial interfaces of the Rhomb.io standard used in this module. This table relates the interfaces of the Rhomb.io standard with the net names of the schematic and with the components to which they are connected.

Rhomb.io Interface Schematic Signal Component Component Pin Comments
I2C-A I2C-A_SCL ESP32-WROOM-32U (U1) IO22
Crypto Memory (U3) SCL
I2C-A_SDA ESP32-WROOM-32U (U1) IO21
Crypto Memory (U3) SDA
QSPI QSPI_CLK ESP32-WROOM-32U (U1) CLK
Flash Memory (U4) CLK
QSPI_CS0 ESP32-WROOM-32U (U1) IO15 SJ4 must be closed
QSPI_IO0 ESP32-WROOM-32U (U1) SD0
Flash Memory (U4) DI (IO0)
QSPI_IO1 ESP32-WROOM-32U (U1) SD1
Flash Memory (U4) DO (IO1)
QSPI_IO2 ESP32-WROOM-32U (U1) SD2
Flash Memory (U4) IO2
QSPI_IO3 ESP32-WROOM-32U (U1) SD3
Flash Memory (U4) IO3
SDIO SDIO_CLK ESP32-WROOM-32U (U1) IO18 Not real SDIO interface
SDIO_CMD IO23
SDIO_DATA0 IO19
SDIO_DATA3 IO32
SPI-A SPI-A_MISO ESP32-WROOM-32U (U1) IO19
SPI-A_MOSI IO23
SPI-A_CLK IO18
SPI-A_CS0 IO5
UART-A UART-A_RXD ESP32-WROOM-32U (U1) RXD0
USB to UART (U2) TXD
UART-A_TXD ESP32-WROOM-32U (U1) TXD0
USB to UART (U2) RXD
UART-A_CTS ESP32-WROOM-32U (U1) IO19
USB to UART (U2) RTS# R16 must be assembled
UART-A_RTS ESP32-WROOM-32U (U1) IO22
USB to UART (U2) CTS# R13 must be assembled
UART-B UART-B_RXD ESP32-WROOM-32U (U1) IO16
UART-B_TXD IO17
USB USB_N USB to UART (U2) D-
USB_P D+
  • I2C-A: The I2C interface provides communication between the Master and a serial I2C bus. It is capable of acting as both a master and a slave. Standard-mode and fast-mode speeds are supported, allowing transmission rates from 100 kbit/s up to 400 Mbit/s. This interface reads the crypto memory. It is tied directly to the Rhomb.io standard I2C-A bus. I2C line is connected to UART-A_RTS line through a 220R resistor.
  • QSPI: An SPI interface is accesible, supporting slave and master modes in 4-line half-duplex communication mode. This interface is connected to the Rhomb.io standard QSPI. The module has and on-bard QSPI flash memory which requires a chip-select line. If QSPI bus is exclusively used by the on-board memory, SJ6 must be mounted, while SJ4 must be disassembled.
  • SDIO: This interface is not a real SDIO interface. The lines used are the same as the SPI-A interface. This is so to able to read SD memories through the SPI-A interface. The CS line is routed to the IO32 pin of the ESP32 (SJ10 must be clossed) The connections are the following:
    • SDIO-CMD → SPI-A_MOSI
    • SDIO_CLK → SPI-A_CLK
    • SDIO-DATA3 → CS
    • SDIO_DATA0 → SPI-A_MISO
  • SPI-A: A VSPI interface is accesible, supporting slave and master modes in 1-line full-duplex and 1/2-line half-duplex communication modes. It can be used to connect to the external flash/SRAM and LCD. VSPI can be served by DMA controllers. This interface is connected to the Rhomb.io standard SPI-A. SPI-A_MISO line is connected to UART-A_CTS line through a 220R resistor.
  • UART-A: ESP32 UART0 interface provides asynchronous communication (RS232 and RS485) and IrDA support, communicating at a speed of up to 5 Mbps. UART provides hardware management of the CTS and RTS signals and software flow control (XON and XOFF). All of the interfaces can be accessed by the DMA controller or directly by the CPU. UART0 is tied directly to the Rhomb.io standard UART-A bus. UAR-A_CTS line is conected to SPI-A_MISO line through a 220R resistor.
  • UART-B: ESP32 UART1 interface is tied directly to the Rhomb.io standard UART-B bus.
  • USB: An USB to UART bridge has been added to facilitate the connection to a computer.

The location of the solder-jumpers required for the use of the interfaces are shown in the following image:

2.2 GPIOs AND CONTROL SIGNALS

The following table summarizes the GPIOs and Control Signals used on the S100 Master – ESP32. This table relates the signals of the Rhomb.io standard with the net names of the schematic and with the components to which they are connected.

Rhomb.io Signal Schematic Signal Component Component Pin Comments
#NMI #NMI ESP32-WROOM-32U (U1) IO0
#RESET_IN #RESET_IN ESP32-WROOM-32U (U1) EN
1WIRE 1WIRE ESP32-WROOM-32U (U1) IO33 SJ7 must be closed
ID Memory (U5) IO
AD AD ESP32-WROOM-32U (U1) IO35
DIFF DIFF_N ESP32-WROOM-32U (U1) SENSOR_VN
DIFF_P SENSOR_VP
INT0 INT0 ESP32-WROOM-32U (U1) IO34
IO IO0 ESP32-WROOM-32U (U1) IO14
IO1 IO4
IO2 IO25
IO3 IO26
IO4 IO27
IO5 IO15 SJ5 must be closed
IO6 IO33 SJ8 must be closed
IO7 IO15 SJ9 must be closed
PWM PWM ESP32-WROOM-32U (U1) IO12
LED (LED1)
RESET_OUT RESET_OUT ESP32-WROOM-32U (U1) IO2
  • #NMI: When #NMI signal is asserted low during power up, the ESP32-WROOM-32U enters in Download Boot Mode. It can be asserted externally or by the “non-button” upload circuit.
  • #NMI & INT0: the GPIO subsystem supports asynchronous external pin interrupts.
  • 1WIRE: This signal can be used to read the ID Memory.
  • AD0: A SAR ADC is accesible in this pin. This pins can be used to build a programmable gain amplifier which is used for the measurement of small analog signals. The ULP-coprocessor in ESP32 is also designed to measure the voltages, while operating in the sleep mode, which enables low-power consumption. The CPU can be woken up by a threshold setting and/or via other triggers.
  • IO0 – IO7: Can be assigned to various functions by programming the appropriate registers. There are several kinds of GPIOs: digital-only GPIOs, analog-enabled GPIOs, capacitive-touch-enabled GPIOs, etc. Analog-enabled GPIOs can be configured as digital GPIOs. Capacitive-touch-enabled GPIOs can be configured as digital GPIOs. Most of the digital GPIOs can be configured as internal pull-up or pull-down, or set to high impedance. When configured as an input, the input value can be read through the register. The input can also be set to edge-trigger or level-trigger to generate CPU interrupts. Most of the digital IO pins are bi-directional, non-inverting and tristate, including input and output buffer with tristate control. For low-power operations, the GPIOs can be set to hold their states.
  • PWM0: The Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) controller can be used for driving digital motors and smart lights. Additionally, a LED PWM controller can generate digital waveforms with configurable periods and duties. PWM0 lines controls a LED if the SJ1 solder-jumper is closed.

Nevertheless, the versatility of the ESP32-WROOM-32 module lies in the multifunction of all of its pins. The above table is an adaptation of the module pinout to the Rhomb.io standard pinout. Be sure that most of the pins of the S100 Master – ESP32 have way more functions than the ones shown in the schematics and the table.

For more details, check the module schematics and the ESP32-WROOM-32U manufacturer documentation.

The location of the solder-jumpers required for the use of the GPIO and control signals are shown in the following image:

3. POWER

The S100 Master – ESP32 can use the 2.8V rail or the 3.3V rail. You can choose the voltage shorting the corresponding solder-jumper. Make sure this rail is enabled on the motherboard you are going to plug this module. The power consumption varies with different power modes/sleep patterns and work statuses of functional modules.

4. MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS


5. WARRANTY

Precaution against Electrostatic Discharge. When handling rhomb.io products, ensure that the environment is protected against static electricity. Follow the next recommendations:

  1. The users should wear anti-static clothing and use earth band when manipulating the device.
  2. All objects that come in direct contact with devices should be made of materials that do not produce static electricity that would cause damage.
  3. Equipment and work table must be earthed.
  4. Ionizer is recommended to remove electron charge.
  • Contamination. Be sure to use semiconductor products in the environment that may not be exposed to dust or dirt adhesion.
  • Temperature/Humidity. Semiconductor devices are sensitive to environment temperature and humidity. High temperature or humidity may deteriorate semiconductor devices characteristics. Therefore avoid storage or usage in such conditions.
  • Mechanical Shock. Care should be exercised not to apply excessive mechanical shock or force on the connectors and semiconductors devices.
  • Chemical. Do not expose semiconductor device to chemical because reaction to chemical may cause deterioration of device characteristics.
  • Light Protection. In case of non-EMC (Epoxy Molding Compound) package, do not expose semiconductor IC to strong light. It may cause devices malfunction. Some special products which utilize the light or have security function are excepted from this specification.
  • Radioactive, Cosmic and X-ray. Semiconductor devices can be influenced by radioactive, cosmic ray or X-ray. Radioactive, cosmic and X-ray may cause soft error during device operation. Therefore semiconductor devices must be shielded under environment that may be exposed to radioactive, cosmic ray or X-ray.
  • EMS (Electromagnetic Susceptibility). Note that semiconductor devices characteristics may be affected by strong electromagnetic waves or magnetic field during operation.
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