- PRODUCT DETAILS
M5StickC PLUS is powered by ESP32-PICO-D4 with Wi-Fi and is an upgrade of the original M5StickC with a bigger screen .It is a portable, easy-to-use, open source, IoT development board. This tiny device will enable you to realize your ideas, enrich your creativity, and speed up your IoT prototyping. Developing with M5StickC PLUS takes away a lot of the pains from the development process. M5StickC Plus is one of the core devices in M5Stacks product series. The compact body is integrated with rich hardware resources, such as infrared, RTC, Microphone, LED, IMU, Buttons, PMU,etc. Improvements from the regular StickC are a buzzer, bigger screen (1.14-inch, 135 * 240 resolution LCD Screen) and more stable hardware design. This revision increases the display area by 18.7%, and the battery capacity from 95mAh to 120mAh. It also supports the HAT and Unit family of products.
Power switch operation:
Power on :Press power button for 2 seconds
Power off :Press power button for 6 seconds
- ESP32-based support Wi-Fi
- Built-in 6-Axis IMU
- Red LED
- IR transmitter
- Buttons, LCD(1.14 inch)
- Built-in Lithium Polymer Battery
- Extendable Socket
- Built-in Passive Buzzer
- Wearable & Wall mounted
- Compatible with multi-platform development:
- 1x M5StickC Plus
- Internet of things terminal controller
- Wearable devices
- Stem education product
- DIY creation
|ESP32||240MHz dual core, 600 DMIPS, 520KB SRAM, Wi-Fi|
|Power Input||5V @ 500mA|
|Port||TypeC x 1, GROVE(I2C+I/0+UART) x 1|
|LCD screen||1.14 inch, 135*240 Colorful TFT LCD, ST7789v2|
|Button||Custom button x 2|
|Battery||120 mAh @ 3.7V|
|Antenna||2.4G 3D Antenna|
|PIN port||G0, G25/G36, G26, G32, G33|
|Operating Temperature||0°C to 60°C|
|Case Material||Plastic ( PC )|
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M5StickC PLUS ESP32-PICO Mini IoT Development Kit
I've been using my M5Stick with lots of the example code it comes supplied with via the Arduino dev kit, and been experimenting with several hardware modules that I bought after getting it.
There's plenty of projects to do, such as remote controller using ESP-NOW direct messaging for my little BugC (Zippy little 4 motor robot), interfacing the Joystick unit to it, creating pritty animations with the LED display board Hat (full RGB color!), and also creating a super small robot arm with the C-Back Hat (4 servo driver).
They all work directly with the M5Stick and I've used it much more than my other M5Stack units, like the Core 2 and E-Paper. It's just so fun!
It's cheaper than the Core Grey and similar units, while still having a screen, buzzer, IR emitter, and inertial unit.
Unlike the slightly cheaper units like the Atom and Atom Matrix and Lite, it's got an in-built battery.
I think it perfectly hits that sweat-spot of features and price - and is a good starting device to begin your M5Stack collection with. =D