ESP32 PSRAM Timer Camera X (OV3660)


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Timer Camera X is a camera module based on ESP32, integrated with ESP32 chip and 8M-PSRAM. The camera (ov3660) with 3 million pixels , DFOV 66.5 ° and shoot 2048x1536 resolution photo, built-in 140mAh battery and LED status indicator, featuring ultra-low power consumption design. There is a reset button under the LED. Through RTC (BM8563), timing sleep and wake-up can be realized. The standby current is only 2μA. After timing photo taking function(one photo per hour) is turned on, the battery can work continuously for more than one month. The module supports Wi-Fi image transmission and USB port debugging. The bottom HY2.0-4P port output can be connected to other peripherals. Through M5Burner burning firmware,this esp32 cam can be set directly with Camera-Tool, and Timer Camera X data can be processed in UIFlow.

Product Features

  • Design based on esp32
  • Wi-Fi image transmission
  • Timed sleep wake up
  • Status indicator
  • Ultra low power design
  • Built-in 140mAh battery
  • Programming platform:ESP-IDF/Arduino/UIFlow


  • 1x Timer Camera X
  • 1x LEGO Adapter
  • 1x Wall-1515
  • 1x Type-C USB(20cm)


  • Take pictures regularly
  • Remote video monitoring


Resources Parameter
Flash 4M
Image Sensor OV3660
Maximum resolution 3M pixels
Output format 8-/10-Bit RAW, RGB and YCbCr output, compression.
DFOV 66.5°
Battery 140mAh
Net weight 15g
Gross weight 39g
Product Size 48*24*15mm
Package Size 75*45*30mm


  • Camera-Tool is suitable for TimerCAM and UnitCAM series products. The GROVE interface needs to be connected to the PC through the TTL-TO-USB adapter board before UnitCAM is used.
    Use TimerCAM to achieve low-power wake-up shooting function, which requires Wi-Fi connection. The captured pictures will be automatically uploaded to the M5 cloud, and a fixed HTTP interface will be generated through a unique token, and other devices can access through this interface to obtain the latest frame of pictures and the current battery voltage status of the device
    Use M5CORE type equipment to connect TimerCAM/Unit CAM through GROVE interface to realize command to control the camera UART to transmit images and preview them on the M5CORE screen, or configure the timer shooting upload cloud function (return to fixed HTTP API).
    This tutorial will show you how to periodically transfer images to a computer shared folder via TimerCAM (based on the SMB file sharing transfer protocol)
    Arduino IDE environment setup-TimerCAM/UnitCAM
    This tutorial will show you how to periodically transfer images to Amazon S3 file storage service via TimerCAM
    M5Camera + Motion sensor. Send image to LINE, Save the image to Google Drive.

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 4 reviews

    Funcionando todo ok.

    Pongphan Pongpanitanont
    high resolution image

    if you have a camera module that produce high resolution image, please let me know.

    Reimund Hörnemann

    Alles gut angekommen bei mir

    Gregory H
    Looks cool, kinda works, not much documentation

    Seems to take snaps well, app isn't signed, bitdefender flags it as a virus (for suspicious behavior). Web interface on device seems to work at the default 320x240, but falls down on streaming resolutions. Snaps seen to work most of the time. This device really needs a more thorough on GitHub at the very least. The hardware, as always, is really nice, but without the rest of the package is ultimately disappointing.

    <p>Thanks for the feedback, we are trying to improve the relevant documents as much as possible. You can refer to the steps in the tutorial( to configure and modify the resolution. If you have any other questions, please contact our after-sales email: <a target='_blank' href=''></a></p>

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