[EOL] 5Stack FIRE IoT Development Kit (PSRAM 2.0)


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M5Stack FIRE Kit, as one of the M5Stack iot development kit series, is an upgrade from the Gray kits. Providing 9-Axis IMU sensor(6-Axis posture acceleration measurement + 3-Axis magnetic measurement), it equips with more hardware resources : 16M Flash + 8M PSRAM , enhanced Base (M5GO Base and M5GO CHG Base), larger battery, etc. For those developers who ask for hardware performance, Fire will be a good choice.

With a IMU posture sensor, there are a lot of situations which you can apply this kit to: detecting acceleration, angulation, and trajectory. You can make relative products like sports data collector, 3D remote gesture controller and more base on the above functions.

FIRE is M5 Core device. Its modular, stackable, scalable, and portable device is powered with an ESP-32 core, which makes it open source, low cost, full-function, and easy for developers to handle new product development on all stages include circuit design, PCB design, software, mold design and production.

M5Stack Fire comes with three separable parts. The top part ,just like Basic and Gray Kit, has all kinds of processors, chips ,sockets, 2.4G antenna, ESP32, power management IC , a LCD screen and some other interface components. The middle part is called M5GO base which provides a lithium battery, M-BUS socket , LED bar and three more GROVE Ports. The bottom part is a charge table, which can be connected to the M5GO base via POGO pins.

Supportive development platforms and programming languages: Arduino, Blockly language with UIFlow , Micropython. Regardless of what level programming skill you have, M5Stack would guide you in every step of the way to realize your idea as well as to the final productlzation.

If you ever played with ESP8266, you would realize that ESP32 is a perfect upgrade out of ESP8266. In comparison, ESP32 has more GPIOs, more analog inputs and two analog outputs, multiple extra peripherals( like a spare UART ). Official developing platform ESP-IDF has transplanted with FreeRTOS. With dual-core and real time OS you can get more organized code and much high speed processor.

The GPIO 16 / 17 in Fire is connected to the PSRAM by default, so when you connect or stack other function modules, you need to avoid conflicts with these two pins to prevent the device from working improperly and causing instability.

Power on/off:
Power on: click the red power button on the left
Power off: Quickly double-click the red power button on the left
Note: By default, when USB is powered, it cannot be shut down

This product is EOL now.

Product Features

  • ESP32-based
  • Speaker, 3 Buttons, LCD(320*240)
  • TF card slot (16G Maximum size)
  • Battery Socket & Lithium Polymer Battery
  • Extendable Pins & Holes
  • M-Bus Socket & Pins
  • Compatible with multi-platform development:


  • 1x FIRE
  • 1x M5GO CHG Base
  • 2x LEGO block
  • 5x LEGO connector
  • 1x M3 HEX KEY
  • 1x Type-C USB(100cm)
  • 1x User Manual


  • Internet of things terminal controller
  • Stem education product
  • DIY creation


Resources Parameter
ESP32 240MHz dual core, 600 DMIPS, 520KB SRAM, Wi-Fi
Flash Memory 16MB
Power Input 5V @ 500mA
Port TypeC x 1, GROVE(I2C+I/0+UART) x 1
IPS Screen 2 inch, 320x240 Colorful TFT LCD, ILI9342C, max brightness 853nit
Speaker 1W-0928
Button Custom button x 3
MEMS BMM150 + MPU6886
Battery 500 mAh @ 3.7V
Antenna 2.4G 3D Antenna
Operating Temperature 0°C to 60°C
Net weight 62.3g
Gross weight 162g
Product Size 54mm x 54mm x 30.5mm
Package Size 105mm x 65mm x 40mm
Case Material Plastic ( PC )


  • This tutorial will show you how to control FIRE devices through the UIFlow graphical programming platform
    This tutorial will show you how to program and control FIRE devices through Arduino IDE
    This tutorial will show you how to control FIRE devices through Micropython programming
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    We aim to build a robot that is effective in sanitizing surfaces without putting cleaners in harm's way.
    An IoT office assistant with "free, busy and lunch" indicators, Pomodoro timers and quick meetings with IFTTT and your calendar integration.
    An audio spectrum visualizer using the M5Stack internal mic or FC-04 sound sensor with the M5Stack core. Translated from a guide by macsbug
    M5Stack recently released an updated LoRaWAN module. This tutorial teaches you how to connect it to The Things Network using UIFlow.
    Out of the M5Stack family only the M5StickC has an inbuilt RTC. Here's how to add one to your other M5Stack devices
    Simple setup of a Seeed Studio Grove ultrasonic sensor (not HC-SR04) in Arduino.
    An FM radio (RDA5807) powered by UIFlow. 📻
    A DIY project conduct with a thermal printer and M5Camera.
    A minimal library book management system emulation program.
    After I recently discovered how to play WAV files on the M5Stack, I thought it would be perfect to make a flashcard system.
    This allows the display to be rotated to 0, 90, 180, and 270 degrees at any time with no added overhead.
    Controlling DJI Tello drone with gestures via the M5Stack FIRE module and Edge Impulse.
    Gate/door fingerprint security system with body temperature checks for the anti-COVID measure.
    The PID Control Learning Platform is based on an M5Stack Fire & BaseX with TOF and Accel Units, and some Lego NXT parts.
    The model will help learn / associate the items/phrases commonly used by a user (autistic/semi-verbal); so that they can communicate.
    We aim to build a robot that is effective in sanitizing surfaces without putting cleaners in harm's way.
    We have devised with an innovation that dispenses hand sanitiser, measures the temperature of user, shows the count of people in vicinity.
    This year's Christmas, I decorated the tree with M5Stack devices.
    Hand Hygienics aims to reduce spread of Covid-19 through contact.
    Control a DJI Tello drone via Telegram from anywhere in the world
    An automatic system to perform the tasks of Safe Entry. It consist an adjustable Thermometer, RFID / QR Code Check in and Counting.

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 27 reviews
    Stephen Villanova
    Easy and fun to use

    A good way to Learn to program! Good people to talk you through problems too

    Gui Ambros

    M5Stack FIRE IoT Development Kit (PSRAM 2.0)

    M5Stack Fire

    I got the product at a special price. Didn’t know that PSRAM 2.6 was realised and this one EOL (EOL is mentioned in small caps on the website when relevant for products but it wasn’t for that special price operation. Anyway, product is good for the price, despite one of the 3 front buttons is not well aligned and contact is not as it should be.

    William Mathews

    It very good, I would like to see the new touch with battery dock as well, great work

    all perfect

    Thanks, fast shipping and corresponding material.

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