- 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 )|
Connect the device to the PC, open the device manager to install FTDI driver for the device. Take the win10 environment as an example, download the driver file that matches the operating system, unzip it, and install it through the device manager. (Note: In some system environments, the driver needs to be installed twice for the driver to take effect. The unrecognized device name is usually
USB Serial. Windows recommends using the driver file to install directly in the device manager (custom Update), the executable file installation method may not work properly). Click here to download FTDI driver
EasyLoader is a concise and fast program writer, which has a built-in case program related to the product. It can be burned to the main control by simple steps to perform a series of function verification.
Download Windows Version Easyloader Download MacOS Version Easyloader
Accelerometer, microphone, LED, IR, RTC and other hardware tests. Press A or B to switch test items.
- Baud rate supported by M5StickC Plus: 1200 ~115200, 250K, 500K, 750K, 1500K
- G36/G25 share the same port, when one of the pins is used, the other pin should be set as a floating input
- For example, to use the G36 pin as the ADC input, Configuration the G25 pin as FLOATING
- The input range of VBUS_VIN and VBUS_USB is limited to 4.8-5.5V, and the internal battery will be charged through AXP192 power management when VBUS is powered.
RED LED & IR Transmitter & BUTTON A & BUTTON B
|RED LED||LED Pin|
|IR Transmitter||Transmitter Pin|
|BUTTON A||Button Pin|
|BUTTON B||Button Pin|
Resolution:135 * 240
6-Axis posture sensor (MPU6886) & power management IC (AXP192)
|6-Axis IMU sensor||SCL||SDA|
|Power management IC||SCL||SDA|
|Microphone||RTC||TFT backlight||TFT IC||ESP32/3.3V MPU6886||5V GROVE|
Power structure block diagram
|Release Date||Product Change||Note:|
|/||Initial public release<||/|
|2021.12||Added hibernation and wake-up functions, and changed version to v1.1||/|
Just to get this off the bat, don't expect a watch that tells time. That was never the idea. The battery doesn't last any decent amount of time, getting the time through wifi is a bit of a hassle and it's just pointless to use it in that way since it has so many thingies on it, from IR to wifi to expansion pins.
It's a out-of-the-box multi-purpose wristband for messing with the stuff around you such as wifi, TV, motion sensing, or a billion other things. The little screen is amazing. I don't know what else to say. You probably know if you want it.
Battery time kinda sucks when using uiflow about an hour when using the screen
The M5 ESP32 product line is the simplest to develop for in my experience.
The product is not bad at all, but I was not able to get it working with the .NET nanoFramework for some reason. I followed the instructions from your documentation, but the device never worked after I flashed the nanoFramework code, and I had to reflash the UIflow firmware again.
The battery is simply too small to effectively be used as a watch. You can roughly get five hours out of it by reducing clock speed and sleeping, less if you want BTE functionality. Also the fact that it doesn't have a magnetometer is annoying. When trying to emulate modern smart watches the screen turn on when brought to face is less accurate. The gyroscope itself is very slow to update, necessitating a much wider range with less accuracy. Lastly, although minor, must it be orange? The football team in my area uses orange as their colour so if I wear the watch it seems that I'm associating with them and I don't like football so I get a lot of very confused jocks when I try to explain that it only comes in orange and that I don't actually like their sportsball team. Everything else is great, esp32 is great and the library is fairly easy to use. Thank you and have a great day!