ESP32 DevKitC vs ESP32-PICO-KIT

Adham Aboud
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ESP32 DevKitC vs ESP32-PICO-KIT

Postby Adham Aboud » Wed Aug 15, 2018 9:35 am

Hello All,

Can anyone tell me what is the differences between DevKitC and PICO-KIT ?

Thank you in advance,

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loboris
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Re: ESP32 DevKitC vs ESP32-PICO-KIT

Postby loboris » Wed Aug 15, 2018 9:56 am


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hassan789
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Re: ESP32 DevKitC vs ESP32-PICO-KIT

Postby hassan789 » Mon Aug 20, 2018 5:01 am

Pico dev board is a "chip level" reference design, where as the devkit is a "module" based reference design.
They both perform the same, but are different reference circuits for different use cases. For example, if you you will eventually make your own device (where size is a constraint), you may opt to develop and test your circuitry on a Pico kit. If you don't care about size, and want a FCC certified module, then go with the devkit.

Also, since Pico does not yet support external PSRAM (only the wrover based designs support that ATM).
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Re: ESP32 DevKitC vs ESP32-PICO-KIT

Postby ruffle » Wed Aug 29, 2018 4:17 pm

The Pico doesn't have the CAN bus features (well mine doesn't!).

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