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For those interested in making IoT projects ThingPulse offers both introductory and advanced developer workshops in Zurich, Switzerland.
Icon64 available for Pre-Order
The Icon64 is now available for pre-order. Save 25% and place your order now!
The Icon64 is a ESP32 based device and comes with 8x individually programmable RGB LEDs. In addition the device allows you to play audio from the internet. The pre-installed application lets you use the device as Bluetooth loudspeaker with a beautiful spectrum analyzer.
From Your Vision to Your Product
Have an idea for an IoT product but lack the expertise and/or the manufacturing resources? We have got you covered. Besides launching our own products from time to time we design, develop and manufacture IoT products for customers – globally. Thanks to our network of manufacturing partners we are in a position to produce even small batches at very interesting rates.
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Latest Blog Posts
- ESP32 LoggingESP32 logging falls into the same category as the recent post about embedding binary content. It is about how logging on ESP32 is different from logging on ESP8266. Yet, as “logging” is a software topic (mostly) and “ESP32” describes hardware we need to be more precise with terms. Therefore, this post will look into how logging with the Espressif ESP-IDF has improved over plain NONOS SDK. The same goes for Arduino Core for ESP32. Rest assured the old stuff still works on ESP-IDF. However, this post hopefully manages to convince you to improve your code by using the new features.
- ESP32 – How To Use PSRAMThe ESP32 has a lot more internal RAM than the ESP8266 had. But it can use even more by addressing up to 4MB of external SPI RAM memory. In this blog post we will show you how to use the PSRAM in your projects.
- Reverse Engineering Pin AllocationsSometimes you get a piece of hardware and you don’t have any documentation about it. Or even worse, the documentation is just wrong. Here are a couple of tricks on how you can that sensor or actuator to work.