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==BPi Pico W S3==
 
==BPi Pico W S3==
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[[File:600x600x600px-PICO-1000-7.jpg.pagespeed.ic.Ul8rEikOh4.jpg|right|320px]]
  
 
==Descriptions==
 
==Descriptions==
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The Banana Pi BPI-PicoW-S3 is a series of low-powered microcontrollers designed for IoT development and Maker DIY board.same size as Raspberry Pi Pico board,It supports 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi and Bluetooth® LE dual-mode wireless communication, the peripheral is compatible with low-power hardware design, and the power consumption is only 10uA in deep sleep mode.In terms of programming, the PicoW-S3 supports ESP-IDF, Arduino, micropython and other methods.
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==Features==
 
==Features==
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* ESP32-S3, Xtensa® 32 bit LX7
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* External PSRAM, FLASH
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* Ultra-low power 10uA
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* 2.4G WIFI, Bluetooth 5, Bluetooth mesh
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* GPIO, ADC, TOUCH, PWM, I2C, SPI, RMT, I2S, UART, LCD, CAMERA, USB, JTAG
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* 1 * microUSB
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* 1 * Full color LED
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== BPI-PicoW-S3 VS Rraspberry Pi PicoW, BPI-Leaf-S3, ESP32-S3-DevKitC-1 ==
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{| class="wikitable"
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|- style="font-weight:bold;"
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! Development board
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!BPI-PicoW-S3
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!Rraspberry Pi PicoW
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!BPI-Leaf-S3
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!ESP32-S3-DevKitC-1
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|-
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| GPIO pinout
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| 27
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| 27
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| 36
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| 36
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|-
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| 3.3v pin
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| 1
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| 1
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| 2
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| 2
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|-
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| 5v pin
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| 2
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| 2
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| 1
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| 1
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|-
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| GND pin
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| 8
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| 8
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| 4
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| 4
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|-
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| Full color LED
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| 1 on GPIO48
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| None
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| 1 on GPIO48
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| 1 on GPIO48
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|-
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| Chip directly connected to USB
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| MicroUSB port x1
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| MicroUSB port x1
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| Type-C USB port x1
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| MicroUSB port x1
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|-
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| UART TTL to USB
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| None
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| None
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| None
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| CP2102-MicroUSB interface x1
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|-
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| External battery socket
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| None
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| None
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| 3.7v lithium battery power supply interface
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| None
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|-
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| Battery charging
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| None
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| None
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| 500mA charging
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| None
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|-
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| I²C 4pin connector
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| None
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| None
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| 1
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| None
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|}
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== Espressif ESP32-S3 ==
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Esp32-S3 is an MCU chip that integrates 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 5 (LE) and supports Long Range mode. The ESP32-S3 runs on an Xtensa® 32-bit LX7 dual-core processor with a high frequency of 240 MHz, 512 KB built-in SRAM (TCM), 45 programmable GPIO pins, and a rich communication interface. Esp32-s3 supports larger capacity of high-speed Octal SPI flash and off-chip RAM, and supports user-configured data caching and instruction caching.
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What follows is a description of the most important features of ESP32-S3.
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* Wi-Fi + Bluetooth 5 (LE) Wireless Connectivity: ESP32-S3 supports a 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g/n) with 40 MHz of bandwidth support. The Bluetooth Low Energy subsystem supports long range through Coded PHY and advertisement extension. It also supports higher transmission speed and data throughput, with 2 Mbps PHY. Both Wi-Fi and BLE have superior RF performance that is maintained even at high temperatures.
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* AI Acceleration Support: ESP32-S3 has additional support for vector instructions in the MCU, which provides acceleration for neural network computing and signal processing workloads. The software libraries for the above-mentioned optimized functions will become available very soon, in the form of updates to ESP-DSP and ESP-NN.
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* Rich IO interfaces: ESP32-S3 has 45 programmable GPIOs and common peripheral interfaces such as SPI, I2S, I2C, PWM, RMT, ADC, UART, SD/MMC host controller and TWAITM controller. Fourteen of the GPIOs can be configured as capacitive touch inputs for HMI interaction. In addition, ESP32-S3 is equipped with an ultra-low power coprocessor (ULP) and supports multiple low-power modes, making it widely applicable to various low-power application scenarios.
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* Security mechanism: ESP32-S3 provides comprehensive security mechanism and protection measures for iot devices to prevent all kinds of malicious attacks and threats. It supports Flash encryption based on AES-XTS algorithm, secure startup based on RSA algorithm, digital signature and HMAC. Esp32-s3 also includes a new "World Controller" module, which provides two non-interfering execution environments to implement a trusted execution environment or permission separation mechanism.
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= Hardware =
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== Hardware interface ==
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[[File:800x645x800px-BPI-PicoW-S3-V0.4-IO.png.pagespeed.ic.f4FG09 Qi.png|800px]]
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== Hardware spec ==
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{| class="wikitable"
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|-
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!colspan="2" style="background-color:#ffcb2f;" | BPI-PicoW-S3 Spec Sheet
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|-
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| SoC
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| ESP32-S3, Xtensa® 32-bit LX7 dual core
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|-
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| Basic frequency
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| 240MHz MAX
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|-
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| Operating temperature
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| -40℃~+85℃
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|-
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| On-chip ROM
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| 384KB
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|-
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| On-chip SRAM
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| 320KB
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|-
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| Extereal FLASH
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| 8MB
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|-
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| In-packge PSRAM
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| 2MB
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|-
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| WIFI
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| IEEE 802.11 b/g/n, 2.4Ghz band, 150Mbps
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|-
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| Bluetooth
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| Bluetooth 5, Bluetooth mesh
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|-
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| GPIO
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| BPI-PicoW-S3 has led out 27 available GPIOs
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|-
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| ADC
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| 2 × 12-bit SAR ADC supporting 18 analog channel inputs
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|-
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| TOUCH Capacitive Touch Sensor
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| 14
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|-
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| SPI
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| 4
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|-
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| I2C
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| 2. Support master or slave mode
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|-
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| I2S
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| 2, input and output of serial stereo data
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|-
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| LCD
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| 1, support 8-bit ~16-bit parallel RGB, I8080, MOTO6800 interface
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|-
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| CAMERA
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| 1, supports 8-bit ~16-bit DVP image sensor interface
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|-
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| UART
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| 3, supports asynchronous communication (RS232 and RS485) and IrDA
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|-
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| PWM
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| 8 independent channels, 14-bit precision
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|-
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| MCPWM
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| 2
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|-
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| USB
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| 1 × Full Speed ​​USB 2.0 OTG, MicroUSB Female
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|-
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| USB Serial/JTAG Controller
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| 1, USB full speed standard, CDC-ACM, JTAG
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|-
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| Temperature sensor
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| 1, the measurement range is –20 °C to 110 °C, for monitoring the internal temperature of the chip
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|-
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| SD/MMC
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| 1 × SDIO host interface, with 2 card slots, supports SD card 3.0 and 3.01, SDIO 3.0, CE-ATA 1.1, MMC 4.41, eMMC 4.5 and 4.51
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|-
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| TWAI® Controller
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| 1, compatible with ISO11898-1 (CAN specification 2.0)
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|-
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| Generic DMA Controller
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| 5 receive channels and 5 transmit channels
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|-
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| RMT
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| 4-channel transmit, 4-channel receive, shared 384 x 32-bit RAM
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|-
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| Pulse Counter
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| 4 pulse count controllers (units), each unit has 2 independent channels
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|-
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| Timer
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| 4 × 54-bit general-purpose timers, 16-bit clock prescaler, 1 × 52-bit system timer, 3 × watchdog timers
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|-
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| External crystal
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| 40Mhz
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|-
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| RTC and Low Power Management
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| Power Management Unit (PMU) + Ultra Low Power Coprocessor (ULP)
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|-
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| Low power consumption current
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| 10uA
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|-
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| Working Voltage
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| 3.3V
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|-
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| Input voltage
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| 3.3V~5.5V
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|-
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| Maximum discharge current
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| 2A@3.3V DC/DC
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|-
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| Controllable full color LED
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| 1
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|-
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| Controllable monochrome LED
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| 1
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|}
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== Hardware Size ==
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[[File:800x391xBPI-Pico-S3-board-dimension.png.pagespeed.ic.2Z-MAB GdL.png|800px]]
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{| class="wikitable"
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|-
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!colspan="2" style=" background-color:#ffcb2f;" | BPI-PicoW-S3 size chart
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|-
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| Pin spacing
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| 2.54mm
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|-
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| Hole Spacing
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| 11.4mm/ 47mm
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|-
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| Hole size
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| Inner diameter 2.1mm/Outer diameter 3.4mm
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|-
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| Mainboard size
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| 21 × 51.88(mm)/0.83 x 2.04(inches)
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|-
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| Thickness
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| 1.2mm
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|}
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The pin spacing is compatible with universal boards (hole boards, dot matrix boards) and breadboards, which is convenient for debugging applications.
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==GPIO define ==
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{| class="wikitable"
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|-
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!colspan="3" style=" background-color:#ffcb2f;" | BPI-PicoW-S3 peripheral GPIO pin assignment
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|- style="background-color:#32cb00;"
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| Peripheral Interface
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| Signal
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| Pins
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|-
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| rowspan="2" | ADC
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| ADC1_CH0~9
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| GPIO 1~10
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|-
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| ADC2_CH0~9
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| GPIO 11~20
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|-
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| Touch Sensor
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| TOUCH1~14
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| GPIO 1~14
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|-
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| rowspan="4"|JTAG
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| MTCK
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| GPIO 39
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|-
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| MTDO
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| GPIO 40
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|-
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| MTDI
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| GPIO 41
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|-
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| MTMS
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| GPIO 42
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|-
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| rowspan="14" | UART
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| colspan="2" style="font-style:italic;color:#9b9b9b;" | Default assigned pins, can be redefined as any GPIO
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|-
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| style="background-color:#ffffc7;" | U0RXD_in
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| style="background-color:#ffffc7;" | GPIO 44
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|-
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| U0CTS_in
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| GPIO 16
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|-
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| U0DSR_in
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| Any GPIO
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|-
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| style="background-color:#ffffc7;" | U0TXD_out
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| style="background-color:#ffffc7;" | GPIO43
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|-
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| U0RTS_out
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| GPIO 15
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|-
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| U0DTR_out
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| Any GPIO
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|-
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| style="background-color:#ffffc7;" | U1RXD_in
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| style="background-color:#ffffc7;" | GPIO 18
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|-
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| U1CTS_in
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| GPIO 20
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|-
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| U1DSR_in
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| Any GPIO
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|-
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| style="background-color:#ffffc7;" | U1TXD_out
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| style="background-color:#ffffc7;" | GPIO 17
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|-
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| U1RTS_out
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| GPIO 19
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|-
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| U1DTR_out
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| Any GPIO
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|-
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| style="background-color:#9aff99;" | U2
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| style="background-color:#9aff99;" | Any GPIO
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|-
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| I2C
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| colspan="2" | Any GPIO
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|-
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| PWM
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| colspan="2" | Any GPIO
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|-
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| I2S
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| colspan="2" | Any GPIO
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|-
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| LCD
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| colspan="2" | Any GPIO
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|-
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| CAMERA
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| colspan="2" | Any GPIO
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|-
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| RMT
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| colspan="2" | Any GPIO
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|-
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| SPI0/1
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| colspan="2" | Used for FLASH and PSRAM
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|-
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| SPI2/3
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| colspan="2" | Any GPIO
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|-
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| Pulse Counter
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| colspan="2" | Any GPIO
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|-
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| rowspan="8" | USB OTG
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| D-
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| GPIO 19 (internal PHY)
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|-
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| D+
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| GPIO 20 (internal PHY)
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|-
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| VP
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| GPIO 42 (External PHY)
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|-
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| VM
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| GPIO 41 (External PHY)
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|-
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| RCV
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| GPIO21 (External PHY)
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|-
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| OEN
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| GPIO 40 (External PHY)
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|-
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| VPO
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| GPIO 39 (External PHY)
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|-
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| VMO
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| GPIO38 (External PHY)
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|-
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| rowspan="7" | USB Serial/JTAG
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| D-
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| GPIO 19 (internal PHY)
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|-
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| D+
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| GPIO 20 (internal PHY)
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|-
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| VP
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| GPIO 42 (External PHY)
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|-
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| VM
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| GPIO 41 (External PHY)
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|-
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| OEN
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| GPIO 40 (External PHY)
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|-
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| VPO
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| GPIO 39 (External PHY)
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|-
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| VMO
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| GPIO38 (External PHY)
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|-
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| SD/MMC
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| colspan="2" | Any GPIO
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|-
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| MCPWM
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| colspan="2" | Any GPIO
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|-
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| TWAI
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| colspan="2" | Any GPIO
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|-
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| Full Color LED
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| colspan="2" | GPIO 48
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|-
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| Monochrome LED
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| colspan="2" | GPIO 46
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|}
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= Software =
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== CircuitPython ==
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[[File:800x304x800px-CircuitPython Repo header logo.jpg.pagespeed.ic.Wf7jU-braJ.jpg | 800px]]
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CircuitPython is a programming language designed to simplify experimenting and learning to code on low-cost microcontroller boards.
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* [ https://codewith.mu/ Mu Editor Download Page]
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* [ Getting Started: | https://wiki.banana-pi.org/Code_circuitpython_with_mu_en  ]
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'''Reference Resources''' :
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* [https://learn.adafruit.com/welcome-to-circuitpython Adafruit: Welcome To CircuitPython]
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* [https://learn.adafruit.com/getting-started-with-web-workflow-using-the-code-editor/overview Adafruit:CircuitPython Web Workflow Code Editor Quick Start]
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* [https://circuitpython.readthedocs.io/ Adafruit:CircuitPython Docs]
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* [https://github.com/todbot/circuitpython-tricks GitHub:CircuitPython-tricks]
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==ESP-IDF==
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[[File:Esp-idf-logo.png | 800px]]
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ESP-IDF is an IoT development framework officially launched by Espressif, supporting Windows, Linux and macOS operating systems.
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It is recommended that developers install ESP-IDF via an integrated development environment (IDE):
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* [https://github.com/espressif/idf-eclipse-plugin/blob/master/README_CN.md GitHub: ESP-IDF Eclipse Plugin Installation and Usage Guide]
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* [https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=espressif.esp-idf-extension ESP-IDF VSCode plugin] | [https://github.com/espressif/vscode-esp-idf-extension/blob /master/docs/tutorial/toc.md GitHub: Installation and Usage Guide] | [https://www.bilibili.com/video/BV17p4y167uN bilibili: ESP-IDF VSCode Plugin Quick Operation Guide]
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Or select the corresponding manual installation process according to the operating system:
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* [https://docs.espressif.com/projects/esp-idf/en_US/latest/esp32s3/get-started/windows-setup.html Standard setup for Windows platform toolchain]
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* [https://docs.espressif.com/projects/esp-idf/en_US/latest/esp32s3/get-started/linux-macos-setup.html Standard setup for Linux and macOS platform toolchains]
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API:
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* [https://docs.espressif.com/projects/esp-idf/en_US/latest/esp32s3/api-reference/index.html#api API Reference]
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* [https://docs.espressif.com/projects/esp-idf/en_US/latest/esp32s3/api-guides/index.html#api API Guide]
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In order to enable your BPI-Leaf-S3 development board to flash FLASH through USB-CDC, you need to set the development board to firmware download mode.
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There are two methods of operation:
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1. Connect to the computer via USB, press and hold the BOOT button, then press the RESET button and release it, and finally release the BOOT button.
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2. Press and hold the BOOT button when the power supply is disconnected, then connect to the computer via USB, and finally release the BOOT button.
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You need to confirm the interface in the device manager. The serial number of the interface in the firmware download mode and the normal mode may be different.
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==MicroPython==
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[[File:Mircopython.png | 800px]]
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MicroPython implements most of the features and syntax of Python 3, which is easy to learn and use, and can be downloaded directly into the chip to run the verification program without compiling.
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Regardless of whether you have a programming foundation or not, MicroPython is far less difficult to get started with than other programming languages. Its code is easy to read, and the open source community has accumulated rich resources over the years. Just like Python, it has strong vitality and application value.
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==Arduino==
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[[File:Arduino logo.png | 800px]]
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Arduino is an open source embedded software and hardware development platform for users to create interactive embedded projects.
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* [https://www.arduino.cc/en/software Arduino IDE download address] | [https://docs.espressif.com/projects/arduino-esp32/en/latest/installing.html#installing Install and configure Arduino-ESP32 operating environment]
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* [https://github.com/BPI-STEAM/BPI-Leaf-S3-Doc/blob/main/Example/Arduino GitHub: BPI-Leaf-S3 Arduino Quick Start]
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* [https://docs.espressif.com/projects/arduino-esp32/en/latest/libraries.html#apis Arduino-ESP32 APIs]
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=Resources=
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BPI-PicoW-S3 schematic : https://github.com/BPI-STEAM/BPI-PicoW-Doc/blob/main/sch/BPI-PicoW-V0.4.pdf
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==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
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[[File:600x600x600px-PICO-1000-7.jpg.pagespeed.ic.Ul8rEikOh4.jpg|left|800px]]
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<br style="clear:both;">
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==Package Includes==
 
==Package Includes==
==Documentations==
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* 1 x BPi Pico W S3 Development Board
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==Keywords==
 
==Keywords==
 
* BPi Pico W
 
* BPi Pico W

Latest revision as of 18:57, 30 September 2022

BPi Pico W S3

600x600x600px-PICO-1000-7.jpg.pagespeed.ic.Ul8rEikOh4.jpg

Descriptions

The Banana Pi BPI-PicoW-S3 is a series of low-powered microcontrollers designed for IoT development and Maker DIY board.same size as Raspberry Pi Pico board,It supports 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi and Bluetooth® LE dual-mode wireless communication, the peripheral is compatible with low-power hardware design, and the power consumption is only 10uA in deep sleep mode.In terms of programming, the PicoW-S3 supports ESP-IDF, Arduino, micropython and other methods.

Features

  • ESP32-S3, Xtensa® 32 bit LX7
  • External PSRAM, FLASH
  • Ultra-low power 10uA
  • 2.4G WIFI, Bluetooth 5, Bluetooth mesh
  • GPIO, ADC, TOUCH, PWM, I2C, SPI, RMT, I2S, UART, LCD, CAMERA, USB, JTAG
  • 1 * microUSB
  • 1 * Full color LED

BPI-PicoW-S3 VS Rraspberry Pi PicoW, BPI-Leaf-S3, ESP32-S3-DevKitC-1

Development board BPI-PicoW-S3 Rraspberry Pi PicoW BPI-Leaf-S3 ESP32-S3-DevKitC-1
GPIO pinout 27 27 36 36
3.3v pin 1 1 2 2
5v pin 2 2 1 1
GND pin 8 8 4 4
Full color LED 1 on GPIO48 None 1 on GPIO48 1 on GPIO48
Chip directly connected to USB MicroUSB port x1 MicroUSB port x1 Type-C USB port x1 MicroUSB port x1
UART TTL to USB None None None CP2102-MicroUSB interface x1
External battery socket None None 3.7v lithium battery power supply interface None
Battery charging None None 500mA charging None
I²C 4pin connector None None 1 None

Espressif ESP32-S3

Esp32-S3 is an MCU chip that integrates 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 5 (LE) and supports Long Range mode. The ESP32-S3 runs on an Xtensa® 32-bit LX7 dual-core processor with a high frequency of 240 MHz, 512 KB built-in SRAM (TCM), 45 programmable GPIO pins, and a rich communication interface. Esp32-s3 supports larger capacity of high-speed Octal SPI flash and off-chip RAM, and supports user-configured data caching and instruction caching.

What follows is a description of the most important features of ESP32-S3.

  • Wi-Fi + Bluetooth 5 (LE) Wireless Connectivity: ESP32-S3 supports a 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g/n) with 40 MHz of bandwidth support. The Bluetooth Low Energy subsystem supports long range through Coded PHY and advertisement extension. It also supports higher transmission speed and data throughput, with 2 Mbps PHY. Both Wi-Fi and BLE have superior RF performance that is maintained even at high temperatures.
  • AI Acceleration Support: ESP32-S3 has additional support for vector instructions in the MCU, which provides acceleration for neural network computing and signal processing workloads. The software libraries for the above-mentioned optimized functions will become available very soon, in the form of updates to ESP-DSP and ESP-NN.
  • Rich IO interfaces: ESP32-S3 has 45 programmable GPIOs and common peripheral interfaces such as SPI, I2S, I2C, PWM, RMT, ADC, UART, SD/MMC host controller and TWAITM controller. Fourteen of the GPIOs can be configured as capacitive touch inputs for HMI interaction. In addition, ESP32-S3 is equipped with an ultra-low power coprocessor (ULP) and supports multiple low-power modes, making it widely applicable to various low-power application scenarios.
  • Security mechanism: ESP32-S3 provides comprehensive security mechanism and protection measures for iot devices to prevent all kinds of malicious attacks and threats. It supports Flash encryption based on AES-XTS algorithm, secure startup based on RSA algorithm, digital signature and HMAC. Esp32-s3 also includes a new "World Controller" module, which provides two non-interfering execution environments to implement a trusted execution environment or permission separation mechanism.

Hardware

Hardware interface

800x645x800px-BPI-PicoW-S3-V0.4-IO.png.pagespeed.ic.f4FG09 Qi.png

Hardware spec

BPI-PicoW-S3 Spec Sheet
SoC ESP32-S3, Xtensa® 32-bit LX7 dual core
Basic frequency 240MHz MAX
Operating temperature -40℃~+85℃
On-chip ROM 384KB
On-chip SRAM 320KB
Extereal FLASH 8MB
In-packge PSRAM 2MB
WIFI IEEE 802.11 b/g/n, 2.4Ghz band, 150Mbps
Bluetooth Bluetooth 5, Bluetooth mesh
GPIO BPI-PicoW-S3 has led out 27 available GPIOs
ADC 2 × 12-bit SAR ADC supporting 18 analog channel inputs
TOUCH Capacitive Touch Sensor 14
SPI 4
I2C 2. Support master or slave mode
I2S 2, input and output of serial stereo data
LCD 1, support 8-bit ~16-bit parallel RGB, I8080, MOTO6800 interface
CAMERA 1, supports 8-bit ~16-bit DVP image sensor interface
UART 3, supports asynchronous communication (RS232 and RS485) and IrDA
PWM 8 independent channels, 14-bit precision
MCPWM 2
USB 1 × Full Speed ​​USB 2.0 OTG, MicroUSB Female
USB Serial/JTAG Controller 1, USB full speed standard, CDC-ACM, JTAG
Temperature sensor 1, the measurement range is –20 °C to 110 °C, for monitoring the internal temperature of the chip
SD/MMC 1 × SDIO host interface, with 2 card slots, supports SD card 3.0 and 3.01, SDIO 3.0, CE-ATA 1.1, MMC 4.41, eMMC 4.5 and 4.51
TWAI® Controller 1, compatible with ISO11898-1 (CAN specification 2.0)
Generic DMA Controller 5 receive channels and 5 transmit channels
RMT 4-channel transmit, 4-channel receive, shared 384 x 32-bit RAM
Pulse Counter 4 pulse count controllers (units), each unit has 2 independent channels
Timer 4 × 54-bit general-purpose timers, 16-bit clock prescaler, 1 × 52-bit system timer, 3 × watchdog timers
External crystal 40Mhz
RTC and Low Power Management Power Management Unit (PMU) + Ultra Low Power Coprocessor (ULP)
Low power consumption current 10uA
Working Voltage 3.3V
Input voltage 3.3V~5.5V
Maximum discharge current 2A@3.3V DC/DC
Controllable full color LED 1
Controllable monochrome LED 1

Hardware Size

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BPI-PicoW-S3 size chart
Pin spacing 2.54mm
Hole Spacing 11.4mm/ 47mm
Hole size Inner diameter 2.1mm/Outer diameter 3.4mm
Mainboard size 21 × 51.88(mm)/0.83 x 2.04(inches)
Thickness 1.2mm

The pin spacing is compatible with universal boards (hole boards, dot matrix boards) and breadboards, which is convenient for debugging applications.

GPIO define

BPI-PicoW-S3 peripheral GPIO pin assignment
Peripheral Interface Signal Pins
ADC ADC1_CH0~9 GPIO 1~10
ADC2_CH0~9 GPIO 11~20
Touch Sensor TOUCH1~14 GPIO 1~14
JTAG MTCK GPIO 39
MTDO GPIO 40
MTDI GPIO 41
MTMS GPIO 42
UART Default assigned pins, can be redefined as any GPIO
U0RXD_in GPIO 44
U0CTS_in GPIO 16
U0DSR_in Any GPIO
U0TXD_out GPIO43
U0RTS_out GPIO 15
U0DTR_out Any GPIO
U1RXD_in GPIO 18
U1CTS_in GPIO 20
U1DSR_in Any GPIO
U1TXD_out GPIO 17
U1RTS_out GPIO 19
U1DTR_out Any GPIO
U2 Any GPIO
I2C Any GPIO
PWM Any GPIO
I2S Any GPIO
LCD Any GPIO
CAMERA Any GPIO
RMT Any GPIO
SPI0/1 Used for FLASH and PSRAM
SPI2/3 Any GPIO
Pulse Counter Any GPIO
USB OTG D- GPIO 19 (internal PHY)
D+ GPIO 20 (internal PHY)
VP GPIO 42 (External PHY)
VM GPIO 41 (External PHY)
RCV GPIO21 (External PHY)
OEN GPIO 40 (External PHY)
VPO GPIO 39 (External PHY)
VMO GPIO38 (External PHY)
USB Serial/JTAG D- GPIO 19 (internal PHY)
D+ GPIO 20 (internal PHY)
VP GPIO 42 (External PHY)
VM GPIO 41 (External PHY)
OEN GPIO 40 (External PHY)
VPO GPIO 39 (External PHY)
VMO GPIO38 (External PHY)
SD/MMC Any GPIO
MCPWM Any GPIO
TWAI Any GPIO
Full Color LED GPIO 48
Monochrome LED GPIO 46

Software

CircuitPython

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CircuitPython is a programming language designed to simplify experimenting and learning to code on low-cost microcontroller boards.

Reference Resources :

ESP-IDF

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ESP-IDF is an IoT development framework officially launched by Espressif, supporting Windows, Linux and macOS operating systems.

It is recommended that developers install ESP-IDF via an integrated development environment (IDE):

Or select the corresponding manual installation process according to the operating system:

API:

In order to enable your BPI-Leaf-S3 development board to flash FLASH through USB-CDC, you need to set the development board to firmware download mode.

There are two methods of operation:

1. Connect to the computer via USB, press and hold the BOOT button, then press the RESET button and release it, and finally release the BOOT button.

2. Press and hold the BOOT button when the power supply is disconnected, then connect to the computer via USB, and finally release the BOOT button.

You need to confirm the interface in the device manager. The serial number of the interface in the firmware download mode and the normal mode may be different.

MicroPython

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MicroPython implements most of the features and syntax of Python 3, which is easy to learn and use, and can be downloaded directly into the chip to run the verification program without compiling.

Regardless of whether you have a programming foundation or not, MicroPython is far less difficult to get started with than other programming languages. Its code is easy to read, and the open source community has accumulated rich resources over the years. Just like Python, it has strong vitality and application value.

Arduino

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Arduino is an open source embedded software and hardware development platform for users to create interactive embedded projects.

Resources

BPI-PicoW-S3 schematic : https://github.com/BPI-STEAM/BPI-PicoW-Doc/blob/main/sch/BPI-PicoW-V0.4.pdf

Gallery

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Package Includes

  • 1 x BPi Pico W S3 Development Board

Keywords

  • BPi Pico W