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The lastest version is V4.1;

  • This kit use the ESP32-WROVER module.
  • The ESP-WROVER-KIT from Espressif supports the most distinguishing features of the ESP32. Whether you need external SRAM for IoT applications, or an LCD+camera interface, it has you covered!
  • The ESP-WROVER-KIT is a newly-launched development board built around ESP32. This board comes with an ESP32 module already. The V4.1 version of this kit now comes with the ESP32-WROVER-B. This module come with an additional 8 MB SPI PSRAM (Pseudo static RAM)
  • The ESP-WROVER-KIT features support for an LCD and MicroSD card. The I/O pins have been led out from the ESP32 module for easy extension. The board carries an advanced multi-protocol USB bridge (the FTDI FT2232HL), enabling developers to use JTAG directly to debug the ESP32 through the USB interface. The development board makes secondary development easy and cost-effective.
  • ESP-WROVER-KIT targets the high performance requirements with 4.5 MB of RAM and a dual core 240 MHz CPU. Create Internet cameras, smart displays or Internet radios with this highly integrated ultra low power module by connecting LCDs, cameras, microphones and codecs to it.



  • ESP32 is engineered to be fast, smart and versatile. The ESP-WROVER-KIT complements these characteristics by offering on-board high speed Micro SD card interface, VGA camera interface, as well as 3.2” SPI LCD panel and I/O expansion capabilities.
  • Bogged down by bugs? The ESP32 supports JTAG debugging, while the ESP-WROVER-KIT integrates a USB debugger as well. This makes debugging and tracing complex applications very easy, without the need for any additional hardware.
  • Have you been developing your applications around the ESP-WROOM-32 module? Not only does the ESP-WROVER-KIT support the popular ESP-WROOM-32 module, but it also supports the new ESP32-WROVER module, which is coming soon!

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ESP-WROVER-KIT board layout - front

ESP-WROVER-KIT board layout - back


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Anonymous user #1

37 months ago
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It would be real nice if the ESP company supported esp kit arduino and quit support for the IDF mess ,I have my wrover kit up and running with arduino in less than 1 hour ... I tried 2 times to download that IDF thing and both failed win 10 ...ARDUINO works perfect .