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The ESP32-CAM Development Board is a compact and feature-rich module designed for projects involving camera functionality. It combines the ESP32 microcontroller with a camera module, making it ideal for applications such as video streaming, facial recognition, and surveillance systems. The board provides built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth capabilities, allowing for seamless connectivity and integration with Arduino and other microcontroller platforms.

      ESP32 CAM Development Board

      SKU: 187
      ₹1,000.00 Regular Price
      ₹650.00Sale Price
      • Specification

        • Microcontroller: ESP32-WROOM-32Dual-core Tensilica LX6 microprocessorClock Speed: Up to 240 MHzOperating Voltage: 3.3VFlash Memory: 4MBSRAM: 520KBWi-Fi Standard: 802.11 b/g/nBluetooth: Bluetooth 4.2 BLECamera: OV2640 (2MP) or OV7670 (0.3MP) module optionsGPIO Pins: Varies based on the development boardAnalog Input Pins: Varies based on the development boardUART, SPI, I2C, I2S, PWM, ADC interfacesDimensions: Varies based on the development boardd


        • Gather the necessary components: ESP32-CAM Development Board, USB cable (Type-A to micro-USB), and a computer with the Arduino IDE installed.
        • Ensure that your computer is powered on but the ESP32-CAM module is not connected yet.
        • Take the USB cable and locate the USB Type-A connector, which is usually rectangular and larger.
        • Connect the Type-A end of the USB cable to an available USB port on your computer.
        • Take the other end of the USB cable with the micro-USB connector, which is smaller and rectangular in shape.
        • Locate the micro-USB port on the ESP32-CAM development board. It is usually located on the edge of the board.
        • Align the micro-USB connector with the micro-USB port on the development board and gently insert it. Ensure a secure connection.
        • Once the cable is connected to both the computer and the ESP32-CAM module, the module will receive power from the computer.
        • Open the Arduino IDE on your computer.
        • In the Arduino IDE, go to File > Preferences and add the following URL to the "Additional Boards Manager URLs":
        • Go to Tools > Board > Boards Manager. Search for "esp32" and install the "esp32" board package.
        • Select the appropriate board by going to Tools > Board and selecting the specific ESP32 development board you are using.
        • Choose the correct port by going to Tools > Port and selecting the port that corresponds to the ESP32-CAM module.
        • Your ESP32-CAM development board is now successfully connected to your computer. You can begin programming and utilizing its camera, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth capabilities for your projects.
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