SparkFun Qwiic Pocket Development Board – ESP32-C6 Mini-1 Module, Including a USB-C Connector, Qwiic Connector, 2-pin JST Battery Connector, Board...

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The SparkFun ESP32-C6 Pocket Dev Board is built around a RISC-V single-core processor with 4 MB flash memory in a 1″x1″ Qwiic Standard Footprint!
It features the ESP32-C6 Mini-1 module. We designed this board with components on both sides of the PCB to squeeze as many features as possible into its tiny footprint, including a USB-C connector, Qwiic connector, 2-pin JST battery connector with an on-board charging circuit, as well as two buttons for Reset and Boot. The design also works to optimize power consumption.
Features: Up to 7 12-bit ADC Channels, Up to 2 UART Channels (with flow control) USB Serial, One Low Power UART Channel, One I2C Channel, One Low Power I2C Channel, LED PWM, One I2S Channel, 4 MB Flash.

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The SparkFun ESP32-C6 Pocket Dev Board is built around a RISC-V single-core processor with 4 MB flash memory in a 1″x1″ Qwiic Standard Footprint!
It features the ESP32-C6 Mini-1 module. We designed this board with components on both sides of the PCB to squeeze as many features as conceivable into its tiny footprint, including a USB-C connector, Qwiic connector, 2-pin JST battery connector with an on-board charging circuit, in addition to two buttons for Reset and Boot. The design also works to optimize power consumption.
Features: As much as 7 12-bit ADC Channels, As much as 2 UART Channels (with go with the flow keep watch over) USB Serial, One Low Power UART Channel, One I2C Channel, One Low Power I2C Channel, LED PWM, One I2S Channel, 4 MB Flash.
Also features: PCB Antenna, Matter-compatible, Qwiic Form-Factor, Dimensions: 1″ x 1″, Four Mounting Holes, 8 PTH pins, USB-C Connector, 2-pin JST Connector for LiPo Battery (not included) 4-pin Qwiic Connector.
Even though some are tied to specific pins, many of these peripherals can also be mapped to any GPIO pin. As a result of the board’s size, it only breaks out eight total GPIO pins, including four ADC-compatible pins, Low Power and Standard UART, and an extra two GPIO pins. All Qwiic-enabled boards use a common 1mm pitch, 4-pin JST connector. This reduces the amount of required PCB space, and polarized connections mean you’ll’t hook it up incorrect.

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