PyCom IoT ESP32

The company PyCom was created as a startup founded by Fred de Haro, with the help of the financial measures gathered through the campaign crowdfundingową in the service Kickstarter. Popularity after the introduction on the market of tiles in order to WiPy for development of IoT projects running on a Linux system with a ready-made software for the creation of applications written in MicroPython. Based on the system ESP32 tile PyCom equipped with electronic modules providing communication with external devices in several ways. In offer we also have special accessories such as, in particular, housings, antennas and other extensions, hardware, interacting with the plates PyCom.

PyCom is a small development platform for IoT applications

Already the first element of the tile PyCom that draws particular attention is a microcontroller ESP32 technology integrated SoC with integrated wi-fi module with a range of up to 1 km and Bluetoothem. In addition, the tile design also can communicate wirelessly with external devices using the module LTE-a CAT, M, and Sigfox radio Lora, operating at a frequency of 868 MHz. Shop Botland, there are also practical accessories to PyCom such as modules rozszerzeniowe and special housing. Overlays such as PySense whether PyTrack have built-in devices like sensors for measurement of temperature, humidity, acceleration and other physical quantities. They can be powered by LiPol battery or via a micro-USB connector. Minikomputer PyCom IoT also supports software and collaboration with a fork PyMakr to applications such as atom, visual studio or intelliJ. Also works with plug PyMate which allows you to manage the tiles PyCom aboard your mobile phone.


UC - Microkontroler
UC - freq:
UC - core
UC - External memory
UC - Digital pins:
UC - Connector:
UC - Ethernet:
UC - WiFi:
UC - Bluetooth
UC - Camera interface
UC - Linux
UC - Android
UC - Windows

Universal equipment

Built-in on the plates PyCom Sigfox communication module can operate in four frequency bands of radio waves in the range of 50 km: RCZ1 on 868 MHz in Europe, RCZ2 with 902 MHz in the U.S., Canada and Mexico, RCZ3 for Japan and South Korea, as well as RCZ4 between 920 MHz and 922 MHz for Australia, New Zealand, Central America and South-East Asia. Common to all models of tiles PyCom is the hardware such as the GPIO connector. Depending on the model it 22 - or 24-pin, and enables communication with external devices via UART, I2C, SPI, nanoSIM, and generate the PWM signal for controlling, for example, motors and lighting. This also applies to RAM and FLASH volume, respectively, for 4 MB and 8 MB, 8 channel Converter analog-to-digital 12-bit resolution and 2-channel DAC with 8-bit resolution. Tile PyCom are characterized by low energy consumption and can be powered for many hours from the battery without interruption, through a special 2-pin JST connector pre-installed on the Board.