DFRobot Beetle RP2040 is a development board built around the RP2040 chip. It has a compact size of 27mm×20mm, which is easy to embed into small devices or projects.
Designed by Raspberry Pi, RP2040 features a dual-core ARM Cortex-M0+ processor with up to 133MHz clock and 264KB internal RAM, and supports USB 1.1 devices, which allows users to focus on function implementation instead of spending too much time and effort on improving codes.
The board adopts a beginner-friendly large pad design, effectively reducing the difficulty of soldering. And it provides 8 carefully-selected GPIO ports that can serve as I2C, UART, SPI, digital port, analog port, etc., more convenient and flexible for users to develop various applications.
- RP2040 microcontroller chip designed by Raspberry Pi
- 2M FLASH storage
- Small size of 27mm x 20mm
- Immersion gold pad for easy soldering
- Support C++, MicroPython, and Arduino C programming
- 8 GPIO pins, I2C × 2, UART × 2, SPI × 1, digital port × 8, analog port × 2
- Onboard BLINK_LED light
- USB TYPE-C interface
- Work well with USB 1.1 device
- Programmable light control and home appliance control
- Stage props control
- Desktop equipment
- Node data collecting and AI analysis
- Computer USB devices
- MCU: Raspberry Pi RP2040
- Main Frequency: 133MHz
- RAM: 264K
- FLASH: 2M
- Power Supply: DC 3.3V~5V
- System Level: 3.3V
- USB Interface: TYPE-C
- GPIO: ×8
- I2C: ×2
- UART: ×2
- SPI: ×1
- Digital Port: ×8
- Analog Port: ×2
- Reset Button: ×1
- BOOT Button: ×1
- LED: ×1
- USB Device: USB 1.1
- Programming Method: C++, MicroPython, Arduino C, Mind+ graphical programming
- Soldering Pad Size: 4×3.5mm
- Pad Pitch: 2.54mm
- PCB Material: FR-4
- PCB Copper Clad Process: immersion gold
- Solder Material: environment-friendly and lead-free
- Dimension(without package): 27×20×4.91mm (at the highest point)/1.06×0.79×0.19"
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