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Universal e-Paper Raw Panel Driver Board, ESP32 WiFi / Bluetooth Wireless

Universal e-Paper Raw Panel Driver Board, ESP32 WiFi / Bluetooth Wireless

Description: Universal e-Paper Driver Board with WiFi / Bluetooth SoC ESP32 onboard, supports various Waveshare SPI e-Paper raw panels.


The e-Paper ESP32 Driver Board is a wireless solution for refreshing e-Paper display content, suitable for applications such as: supermarket price tag, e-Card, serial port info monitoring, etc.

  • Onboard ESP32, supports Arduino development
  • Provides Android APP, allows to refresh display content via Bluetooth EDR
  • Provides HTML host code, allows to refresh display content via remote webpage, suitable for Internet applications
  • Supports Floyd-Steinberg dithering algorithm, more color combinations, better shadow rendering for the original image
  • Supports popular image formats: BMP, JPEG, GIF, PNG, etc.
  • Comes with development resources and manual
  • Transmitting image via Bluetooth EDR


  • WiFi Protocol: 802.11b/g/n
  • Bluetooth Protocol: Bluetooth 4.2,including traditional BR/EDR, and low power BLE
  • Interface: 3-wire SPI, 4-wire SPI (default)
  • Operating Voltage: 5V
  • Operating Current: 50mA ~ 150mA
  • Low Power Current: <2mA (cut off power supply for CP2102)
  • Dimensions: 29.46 × 48.25mm

Documentation: Here

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Ex Tax: 16.05€
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