NEW GUIDE: Adafruit ESP32-S2 Reverse TFT Feather #AdafruitLearningSystem #Adafruit #feather
The same Feather you know and love, with the TFT on the backside!
Welcome the Adafruit ESP32-S2 Reverse TFT Feather! It’s basically our ESP32-S2 TFT Feather but with the 240×135 color TFT display on the back-side not the front-side. That makes it great for panel-mounted projects, particularly since we’ve also got some space for 3 buttons to go along. It’s like an all-in-one display interface development board, powered by the fantastic ESP32-S2 WiFi module.
The new Adafruit ESP32-S2 Reverse TFT Feather guide has everything you need to get started with your new board! There’s the Overview, the detailed Pinouts page, CircuitPython and Arduino set up and code, Power Management info, Factory Reset details, and finally the Downloads page with datasheets, PCB files, fab print, schematic and more. If you picked up one of these lovely boards, be sure to check out this guide!
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