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Product description: Circuitmess Ringo GSM educational set - complex
A complex set of CircuitMess Ringo GSM which is a fully functional mobile phone built on the basis of ESP-32 module. The device has full functionality of a standard phone, enables making calls, sending SMS messages and playing productions such as Snake or Space Invaders. Additionally, it can be fully customized with a dedicated graphic editor and compatibility with Arduino.
What does Circuitmess Ringo GSM educational set teach you?
- How to use the soldering iron properly.
- What are the basic electronic elements and what is their operation.
- What is a microcontroller and what are the basic elements of digital electronics.
- How to program microcontrollers in such languages as C++ or Python.
- How a mobile phone works.
The complex model is locked in a secure box.
Programming Circuitmess Ringo GSM - a complex educational set
Thanks to the compatibility of ESP-32 module with Arduino, it is possible to extend the functions of the board by programming them using Arduino IDE environment. Additionally, the manufacturer has prepared a dedicated Circuit Blocks graphics editor based on the popular Scratch programming language, which greatly facilitates programming learning. The device is equipped with CircuitOS operating system created on the basis of FreeRTOS, more information about available functions can be found on manufacturer's website.
Compatibility with Arduino allows to program devices using Arduino IDE.
Content of the Circuitmess Ringo GSM education kit - complex
The kit includes a complete set of elements for self-assembly of a mobile phone. The set includes:
- Ringo Board - the main board, which connects all elements together into a single device.
- Ringo enclosure - enclosure protecting the finished module against damage made of acrylic.
- TFT LCD display - colour LCD screen with a resolution of 128 x 160 px.
- GSM module - SIM800C module allows you to make calls and send text messages.
- Main module - a module equipped with ESP-32 enabling Wifi and bluetooth communication, the board has a built-in power supply.
- Sound module - a board equipped with a DAC module, responsible for chimes, alarms and sound effects. In addition, it has the ability to solder a 3.5 mm jack socket.
- Amplifier module - produces loud hums, sounds and noises.
- Antenna - provides an excellent telephone signal. Antenna has an adhesive layer.
- 4GB microSD card - preloaded with games and applications.
- Accessories - bag with small electronic items such as buttons, screws and caps.
Layout of elements on the CircuitMess Ringo GSM device.
Specification of the Circuitmess Ringo GSM education kit - for self-assembly.
- Main module: ESP-32
- Microcontroller: Tensilica Xtensa LX6
- Clock: 160 MHz
- 600 DMIPS
- 512 kB SRAM
- 4 MB FLASH
- Type: LCD TFT 1.8" 160 x 128 px
- Colours: RGB 16-bit
- Refreshing: 25 fps (default), up to 50 fps
- Adjustable backlighting
- 10-bit DAC
- Multi-channel WAV playback
- 2 W Class D audio amplifier
- Connectors: 3.5 mm jack
- Speaker: 1 W
- Software-based sound control
- Switches / Buttons:
- Analogue joystick: 4 positions
- 12 numeric buttons
- Button A (Confirmation of action execution)
- Button B (Back)
- 4 programmable buttons
- A microSD socket:
- Supported file systems: FAT / FAT32
- 4 GB card included
- Uploaded games and applications
- Wireless network:
- Wi-Fi: 802.11 b/g/n
- Bluetooth: v4.2 BR/EDR and BLE
- GSM module: SIM800C
- Nest: microSIM
- Power supply:
- Battery: Li-Pol 3.7 V / 1300 mAh
- Socket: microUSB
- Built-in RTC clock DS1307