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Espressif ESP32's FLIP_C3 Espressif ESP32 board with input voltage up to 50V

Voidbox Industries (VDBX) has introduced the FLIP_C3 development board based on the Espressif ESP32-C3, which is capable of accepting input voltages up to 50V, allowing the use of a variety of power sources including LiFePO4 batteries and DC power supplies.

The FLIP_C3 comes pre-installed with ESPHome software, which facilitates integration with the Home Assistant automation system. The core of the FLIP_C3 board is the Espressif ESP32-C3 module, preloaded with popular firmware such as ESPHome. The board is equipped with a USB Type-C connector, but it is primarily designed to be powered by a wired input that supports up to 50V.

The FLIP_C3 board features a WS2812B RGB LED, connectors for connecting via Qwiic/STEMMA QT interfaces (I2C and UART), and boot and reset switches. The front panel of the board offers 11 general purpose GPIO pins, while the rear panel offers 4 pins on Qwiic/STEMMA QT connectors.

More information about the FLIP_C3 board can be found on the VDBX website. Finished boards without soldered pins can be purchased from the VDBX Tindie store for $20 each.