ESP3212 Eagle Library and Breakout Board

A library for the new ESP3212 module and a Breakout Board

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ESP3212 Eagle library and Breakout Board

Use the link to the github repo to get the files.

esp3212 breakout v1.sch

Eagle schematic for the breakout board

sch - 64.31 kB - 09/09/2016 at 06:28



Eagle library with ESP3212 package

lbr - 19.99 kB - 09/09/2016 at 06:06


Zipped Gerber files

Zip Archive - 23.06 kB - 09/09/2016 at 06:05


esp3212 breakout v1.brd

Eagle board for the breakout board

brd - 43.69 kB - 09/09/2016 at 06:05


  • 1 × ESP3212 Module
  • 2 × 1x15 0.1" pitch header pins (male or female)

  • PCBs Received Today

    Philip Weiss09/14/2016 at 01:25 0 comments

    I got 50 PCBs of the breakout board today. Everything looks and tests good, but I can't test the footprint of the ESP3212 because I can't get one yet.

    If anyone wants to test it for me, you can buy one here

  • Everything finished but untested

    Philip Weiss09/09/2016 at 05:54 0 comments

    I finished the library and breakout board, so the next step is to order the PCBs. Only problem is it's going to be a while before I can get a ESP3212 module. If anyone has one, I'd be very interested in buying it from you. Or you could make or order the PCB yourself and please tell me if it works right.

    Otherwise, when I get the PCBs sometime next week, I'll put it on Tindie as an Alpha version, and I'll fully refund the first one or two people who buy it, thoroughly test it, and report back to me whether it works. Unless anyone has a better idea...

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  • 1
    Step 1

    Order PCB, headers and ESP3212 module .

  • 2
    Step 2

    Solder ESP3212 and headers.

  • 3
    Step 3


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Gabrielle Trotter wrote 10/20/2016 at 16:33 point

I just got my modules in the mail, took about a month.

I'll see if i can tell how the footprint looks, and let you know. Will probably be cheaper for me to just spin boards myself off oshpark though with the shipping cost.

Also may look into adding a voltage reg and other stuff on the board to make easier to use, if I do I'll post you the files!

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Josh Valdes wrote 09/10/2016 at 12:30 point

Check it out, I made some USB programmable ESP32 boards in KiCAD, for both module versions. Untested, as I haven't gotten my hands on the modules yet.

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