The following lists contain the parts, tools and software needed to complete "MicroPython with ESP32".
Of all of the listed components, the ESP32 board is the only one that is absolutely needed. For the rest, only purchase them if you want to do the actual experiments. Those parts are recommended but not absolutely needed.
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Hardware requirements (parts and tools):
An ESP32 development kit
A 10 KΩ potentiometer
A 5mm LED
A momentary button
Assorted resistors, from 300 Ω to 500 KΩ.
A DHT22 sensor
BME280 environment sensor
ADXL335 analog accelerometer
HC-SR04 ultrasonic distance sensor
2x16 LCD with PCF8574 I2C
0.96” OLED I2C SSD1306
1.3” OLED I2C SH1106
0.96” OLED I2C SSD1315
8x8 LED matrix with the MAX7219
A 5V DC motor
A 5V mini servo motor
DRV8871 motor controller breakout
Two mini breadboards
KORAD KA3005P or equivalent Programmable Precision Variable Adjustable 30V, 5A DC Linear Power Supply (benchtop power supply)