ESP32-S2 based WiFi 4 Embedded Module – The PAN9520
Step by step: How to easily video stream with Panasonic Industry’s new ESP32-S2 based PAN9520 Wi-Fi module
Panasonic Industry is breaking new ground with its new PAN9520 wireless module. Containing the ESP32-S2 chip, it can be considered as the first Espressif-based module that enables standalone Wi-Fi applications.
The PAN9520 is part of a new generation of Panasonic Industry’s evolution boards coming with the Arduino form factor, serving the trend for mass-market available shields with the mere purpose of rapid prototyping.
Surveillance cameras, for instance, still are a domain of Wi-Fi networks, so let’s look exemplarily at the Arduino PAN9520 evaluation board and its interaction with the OV2640 camera – from the required hardware and toolchain to finally running the demo. So join us for this step by step instruction.
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The PAN9520 is a 2.4 GHz 802.11 b/g/n embedded Wi-Fi module based on Espressif ESP32-S2 that includes the powerful Xtensa 32-bit LX7 CPU. An integrated chip antenna, and QSPI memory enable the module to be used in a variety of stand-alone or host-controlled applications.
In this webinar you will learn about everything you need to know about the PAN9520, its rich feature set and especially how to get started in terms of Hardware and Software tools. Furthermore, we will showcase the capabilities of the PAN9520 for smart home CCTV applications.
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