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Adafruit Funhouse Home Automation Development Board (4985)
Adafruit Funhouse Home Automation

Available from:
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GPIO #Component
GPIO00 Button 1
GPIO01 User
GPIO02 User
GPIO03 Button_id 2
GPIO04 Button_id 3
GPIO05 Button_id 4
GPIO06 User
GPIO07 User
GPIO08 User
GPIO09 User
GPIO010 User
GPIO011 User
GPIO012 User
GPIO013 User
GPIO014 User
GPIO015 User
GPIO016 User
GPIO017 User
GPIO018 ADC Input
GPIO019 None
GPIO020 None
GPIO021 BkLight
GPIO33 I2C SCL 1
GPIO34 I2C SDA 1
GPIO35 SSPI MOSI
GPIO36 SSPI SCLK
GPIO37 User
GPIO38 None
GPIO39 ST7789 DC
GPIO40 ST7789 CS
GPIO41 OLED Reset
GPIO42 Buzzer
GPIO43 None
GPIO44 None
GPIO45 None
GPIO46 None
Configuration for ESP32-S2
{"NAME":"Funhouse","GPIO":[32,1,1,7713,7714,7715,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,4704,0,0,992,608,640,864,896,1,0,6624,6592,1024,480,0,0,0,0],"FLAG":0,"BASE":1}
Flash only with ESP32-S2 tasmota32s2... binaries.

An IoT-focused ESP32-S2 dev board with a display, a variety of on-board peripherals, and standard GPIO/I2C connectors for rapid experimentation and development.

This board uses an ESP32-S2-WROVER module with 4 MB flash and 2 MB PSRAM.

Flashing

When the board is booted into debug by holding BOOT (on the back) and pressing the RESET button (on the front) the USB port exposes a serial connection. This can be used to easily flash new firmware.

For flashing via esptool.py, download the tasmota32s2-display.factory.bin or tasmota32s2-sensors.factory.bin.

Currently no automatic ESP32-S2 builds support both display and sensors, so a custom firmware build will be required to use both the display and temp/humidity sensor at the same time

esptool.py --chip esp32s2 --baud 115200 --before default_reset --after hard_reset write_flash --erase-all -z 0x0 tasmota32s2-display.factory.bin

Device Notes

Adafruit Funhouse Front

Adafruit Funhouse Back

Adafruit Funhouse Pinout

Product guide

Peripherals

  • 240x240 ST7789-based SPI TFT display
    • Supported by Tasmota in -display firmware and via USE_ST7789 in custom firmware.
  • AHT20 I2C temp/humidity sensor
    • Supported by Tasmota in -sensors firmware and via USE_AHT2x in custom firmware.
  • DP310 I2C temp/pressure sensor
    • Currently unsupported by Tasmota.
  • ALS-PT19 analog light sensor
    • On GPIO18
    • Provided template configures this as ADC Input 1
  • A front-facing mini PIO sensor socket
    • On GPIO16
    • Provided template configures this as a User pin for manual configuration via module.
  • 3 front panel user buttons, one back panel user button
    • Front panel buttons on GPIO3-5
    • Back panel button on GPIO0 (doubles as BOOT0 button)
    • Provided template configures these as Button 1-4, with the rear panel as Button 1.
  • 7 front panel capacitive touch buttons
    • On GPIO6-13
    • Limited support in Tasmota, only 4 of the 7 can be used. Provided template sets these up as User pins for manual configuration via module.
  • 5 APA102 DotStar LEDs
  • One front panel red LED
    • On GPIO37
    • Provided template configures this as Led 1.
  • GPIO-connected buzzer
    • On GPIO42
    • Provided template sets configures this as Buzzer
  • 3x 2-pin STEMMA JST-PH GPIO connectors
    • On GPIO20 (A0), GPIO2 (A1), and GPIO1 (A2)
    • Provided template configures these as User pins for manual configuration via module.
  • STEMMA-QT JST-SH I2C bus connector
    • On GPIO33 (SCL) and GPIO34 (SDA), bus shared with onboard sensors.

Debug Console Output

The ESP32-S2 serial debug console is available on two test pads on the back of the board, in a cluster of three test pads to the left of the ESP32-S2 module. The TX signal is on the top-left pad with RX on the top-right pad.

Adafruit Funhouse Debug Pads