ESP32-C3 TLSR8258 Zigbee Ultra Low Power IOT Development Board
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T-Zigbee is LILYGO®'s second motherboard with dual MCUs. (Notice: Two chips can work at the same time.)
Equipped with TLSR8258 Ultra-Low Power chip (Support BLE 5 Mesh, Zigbee, RF4CE, Thread 6LoWPAN, HomeKit, ANT 2.4GHz Proprietary Standard) and ESP32-C3 chip (Support WIFI and Bluetooth).
|MCU 1||TLSR8258 Ultra-low-power MCU supporting ZigBee and BLE5|
|Wireless|| Support BLE 5 Mesh, Zigbee, RF4CE, Thread
6LoWPAN、HomeKit、 ANT 2.4GHz proprietary standard
With PGA, AMIC, DMIC, 6-channel PWM function
|Programmable LED||Red LED: PD04|
Equipped with RISC-V processor SoC
Support 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 5 (LE)
Main frequency 160 MHz, built-in 400 KB SRAM, 384 KB ROM
Technology Support [Github]
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1. Appearance Details
3. Pin Diagram
2. T-Zigbee + T-U2T
The hardware is really interesting and seems to work as it says. The documentation is pretty lacking though. There are examples of usage but all that is available for zbhci is mostly a generated docs placeholder. Somebody familiar with it needs to go at it and describe all the methods etc. I've been in the source and had to reverse engineer things to be able to use it.