PCB Design for ESP32 Stand alone module



  • Hi All, i m also facing the same error. we are developing an iot device based on esp32d0wdq6 controller. we have designed a board. Now the program is not getting uploaded. the connections are
    TTL Converter 3.3v - vcc (ESP32)
    TTL Converter gnd - gnd (ESP32)
    TTL Converter TXD - RXD (ESP32)
    TTL Converter RXD - TXD (ESP32)
    GND - GPIO 0 (ESP32)
    3.3V - EN (ESP32).
    Connecting......................................____An error occurred while uploading the sketch
    _
    this is error message i m getting.

    A fatal error occurred: Failed to connect to ESP32: Timed out waiting for packet header
    FYI, we are using the W25Q40CL flash ic. please help me to sort out this issue.
    Thanks in Advance !



  • And having one more doubt !
    Bootloader for esp32 will present already or we need to load the bootloader code into the newly brought esp32 chip ?



  • @Sharmila If you're programming the board for the first time using Arduino IDE then you need to burn the bootloader into the bare IC. I have a doubt when you said the IC is not getting programmed even though the GPIO0 is low.

    I wanna know is GPIO0 low all the time or did you pull it low momentarily using a button??



  • @kowshik1729 Yes i m programming the board first time using arduion. GPIO 0 is low all the time.



  • @Sharmila GPIO0 must not be low all the time. It must be held low only for a moment. Because GPIO0 is a boot strap option for choosing between UART download and normal operation. Please refer to the datasheet and search boot strap. And also can you please post a snap of your newly designed board please?



  • @kowshik1729 thank you for the hint ! i will check it . schematic picture of my board is given below

    (freesnippingtool.com_capture_20200721122206.png)



  • @kowshik1729 sorry, gpio 0 is low only till it is programmed. after that this will disconnected.



  • @Sharmila Reviewed your schematics. Have the following doubts

    1. Is this a USB receptacle?

    4f585013-72f9-4ceb-bc72-8fa40ff32a36-image.png

    1. Didn't find any option where you can pull the GPIO0 low and bring it back to normal state. Did you have a jumper connection or button between GPIO0 and GND?


    1. no.
    2. we are using jumper for gpio 0th pin. please refer the below image.
      freesnippingtool.com_capture_20200721200934.png

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