M5Stick-C is a mini M5Stack, powered by ESP32. It is a portable, easy-to-use, open source, IoT development board.
What it can do? This tiny block is able to realize your idea, enlighten your creativity, and help with your IoT prototying in a very short time. It will takes away a lot of the pains form the development process.
M5stickC is one of the core devices in M5Stack product series which is built in a continues growing hardware & software ecosystem. It has a lot of compatible modules & units, as well as the open source code & engineering community that will help you maximum your benefit in every step of the developing process.
Power switch operation：
Power on ：Long press power button for 2 seconds
Power on ：Short press power button for 6 seconds
RED LED & IR Transmitter & BUTTON A & BUTTON B
|RED LED||LED Pin|
|IR Transmitter||Transmitter Pin|
|BUTTON A||Button Pin|
|BUTTON B||Button Pin|
Resolution：80 * 160
I tried to follow the Stick-C documentation https://docs.m5stack.com/#/zh_CN/uiflow/UIFlow_Desktop_IDE and it was impossible to make it work as it came with factory test software flashed so after boot the UIFlow never appeared to be able to configure it; someone in the FB M5Stack group adviced me to flash it but i was not aware of the Buerner App selection on the top right for the Stick-C....after a lot of time i did finally managed to flash UIFlow V1.4.4 and configure the Stick-C borh for UIFlow Desktop (USB) and for UIFlow browser/internet version (which is extremely unreliable, identical problem i have with M5 Core and M5 Core Fire). Summarizing finally i was able to develop a test a application (watch using , there are bugs in the UIFlow that dont show labels if the are "too low" on the screen altough visually on the IDE they are inside ) after a lot of time due to the lack of documentation and inconsistent state of delivery as explained above. M5 Stack has real problems in generating proper documentation from all the otherwise nice products/concepts, therefore the solution as whole does not deserve a 5 start yet. Additinoaly M5 Stack has to work on the reliability of the browswer/internet download that (in my case) works once every 10+ attempts. Please fix bug with labels mentioned above. Thank you, JCA
RoverC and StickC work well together. I am able to control RoverC from a web page easily. Now I can send its movement commands to RoverC which, in turn, sends to MQTT, and saved in Kafka. I can now replay the movements remotely. Fun project.
Compact format , no solder needed
Great products, great service and great company.