Template: ESP32-RGB-Matrix-P3-64x32 Manual

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User Guides of ESP32-S2-Pico

Environment Setting

Our demo is based on Arduino, please refer to Arduino Environment Setting


Note: A Pico baseboard is required for use here.
Click to download the programFile:Pico-RGB-Matrix-P3-64x32-Demo (5).zip, after the download is complete, go to Pico-RGB-Matrix-P3-64x32-Demo\ESP32-S2-Pico\Arduino,
1. Copy RGBMatrix-master to the libraries in the Arduino installation directory;
2. Go back to RGB-Matrix-P3-64x32-Demo\\ESP32-S2-Pico\Arduino, open the .ino file in EzTimeTetrisClockESP32S2 and follow the steps below to download

Demo example

Hardware connection

Materials needed

  • RGB-Matrix-P3-64x32(This product)
  • NodeMCU-32S(To be purchased separately, if not, it is recommended to buy a version with a soldered pin header, which is convenient for direct insertion)

ESP32 connection pin correspondence

RGB LED Matrix Pins used (HUB75 interface)
bottom plate ESP32 Pin description
R1 GP13 High-order R data
A GP19 A row selection
B GP23 B line selection
C GP18 C row selection
D GP5 D line selection
E GP15 E row selection
CLK GP14 Clock Input
STB/LAT GP22 Latch Pin
OE GP0 Output Enable
Connect data input to data output
Data Input Data Output Pin Description
G1 R2 High G data
B1 G2 High-order B data
R2 R1 Lower R data
G2 G1 Low G data
B2 B1 Lower B data


Software settings

  • Download arduino-1.8.15 (corresponding library files have been installed)
  • After connecting the wires according to the hardware connection diagram, the software settings are as follows:
  • Notice:
    • You need to set up wifi, otherwise the program will not work properly

Example display

Tetris clock (with network calibration)

The running effect of the sample program is shown in the figure below:

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【Function Description】

  • Time display screen:
    • Time calibration via ESP32 network
    • display time
    • Block animation effect display