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Std EditionS2 Tiny (26uA in deep sleep)
Profile：S2 Tiny Breadboard friendly minimal dev board for ESP32-S2 Wrover or Wroom
License: Public Domain
While the MCP1700 is rated for max 250mA continous current, it is able to supply 550mA pulsed current. In combination with 22uA caps this seems to be enough for the ESP32-S2.
The board does not include a fuse, but the MCP1700 should shutdown automatically on overcurrent (untested).
Another ESP32-S2 (DevKit by OLIMEX) with this voltage regulator can be viewed here: https://github.com/OLIMEX/ESP32-S2-DevKit-LiPo/blob/main/HARDWARE/ESP32-S2-DevKit-Lipo-Rev.B1/ESP32-S2-DevKit-Lipo_Rev_B1.pdf
To flash the board use a serial connection, e.g. via FTDI board connected to RX/TX/GND, e.g. in combination with Arduino IDE. You need to connect GPIO0 to GND and push the reset button before flashing.
Currently I'm using the esp32s2 tree of the Arduino core for the ESP32: https://github.com/espressif/arduino-esp32/tree/esp32s2
Tutorial how to setup Arduino IDE for ESP32-S2 https://github.com/OLIMEX/ESP32-S2-DevKit-LiPo-USB/blob/main/DOCUMENTS/Tutorial-ESP32S2.pdf