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Sunton ESP32-1732S019 ~


The configuration for this board is under development and not finilized yet.

These are great "all-in-one" device that have integrated ESP32/ESP32-S3 chips, many with PSRAM. Sizes from 1.9" to a whopping 7" display and built in touch.

Available via the Sunton store on Aliexpress.


There are many versions:

  • ESP32-1732S019 (ESP32-S3) - currently not supported
  • ESP32-2432S028 (ESP32)
  • ESP32-3248S035(r/c)* (ESP32)
  • ESP32-4827S043(r/c)* (ESP32-S3)
  • ESP32-8048S050 (ESP32-S3)
  • ESP32-8048S070 (ESP32-S3)

*Note: versions can have Resistive (r) or Capacitive (c) touch screens, you need to ensure you load the correct firmware for the device you have.

ESP32-S3 Modules have PSram and are more suitable for loading fonts, and graphics.


The Sunton screens are fully featured and ready to use screens with ESP32(S3) integrated, touch control integrated (Resistive or Capacitive), with resultions as high has 800x480! (in the 4.3"+ screens). The back has many GPIO pins avialable through an included connector, TF Slot, Audio out (some versions), note: audio/tf not supported in openHASP yet.


If you have a 3D printer, cases are becoming available:


Sunton ESP32 3.5inch Display Case Stand from


Sunton ESP32S3 8048s043c 4.3" Screen Case from

Other cases maybe available, search printables, thingiverse, etc


Compile your own via and platformio_override.ini environment templates.

Also available via web installer at

or the latest found under Github Actions, click on the latest action, and look under the Assets sections for zip files containing builds binary files.

  1. Use the Nightly build website to initially flash the device.

  2. Then update with the OTA file found under Actions, Assets on github. Or compile your own if comfortable doing that.

Initial Setup Notes~

Note that some of the screens have TWO versions, Resistive and Capacitive, so flash the correct firmware (ends in r or a c respectively).

RESISTIVE: After first boot, Run a Calibration via the web ui -> Display Setup -> Calibrate

Then on the screen, touch the indicated points.

Last update: 2024-06-07