by Macchina

An open, Bee-compatible ESP32 module for quickly and easily adding Wi-Fi and Bluetooth

View all updates Feb 05, 2019

What can SuperB do for you?

We designed SuperB as a wireless solution that plugs into the Bee socket of M2, our automotive interface hardware. Fortunately for you and us, Bee sockets are found everywhere, with over ten million Bee modules deployed to date. Wherever the modular Bee socket is found, SuperB will work. Some examples? SparkFun’s Wireless Joystick Kit and Adafruit’s Tweet-a-watt are two great examples of cool Bee-ready hardware and projects available today.

SuperB will come preloaded with AT Command code, allowing you to communicate with ESP32 over UART with any microcontroller using standard AT commands. Want to use it like an Arduino? Program SuperB using the Arduino IDE for whatever you are looking to build. You can even program SuperB to act as a wireless bootloader for a host system. Better yet, you can reprogram SuperB to wirelessly connect SavvyCan, creating a wireless car hacking dynamic duo with M2! Check back for instructions and code in a future update!

If that wasn’t enough, SuperB is also sporting a sweet new logo. We hope you enjoy the new aesthetic.

We’ve reached over 100 % of our campaign goal with YOUR help! Thank you! Please keep your comments coming and let others know about the campaign!

Team Macchina

$7,949 raised

of $2,500 goal

317% Funded! Order Below

Product Choices



One SuperB unit, with built-in antenna.



One SuperBx unit, with U.FL for external antenna (not provided).



One M2 unit (SuperB not included).



We started as a group of friends with experience in consumer electronics making hardware to fit the needs of our own automotive projects. Over time we realized many people - ranging from hobbyists to prototyping labs and even entrepreneurs - could benefit from the work we are doing. Now we are a larger team making hardware for everyone's projects.

Earl Sharpe

Josh Sharpe

Will caruana

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