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Flipper Zero Explained, Overview, Usage, Features & Technical Specification

Flipper Zero is a handheld tool packed with a range of sensors, antennas, and chips that was released in August 2020 through Kickstarter’s crowd-funding campaign, Firmware was based on FREE RTOS, has a central processing unit STMicroelectronics STM32WB55, a memory of 256KB RAM and supporting 1024KB flash, removable storage USB is Micro SD (up to 256GB). Flipper Zero has a monochrome orange backlight 1.4inches LCD screen with a resolution of 128×64 pixels. Dimensions 100 x 40 x 25 mm and can be connected via NFC, 125 kHz RFID, Sub-1 GHz Radio, Infrared port, GPIO pins, Bluetooth LE, USB 2.0, 1-Wire, initially developed for interaction with access control devices. The device can read, copy, and emulate RFID and NFC tags, radio remotes, iButton, and digital access keys, along with a GPIO interface.

Overview of Flipper Zero

Flipper Zero is designed for engagement with different types of access control systems, radio protocols, RFID, infrared signals, and near-field communication (NFC). The device can be used without a cell phone or a laptop via a 5-position D-pad controller. For interacting with external devices, the Flippernhas normal input/output (GPIO) pinholes on the top side. User data and firmware updates are stored on a Micro SD card as well as external SD (up to 256 GB). Some actions, such as firmware or user data updates, require a connection to a computer or a smartphone with the developer’s software installed.

Flipper Zero Explained

Usage and Applicability of Flipper Zero

Flipper Zero is a learning tool majorly, designed to make cybersecurity information more accessible and user-friendly and change the way users think about the sophistication of these devices being used digitally. Much of the technology and techniques Flipper Zero uses have been around for years providing access to users here it depends that their use is for constructive purposes or otherwise as this tool can be used in destructive ways so it’s important that whoever has the tool in hand.

Flipper Zero Transceivers Coverage

There are optimum ranges for a wider range of wireless devices and access control systems, such as garage door remotes, boom barriers, main gates of different institutions, and remote keyless systems used in cars.

Flipper has an in-house built Sub-1 GHZ transceivers, 433MHz antenna, and a CC1101 chip, which makes it a powerful transceiver capable of up to 50 meters range.

Flipper Zero Transceivers Coverage

Flipper Zero Controller Features

1.4″ monochrome LCD display
128×64 px, ultra-low power
Sunlight readable
5-Button directional pad for menu navigation
Exit/back button
Status LED
USB Type-C
Power and battery charging
Firmware update
3.3V logic levels (5V Tolerant)
Infrared transceiver
Wrist strap hole
Infrared transceiver
Firmware update
MicroSD Card slot

Flipper Zero Controller Features

Technical Specifications of Flipper Zero

MCU (Microcontroller unit)

Model: STM32WB55RG
ARM Cortex-M4 32-bit 64 MHz (Application Processor)
ARM Cortex-M0+ 32 MHz (Network Processor)
Flash: 1024 KB
SRAM: 256 KB


LCD Monochrome
Resolution: 128×64 px
Controller: ST7565R
Interface: SPI
Diagonal Size: 1.4“

Sub-1 GHz module

Chip: TI CC1101
TX Power: 0 dBm max

Frequency bands (Depends on Your Region) – Flipper Zero

315 MHz
433 MHz
868 MHz
915 MHz


Frequency: 100-2500 Hz
Sound Output: 87 dB
Type: Coin

Vibration Motor

Force value: 30 N
Speed: 13500 rpm

Battery of Flipper Zero

LiPo 2000 mA⋅h
7 Days Approximately

Micro SD

Up to 64GB MicroSDHC
Read/Write Speed: up to 5 Mbit/s


Size: 100 x 40 x 25 mm
Weight: 102 grams
Body Materials: PC, ABS, PMMA
Operating Temperature: 0 ~ 40 °C


3.3 CMOS Level
Input 5V Tolerant
Up to 20 mA Per Digital Pin

Bluetooth LE 5.0

TX Power: 0 dBm max
RX Sensitivity: -96 dBm
Data Rate: 2 Mbps


TX/RX Range: 800-950 nm
TX Power: 300 mW

NFC -Flipper Zero

Frequency: 13.56 MHz

NFC Forum Protocols

Frequency: 125 kHz
Modulation: AM, PSK, FSK

Supported cards

EM400x, EM410x, EM420x
HIDProx, Indala

RFID 125 kHz

Frequency: 125 kHz
Modulation: AM, PSK, FSK


5-Button Joystick
Back Button
Reboot — Back+Left buttons for 2 seconds


1x USB 2.0 port, type C
USB Device

Operate Modes: Reader/Writer/Emulator

Supported protocols

Dallas DS1990A

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