Your hacking buddy
1.4" monochrome LCD display
128x64 px, ultra-low power
5 button directional pad for menu navigation
3.3V and 5V power
Flipper Zero is completely autonomous and could be controlled from a 5-position directional pad without additional devices, such as a computer or smartphone. The main scripts and popular attacks are available from the menu.
For more control, you can connect Flipper to USB. We decided to build in a cool old-school LCD screen, not TFT / IPS / OLED, which is perfectly visible in sunlight and has an ultra-low power 400nA consumption with the backlight turned off.
3.3V logic levels (5V tolerant)
Hand strap hole
Power and battery charging
MicroSD Card slot
433/868 MHz Transceiver
This is the operating range for a wide class of devices and access control systems, such as garage doors remotes, boom barriers, IoT sensors and remote keyless systems.
Flipper has a built-in CC1101 chip that can both transmit and receive, and an integrated 433MHz frequencies antenna, which makes it a powerful transceiver capable of up to 100 meters range .
Sub-1 GHz Range
Smart sockets & bulbs
IoT sensors & doorbells
Flipper Zero has an integrated decoder for popular remote control algorithms: Keeloq, Came, Doorhan and others. So you can analyze an unknown radio system to figure out the underhood protocol.
It can record the samples of radio protocols to analyze it later on the computer, as well as replay saved samples. Many remotes and IoT devices such as doorbells, sensors and radio sockets don’t use any encryption at all — in this case, Flipper can replay the signal , even if the protocol wasn’t recognized.
Oh, and one more thing — Flipper uses 433 MHz to communicate with other Flippers out there as Tamagochi, so you can make some cyber dolphin friends
CC1101 is a universal transceiver designed for very low-power wireless applications. It supports various types of digital modulations such as 2-FSK, 4-FSK, GFSK and MSK, as well as OOK and flexible ASK shaping. You can perform any digital communication in your applications such as connecting with IoT devices and access systems.
Customizable radio platform
Garage doors & barriers
Low-frequency proximity cards
This type of card is widely used in old access control systems around the world. It’s pretty dumb, keeps only N-byte ID and has no authentication mechanism, allowing it to be read, cloned and emulated by anyone. A 125 kHz antenna is located on the bottom of Flipper — it can read the EM-4100 and HID Prox cards, save them to memory and emulate any of the saved cards choosing it from the menu.
You can also emulate the card entering its ID manually, so you can easily send it to your friend in text format. Thus, Flipper owners can exchange card dumps with each other remotely.
EM-4100 cards reader / writer / emulator
High-frequency proximity cards
Flipper Zero has a built-in NFC module (13.56 MHz). Along with the 125KHz, it turns Flipper into an ultimate RFID device working on both ranges — Low Frequency (LF) and High Frequency (HF).
The NFC module will work with all the major standards, such as NXP Mifare.
It works pretty same as the 125 kHz module, allowing you to read, write and emulate HF tags.
You can even make an exact clone using special Mifare 1K cards with writeable UID.
It’s also possible to communicate with lots of NFC-enabled devices, not only ID cards.
Connect to apps
Flipper Zero has a built-in Bluetooth Low Energy module. We will provide community with an open source library so everyone can use it in their own apps, just like all the other Flipper wireless features.
Full BLE support allows Flipper Zero to act both as central and peripheral device, meaning you can connect your Flipper to 3rd-party devices and connect a smartphone to the Flipper.
Our mobile developers are designing official iOS and Android apps that will let you unleash Flipper potential with larger screen and convenient controls.
The infrared transmitter can transmit any signal to control electronics such as TV, air conditioners, stereo systems and others.
Flipper has a built-in library of common TV vendors commands like turning off, volume UP/DOWN and so on. This library is constantly updated by Flipper community users that upload new signals to IR remote Flipper database.
Flipper Zero has an IR receiver that can receive signals and save it to the library, so you can store any of your existing remotes and transmit it later, as well as upload it to the public database to share with other Flipper users.
Infrared learning feature
Arduino IDE Compatible
All built-in Flipper hardware can be used in your programs, such as a built-in display to print text and draw images, buttons to navigate, radio module for Sub-1Ghz communication, RFID for proximity card, IR for infrared applications and GPIO for extending the functionality with your own modules.
And don’t worry about bloating the memory — Flipper has four times more flash than Arduino Mega.
Extend with your own plugins
Flipper Zero can run your code as a separate plugin without losing its own firmware, so unlike other basic Arduino boards, Flipper can store multiple programs at the same time without losing its main firmware. Thus, you can run any specific code from the plugins menu without uploading it every time you need it. And don’t be afraid to break something — you can always reboot to original firmware if your code freezes.
Hand strap hole
Tool for Hardware Hacking
Hand strap hole
Flipper Zero can be used as a versatile tool for hardware hacking, firmware flashing, debugging and fuzzing. You can connect it to any piece of hardware using GPIO and run your own code, control it with buttons and print debug messages to the LCD display. It can also be used as regular USB to UART/SPI/I2C/etc adapter connected to PC.
SPI/UART/I2C to USB converter
Communicate with hardware from your desktop application.
Use it to flash any kind of SPI memory, such as EEPROM.
Test any protocols and signals.
Built-in 5V and 3.3V power source. Control from built-in buttons and display, no PC required.