Affordable and flexible platform to ease prototyping using a STM32F401RET6 microcontroller.
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The STM32 Nucleo board provides an affordable and flexible way for users to try out new ideas and build prototypes with any STM32 microcontroller line, choosing from the various combinations of performance, power consumption and features.
The Arduino™ connectivity support and ST Morpho headers make it easy to expand the functionality of the STM32 Nucleo open development platform with a wide choice of specialized shields.
The STM32 Nucleo board does not require any separate probe as it integrates the ST-LINK/V2-1 debugger/programmer.
- STM32F401RET6 in LQFP64 package
- ARM®32-bit Cortex®-M4 CPU with FPU
- 84 MHz max CPU frequency
- VDD from 1.7 V to 3.6 V
- 512 KB Flash
- 96 KB SRAM
- GPIO (50) with external interrupt capability
- 12-bit ADC with 16 channels
- Advanced-control Timer
- General Purpose Timers (7)
- Watchdog Timers (2)
- USART/UART (4)
- I2C (3)
- SPI (3)
- USB 2.0 OTG FS
- Two types of extension resources
- Arduino Uno Revision 3 connectivity
- STMicroelectronics Morpho extension pin headers for full access to all STM32 I/Os
- On-board ST-LINK/V2-1 debugger/programmer with SWD connector
- Selection-mode switch to use the kit as a standalone ST-LINK/V2-1
- Flexible board power supply
- USB VBUS or external source (3.3 V, 5 V, 7 - 12 V)
- Power management access point
- User LED (LD2)
- Two push buttons: USER and RESET
- USB re-enumeration capability: three different interfaces supported on USB
- Virtual Com port
- Mass storage (USB Disk drive) for drag'n'drop programming
- Debug port
These headers give access to all STM32 pins.
Only the labels written in blue/white or green/white (i.e. PA_4, PB_5, A0, D14, LED1...) must be used in your code. The other labels are given as information (alternate-functions, power pins, ...).
You can find more details on the available pins and labels in the following files (link to the latest mbed-dev library version):
Shields support notes
- (1) - This shield requires SPI pins remapping because it uses a non-standard 6 pin SPI connector. Please refer to the shield page on mbed for more information.
- (2) - To use this shield with ST Nucleo platforms you will need to remove SB13 and SB14 then bridge SB62 and SB63. This will enable the processor to communicate with the shield using the default serial connection, but will stop the comms going via the ST-Link and USB. Alternatively you could use other serial-enabled pins, which have to be connected to D0/D1 pins on the shield. Please refer to the the Nucleo pinout image for options.
- (3) - This shield uses I2C on A4/A5 pins and requires bridging of A4<->D14 and A5<->D15.
- (4) - To boot on external power, the PWR jumper (near the reset button) has to be switched to E5V position.
This video shows how to get started with ARM mbed Integrated Development Environment using STM32 Nucleo platform:
Nucleo ST-LINK/V2 driver installation and firmware upgrade
For more information, please refer to:
The following section describes known limitations of the platform. Note that general issues are tracked into the mbed repository available on GitHub.
This platform does not present any limitation.
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