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STM32F4Stamp, a breakout board for STM32F4

Posted on Wednesday, November 20th, 2013 in project logs by DP

stm32f4stamp_fitsintobreadboard

Frank Zhao posted his STM32F4 breakout board in the project log forum:

I really like the STM32 family of ARM microcontrollers. This breakout board is a narrow design that fits perfectly on a breadboard. Every pin is accessible. It has USB, a reset button, and a bootload button. The chip itself has a permanent USB bootloader that is activated by the bootload button. This means that no equipment is required to program this microcontroller, no expensive debugger, nothing at all except a USB cable.
Design files are open source and can be downloaded, there is also a short video about the bootloader and more instructions

I am also giving away blank PCBs to those interested (see “giveaway” on my page), Seeed makes more than I need, every single time

Via the forum.

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  1. Chuckt says:

    Nice looking board

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