STM32F4DIS-BB User Manual

STM32F4DIS-BB User Manual

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STM32F4DIS-BB User Manual

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REV 1.0

STM32F4DIS-BB Base Board

Base Board for STM32F4DISCOVERY High-Performance Discovery Board

Extended peripherals including UART, Ethernet, CAN, Camera, LCD, TF, SPI, I2C

Supports optional 3.5’’ LCD module and 1.3 Megapixel digital camera module

Supports FatFs_vR0.08a File System (Used for TF card)

Supports LwIP_v1.3.2 Protocol Stack

Supports Micrium µC/OS-II_v2.91

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Declaration

element14/Embest and ST have launched the STM32F4DIS-BB, a low cost development platform based on STM32F4DISCOVERY.The platform also supports two modules

STM32F4DIS-LCD, STM32F4DIS-CAM.

Glossary

Term Meaning

STM32F4DIS-BB, DM-STF4BB the Base Board for the STM32F4DISCOVERY

STM32F4DIS-LCD,DM-LCD35RT the LCD module for the STM32F4DIS-BB

STM32F4DIS-CAM,DM-CAM130 the Camera module for the STM32F4DIS-BB

Devkit407 STM32F4DIS-BB and STM32F4DISCOVERY

STM32F4DIS-BB,STM32F4DIS-LCD,STM32F4DIS-CAM are the ST part numbers.

DM-STF4BB,DM-LCD35RT,DM-CAM130 are the Embest part numbers.

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COPYRIGHT

,Discover-more,Devkit407,DM-STF4BB,DM-LCD35RT,DM-CAM13

0,are trademarks of Embest Technology Co., LTD.

,STM32F407,STM32F4DISCOVERY,STM32F4DIS-BB,STM32F4DIS-

LCD,STM32F4DIS-CAM are trademarks of STMicroelectronics.

 is trademark of Element14.

 Microsoft, MS-DOS, Windows XP are trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.

Important Notice

Embest has the ownership and rights to the use of this document. Information in the document is within the protection of copyright. Unless specifically allowed, no part of this document should be modified, issued or copied in any manner or form without prior written approval of Embest Technology Co., LTD.

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Version of update records:

Rev

V1.0

Date

28-Dec-2012

Description

Initial version

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Contact:

If you want to order products from Embest, please contact the Marketing Department:

Tel: +86-755-25635656 / 25636285

Fax: +86-755-25616057

E-mail: [email protected]

If you need technical assistance from Embest, please contact the Technical Assistance

Department:

Tel: +86-755-25503401

E-mail: [email protected]

URL: http://www.armkits.com

Address: Room 509, Luohu Science &Technology Building, #85 Taining Road, Shenzhen,

Guangdong, China (518020)

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Contents

STM32F4DIS-BB User Manual ........................................................................................... 1

Chapter 1 Overview ...................................................................................................... 10

1.1 Product Introduction ............................................................................................. 10

1.2 How to Form DevKit407 ....................................................................................... 11

1.3 Interface of STM32F4DIS-BB .............................................................................. 11

1.4 Diagram of DevKit407 .......................................................................................... 12

1.5 Hardware Features ............................................................................................... 13

1.6 ESD Precautions and Proper Handling Procedures ............................................ 15

1.7 Software Features ................................................................................................ 15

Chapter 2 Hardware System ........................................................................................ 17

2.1 CPU ...................................................................................................................... 17

2.2 Hardware Interface ............................................................................................... 18

2.2.1 Serial Ports ................................................................................................. 18

2.2.2 Ethernet Interface ....................................................................................... 18

2.2.3 MicroSD Card Interface ............................................................................. 19

2.2.4 TFT_LCD Interface .................................................................................... 20

2.2.5 I/O Interface................................................................................................ 21

2.2.6 Camera Interface ....................................................................................... 23

2.3 Pin Multiplexing .................................................................................................... 24

2.4 Hardware Dimensions .......................................................................................... 27

Chapter 3 Development Environment .......................................................................... 28

3.1 Hardware Environment ......................................................................................... 28

3.2 Software Environment .......................................................................................... 28

3.3 PC Environment ................................................................................................... 29

3.3.1 HyperTerminal Connection ......................................................................... 29

3.3.2 PC Network Settings .................................................................................. 32

Chapter 4 Peripherals Examples .................................................................................. 36

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4.1 USART Example .................................................................................................. 36

4.2 SDIO Example ...................................................................................................... 37

4.2.1 FatFs .......................................................................................................... 37

4.2.2 uSDCard ..................................................................................................... 39

4.3 LCD Example ....................................................................................................... 40

4.3.1 LCD_35T .................................................................................................... 40

4.3.2 LCD_Touch................................................................................................. 41

4.4 DCMI Example ..................................................................................................... 42

4.5 ETH_LwIP Example ............................................................................................. 44

4.5.1 Standalone\httpserver ................................................................................ 45

4.5.2 Standalone\tcp_echo_client ....................................................................... 48

4.5.3 Standalone\tcp_echo_server ..................................................................... 51

4.5.4 Standalone\udp_echo_client ...................................................................... 54

4.5.5 Standalone\udp_echo_server .................................................................... 57

4.5.6 FreeRTOS\httpserver_netconn .................................................................. 60

4.5.7 FreeRTOS\httpserver_socket .................................................................... 63

4.5.8 FreeRTOS\udptcp_echo_server_netconn ................................................. 63

4.6 USB Example ....................................................................................................... 64

4.6.1 USB_Device_Examples\DFU .................................................................... 65

4.6.2 USB_Device_Examples\MSC .................................................................... 71

4.6.3 USB_Device_Examples\VCP .................................................................... 73

4.6.4 USB_Host_Examples\HID ......................................................................... 78

4.6.5 USB_Host_Examples\MSC ....................................................................... 81

Chapter 5 Applications Examples ................................................................................. 85

5.1 STM32F4xx_uCOSII_Example ............................................................................ 85

5.2 STM32F4xx_FPU_FFT_Example ........................................................................ 86

Chapter 6 Other Test Scenarios ................................................................................... 87

6.1 USART Testing ..................................................................................................... 87

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6.2 SDIO Testing ........................................................................................................ 87

6.3 LCD Testing .......................................................................................................... 87

6.4 DCMI Testing ........................................................................................................ 87

6.5 Ethernet Testing .................................................................................................... 87

6.6 USB Testing .......................................................................................................... 87

Technical Support & Warranty Service .............................................................................. 88

Technical support service ........................................................................................... 88

Maintenance Service Clause ...................................................................................... 89

Basic Notice for Protecting LCD Screen .................................................................... 90

Value Added Services ................................................................................................. 90

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Chapter 1 Overview

1.1 Product Introduction

The STM32F4DIS-BB Base Board from Embest is an expansion board designed especially for STMicroelectronics’ STM32F4DISCOVERY High-Performance Discovery

Board which is based on the STM32F407VGT6 ARM Cortex-M4 microcontroller and includes an ST-LINK/V2 embedded debug tool, two ST MEMS sensors, digital accelerometer and digital microphone, one audio DAC with integrated class D speaker driver, LEDs, push buttons and an USB OTG micro-AB connector.

The STM32F4DIS-BB Base Board enables STM32F4DISCOVERY board users to discover more features of the STM32F4. It brings additional functionality to the

STF32F4DISCOVERY, including serial ports, USB, Ethernet, CAN, SPI, I2C, GPIO,

Camera, TF Card, LCD and touch screen interfaces on board.

The combination of the STM32F4DIS-BB and the STM32F4DISCOVERY forms the evaluation board Devkit407 for evaluating the STM32F4xx series ARM Cortex-M4 microcontrollers and allows easy prototyping of third party solutions with

STM32F4DISCOVERY board or STM32F4xx series microcontrollers.

Embest has ported Micrium µC/OS-II to the DevKit407 board and the software also features LwIP_v1.3.2 protocol support. Embest also offers rich software examples for

DevKit407 to complement those provided by the original STM32F4DISCOVERY kit.

Included in the package is a CD containing the µC/OS-II BSP and plenty of software examples, board schematic and user manual to help you better understand this board and develop your own applications.

To expand the performance of the STM32F4DISCOVERY board, Embest also offers the

STM32F4DIS-CAM 1.3 Mega pixel camera and STM32F4DIS-LCD

3.5’’

LCD modules which interface easily with the STM32F4-BB base board.

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1.2 How to Form DevKit407

Mount your STM32F4DISCOVERY board to your STM32F4DIS-BB board through CON1 and CON2 to form DevKit407.

1.3 Interface of STM32F4DIS-BB

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1.4 Diagram of DevKit407

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1.5 Hardware Features

Processor

 STMicroelectronics STM32F407VGT6 Flash Microcontroller

 ARM 32-bit Cortex-M4 CPU with ART accelerator, frequency up to 168 MHz

 On chip 1MB of Flash memory and 192+4KB of SRAM

 Flexible static memory controller that supports Compact Flash, SRAM,

PSRAM, NOR and NAND memories

 LCD parallel interface, 8080/6800 modes

 USB 2.0 High-Speed/Full-Speed Device/Host/OTG

 10/100 Ethernet MAC, supports IEEE 1588v2 hardware, MII/RMII

 2 CAN 2.0B interfaces: up to 4 USARTs and 2 UARTs, 3 SPI (30Mbit/s), 2 with mux’ed I2S

 8- to 14-bit parallel camera interface (up to 48MB/s)

 1-/4-/8-bit SD/MMC/SDIO interface, supports up to 32GB storage

 Up to 140 I/O ports up to 84 MHz

 Up to 17 timers (two 32-bit timers), up to 168 MHz

 3 x 12-bit A/D converters, 2 x 12-bit D/A converters

 Analog true random number generator

 Low power supports Sleep, Stop and Standby modes

 Supports booting from Flash, System memory or SRAM

 Supports ISP and IAP programming

External Memory

 Micro SD card slot

MEMS accelerometer

LIS302DL, ST MEMS motion sensor, 3-axis digital output accelerometer

Audio interfaces

 I2S Audio DAC, stereo audio jack for headset

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 MP45DT02, ST MEMS audio sensor, omnidirectional digital microphone

Camera Interface

 1 x camera interface

LCD/Touch Screen

 3.5 inch TFT color LCD (240 x 320-pixel RGB resolution, 262000 colors, 16-bit

8080 parallel interface, brightness control via PWM)

 4-wire resistive touch screen

Data Transfer Interfaces

 1 x 5-wire RS232 Serial Port

 1 x USB2.0 OTG/Device/Host, Full-speed, up to12Mbit/s

 1 x 10/100 Ethernet with IEE 1588v2 (RJ45 connector)

Programming and Debugging Interface

 On-board ST-LINK/V2 with selection mode switch to use the kit as a standalone

ST-LINK/V2 (with SWD connector for programming and debugging)

I/O Interface

 5 x 3- wire TTL UART

 1 x 4 channel PWM

 1 x SPI, I2C, CAN

 6 GPIOs

All the I/Os are extended by extension connectors.

Board Power Supply

 Through USB bus or from an external 5 V supply voltage

 External application power supply: 3 V and 5 V

Mechanical Parameters

 Power consumption: 180 mA @ 5 V (without LCD module)

 Storage and Working Temp.: 0°C ~ 45°C

 Humidity Range: 20% ~ 90%

 CE and RoHS compliant

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1.6 ESD Precautions and Proper Handling Procedures

Please note that the board comes without any case/box and all components are exposed.

Therefore, extra attention must be paid to ESD (electrostatic discharge) precautions. To effectively prevent electrostatic damage, please follow the steps below:

 Avoid carpets in cool, dry areas. Leave development kits in their anti-static packaging until ready to be installed.

 Dissipate static electricity before handling any system components

(development kits) by touching a grounded metal object, such as the system unit unpainted metal chassis.

 If possible, use antistatic devices, such as wrist straps and floor mats.

 Always hold an evaluation board by its edges. Avoid touching the contacts and components on the board.

 Take care when connecting or disconnecting cables. A damaged cable can cause a short in the electrical circuit.

 Prevent damage to the connectors by aligning connector pins before you connect the cable. Misaligned connector pins can cause damage to system components at power-on.

 When disconnecting a cable, always pull on the cable connector or strain-relief loop, not on the cable itself.

Warning

This is a class A product. In a domestic this product may cause radio interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.

1.7 Software Features

Features

The DevKit407 software features:

 Support for Micrium µC/OS-II_v2.91 operating system

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 Supports FatFs_vR0.08a file system

 Supports LWIP _v1.3.2 protocol stack

Integrated Development Environment Support

 IAR EWARM

All drivers support IAR EWARM, the EWARM version should be V6.40 or above.

µC /OS-II Demos do not support IAR EWARM at present.

 Keil MDK-ARM

All drivers and applications support Keil MDK-ARM, the MDK-ARM version should be V4.22a or above.

Debug Tools Support

 ULINK2

Best used with Keil MDK-ARM.

 JLINK-V8

Best used with IAR EWARM.

 ST-LINK/V2

Can be used with either Keil MDK-ARM or IAR EWARM.

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Chapter 2 Hardware System

2.1 CPU

CPU Instruction

This ARM Cortex-M4 32-bit MCU with FPU has 210 DMIPS, up to 1 MB Flash/192+4 KB

RAM, USB OTG HS/FS, Ethernet, 17 TIMs, 3 ADCs, 15 comm. interfaces and a camera.

Features

 168 MHz/210 DMIPS Cortex-M4 with single cycle DSP MAC and floating point unit providing:

 Boosted execution of control algorithms

 More features possible for your applications

 Ease of use

 Better code efficiency

 Faster time to market

 Elimination of scaling and saturation

 Easier support for meta-language tools

 Designed for high performance and ultra-fast data transfers: ART Accelerator,

32-bit, 7-layer AHB bus matrix with 7 masters and 8 slaves including 2 blocks of

SRAM, Multi DMA controllers: 2 general purpose, 1 for USB HS, 1 for Ethernet,

One SRAM block dedicated to the core, providing performance equivalent to

0-wait execution from Flash concurrent execution and data transfers and simplified resource allocation

 Outstanding power efficiency: Ultra-low dynamic power, RTC < 1 μA typical in

VBAT mode, 3.6 V down to 1.7 V VDD, Voltage regulator with power scaling capability, providing extra flexibility to reduce power consumption for applications requiring both high processing and low power performance when running at low voltage or on a rechargeable battery

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 Maximum integration: Up to 1 MB of on-chip Flash memory, 192 KB of SRAM, reset circuit, internal RCs, PLLs, WLCSP package available, providing more features in space constrained applications

 Superior and innovative peripherals providing new possibilities to connect and communicate high speed data at greater precision due to high resolution

 Extensive tools and software solutions providing a wide choice within the STM32 ecosystem to develop your applications.

2.2 Hardware Interface

5

6

7

8

9

2

3

Pin

1

4

2.2.1 Serial Ports

Signal

NC

RXD

TXD

NC

GND

DSR

NC

CTS

NC

Table 2-1 Serial Ports Interface

COM1

Description

NC

Receive data

Transit data

NC

GND

Data Set Ready

NC

Clear To Send

NC

2.2.2 Ethernet Interface

Pin Signal

Table 2-2 Ethernet Interface

J1

Description

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7

8

9

5

6

3

4

1

2

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

TX+

TX-

RX+

CT

CT

RX-

NC

SHIELD

LED1

VDD3V3

LED2

VDD3V3

4&5

7&8

NC

NC

TX+ output

TX- output

RX+ input

CT

CT

RX- input

NC

Shield

LINK LED

3.3 V Power for LED

SPEED LED

3.3 V Power for LED

Connect to shield

Connect to shield

NC

NC

2.2.3 MicroSD Card Interface

5

6

7

2

3

Pin

1

4

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DAT2

DAT3

CMD

VDD

CLK

VSS

DAT0

Table 2-3 MicroSD Card Interface

CON6

Description

Card data 2

Card data 3

Command Signal

VDD

Clock

VSS

Card data 0

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9

DAT1

CD

Card data 1

Card detect

2.2.4 TFT_LCD Interface

18

19

20

21

14

15

16

17

10

11

12

13

7

8

9

3

4

5

6

Pin

1

2

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D2

D3

D4

D5

GND

GND

D0

D1

Signal

VDD5

VDD5

GND

GND

VDD33

VDD33

LCD_PWM

I2C_SCL

I2C_SDA

TC_INT

LCD_RST

LCD_cs

GND

Table 2-4 TFT_LCD Interface

CON3

Description

+5 V

+5 V

GND

GND

+3.3 V

+3.3 V

LED Dimming Control by PWM Signal

I2C master serial clock

I2C serial bidirectional data

Touch screen interrupt

LCD reset

LCD chip select

GND

GND

GND

16-bit 8080 parallel interface, Data bit 0

16-bit 8080 parallel interface, Data bit 1

16-bit 8080 parallel interface, Data bit 2

16-bit 8080 parallel interface, Data bit 3

16-bit 8080 parallel interface, Data bit 4

16-bit 8080 parallel interface, Data bit 5

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31

32

33

34

35

36

37

38

39

40

26

27

28

29

22

23

24

25

D12

D13

D14

D15

GND

GND

GND

D8

D9

D10

D11

GND

D6

D7

GND

LCD_DC

LCD_RD

LCD_WR

GND

2.2.5 I/O Interface

Pin

1

2

3

4

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Table 2-5 I/O Interface

CON4

Description Signal

UART6_TXD UART6_TXD

JP1 UART6_TX

UART6_RXD UART6_RXD

JP2 UART6_RX

GND

16-bit 8080 parallel interface, Data bit 6

16-bit 8080 parallel interface, Data bit 7

GND

16-bit 8080 parallel interface, Data bit 8

16-bit 8080 parallel interface, Data bit 9

16-bit 8080 parallel interface, Data bit 10

16-bit 8080 parallel interface, Data bit 11

16-bit 8080 parallel interface, Data bit 12

16-bit 8080 parallel interface, Data bit 13

16-bit 8080 parallel interface, Data bit 14

16-bit 8080 parallel interface, Data bit 15

GND

GND

GND

LCD Parallel Interface

Read signal

Write signal

GND

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28

29

30

21

22

23

24

25

26

31

32

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

9

10

11

12

13

7

8

5

6

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UART1_TXD UART1_TXD

UART2_TXD UART2_TXD

UART1_RXD UART1_RXD

UART2_RXD UART2_RXD

GND1

GND2

GND

GND

UART3_TXD UART3_TXD

UART5_TXD UART5_TXD

UART3_RXD UART3_RXD

UART5_RXD UART5_RXD

UART4_TXD UART4_TXD

GPIO1 IO

UART4_RXD UART4_RXD

GPIO2

GND3

GND4

IO

GND

GND

I2C1_SCL

GPIO3

I2C_SDA

GPIO4

CAN1_RX

GPIO5

CAN1_TX

GPIO6

GND5

GND6

TIM3_CH1

SPI1_NSS

I2C1_SCL

IO

I2C_SDA

IO

CAN1_RX

IO

CAN1_TX

IO

GND

GND

TIM3_CH1

SPI1_NSS

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38

39

40

33

34

35

36

TIM3_CH1

SPI1_SCK

TIM3_CH1

SPI1_SCK

TIM3_CH1 TIM3_CH1

SPI1_MISO SPI1_MISO

TIM3_CH1 TIM3_CH1

SPI1_MOSI SPI1_MOSI

VDD5V

VDD3V

+5 V

+3 V

2.2.6 Camera Interface

11

12

13

8

9

10

14

15

5

6

3

4

7

Pin

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D7

D8

D9

D10

D11

GND2

PCLK

Signal

GND1

D0

D1

D2

D3

D4

D5

Table 2-6 Camera Interface

CON7

Description

GND

NC

NC

Digital image data bit 0

Digital image data bit 1

Digital image data bit 2

Digital image data bit 3

Digital image data bit 4

Digital image data bit 5

Digital image data bit 6

Digital image data bit 7

NC

NC

GND

Pixel clock

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28

29

30

24

25

26

19

20

21

22

23

16

17

18

GND3

HS

VDD50

VS

VDD33

XCLKA

XCLKB

GND4

FLD

PWR_EN

RST

SDA

SCL

GND5

VDDIO

GND

Horizontal synchronization

NC

Vertical synchronization

+3.3 V

Clock output a

NC

GND

NC

Power Enable

Reset the camera

I2C master serial clock

I2C serial bidirectional data

GND

+3.3 V

2.3 Pin Multiplexing

There is pin multiplexing between the STM32F4Discovery and STM32F4DIS-BB.

Some functions therefore cannot work simultaneously as shown below:

1) OTG_FS

OTG_FS and LCD, UART2 cannot work simultaneously.

2) Audio

Audio and LCD, Camera, UART1/4/5/6, SPI2 cannot work simultaneously.

3) LEDs

LED3~LED6 and Camera, LCD cannot work simultaneously.

4) MEMS

MEMS and Ethernet, Camera cannot work simultaneously.

5) CAN

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CAN and LCD cannot work simultaneously.

6) UART1/6

UART1/6 and Camera cannot work simultaneously.

7) UART2

UART2 and Camera, LCD cannot work simultaneously.

8) UART3

UART3 and LCD cannot work simultaneously.

9) UART4/5

UART4/5 and MicroSD cannot work simultaneously.

For more detail, please refer to Table 2-7 Pin multiplexing of STM32F4Discovery and

STM32F4DIS-BB and

Table 2-8 Pin multiplexing of CON4 extension port and

STM32F4DIS-BB .

Table 2-7 Pin multiplexing of STM32F4Discovery and STM32F4DIS-BB

Discovery

Multiplexing

Function 1

OTG_FS_ID

GPIO

PA10

Multiplexing

Function2

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PA10

LCD_WR

GPIO2

LCD

OTG_FS OTG_FS_

Overcurrent

PD5

PB6

UART2_TX

DCMI_D5

UART2

Camera

Audio_SCL

UART1_TX UART1

PC7

DCMI_D1 Camera

I2S3_MCK

Audio I2S3_SCK

PC10

UART6_RX

SDIO_D2

UART4_TX

UART6

MicroSD

UART4

PC12

I2S3_SD

I2S3_WS

Audio_RST

PA4

PD4

SDIO_CK

UART5_TX

DCMI_HSYNC

LCD_RD

MicroSD

UART5

Camera

LCD

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LED

MEMS

PDM_OUT

LED4

LED3

LED5

LED6

SPI1_SCK

SPI1_CS

SPI1_MOSI

SPI1_MISO

MEMS_INT1

MEMS_INT2

PC3

PD12

PD13

PD14

PD15

PA5

PE3

PA7

PA6

PE0

PE1

SPI2_MOSI

Camera_RST

LCD_PWM

LCD_D0

LCD_D1

PA5

ETH_RST

ETH_RMII_CRS_D

V

DCMI_PIXCLK

DCMI_D2

DCMI_D3

SPI2

Camera

LCD

GPIO6

Ethernet

Camera

Table 2-8 Pin multiplexing of CON4 extension port and STM32F4DIS-BB

Multiplexing

Discovery

Function 1

GPIO

Multiplexing

Function2

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CAN1

CAN1_RX

CAN1_TX

UART1

TXD1

RXD1

PD0

PD1

PB6

PB7

LCD_D2

LCD_D3

DCMI_D5

DCMI_VSYNC

LCD

Camera

UART2

TXD2

RXD2

UART3

TXD3

RXD3

UART4

TXD4

RXD4

UART5

TXD5

RXD5

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PD5

PD6

PD8

PD9

PC12

PD2

Camera_PWR_EN Camera

PC10 SDIO_D2

PC11 SDIO_D3

LCD WR

LCD_D13

LCD_D14

SDIO_CK

SDIO_CMD

LCD

LCD

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UART6

TXD6

RXD6

PC6

PC7

DCMI_D0

DCMI_D1

2.4 Hardware Dimensions

The hardware dimensions of STM32F4DIS-BB (Unit: mm):

Camera

Top Layer Component Height

MAX

: 13.5 mm

Board Thickness: 1.6 mm

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Chapter 3 Development Environment

3.1 Hardware Environment

Setup DevKit407 hardware environment following these steps:

1) Mount STM32F4DISCOVERY board to STM32F4DIS-BB board through CON1 and

CON2 to form DevKit407.

2)

Connect the DevKit407 board to a PC with a ‘USB type A (Male) to Mini-B (Male)’ cable through USB connector CN1 to power the board.

3.2 Software Environment

DevKit407 supports two development environments: Keil MDK-ARM and IAR EWARM.

Keil MDK-ARM requires V4.22a or above. IAR EWARM requires V6.40.2 or above. The instructions given in Getting Started with Software and Firmware Environments for

the STM32F4DISCOVERY Kit.pdf describes how to use development toolchains to build, debug and run your project. Please refer to the document for more details.

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3.3 PC Environment

3.3.1 HyperTerminal Connection

In order to use HyperTerminal on a PC, please follow the below process to setup Hyper

Terminal connection (for example, on Windows XP OS):

1) Select Start -> All Programs -> Accessories -> Communication -> Hyper Terminal.

Find the HyperTerminal, as shown below:

Figure 3-1 Create a new HyperTerminal

2) Create a new HyperTerminal connection, enter a name and choose an icon.

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Figure 3-2 Description for new connection

3) Select the specific serial port from the list as per your computer COM port configuration:

Figure 3-3 Select a COM port for connection

4) Set parameters for serial port connection as follows:

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Figure 3-4 Settings for the selected port

5) A Hyper Terminal connection with PC serial port will have been established as shown below:

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3.3.2 PC Network Settings

In order to test the Ethernet examples, first set up the PC network environment. Make sure that the PC's IP address and the DevKit407 board's IP address are on the same network.

1) On PC, select Start-> Control Panel-> Network connections-> Local Area

Connection-> Properties, as shown below:

Figure 3-6 Local Area Connection

2)

Click ‘Properties’, this will open the window of Local Area Connection Properties, as shown below:

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Figure 3-7 Local Area Connection Properties

3)

Double click ‘TCP / IP Options’, opens a window for TCP / IP Properties, as shown below:

Figure 3-8 TCP / IP Options

4)

Click the ‘Advanced’ option, open a window for “Advanced TCP / IP settings”, as shown below:

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Figure 3-9 Advanced TCP / IP settings

5)

Click the ‘Add’ option, open a window for "Add TCP / IP".

Enter the IP address and subnet mask, and then click "Add”, as shown below:

Figure 3-10 Add TCP/IP address

6)

Click “OK” to finish network setup.

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Figure 3-11 TCP/IP address successfully setup

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Chapter 4 Peripherals Examples

4.1 USART Example

The STM32F4xx_USART_Example folder contains one example:

 USART_Printf

USART_Printf

1. Purpose

This example shows how to retarget the C library printf function to the USART. The implementation output the printf message on the HyperTerminal using USART6.

2. Description

The example is located in the following folder:

\Codes\STM32F4xx_USART_Example\Project\USART_Printf

3. Software Configuration

HyperTerminal is used in this example. Please refer to 3.3.1 HyperTerminal Connection

for more details.

4. Steps to run

1) Connect a null-modem female/female RS232 cable between the DB9 connector

COM1 (USART6) and PC serial port.

2) Make sure that jumpers JP1 and JP2 are fitted.

3) Open hyperterminal on PC.

4)

Connect the DevKit407 board to a PC with a ‘USB type A (Male) to Mini-B (Male)’ cable through USB connector CN1 to power the board.

5) Open the project, rebuild all files, load project image and then run program.

6) Testing actions and results:

 After reset, then see the serial terminal, it should be like this:

USART Printf Example: retarget the C library printf function to the USART

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 Type a character on the keyboard, then the HyperTerminal displays the received character on the screen.

4.2 SDIO Example

The STM32F4xx_SDIO_Example folder contains two examples:

 FatFs

 uSDCard

FatFs example provides an example of how to use the SDIO firmware library and an associate driver to implement Fatfs on the SD Card memory.

uSDCard example provides a basic example of how to use the SDIO firmware library and an associate driver to perform read/write operations on the SD Card memory (SD Card

V1.0, V1.1, V2.0 and SDHC (High Capacity) protocol)that could be mounted on the

Devkit407 board.

4.2.1 FatFs

1. Description

The example is located in the following folder:

\Codes\STM32F4xx_SDIO_Example\Project\FatFs

2. Hardware Configuration

A MicroSD card is needed in this example and Kingston 1GB/2GB or SanDisk 2GB

MicroSD Card is recommended. The card should be formatted before used.

Note: Kingston 1GB/2GB and SanDisk 2GB MicroSD Card have been tested on

DevKit407. It’s not guaranteed that all kind of MicroSD card work well on the board.

3. Software Configuration

HyperTerminal is used in this example. Please refer 3.3.1 HyperTerminal Connection

to for more details.

4. Steps to Run

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1) Connect a null-modem female/female RS232 cable between the DB9 connector

COM1 (USART6) and PC serial port.

2) Make sure that jumpers JP1 and JP2 are fitted.

3) Open hyperterminal on PC.

4) Copy message.txt in the project folder to a MicroSD card.

5) Insert the MicroSD card into MicroSD slot CON6.

6)

Connect the DevKit407 board to a PC with a ‘USB type A (Male) to Mini-B (Male)’ cable through USB connector CN1 to power the board.

7) Open the project, rebuild all files, load project image and then run program.

8) Testing actions and results:

 After reset, then see the serial terminal, it should be like this:

Debug Module Init

Open a test file (message.txt)

Type the file content hello world!

Close the file

Create a new file (hello.txt)

Write a text data. (hello.txt)

14 bytes written

Close the file read the file (hello.txt)

Type the file content(hello.txt)

Hello world!

Close the file (hello.txt)

Open root directory

Directory listing...

14 HELLO.TXT

12 MESSAGE.TXT

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Test completed

4.2.2 uSDCard

1. Description

The example is located in the following folder:

\Codes\STM32F4xx_SDIO_Example\Project\uSDCard

2. Hardware Configuration

A MicroSD card is needed in this example and Kingston 1GB/2GB or SanDisk 2GB

MicroSD Card is recommended. The card should be formatted before used.

Note: Kingston 1GB/2GB and SanDisk 2GB MicroSD Card have been tested on

DevKit407. It’s not guaranteed that all kind of MicroSD card work well on the board.

3. Steps to Run

1) Insert the MicroSD card into MicroSD slot CON6.

2)

Connect the DevKit407 board to a PC with a ‘USB type A (Male) to Mini-B (Male)’ cable through USB connector CN1 to power the board.

3) Open the project, rebuild all files, load project image and then run program.

4) Testing actions and results:

 If the Erase operation is PASSED then LED3 ON else the LED6 is ON and LED3 is OFF

 If the Single Block Write/Read operation is PASSED then LED4 ON else the

LED6 is ON and LED4 is OFF

 If the Multi Blocks Write/Read operation is PASSED then LED5 ON else the

LED6 is ON and LED5 is OFF

 Any SD Card operation including the SD Initialization error is signaled by LED6

ON.

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4.3 LCD Example

The STM32F4xx_LCD_Example folder contains two examples:

 LCD_35T

 LCD_Touch

LCD_35T example project describes how to test LCD module STM32F4DIS-LCD on

Devkit407.

LCD_Touch example describes how to precede LCD touch screen calibration. In this example, four points on the corner of touch screen need to be touch to complete calibration.

4.3.1 LCD_35T

1. Description

The example is located in the following folder:

\Codes\STM32F4xx_LCD_Example\Project\LCD_35T

2. Steps to Run

1) Connect LCD module STM32F4DIS-LCD to DevKit407 CON3 via LCD cable. The red line onside indicates the first pin of LCD cable. The triangle onside indicates the first pin of LCD connector.

2)

Connect the DevKit407 board to a PC with a ‘USB type A (Male) to Mini-B (Male)’ cable through USB connector CN1 to power the board.

3) Open the project, rebuild all files, load project image and then run program.

4) Testing actions and results:

 A message display on the LCD

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Figure 4-1 LCD display message

 LCD displays three color bars, red, green and blue.

Figure 4-2 Three color bars

4.3.2 LCD_Touch

1. Description

The example is located in the following folder:

\Codes\STM32F4xx_LCD_Example\Project\LCD_Touch

2. Steps to Run

1) Connect LCD module STM32F4DIS-LCD to DevKit407 CON3 via LCD cable. The red line onside indicates the first pin of LCD cable. The triangle onside indicates the first pin of LCD connector.

2) Connect the DevKit4

07 board to a PC with a ‘USB type A (Male) to Mini-B (Male)’

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cable through USB connector CN1 to power the board.

3) Open the project, rebuild all files, load project image and then run program.

4) Testing actions and results:

5) Click calibration points accurately using a touch pen.

6) LCD will show a message if the calibration is OK. If calibration is OK, then MCU will enter into Calibration_Test_Dispose function.

7) In this function LCD will display the value of points touched by the pen. Both ADC values and coordinate values are displayed.

4.4 DCMI Example

The STM32F4xx_Camera_Example folder contains one example:

 OV9655_Camera

1. Purpose

OV9655_Camera example shows how to use the DCMI to control the OV9655 Camera module (STM32F4DIS-CAM) connected with Devkit407 board.

2. Description

The example is located in the following folder:

\Codes\STM32F4xx_Camera_Example\Project\OV9655_Camera

3. Hardware Configuration

A Camera module, STM32F4DIS-CAM, is needed in this example (options module for

DevKit407).

A MicroSD card is needed in this example and Kingston 1GB/2GB or SanDisk 2GB

MicroSD Card is recommended. The card should be formatted before used.

Note: Kingston 1GB/2GB and SanDisk 2GB MicroSD Card have been tested on

DevKit407. It’s not guaranteed that all kind of MicroSD card work well on the board.

4. Steps to Run

1) Connect STM32F4DIS-CAM CON1 to DevKit407 CON7 via FFC soft cable when the

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power is turned off. Please make sure that STM32F4DIS-CAM module is mounted correctly.

Note: Make sure that JP1 and JP2 are not fitted.

2) Insert a MicroSD card into MicroSD slot CON6.

3) Connect LCD module STM32F4DIS-LCD to DevKit407 board through CON3

4)

Connect the DevKit407 board to a PC with a ‘USB type A (Male) to Mini-B (Male)’ cable through USB connector CN1 to power the board.

5) Open the MDK project, rebuild all files, load project image and then run program.

6) When the program is running, images collected by the module is shown on LCD.

Press User button to take a photograph. The photograph will be stored into

MICROSD card automatically and named as “PICxx.BMP”. ”xx” is picture’s number;

“BMP” is picture’s format.

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4.5 ETH_LwIP Example

STM32F4xx_Ethernet_Example folder contains Standalone and FreeRTOS subfolders:

For Standalone demonstrations LwIP v1.3.2 is used as the TCP/IP stack.

For FreeRTOS demonstrations, LwIP v1.3.2 is used as the TCP/IP stack and FreeRTOS v6.1.0 is used as the Real Time Kernel.

Standalone Examples

There are five examples in Standalone subfolder:

 httpserver

 tcp_echo_client

 tcp_echo_server

 udp_echo_client

 udp_echo_server

Httpserver example shows how to implement a web server application for STM32F4x7 devices.

Tcp_echo_client example shows how to implement a TCP echo client demonstration for

STM32F4x7 devices.

Tcp_echo_server example shows how to implement a TCP echo server demonstration for STM32F4x7 devices.

Udp_echo_client example shows how to implement a UDP echo client demonstration for

STM32F4x7 devices.

Udp_echo_server example shows how to implement a UDP echo server demonstration for STM32F4x7 devices.

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4.5.1 Standalone\httpserver

1. Description

The HTTP server demo shows an implementation of a web server with the following features:

 URL parsing

 support of CGI (Common Gateway Interface)

 support of SSI (Server Side Includes)

 dynamic Header generation

 support of HTTP Post request

2. Software Configuration

Ethernet is used in this example. Please reference at 3.3.2 PC Network Settings

for more details.

Try to make an external 10K, 3 pins vary-resistor, 1 terminal connects to 3V, the other connects to GND, and the rest (middle pin) connects to ADC1_IN3 (PA3, CON4.26).

3. Steps to Run

1) Configure IP address (The default Static IP address) of evaluation board. Modify the relevant macro in main.h file as per your requirement, as shown below.

Figure 4-3 Configure IP address of DevKit407

You can also uncomment option “USE_DHCP” to enable the DHCP to assign IP addresses dynamically.

2) Connect the external 10K, 3 pins vary-resistor following the above instructions.

3) Connect LCD module STM32F4DIS-LCD to DevKit407 board through CON3

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4) Connect the DevKit407 board to a PC with a crossover Ethernet cable through RJ45 connector J1.

5)

Connect the DevKit407 board to a PC with a ‘USB type A (Male) to Mini-B (Male)’ cable through USB connector CN1 to power the board.

6) Rebuild all files, load project image and then run program.

7) After reset, LCD displays the IP address of the DevKit407 board.

Figure 4-4 LCD display message

8) On the remote PC, open a web client (Mozilla Firefox or Internet Explorer) and type the board’s IP address in a web browser. The default IP address is 192.168.0.10.

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 Click “LED control” to get into LED control interface, select or cancel LED4 and press “Send”, the LED4 on the board will work accordingly.

Figure 4-6 Led control page of the HTTP server demo

 Click “ADC status bar” to get the voltage value of potentiometer.

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4.5.2 Standalone\tcp_echo_client

1. Description

This demo is used to test a basic TCP connection. In this demo, the STM32F4 acts as a

TCP client that connects to the TCP server. The client sends a string and the server echoes back the same string to the client.

2. Software Configuration

Ethernet is used in this example. Please reference at 3.3.2 PC Network Settings

for more details.

3. Steps to Run

1) Configure IP address (The default Static IP address) of evaluation board. Modify the relevant macro in main.h file as per your requirement, as shown below.

Figure 4-8 Configure IP address of DevKit407

You can also uncomment option “USE_DHCP” to enable the DHCP to assign IP addresses dynamically.

2) Configure IP address (The default Static IP address) of remote PC. Modify the relevant macro in main.h depending on your needs, as shown below.

Figure 4-9 Configure IP address of remote PC

3) Connect LCD module STM32F4DIS-LCD to DevKit407 board through CON3

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4) Connect the DevKit407 board to a PC with a crossover Ethernet cable through RJ45 connector J1.

5)

Connect the DevKit407 board to a PC with a ‘USB type A (Male) to Mini-B (Male)’ cable through USB connector CN1 to power the board.

6) Rebuild all files, load project image and then run program.

7) After reset, LCD displays the IP address of the DevKit407 board.

Figure 4-10 LCD display message

8) On the remote PC, copy the echotool software to C root directory.

The echotool software is located in the folder of CD-ROM:

\Codes\STM32F4xx_Ethernet_Example\Utilities\PC_Software

9) On the PC, open a command prompt window. (In Windows, select Start > All

Programs > Accessories > Command Prompt.)

10) At the command prompt, enter:

C:\>echotool /p tcp /s

Where:

– /p tcp is the TCP protocol (TCP protocol)

– /s is the actual mode of connection (Server mode)

11) When the USER1 button on the DevKit407 board is pressed, the client sends a string and the server echoes back the same string to the client. The below screenshot shows an example of the command string and the module’s response.

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Figure 4-11 TCP echo client demo

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4.5.3 Standalone\tcp_echo_server

1. Description

This demo is used to test a basic TCP connection. In this demo, the STM32F4 acts as a

TCP server that waits for client requests. It simply echoes back whatever is sent.

2. Software Configuration

Ethernet is used in this example. Please reference at 3.3.2 PC Network Settings

for more details.

3. Steps to Run

1) Configure IP address (The default Static IP address) of evaluation board. Modify the relevant macro in main.h file as per your requirement, as shown below.

Figure 4-12 Configure IP address of DevKit407

You can also unco mment option “USE_DHCP” to enable the DHCP to assign IP addresses dynamically.

2) Connect LCD module STM32F4DIS-LCD to DevKit407 board through CON3

3) Connect the DevKit407 board to a PC with a crossover Ethernet cable through RJ45 connector J1.

4) Connect the Dev

Kit407 board to a PC with a ‘USB type A (Male) to Mini-B (Male)’ cable through USB connector CN1 to power the board.

5) Rebuild all files, load project image and then run program.

6) After reset, LCD displays the IP address of the DevKit407 board.

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Figure 4-13 LCD display message

7) On the PC, copy the echotool software to C root directory.

The echotool software is located in the folder of CD-ROM:

\Codes\STM32F4xx_Ethernet_Example\Utilities\PC_Software

8) On the remote PC, open a command prompt window. (In Windows, select Start > All

Programs > Accessories > Command Prompt.)

C:\>echotool.exe IP_address /p tcp /r 7 /n 15 /t 2 /d Testing LwIP TCP echo server

where;

– IP_address is the actual board’s IP address;

By default the following static IP address is used: 192.168.0.10

– /p tcp is the protocol (TCP protocol)

– /r is the actual remote port on the echo server (echo port)

– /n is the number of echo requests

– /t is the connection timeout in seconds

– /d is the message to be sent for echo

9) The below screenshot shows an example of this command string and the module response.

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Figure 4-14 TCP echo server demo

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4.5.4 Standalone\udp_echo_client

1. Description

This demo is used to test a basic UDP echo connection. In this demo the STM32 acts as a

UDP client that connects to a UDP server.

2. Software Configuration

Ethernet is used in this example. Please reference at 3.3.2 PC Network Settings

for more details.

3. Steps to Run

1) Configure IP address (The default Static IP address) of evaluation board. Modify the relevant macro in main.h file as per your requirement, as shown below.

Figure 4-15 Configure IP address of DevKit407

You can also uncomment option “USE_DHCP” to enable the DHCP to assign IP addresses dynamically.

2) Configure IP address (The default Static IP address) of remote PC. Modify the relevant macro in main.h depending on your needs, as shown below.

Figure 4-16 Configure IP address of remote PC

3) Connect LCD module STM32F4DIS-LCD to DevKit407 board through CON3

4) Connect the DevKit407 board to a PC with a crossover Ethernet cable through RJ45

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connector J1.

5)

Connect the DevKit407 board to a PC with a ‘USB type A (Male) to Mini-B (Male)’ cable through USB connector CN1 to power the board.

6) Rebuild all files, load project image and then run program.

7) After reset, LCD displays the IP address of the DevKit407 board.

Figure 4-17 LCD display message

8) On the PC, copy the echotool software to C root directory.

The echotool software is located in the folder of CD-ROM:

\Codes\STM32F4xx_Ethernet_Example\Utilities\PC_Software

9) On the remote PC, open a command prompt window. (In Windows, select Start > All

Programs > Accessories > Command Prompt.)

10) At the command prompt, enter:

C:\>echotool /p udp /s

where;

– /p udp is the protocol (UDP protocol)

– /s is the actual mode of connection (Server mode)

11) When the USER1 button on the DevKit407 board is pressed, the client sends a string and the server echoes back the same string to the client. The follow figure shows an example of this command string and the module’s response.

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Figure 4-18 UDP echo client demo

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4.5.5 Standalone\udp_echo_server

1. Description

This demo is used to test a basic UDP connection. In this demo, the STM32 acts as a

UDP server that waits for client requests.

2. Software Configuration

Ethernet is used in this example. Please reference at 3.3.2 PC Network Settings

for more details.

3. Steps to Run

1) Configure IP address (The default Static IP address) of evaluation board. Modify the relevant macro in main.h file as per your requirement, as shown below.

Figure 4-19 Configure IP address of DevKit407

You can also uncomment option “USE_DHCP” to enable the DHCP to assign IP addresses dynamically.

2) Connect LCD module STM32F4DIS-LCD to DevKit407 board through CON3

3) Connect the DevKit407 board to a PC with a crossover Ethernet cable through RJ45 connector J1.

4)

Connect the DevKit407 board to a PC with a ‘USB type A (Male) to Mini-B (Male)’ cable through USB connector CN1 to power the board.

5) Rebuild all files, load project image and then run program.

6) After reset, LCD displays the IP address of the DevKit407 board.

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Figure 4-20 LCD display message

7) On the PC, copy the echotool software to C root directory.

The echotool software is located in the folder of CD-ROM:

\Codes\STM32F4xx_Ethernet_Example\Utilities\PC_Software

8) On the PC, open a command prompt window. (In Windows, select Start > All

Programs > Accessories > Command Prompt.)

9) At the command prompt, enter:

C:\>echotool.exe IP_address /p udp /r 7 /l 7 /n 15 /t 2 /d Testing LwIP UDP echo server

where;

– IP_address is the actual board’s IP address;

By default the following static IP address is used: 192.168.0.10

– /p udp is the protocol (UDP protocol)

– /r is the actual remote port on the echo server (echo port)

– /l is the actual local for the client (echo port)

– /n is the number of echo requests

– /t is the connection timeout in seconds

– /d is the message to be sent for echo

10) The below screenshot shows an example of this command string and the module’s response.

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Figure 4-21 UDP echo server demo

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FreeRTOS Examples

There are three examples in FreeRTOS subfolder:

 httpserver_netconn

 httpserver_socket

 udptcp_echo_server_netconn

Httpserver_netconn example shows how to implement a web serverapplication, based on the netconn API, for STM32F4x7 devices.

Httpserver_socket example shows how to implement a web server application, based on the socket API, for STM32F4x7 devices.

Udptcp_echo_server_netconn example shows how to implement a UDP-TCP echo server demonstration for STM32F4x7 devices.

4.5.6 FreeRTOS\httpserver_netconn

1. Description

This demo is used to connect the DevKit407 board with a web browser and to load HTML pages.

This demo has two HTML pages. The first one contains general information about

STM32F4x7 microcontrollers, the demonstration package and the stack LwIP. The second one contains the list of running tasks and their status. This page is automatically updated every second.

2. Software Configuration

Ethernet is used in this example. Please reference at 3.3.2 PC Network Settings

for more details.

3. Steps to Run

1) Configure IP address (The default Static IP address) of evaluation board. Modify the relevant macro in main.h file as per your requirement, as shown below.

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Figure 4-22 Configure IP address of DevKit407

You can also uncomment option “USE_DHCP” to enable the DHCP to assign IP addresses dynamically.

2) Connect LCD module STM32F4DIS-LCD to DevKit407 board through CON3

3) Connect the DevKit407 board to a PC with a crossover Ethernet cable through RJ45 connector J1.

4)

Connect the DevKit407 board to a PC with a ‘USB type A (Male) to Mini-B (Male)’ cable through USB connector CN1 to power the board.

5) Rebuild all files, load project image and then run program.

6) After reset, LCD displays the IP address of the DevKit407 board.

Figure 4-23 LCD display message

7) On the remote PC, open a web client (Mozilla Firefox or Internet Explorer) and type the board’s IP address in a web browser. The default IP address is 192.168.0.10.

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Figure 4-24 Home page of the HTTP server netconn demo

 Click the "List of tasks" into task status monitor page of FreeRTOS real-time system. As shown below:

Figure 4-25 List of tasks page of the HTTP server netconn demo

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4.5.7 FreeRTOS\httpserver_socket

The HTTP server socket demo shows an implementation of web server application based on the socket API.

To test this demo, please refer to the

4.5.6 FreeRTOS\httpserver_netconn.

4.5.8 FreeRTOS\udptcp_echo_server_netconn

This demo provides the echo service application on both TCP and UDP protocols:

To test the UDP TCP echo server netconn demo in TCP server mode, please refer to the

4.5.3 Standalone\tcp_echo_server .

To test the UDP TCP echo server netconn demo in UDP server mode, please refer to the

4.5.5 Standalone\udp_echo_server .

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4.6 USB Example

STM32F4xx_USB_Example folder contains

USB_Host_Examples subfolders.

USB_Device_Examples and

Please refer to STM32F4xx USB On-The-Go host and device library.pdf for more information.

Note: USB High Speed is not available on DevKit407.Plesae select macro in IDE :

STM324xG-EVAL_USBD_FS

Figure 4-26 select macro STM324xG-EVAL_USBD_FS in IDE

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USB_Device_Examples

There are three examples in USB_Device_Examples subfolder:

 DFU

 MSC

 VCP

DFU example presents the implementation of a device firmware upgrade (DFU) capability in the STM32F2xx, STM32F4xx and STM32F105/7 devices.

MSC example gives a typical example of how to use the STM32F2xx, STM32F4xx and

STM32F105/7 USB OTG Device peripheral to communicate with a PC Host using the bulk transfer while the MicroSD card is used as storage media.

VCP example presents the implementation of a Virtual Com Port (VCP) capability in the

STM32F2xx, STM32F4xx and STM32F105/7 devices.

4.6.1 USB_Device_Examples

\DFU

1. Description

The DFU(Device Firmware Upgrade)example allows a device firmware upgrade using the

DFU drivers.

The supported memories for this example are:

 Internal Flash memory for STM32F105/7, STM32F2xx and STM32F4xx devices

 OTP memory for STM32F2xx and STM32F2xx devices.

DFU device information is located in usbd_desc.c, as shown below:

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Figure 4-27 USB DFU device information

2. Hardware Configuration

A USB type A (Male) to Micro AB (Male) cable is needed in this example.

3. Steps to Run

1) Install DfuSe_Demo_V3.0.2 software on the PC. The software is located in the folder at CD-ROM:

\Codes\STM32F4xx_USB_Example\Utilities\PC_Software\DfuSe_Demo_V3.0.2

If your PC is 64-bit, please install DfuSe Demo V3.0.2_Setup_amd64.exe.

2) Generate DFU upgrade file on the PC(Optional)

Note: There is a DFU file for testing the USB DFU example. User can skip this step.

The DFU file is located in following folder:

\Codes\STM32F4xx_USB_Example\Project\USB_Device_Examples\DFU\binary_te mplate\MDK-ARM

 In Installation directory of DfuSe_Demo_V3.0.2, open \BIN folder, this opens a

DfuFileMgr software, as shown below:

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Figure 4-28 DFU file manage

 Click “OK”, this opens a window as shown below:

Figure 4-29 Generate DFU file

 Click “S19 or Hex” button, select the file to be upgraded, then click “generate” button to generate DFU file.

3) Connect LCD module STM32F4DIS-LCD to DevKit407 CON3 via LCD cable.

4) Connect the DevKit407 board to a PC with a 'USB type A (Male) to Micro AB (Male)' cable through USB connector CN5.

5)

Connect the DevKit407 board to a PC with a ‘USB type A (Male) to Mini-B (Male)’ cable through USB connector CN1 to power the board.

6) Open the project, rebuild all files, load project image and then run program.

7) After reset, the LCD displays the following messages:

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Figure 4-30 USB device firmware upgrade cable connected display message

8) Run DfuSe DEMO software on PC.

If PC identifies the DFU device (DevKit407 board), below window will be displayed, which means board is ready for USB DFU test.

Figure 4-31 STM Device in DFU mode

9) Select the target area to be programmed, as shown in below figure with number 1.

10)

Select the DFU file to be programmed. Click “Choose” button select the DFU to be upgraded, as shown in below figure with number 2.

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There is a DFU file for USB DFU testing purpose at the folder location:

\Codes\STM32F4xx_USB_Example\Project\USB_Device_Examples\DFU\binary_te mplate\MDK-ARM

Figure 4-32 Upgrade DFU file

11) In order to update the firmware click

“Upgrade” button to start the firmware update.

Once completed a message will appear to indicate upgrade is successful or not.

12) After reset, MCU run in the new firmware.

Reset MCU while the User button is pushed, the MCU run the example that downloaded in step 11).

To go back to the DFU example, you have to reset the device (using RESET button or software reset).

Note: In the DFU DEMO, the application start address is set to 0x0800C000, as

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shown below. This address represents the DFU code protected against write and erase operations. You can modify this address in usbd_conf.h, but you must make sure that there enough space for DFU code (0x08000000

application start address).

Figure 4-33 Configure start address of application

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4.6.2 USB_Device_Examples\MSC

1. Description

The MSC (Mass Storage) example gives a typical example of how to use the STM32F4xx

USB OTG Device peripheral to communicate with a PC Host using the bulk transfer while the MicroSD card is used as storage media. On PC, user can open, close, create, delete, copy and paste the files stored in the SD card.

MSC device information is located in usbd_desc.c, as shown below:

Figure 4-34 USB MSC device information

2. Hardware Configuration

A USB A type (Male) to Micro AB (Male) cable is needed in this example.

A MicroSD card is needed in this example and Kingston 1GB/2GB or SanDisk 2GB

MicroSD Card is recommended. The card should be formatted before used.

Note: Kingston 1GB/2GB and SanDisk 2GB MicroSD Card have been tested on

DevKit407. It’s not guaranteed that all kind of MicroSD card work well on the board.

3. Steps to Run

1) Insert the MicroSD card into MicroSD slot CON6.

2) Connect LCD module STM32F4DIS-LCD to DevKit407 CON3 via LCD cable.

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3) Connect the DevKit407 board to a PC with a 'USB type A (Male) to Micro AB (Male)' cable through USB connector CN5.

4)

Connect the DevKit407 board to a PC with a ‘USB type A (Male) to Mini-B (Male)’ cable through USB connector CN1 to power the board.

5) Open the project, rebuild all files, load project image and then run program.

6) After reset, the LCD displays the following messages:

Figure 4-35 Cable connected display message

7) PC will identify the removable disk automatically. Users can use it the same as an

U-disk, as shown below:

Figure 4-36 MSC device displayed on PC

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4.6.3 USB_Device_Examples\VCP

1. Description

The VCP example illustrates an implementation of the CDC class following the PSTN subprotocol.

The VCP example allows the STM32 device to behave as a USB-to-RS232 bridge.

 On one side, the STM32 communicates with host (PC) through USB interface in

Device mode.

 On the other side, the STM32 communicates with other devices (same host, other host, other devices…) through the USART interface (RS232).

The support of the VCP interface is managed through the ST Virtual Com Port drive

VCP device information is located in usbd_desc.c, as shown below:

Figure 4-37 USB VCP device information

In order to facilitate testing, a PC plays as two host of VCP.

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Figure 4-38 One single Host for USB and USART

2. Hardware Configuration

A USB type A (Male) to Micro AB (Male) cable is needed in this example.

3. Steps to Run

1) Install VCP_V1.3.1_Setup.exe on the PC. The software is located CD-ROM at the following location:

\Codes\STM32F4xx_USB_Example\Utilities\PC_Software\stm32_vcp

If your PC is 64-bit, please install VCP_V1.3.1_Setup_x64.exe.

2) Connect LCD module STM32F4DIS-LCD to DevKit407 CON3 via LCD cable.

3) Connect the DevKit407 board to a PC with a 'USB type A (Male) to Micro AB (Male)' cable through USB connector CN5.

4)

Connect the DevKit407 board to a PC with a ‘USB type A (Male) to Mini-B (Male)’ cable through USB connector CN1 to power the board.

5) Open the project, rebuild all files, load project image and then run program.

6) After reset, the LCD displays the following messages:

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Figure 4-39 USB VCP device cable connected display message

7) USB device (DevKit407) is enumerated as serial communication port

Figure 4-40 DevKit407 have been enumerated as VCP device

8) Configure the virtual com port as below.

Start HyperTerminal by clicking on Start -> Programs -> Accessories ->

Communications ->HyperTerminal.

The ‘Connect To’ dialog box appears. Ignore the first three boxes – these are used with dialup modem services. In the last box ‘Connect using’ select the COM port that you will be using and press ‘OK’.

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Figure 4-41 Create HyperTerminal for the virtual com port

In the following ‘COM properties’ dialog box you can set up the communication parameters for the COM port. Set for 115200 bits per second, 8 data bits, no parity, 1 stop bit and no flow control. Press ‘OK’ when done.

Figure 4-42 VCP port settings

9) Configure com port that connected to DevKit407 board in the same way.

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10) Communication test. Try sending some characters with the HyperTerminal of virtual serial port, the other HyperTerminal (COM3) will receive these characters.

Figure 4-43 Message from VCP COM to True COM

Both the two HyperTerminals can send or receive data. As shown below:

Figure 4-44 Message from True COM to VCP COM

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USB_Host_Examples

There are two examples in USB_Host_Examples subfolder:

 HID

 MSC

HID example provides a description of how to use the USB OTG host peripheral on the

STM32F2xx, STM32F4xx and STM32F105/7 devices.

MSC example provides a description of how to use the USB OTG host peripheral on the

STM32F2xx, STM32F4xx and STM32F105/7 devices.

4.6.4 USB_Host_Examples\HID

1. Description

When an USB Device is attached to the Host port, the device is enumerated and checked whether it can support HID device or not, if the attached device supports HID, upon pressing the User button, the mouse or the keyboard application will be launched.

2. Hardware Configuration

A mouse and a USB type A (Female) to Micro AB (Male) cable are needed in this example.

3. Steps to Run

1) Connect LCD module STM32F4DIS-LCD to DevKit407 CON3 via LCD cable.

2) Connect the DevKit407 board to a mouse with a 'USB type A (Female) to Micro AB

(Male)' cable through USB connector CN5.

3)

Connect the DevKit407 board to a PC with a ‘USB type A (Male) to Mini-B (Male)’ cable through USB connector CN1 to power the board.

4) Open the project, rebuild all files, load project image and then run program.

5) After reset, the LCD displays the following messages:

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Figure 4-45 USB HID Host connected display message

6) When user presses the USER1 button, the application displays the mouse pointer and buttons.

Figure 4-46 USB HID Host user key message

Moving the mouse will move the pointer in the display rectangle and if a button is pressed, the corresponding rectangle will be highlighted in green.

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Figure 4-47 USB HID Host user key pressed

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4.6.5 USB_Host_Examples\MSC

1. Description

The STM32F4 behave as a mass storage Host that can enumerate, show content and display the supported BMP image in the attached USB flash disk.

2. Hardware Configuration

A USB Flash Disk and a USB type A (Female) to Micro AB (Male) cable are needed in this example.

Note: Kingston 1GB/2GB and SanDisk 4GB USB Flash Disk have been tested on

DevKit407

. It’s not guaranteed that all kind of USB Flash Disk work well on the board.

3. Steps to Run

1) There are some BMP files for testing purpose located in the following location:

\Codes\STM32F4xx_USB_Example\Utilities\Binary\Media

Copy these files to the root of the USB flash disk

2) Connect the DevKit407 board to the USB flash disk with a 'USB type A (Female) to

Micro AB (Male)' cable through USB connector CN5.

3) Connect LCD module STM32F4DIS-LCDto DevKit407 CON3 via LCD cable.

4) Connect the DevKit407 board to a PC with a ‘USB type A (Male) to Mini-B (Male)’ cable through USB connector CN1 to power the board.

5) Open the project, rebuild all files, load project image and then run program.

6) After reset, the LCD displays the following messages:

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Figure 4-48 USB mass storage host display message

7) When the user press the User button, the application explore the USB flash disk content and the LCD displays the following messages:

Figure 4-49 USB mass storage explorer display message

Note: The contents circled by red color depend on the USB device that plugged in.

8) User has to press the User button to display the whole disk (recursion level 2). Below is a screenshot when the entire flash disk is shown:

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Figure 4-50 USB mass storage explorer display message (last screen)

9) The user has to press the User button to write a small file, e.g. Host_Write_Demo.txt

(less to 1 KB) on the disk.

Figure 4-51 USB mass storage write file display message

10) After writing the file to the disk, user can press the USER1 button to start the Image slide show. Only the BMP files with the following format are supported :

 Width: 320

 Height: 240

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 BPP:

16

 Compression: RGB bitmap with RGB masks

Press the User button to start the Image (BMP file for testing) slide show:

Figure 4-52 USB mass storage slideshow example

Note: BMP files should be located in the USB Disk root.

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Chapter 5 Applications Examples

5.1 STM32F4xx_uCOSII_Example

1. Description

This example provides a description of how to use the uC/OS-II on the STM32F4xx devices.

Note: This example just supplies port files. You should download uC/OS-II-v2.91 source code from the Micrium website: http://micrium.com/page/downloads/source_code .

Copy uC/OS-II-v2.91 source from the Micrium folder(Micrium\Software\uCOS-II\Source) to Project folder(STM32F4xx_uCOSII_Example\uCOS-II\Source).

Two tasks work in this example:

 App_TaskStar--Control the LED blinking

 App_TaskKbd--Control the LED blinking frequency by User button pressing

The MDK project of this example is located in the following folder:

\Codes\STM32F4xx_uCOSII_Example\Project\MDK-ARM

2. Steps to Run

1)

Connect the DevKit407 board to a PC with a ‘USB type A (Male) to Mini-B (Male)’ cable through USB connector CN1 to power the board.

2) Open the project, rebuild all files, load project image and then run program.

3) Testing actions and results:

 LEDs turn on and then turn off in an order: LED4 -> LED6 -> LED5 -> LED3.

 Long press on User button, then the blinking speed of the LEDs will be lower than what we saw at the beginning.

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5.2 STM32F4xx_FPU_FFT_Example

1. Description

This example shows how to use the Cortex-M4's FPU unit.

This example demonstrates the calculation of the maximum energy bin in the frequency domain of the input signal with the use of Complex FFT, Complex Magnitude, and

Maximum functions.

The MDK project of this example is located in the following folder:

\Codes\STM32F4xx_FPU_FFT_Example\Project\FPU_FFT_Example\MDK-ARM

2. Steps to Run

1)

Connect the DevKit407 board to a PC with a ‘USB type A (Male) to Mini-B (Male)’ cable through USB connector CN1 to power the board.

2) Open the project, rebuild all files, load project image and then run program.

3) Testing actions and results:

 If the demon run ok, the LED6 will turn on, otherwise the LED3 Will turn on.

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Chapter 6 Other Test Scenarios

This Chapter gives a short description about how to test the DevKit407 peripheral

6.1 USART Testing

Please reference at 4.1 USART Example .

6.2 SDIO Testing

Please reference at 4.2 SDIO Example .

6.3 LCD Testing

Please reference at 4.3 LCD Example .

6.4 DCMI Testing

Please reference at 4.4 DCMI Example .

6.5 Ethernet Testing

Please reference at 4.5 ETH_LwIP Example .

6.6 USB Testing

Please reference at

4.6 USB Example

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Technical Support & Warranty Service

Embest Technology Co.,LTD., established in March of 2000, is a global provider of embedded hardware and software. Embest aims to help customers to reduce time to market with improved quality by providing the most effective total solutions for the embedded industry. In the rapidly growing market of high end embedded systems,

Embest provides comprehensive services to specify develop and produce products and help customers to implement innovative technology and product features. Progressing from prototyping to the final product within a short time frame and thus shorten the time to market, and to achieve the lowest production costs possible. Embest insists on a simple business model to offer customers high-performance, low-cost products with the best quality and service. The content below is important information for our products technical support and warranty service:

Technical support service

Embest provides one year free technical support service for all products. Technical support service covers:

 Embest embedded platform products software/hardware materials

 Assist customers in compiling and running the source code we offer.

 Assist in troubleshooting on our embedded software/hardware platforms given that the customer has followed the documentation that we offer.

 Judge whether the product failure exists.

The services listed below are not included in the range of our free technical support service, and Embest will handle each situation with discretion:

 Software/Hardware issues a user meets during the development process

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 Issues which occur when users compile/run the embedded OS which has been modified by users themselves.

 User’s own applications.

 Problems which occur during the modification of our software source code

Maintenance Service Clause

1) The products except LCD, which are not used properly, will take the warranty since the day of the sale:

PCB: Provide 12 months free maintenance service.

2) The situations listed below are not included in the range of our free maintenance service, Embest will charge the service fees with discretion: a)

Can’t provide valid Proof-of-Purchase, the identification label is torn up or illegible, the identification label is altered or doesn’t accord with the actual products; b)

Don’t follow the instruction of the manual in order to damage the product; c) Due to the natural disasters (unexpected matters), or natural attrition of the components, or unexpected matters leads to the defects of appearance/function; d) Due to the power supply, bump, leaking of the roof, pets, moisture, impurities into the boards, all those reasons which lead the defects of appearance/function; e)

User unauthorized weld or dismantle parts leads the product’s bad condition, or let other people or institution which are not authorized by Embest to dismantle, repair, change the product leads the product bad connection or defects of appearance/function; f) User unauthorized install the software, system or incorrect configuration or computer virus leads the defects; g) Purchase the products through unauthorized channel;

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h) Those commitments which is committed by other institutions should be responsible by the institutions, Embest has nothing to do with that;

3) During the warranty period, the delivery fee which delivery to Embest should be covered by user, Embest will pay for the return delivery fee to users when the product is repaired. If the warranty period is expired, all the delivery fees will be charged by users.

4) When the board needs repair, please contact technical support department.

Note: Those products are returned without the permission of our technician, we will not take any responsibility for them.

Basic Notice for Protecting LCD Screen

1) Do not use finger nails or hard/sharp objects to touch the surface of the LCD, otherwise the above services will be void.

2) Embest recommend user to purchase a screen wipe to wipe the LCD after long time use, please avoid cleaning the surface with fingers or hands to leave fingerprint.

3) Do not clean the surface of the screen with chemicals, otherwise user can not enjoy above service.

Note: Embest do not supply maintenance service to LCD. We suggest the customer first check the LCD after getting the goods. In case the LCD cannot run or show display, customer should inform Embest within 7 business days from the moment of getting the goods.

Value Added Services

We will provide following value added services:

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Pro vide services of driver development based on Embest’s embedded platforms, like serial port, USB interface devices, LCD screen.

Provide the services of control system transplant, BSP driver development, API software development.

Other value added services like power adapter, LCD parts.

Other OEM/ODM services.

Technical training.

Please contact Embest to get technical support:

Support Tel:+86-755-25503401

Fax:+86-755-25616057

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