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STM3220F-EVAL

Evaluation Board

Introduction

The STM32F207IFT6 evaluation board

STM3220F-EVAL is designed as complete development platform for STMicroelectronic’s

ARM Cortex-M3 core-based STM32F207IFT6 microcontroller with digital camera module interface, High speed USB OTG, Full speed

USB OTG, Ethernet MAC, FSMC interface, two channels of CAN2.0A/B compliant interface, 2 channels I2S, 3 channels I2C, 6 channels

USART with smart card support, 3 channels SPI,

SDIO, 3 ADC, 2 DAC, internal 128KB SRAM and 1MB Flash, JTAG&SWD debugging support.

The full range of hardware features on the board is able to help you evaluate all peripherals (USB OTG HS, USB OTG FS,

Ethernet, Motor Control, CAN, MicroSD card,

Smart card, USART, Audio DAC, RS232, IrDA,

PSRAM, OneNAND, MEMS, EEPROM… etc.) and develop your own applications. Extension headers make it possible to easily connect a daughter board or wrapping board for your specific application.

Figure 1: STM3220F-EVAL evaluation board

Features

Four 5V power supply options: Power jack, USB FS connector, USB HS connector or daughter board.

Boot from User Flash, System memory or SRAM.

I2S Audio DAC, stereo audio jack.

1GByte or more MicroSD card.

Both type A&B Smart card support.

I2C compatible serial interface 64KBit EEPROM, MEMS and IO Expander.

RS232 communication.

IrDA transceiver.

USB OTG HS and FS with Micro-AB connector.

IEEE-802.3-2002 compliant Ethernet connector.

Camera module

4Mbit PSRAM

512Mbit OneNAND

Two channels of CAN2.0A/B compliant connection.

Inductor Motor Control connector.

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JTAG ,SW and Trace Debug support.

3.2” 240x320 TFT color LCD with touch screen.

Joystick with 4-direction control and selector.

Reset, Wakeup, Tamper and User button.

4 color LEDs.

RTC with backup battery.

MCU consumption measurement circuit

Extension connector for daughter board or wrapping board.

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Contents

1. Hardware Layout and configuration ...................................................................................... 4

1.1 Power Supply .................................................................................................................. 6

1.2 Boot Option ..................................................................................................................... 7

1.3 Clock Source ................................................................................................................... 8

1.4 Reset Source................................................................................................................... 8

1.5 Audio ............................................................................................................................... 8

1.6 EEPROM ......................................................................................................................... 8

1.7 CAN ................................................................................................................................. 8

1.8 RS232 & IrDA................................................................................................................ 10

1.9 Motor Control................................................................................................................. 10

1.10 Smart Card .................................................................................................................. 11

1.11 MicroSD card............................................................................................................... 12

1.12 MEMS.......................................................................................................................... 12

1.13 Analog Input ................................................................................................................ 12

1.14 USB OTG FS............................................................................................................... 13

1.15 Ethernet ....................................................................................................................... 13

1.16 USB OTG HS .............................................................................................................. 14

1.17 Camera Module........................................................................................................... 14

1.18 PSRAM and OneNAND .............................................................................................. 14

1.19 Development and Debug support ............................................................................... 14

1.20 Display and Input devices ........................................................................................... 14

1.21 IDD measurement and comparator............................................................................. 15

2. Connector ............................................................................................................................ 17

2.1 Daughter board extension connector CN1,2,3 and CN4 .............................................. 17

2.2 Motor control connector CN5 ........................................................................................ 21

2.3 MicroSD connector CN6 ............................................................................................... 22

2.4 Ethernet RJ45 connector CN7 ...................................................................................... 22

2.5 USB OTG FS Micro-AB connector CN8 ....................................................................... 23

2.6 USB OTG HS Micro-AB connector CN9 ....................................................................... 23

2.7 CAN D-type 9-pins male connector CN10(CAN2) & CN12(CAN1) .............................. 24

2.8 Audio connector CN11 .................................................................................................. 24

2.9 Trace debugging connector CN13 ................................................................................ 24

2.10 JTAG debugging connector CN14 .............................................................................. 25

2.11 Camera module connector CN15................................................................................ 25

2.12 RS232 connector CN16 .............................................................................................. 26

2.13 Analog input connector CN17 ..................................................................................... 26

2.14 Power connector CN18 ............................................................................................... 26

2.15 TFT LCD connector CN19 .......................................................................................... 27

2.16 Smart card connector CN20........................................................................................ 27

3. Known limitations and bugs on PCB rev A.......................................................................... 28

4. Schematic ............................................................................................................................ 29

Appendix A STM3220F-EVAL IO Assignment ........................................................................ 49

Appendix B Document Revision History.................................................................................. 53

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1. Hardware Layout and configuration

The STM3220F-EVAL evaluation board is designed around the STM32F207IFT6 in 176-pin

TQFP package. The hardware block diagram Figure 2 illustrates the connection between

STM32F207IFT6 and peripherals (Camera module, LCD, PSRAM, OneNAND, EEPROM,

MEMS, USART, IrDA, USB OTG HS, USB OTG FS, Ethernet, Audio, CAN bus, Smart card,

MicroSD card and Motor Control) and Figure 3 will help you locate these features on the actual evaluation board.

Figure 2: Hardware Block Diagram

1.8V regulator

2.5V regulator

2.8V regulator

3.3V regulator

MCU consumption measurement

OTG HS

DAC

I2S2

I2C1

USB HS

PHY

USB power switch

USBMicro-AB connector

Audio DAC

LEDs,Key

Extension connector for

GPIOs

OneNAND

PSRAM

TFT LCD

MicroSD card

MC control connector

JTAG/SWD

Trace

BNC connector

Potentiometer

GPIO

FSMC

STM32F207IFT6

DCMI

OTG FS

SDIO

MC

Debug

ADC

MII/RMII

CAN1

CAN2

USART3

USART6

MEMS

EEPROM

Joystick

IO expandor

Touchscreen

Camera module

USB Micro-AB connector

USB power switch

PHY

CAN transceiver

CAN transceiver

RS232 transceiver

IrDA transceiver

Smart Card interface

Integrated RJ45 connector

CAN

DB9 connector

CAN

DB9 connector

RS232

DB9 connector

Smart Card connector

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Figure 3: STM3220F-EVAL Evaluation board layout

CN7

RJ45 connector

CN1-CN4

Extension header

CN6

MicroSD card

CN17

Motor control

CN8

USB OTG FS

U16

STM32F207IFT6

CN9

USB OTG HS

CN10

CAN2

U11

IrDA

CN11

Audio Jack

CN12

CAN1

CN16

USART3

CN13

Trace

CN14

JTAG

CN19

Color LCD

CN15

Camera module

CN17

BNC connector

CN18

5V power jack

RV1

Potentiometer

B1

RESET

B2

WAKEUP

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Smartcard

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B3

Tamper

B4

User Key

U32

Joystick

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1.1 Power Supply

STM3220F-EVAL evaluation board is designed to be powered by 5V DC power supply and to be protected by PolyZen from wrong power plug-in event. It’s possible to configure the evaluation board to use any of following Four sources for the power supply.

5V DC power adapter connected to CN18, the Power Jack on the board (PSU on silk screen for Power Supply Unit).

5V DC power with 500mA limitation from CN8, the USB OTG FS Micro-AB connector

(FS on silkscreen).

5V DC power with 500mA limitation from CN9, the USB OTG HS Micro-AB connector

(HS on silkscreen).

5V DC power from both CN1 and CN3, the extension connector for daughter board

(DTB for Daughter Board on silkscreen).

The power supply is configured by setting the related jumpers JP17, JP18 & JP19 as described in table 1 .

Table 1 Power related Jumpers

Jumper Description

JP17

JP18

JP17 is used to measure MCU current consumption manually by multimeter.

Default setting: Fitted

JP18 is used to select one of the four possible power supply resources.

For power supply jack(CN18) to the STM3220F-EVAL only, JP18 is set as shown to the right:

(Default Setting)

HS

FS

DTB

PSU

For power supply from the daughter board connectors(CN1 and CN3) to

STM3220F-EVAL only, JP18 is set as shown to the right:

HS

FS

DTB

PSU

For power supply from USB OTG FS (CN8) to STM3220F-EVAL only,

JP18 is set as shown to the right:

HS

FS

DTB

PSU

For power supply from USB OTG HS (CN9) to STM3220F-EVAL only,

JP18 is set as shown to the right:

HS

FS

DTB

PSU

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For power supply from power supply jack(CN18) to both STM3220F-

EVAL and daughter board connected on CN1 and CN3, JP18 is set as shown to the right (daughter board must not have its own power

supply connected)

HS

FS

DTB

PSU

Vbat is connected to battery when JP19 is set as shown to the right:

1 2 3

JP19

Vbat is connected to 3.3V power when JP19 is set as shown to the right:

(Default setting)

1 2 3

To enable MCU power consumption measurement, JP16 should be re-configured as described in table 2 .

Table 2 MCU Power consumption measurement related Jumpers

JP16

JP16 is useded to bypass MCU power consumption measurement circuit, it’s set to close by default.

JP16 need to be re-configured to open for MCU power consumption measurement.

Default setting: Fitted

The LED LD9 is lit when the STM3220F-EVAL evaluation board is powered by the 5V correctly.

1.2 Boot Option

The STM3220F-EVAL evaluation board is able to boot from:

Embedded User Flash

System memory with boot loader for ISP

Embedded SRAM for debugging

The boot option is configured by setting switch SW1 (BOOT1) and SW2 (BOOT0). The

BOOT0 can be configured also via RS232 connector CN16.

Table 3 Boot related Switch

BOOT0 & 1

STM3220F-EVAL boot from User Flash when BOOT0 is set as shown to the right. BOOT1 is don’t care in this configuration.

(Default setting)

STM3220F-EVAL boot from Embedded SRAM when

BOOT0 and BOOT1 are set as shown to the right.

STM3220F-EVAL boot from System Memory when

BOOT0 and BOOT1 are set as shown to the right.

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1.3 Clock Source

Four clock sources are available on STM3220F-EVAL evaluation board for STM32F207IFT6 and RTC embedded.

X1, 25MHz Crystal for Ethernet PHY.

X2, 24MHz Crystal for USB OTG HS PHY.

X3, 32KHz Crystal for embedded RTC.

X4, 25MHz Crystal with socket for STM32F207IFT6 Microcontroller, it can be removed from socket when internal RC clock is used.

1.4 Reset Source

The reset signal of STM3220F-EVAL evaluation board is low active and the reset sources include:

Reset button B1

Debugging Tools from JTAG connector CN14 and Trace connector CN13

Daughter board from CN3

RS232 connector CN16 for ISP.

Table 4 Reset Related Jumpers

Jumper Description

Enable reset of the STM32F207IFT6 embedded JTAG TAP controller each

JP25 time a system reset occurs. JP25 connects the TRST signal from the

JTAG connection with the system reset signal RESET#.

Default Setting: Not fitted

1.5 Audio

STM3220F-EVAL evaluation board supports stereo audio play thanks to an audio DAC

CS43L22 connected to both I2S2 port and one channels of DAC of microcontroller

STM32F207IFT6. The CS43L22 can be configured via I2C1. The automatically switch between the speaker and headphone is supported by both CS43L22 and audio jack with plug detection pin.

1.6 EEPROM

A 64KBit EEPROM connected to I2C1 bus of STM32F207IFT6.

Table 5 EEPROM Related Jumpers

Jumper Description

JP24

The EEPROM is in Write protection mode when JP24 is closed.

Default Setting: Not fitted

1.7 CAN

STM3220F-EVAL evaluation board supports two channels of CAN2.0A/B complaint CAN bus communication based on 3.3V CAN transceiver. The two CAN bus are disabled and disconnected by jumpers from relevant STM32F207IFT6 IO’s which are shared with FSMC and USB OTG HS. The jumper JP14 and JP15 must be re-set to enable CAN1 while JP10 and JP11 must be re-set to enable CAN2 as listed in table 6 and table 7 .

The High-speed mode, standby mode and slope control mode are available and can be selected by setting JP12 for CAN1 and JP7 for CAN2.

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Table 6 CAN1 related Jumpers

Jumper Description

CAN1 transceiver is working in standby mode when JP12 is set as shown to the right:

1 2 3

JP12

CAN1 transceiver is working in high-speed mode when JP12 is set as shown to the right: (default setting)

1 2 3

CAN1 transceiver is working in slope control mode when JP12 is open.

JP13

JP14

JP15

CAN1 terminal resistor is enabled when JP13 is fitted.

Default setting: Not fitted

CAN1_TX is connected to PD1 and all peripherals connected to FSMC

(LCD, PSRAM & OneNAND) are disabled when JP14 is closed.

Default setting: Not fitted

CAN1_RX is connected to PD0 and all peripherals connected to FSMC

(LCD, PSRAM & OneNAND) are disabled when JP15 is closed.

Default setting: Not fitted

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Table 7 CAN2 related Jumpers

Jumper Description

CAN2 transceiver is working in standby mode when JP7 is set as shown to the right:

1 2 3

JP7

CAN2 transceiver is working in high-speed mode when JP7 is set as shown to the right: (default setting)

1 2 3

CAN2 transceiver is working in slope control mode when JP7 is open.

JP9

JP10

JP11

CAN2 terminal resistor is enabled when JP9 is fitted.

Default setting: Not fitted

CAN2_TX is connected to PB13 and USB OTG HS is disabled when JP10 is closed. JP10 must be open for USB OTG HS application.

Default setting: Not fitted

CAN2_RX is connected to PB5 and USB OTG HS is disabled when JP11 is closed. JP11 must be open for USB OTG HS application.

Default setting: Not fitted

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1.8 RS232 & IrDA

Both RS232 and IrDA communication is supported by D-type 9-pins RS232 connectors CN16 and IrDA transceiver U11 which are connected to USART3 of STM32F207IFT6 on

STM3220F-EVAL evaluation board. Two signals, Bootloader_BOOT0 and

Bootloader_RESET, are added on RS232 connector for ISP support.

RS232 or IrDA can be selected by setting of JP22:

Table 8 RS232 & IrDA Related Jumpers

Jumper Description

USART3_RX is connected to IrDA transceiver and IrDA communication is enabled when JP22 is set as shown to the right:

1 2 3

JP22

USART3_RX is connected to RS232 transceiver and RS232 communication is enabled when JP22 is set as shown to the right(Default setting):

1 2 3

JP22 must be set to open to enable MicroSD card witch shares same IOs with RS232.

1.9 Motor Control

STM3220F-EVAL evaluation board supports three-phase brushless motor control via a 34pins connector CN17, which provides all required control and feedback signals to and from motor power-driving board. Available signals on this connector includes emergency stop, motor speed, 3 phase motor current, bus voltage, Heatsink temperature coming from the motor driving board and 6 channels of PWM control signal going to the motor driving circuit.

JP2 allows to choose two kind to synchronization methods for PFCs (Power Factor

Correction).

The I/O pins used on Motor control connector CN17 are multiplexed with some peripherals on the board; either motor control connector or multiplexed peripherals can be enabled by setting of jumpers JP4, JP20 and JP3:

Table 9 Motor Control Related Jumpers

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Jumper Description

JP2

JP2 allows to have a PFC synchronization signal redirected to the timer 3 input capture 2 pin, additionally to the timer3 external trigger input.

Default setting: Not Fitted

JP1

JP1 should be kept on open when encoder signal is input from pin31 of

CN5 while it should be kept on close when analog signal is from pin31 of

CN5 for special motor.

Default setting: Not Fitted

SB3

Solder bridge SB3 is closed by default to connect BNC connector and

Motor control connector to PF8. For external analog input connected to

TP3 and TP4, SB3 may be disconnected.

It allows to connect an analogue source to ADC for accuracy and reliability evaluation with minimum noise induced by components on the board.

Default setting: close

JP20

MC_BusVoltage is connected to PF6 when JP20 is set as shown to the right:

1 2 3

SmartCard_OFF is connected to PF6 when JP20 is set as show to the right (Default setting):

1 2 3

JP3

MC_HeatsinkTemperature is connected to PF7 when JP3 is closed. JP3 must be open for Smart card.

Default setting: Not Fitted

JP4

MC_EmergencySTOP is connected to PI4 when JP4 is closed.

Default setting: Not Fitted

Note: MicroSD card must be removed from CN6 for Motor control application.

Smart card

Camera module connected to CN15

1.10 Smart Card

STMicroelectronics Smart card interface chip ST8024 is used on STM3220F-EVAL board for asynchronous 3V and 5V smart cards. It performs all supply protection and control functions based on the connections with STM32F207IFT6 listed in table 10 :

Table 10 Connection between ST8024 and STM32F207IFT6

Signals of

ST8024 STM32F207IFT6

5V/3V

I/OUC

Smart card power supply selection pin.

MCU data I/O line

PH15

PC6

XTAL1

OFF

RSTIN

CMDVCC

Crystal or external clock input

Detect presence of a card pin with Motor controller

Card Reset Input from MCU

, Interrupt to MCU, share same

Start activation sequence input (Active Low), share same pin with I2S DAC and Motor control

PG7

PF6

PF7

PG12

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Smart card shares some IO’s with Motor control connector CN5 and I2S bus for Audio.

Some jumper has to be re-configured to enable Smartcard as listed below:

Table 11 Smartcard Related Jumpers

Jumper Description

SmartCard_IO is connected to PC6 when JP21 is closed. JP21 must be

JP21 open for Audio DAC connected to I2S.

Default setting: Not Fitted

JP3 & JP20 Description of JP3 and JP20 is in chapter 1.9 Motor control.

1.11 MicroSD card

The 1GByte or more MicroSD card connected to SDIO of STM32F207IFT6 is available on the board. MicroSD card Detection is managed by standard IO port PH13. MicroSD card shares same IO’s with Motor control & RS232. The jumper JP22 must be open and Motor control connector (CN6) must be disconnected for MicroSD card.

Table 12 MicroSD card related Jumpers

Jumper Description

JP22 Description of JP22 is in chapter 1.8 RS232 & IrDA.

1.12 MEMS

A ST MEMS device LIS302DL is connected to I2C1 bus of STM32F207IFT6 on the board.

1.13 Analog Input

One BNC connectors CN17 is connected to PF8 of STM32F207IFT6 as external analog input when Motor control connector is not used. The 50 ohm terminal resistor can be enabled by closing of solder bridge SB8. A low pass filter can be implemented for BNC connector by replacing of R74 and C59 with right value of resister and capacitor as requested by end user’s application.

Note: For ADC accuracy measurement please use TP3 & TP4 as described in table 9 on chapter 1.9

There are also 2 analog signals available on the board:

1. 10K ohm potentiometer RV1 connected to PC2 via jumper JP23.

2. IDD measurement output signal connected to PF9 for power consumption test in RUN,

SLEEP and STOP mode.

Table 13 Potentiometer related Jumpers

Jumper Description

JP23

Potentiometer RV1 is connected to PC2 when JP23 is closed. JP23 must be open for Ethernet application.

Default setting: Not fitted

SB8

The 50ohm terminal resistor is enabled when SB8 is closed.

Default setting: open

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1.14 USB OTG FS

STM3220F-EVAL evaluation board support USB OTG full speed communication via a USB

Micro-AB connector (CN8) and USB power switch (U1) connected to VBUS. The evaluation board can be powered by this USB connection at 5V DC with 500mA current limitation.

The LED LD6 will be light when power switch (U1) is ON and STM3220F-EVAL works as a

USB host or if VBUS is powered by another USB host when STM3220F-EVAL works as a

USB device. The LD5 will be light when over-current is occurred.

1.15 Ethernet

STM3220F-EVAL evaluation board support 10M/100M Ethernet communication by a PHY

DP83848CVV (U5) and integrated RJ45 connector (CN7). Both MII and RMII interface mode are supported and can be selected by setting of jumpers JP5, JP6 and JP8 as listed below:

Table 14 Ethernet Related Jumpers and solder bridges

Jumper Description

JP8

JP8 is used to select MII or RMII interface mode. MII is enabled when JP8 is open while RMII interface mode is enabled when JP8 is close.

Default setting: Not Fitted

JP6

JP6 should be set as shown to the right when MII interface mode is enabled(Default setting):

1 2 3

JP6 should be set as shown to the right when RMII interface mode is enabled:

1 2 3

25MHz clock for MII or 50MHz clock for RMII is provided by MCO at PA8 when JP5 is set as shown to the right (Default setting):

1 2 3

JP5

JP23

SB1

SB2

25MHz clock is provided by external crystal X1 (for MII interface mode only) when JP5 is set as shown to the right:

1 2 3

JP5 has to be kept open when clock is provided by external oscillator U3

(not fit by default)

Description of JP23 is in chapter 1.13 Analog Input.

SB1 is used to select clock source only for RMII mode, the clock from

MCO is connected to RMII_REF_CLK when SB1 is closed.

Default setting: open

SB2 is used to select clock source only for RMII mode, the clock from pin25 of Ethernet PHY U5 is connected to RMII_REF_CLK when SB2 is closed.

Default setting: close

A tes tpoint TP2 is available on the board for PTP_PPS feature test, it can be used only when

JP11 is kept on open. (Note: there are no problem of conflict between PTP_PPS output &

ULPI data bus, pls. refer to 6.1.9.3 interface protection of USB3300. TBC)

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1.16 USB OTG HS

STM3220F-EVAL evaluation board support USB OTG High speed communication via a USB

Micro-AB connector (CN9), USB High speed PHY (U8) and USB power switch (U4) connected to VBUS. The evaluation board can be powered by this USB connector (CN9) at

5V DC with 500mA current limitation.

The LED LD7 will be light when power switch (U4) is ON and STM3220F-EVAL works as a

USB host or if VBUS is powered by another USB host when STM3220F-EVAL works as a

USB device. The LD8 will be light when over-current is occurred.

The USB ULPI bus is shared with CAN2 bus, the JP10 and JP11 must be kept on open for

USB OTG HS.

1.17 Camera Module

A 1.3Mega Pixel camera module is connected to DCMI bus of STM32F207IFT6 and shares same IOs with motor control connector. JP4 must be kept on open for Camera module application.

Table 15 Camera module Related Jumpers

Jumper Description

JP26

The camera module is in power down mode when JP26 is closed.

JP4

Default setting: Not Fitted

Description of JP4 is in chapter 1.9 Motor control.

1.18 PSRAM and OneNAND

The 4Mbit PSRAM and 512Mbit OneNAND are connected to FSMC bus of STM32F207IFT6 which shares same IO’s with CAN1 bus. The JP14 and JP15 must be kept on open for

PSRAM, OneNAND and LCD application.

1.19 Development and Debug support

The two debug connectors available on STM3220F-EVAL evaluation board are:

1. CN14, standard 20-pins JTAG interface connector that is compliant with debug tools of

ARM7 and ARM9.

2. CN13, SAMTEC 20-pins connector FTSH-110-01-L-DV for both SWD and Trace that is compliant with ARM CoreSight debug tools.

1.20 Display and Input devices

The 3.2” TFT color LCD connected to FSMC bus and 4 general purpose color LED’s (LD

1,2,3,4) are available as display device. A touch screen connected to IO expander (U24), 4direction joystick with selection key, general purpose button (B4), Wakeup button (B2) and

Tamper detection button (B3) are available as input devices.

Table 16 LCD modules

Pin on

CN16

3.2” TFT LCD with touch screen (CN16)

Pin name Pin connection Pin on Pin name Pin connection

CN16

2 RS FSMC_A0 19 PD14 FSMC_D13

3 WR/SCL 20 PD16 FSMC_D14

4 RD FSMC_NOE 21 PD17 FSMC_D15

6 PD1 FSMC_D0

7 PD2 FSMC_D1

8 PD3 FSMC_D2

24 VDD +3V3

25 VCI +3V3

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9 PD4 FSMC_D3

10 PD5 FSMC_D4

11 PD6 FSMC_D5

12 PD7 FSMC_D6

13 PD8 FSMC_D7

14 PD10 FSMC_D8

15 PD11 FSMC_D9

16 PD12 FSMC_D10

17 PD13 FSMC_D11

26 GND GND

27 GND GND

28 BL_VDD

29 SDO NC

30 SDI NC

31 XL

U24

32 XR IO

U24

33 YD IO

U24

34 YU IO

U24

1.21 IDD measurement and comparator

For IDD measurement the circuit below is implemented on STM3220F-EVAL.

Figure 4 : STM3220F-EVAL IDD measurement circuit

In Run mode, IDD current is measured thanks to TSC101BILT (U14) connected to the 1ohm shunt resistor. In this case IDD_CNT_EN remains at high level during measurement and

JP16 jumper must be removed.

In Halt mode, the operational amplifier TSC101BILT (U14) is connected on the 1Kohm shunt resistor. To measure a current corresponding to the Halt mode the procedure is:

1. Configure ADC to measure voltage on IDD_measurement pin.

2. Configure PA0 as interrupt input on falling edge

3. Enter in Halt or active Halt mode with IDD_CNT_EN Low

4. LP_WAKEUP falling edge wakeup the MCU after 100ms

5. start ADC conversion as soon as possible after wakeup in order to measure the voltage corresponding to Sleep mode on 1uF capacitor

6. Reset the counter by programming IDD_CNT_EN High in less than 50mS after the wakeup to avoid 1Kohm to be connected later on VDD_MCU

In Halt mode, the 1K resistor is connected when T1 become off after entering in Halt mode.

Q13 output of the counter allows connecting the 1K when the current IDD becomes very low.

The measurement timing is given below:

Figure 5 : STM3220F-EVAL IDD Halt mode measurement timing diagram

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MC U mo de

R u n

0

Halt mode IDD measurement timing

H alt

150mS 300mS

W ake-up ID D Measu re C lear C N T

450mS

ID D_C N T_EN (PI8)

Q13= L OW _POW ER _EN

(T1 p in 3)

Q14 = L P_W AK EU P

(PA0)

Q14n = Switch co ntro l (U 15 p in 4)

The halt mode measurement procedure can be used in Halt mode and slow or fast active Halt modes if the IDD current do not exceed 60uA else the Run measurement procedure need to be used up to 60mA.

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2. Connector

2.1 Daughter board extension connector CN1,2,3 and CN4

Four male headers CN1,2,3 and CN4 can be used to connect with daughter board or standard wrapping board to STM3220F-EVAL evaluation board. All total 140 GPI/Os are available on it.

Each pin on CN1,2,3 and CN4 can be used by a daughter board after disconnecting it from the corresponding function block on STM3220F-EVAL evaluation board. Please refer to table

17 to table 20 for detail.

Table 17 Daughter board extension connector CN1

Pin Description Alternative

Function

How to disconnect with function block on STM3220F-EVAL board

1 GND - -

5 PE5 Trace_D2

19 GND - -

23 PF7 SmartCard_RS

T &MC

25 PF9 IDD_Measure ment & MC

JP3 open

Remove R82

Disconnect Motor Control board from CN5

39 GND -

43 NC -

45 NC -

-

-

-

-

-

10 GND - -

12 PI9 LED3 Remove

14 PI11 ULPI_DIR

22 PF6 SmartCard_OF

F & MC

24

26

PF8

PF10

MC

MC

JP20 open

Disconnect Motor Control board from CN5

Disconnect Motor Control board from CN5

28 PH1 OSC_OUT open

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30 GND - potentiometer

-

-

42 PH5 OTG_FS_Pow erSwitchOn

44 NC -

46 NC -

Remove R18

-

-

50 GND -

-

-

Table 18 Daughter board extension connector CN2

Pin Description Alternative How to disconnect with function block

Function on STM3220F-EVAL board

1 GND - -

5 PA5 ULPI_CLK

7 PA7 MII_RX_DV Remove RS2, JP8 open

19 GND - -

37 PH9 DCMI_D0

39 GND -

Remove camera module from CN15

-

2 APP_VCC -

4 PA4 Audio_DAC_O

UT

Remove R115

6 PA6 DCMI_PIXCK Remove camera module from CN15

10 GND - -

14 PF11 OTG_FS_Over current

Remove R15

30 GND - -

38

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Disconnect Motor Control board from CN5

DCMI_D2 &MC Remove camera module from CN15

Disconnect Motor Control board from CN5

Table 19 Daughter board extension connector CN3

Pin Description Alternative

Function

How to disconnect with function block on STM3220F-EVAL board

1 GND - -

5 PH15 SmartCard_3/5

V & MC

7 PH13 MicroSDCard_ defect & MC

Disconnect Motor Control board from CN5

Remove MicroSD card from CN6

Disconnect Motor Control board from CN5

Reset -

15 PA9 VBUS_FS

17 PC9 MicroSDCard_

D1 & MC

SmartCard_IO

23 PG7 SmartCard_CL

K

-

Remove USB cable from CN8

Remove R18

Remove MicroSD card from CN6

Disconnect Motor Control board from CN5

-

39 GND -

CAN2_TX

-

45 NC

MC

-

2 PI2 IO_Expandor_I

NT

Disconnect Motor Control board from CN5

-

-

-

Remove R136

MC

10 GND -

Disconnect Motor Control board from CN5

-

18 PC8 MicroSDCard_

D0 & MC

Remove MicroSD card from CN6

Disconnect Motor Control board from CN5

30 GND - -

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44 NC

46 NC

-

-

-

-

-

- 50 GND -

Table 20 Daughter board extension connector CN4

Pin Description Alternative How to disconnect with function block

Function on STM3220F-EVAL board

1 GND - -

MC Disconnect Motor Control board from CN5

MC JP4 open

MC Disconnect Motor Control board from CN5

15 PB4 TRST -

17 PG15 User button Remove R150

19 GND -

21 PG12 SmartCard_C

-

Remove R128

23 PG10

MDVCC

FSMC_NE3 Remove LCD board MB785 from CN19

31 PD2 MicroSDCard_

CMD

-

CAN1_RX

35 PC11 MicroSDCard_

D3 &

RS232/IrDA_R

X

JP22 open

Remove MicroSD card from CN6

37 PA15 TDI -

39 GND - -

MC Disconnect Motor Control board from CN5

& MC Disconnect Motor Control board from CN5

10 GND - -

14 PB5 ULPI_D7

CAN2_RX

26 PD6 FSMC_NWAIT R54

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30 GND -

CAN1_TX

34 PC12 MicroSDCard_

CLK

36 PC10 MicroSDCard_

D2 &

RS232/IrDA_T

X

-

Remove MicroSD card from CN6

Remove MicroSD card from CN6

40 PI3 I2S_DIN

Note: The 0ohm resister will added on PCB rev.B for PI11(ULPI_DIR), PA5(ULPI_CLK) &

PH4(ULPI_NXT) usage on daughter board. For ULPI[0..7], it’s in input status for PHY

USB3300 by default, so, 0ohm resister is not needed, TBC.

2.2 Motor control connector CN5

Figure 6 Motor Control connector CN5

33 31 29 27 25 23 21 19 17 15 13 11 9 7 5 3 1

34 32 30 28 26 24 22 20 18 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2

Table 21 Motor Control connector CN5

STM32F207IFT6

Pin number of CN17

Pin number of CN17

Viewed from above PCB

Pin of

STM32F207IFT6

Description

EMERGENCY

STOP

PWM-UH PI5

PWM-UL PH

PWM-VH PI6

PWM-VL PH14

PWM-WH PI7

PWM-WL PH15

2 GND

3 4

5 6

7 8

9 10

11 12

13 14 PF6

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

BUS

VOLTAGE

GND PHASE A

CURRENT

PHASE B

CURRENT

PHASE C

CURRENT

NTC BYPASS

RELAY

DISSIPATIVE

BRAKE PWM

+5V power +5V 25 26 PF7

GND

GND

GND

GND

Heatsink

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PFC SYNC

PFC PWM

Encoder A

Encoder B

PH10 and PH11 27

PH12

PB8

PD13

29

31

33

28

30

32

34 PC9 temperature

VDD_Micro

GND

GND

Encoder

Index

2.3 MicroSD connector CN6

Figure 7 MicroSD connector CN6

Viewed from front

Table 22 MicroSD connector CN6

Pin number Description

1 SDIO_D2 (PC11)

3 SDIO_CMD (PD2)

4 +3V3

2.4 Ethernet RJ45 connector CN7

Figure 8 Ethernet RJ45 connector CN7

Pin number

5

7

Description

SDIO_CLK (PC12)

SDIO_D0 (PC9)

Viewed from front

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1

3

5

7

Table 23 RJ45 connector CN7

Pin number Description

TxData+

RxData+

Shield

Shield

Pin number

2

4

6

8

2.5 USB OTG FS Micro-AB connector CN8

Figure 9 USB OTG FS Micro-AB connector CN8

Description

TxData-

Shield

RxData-

Shield

Viewed from front

Table 24 USB OTG FS Micro-AB connector CN8

Pin number Description Pin number Description

1 VBUS (PA9) 4 ID (PA10)

3 D+

2.6 USB OTG HS Micro-AB connector CN9

Figure 10 USB OTG HS Micro-AB connector CN9

Viewed from front

Table 25 USB OTG HS Micro-AB connector CN9

Pin number Description Pin number Description

1 VBUS

2 D-

3 D+

4 ID

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2.7 CAN D-type 9-pins male connector CN10(CAN2) &

CN12(CAN1)

Figure 11 CAN D-type 9-pins male connector CN10 (CAN2) & CN12 (CAN1)

Viewed from front

Table 26 CAN D-type 9-pins male connector CN10 (CAN2) & CN12 (CAN1)

Pin number Description Pin number Description

1,4,8,9 NC

2 CANL

7 CANH

2.8 Audio connector CN11

A 3.5mm Stereo audio jack CN11 with plug-detection feature connected to audio DAC is available on STM3220F-EVAL board.

2.9 Trace debugging connector CN13

Figure 12 Trace debugging connector CN13

19 17 15 13 11 9 7 5 3 1

20 18 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2

Viewed from above PCB

Table 27 Trace debugging connector CN13

Pin number Description Pin number

Description

3 GND

5 GND

7 KEY

9 GND

11 GND

13 GND

15 GND

17 GND

19 GND

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2.10 JTAG debugging connector CN14

Figure 13 JTAG debugging connector CN14

19 17 15 13 11 9 7 5 3 1

20 18 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2

Table 28 JTAG debugging connector CN14

Pin number Description Pin number

2 1 3.3V power

3 PB4

5 PA15

7 PA13

9 PA14

11 RTCK

13 PB3

15 RESET#

17 DBGRQ

19 DBGACK

2.11 Camera module connector CN15

Figure 14 Camera module connector CN15

Viewed from above PCB

Description

3.3V power

Viewed from front

Table 29 Camera module connector CN15

Pin number Description

1 DGND

2 DGND

Pin number Description

5 SIO_C (PB6)

6 RESET

7 VSYNC (PI5)

8 PWDN

17

19

PCLK (PA6)

Y0 (PH9)

10 DVDD Y2(PH11)

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12 Y7(PI7)

2.12 RS232 connector CN16

Figure 15 RS232 connector CN16 with ISP support

Table 30 RS232 connector CN16 with ISP support

Pin number Description Pin number

Viewed from front

Description

4 NC

5 GND

2.13 Analog input connector CN17

Figure 16 Analog input connector CN17

1

1

2

5

4

3

Viewed from bottom

Table 31 Analog input connector CN17

Pin number Description Pin number

Description

1 GND

2 GND

3 GND

5 Analog input PF8

2.14 Power connector CN18

Your STM3220F-EVAL evaluation board can be powered from a DC 5V power supply via the external power supply jack (CN18) shown in Figure17 . The central pin of CN18 must be positive.

Figure 17 Power supply connector CN18

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DC +5V

GND

Viewed from front

2.15 TFT LCD connector CN19

One 34-pin male header CN19 is available on the board to connect LCD module board

MB785. Please refer to chapter 1.20

for detail.

2.16 Smart card connector CN20

Figure 18 Smart card connector CN20

1 2 3 4

17 18

5 6 7 8

Viewed from front

Table 32 Smart card connector CN20

Pin number number

1 VCC

2 RST

3 CLK

4 NC

17 Detection pin of card presence 18 Detection pin of card presence

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3. Known limitations and bugs on PCB rev A

• When using MB760 adapter to connect the board to the STice some precautions need to be considered to avoid short-circuits between MB760 PCB and the daughter boards connectors CN2, CN3 and CN4 pins. An adhesive strip on bottom side of

MB760 used as isolation may be damaged when the MB687 (flexPCB) is plugged on

MB760 J2 connector. To avoid this issue it strongly recommended to connect first the

MB687 to MB760 then to screw MB760 to MCU socket on evaluation board (MB786).

• On Mother board (MB786) Sheet 1 & 4 PB6 and PB9 are named respectively

I2C2_SCL and I2C2_SDA. Actually PB6 and PB9 alternate function are on I2C1

• DCD signal on RS232 connector is connected to board RESET for bootloader applications. It is not possible to disconnect this signal from RESET directly on the board so when using RS232 interface the host need to maintain DCD signal low or the corresponding pin needs to be disconnected on RS232 cable or connector.

• BOOT0 and BOOT1 switches are swapped on the silkscreen.

• Joystick is rotated by 180° compared to signals names on the schematic. Therefore a workaround is needed in the software to swap up with down and right with left signals.

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4. Schematic

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Appendix A STM3220F-EVAL IO Assignment

Pin Name STM3220F-EVAL IO Assignment

1 PE2

2 PE3

3 PE4

4 PE5

5 PE6

6 VBAT

TRACE_CLK / FSMC_A23

VBAT

7

8

PI8- ANTI

TAMP2

PC13-

ANTI_TAMP

9 PC14-OSC32_IN

IDD_CNT_EN

ANTI-TAMPER_BUTTON

10

32K_OSC

PC15-

OSC32_OUT 32K_OSC

11 PI9 LED2

12 PI10

13 PI11

14 VSS_13

15 VDD_13

16 PF0

17 PF1

18 PF2

19 PF3

20 PF4

21 PF5

ETHER_RX_ER

USB_HS_DIR

FSMC_A0

FSMC_A1

FSMC_A2

FSMC_A3

FSMC_A4

FSMC_A5

22 VSS_5

23 VDD_5

24

25

PF6

PF7

26

27

PF8

PF9

28 PF10

29 PH0 - OSC_IN

30 PH1 - OSC_OUT

31 NRST

32 PC0

33 PC1

34 PC2

35 PC3

36 VDD_12

37 VSSA

38 VREF+

39 VDDA

40 PA0-WKUP

41 PA1

42 PA2

43 PH2

44 PH3

MC_ADC3_4 pin 14 (Busvoltage) / SmartCard_OFF

MC_ADC3_4 pin 26 (Heatsinktemp) / SmartCard_RESET

MC_ADC3_6 pin 15 (Current A) / BNC

MC_ADC3_7 pin 17 (Current B) / ADC13_IDD_Measure

MC_ADC3_8 pin 19 (Current C)

OSC_IN

OSC_OUT

RESET_BUTTON

USB_HS_STP

ETHER_MDC

ETHER_TXD2 / POTENTIOMETER

ETHER_TX_CLK

WAKEUP_BUTTON

ETHER_RX_CLK

ETHER_MDIO

ETHER_CRS

ETHER_COL

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45 PH4

46 PH5

47 PA3

48 VSS_4

49 VDD_4

50 PA4

51 PA5

52 PA6

53 PA7

54 PC4

55 PC5

56 PB0

57 PB1

58 PB2

59 PF11

60 PF12

61 VSS6

62 VDD_6

63 PF13

64 PF14

65 PF15

66 PG0

67 PG1

68 PE7

69 PE8

70 PE9

71 VSS_7

72 VDD_7

73 PE10

74 PE11

75 PE12

76 PE13

77 PE14

78 PE15

79 PB10

80 PB11

81 VCAP1

82 VDD_1

83 PH6

84 PH7

85 PH8

86 PH9

87 PH10

88 PH11

89 PH12

90 VSS_14

91 VDD_14

92 PB12

93 PB13

94 PB14

95 PB15

96 PD8

97 PD9

98 PD10

99 PD11

USB_HS_NXT

USB_FS_POWER_ON

USB_HS_D0

Audio_DAC_OUT

USB_HS_CK

CAM_PIXCK

ETHER_DV

ETHER_RXD0

ETHER_RXD1

USB_HS_D1

USB_HS_D2

BOOT1 /

USB_FS_OVERCURRENT

FSMC_A6

FSMC_A7

FSMC_A8

FSMC_A9

FSMC_A10

FSMC_A11

FSMC_D4

FSMC_D5

FSMC_D6

FSMC_D7

FSMC_D8

FSMC_D9

FSMC_D10

FSMC_D11

FSMC_D12

USB_HS_D3

ULPI_D4

ETHER_RXD2

ETHER_RXD3

CAM_HSYNC / MC_NTC_bypass

CAM_D0

CAM_D1 / MC_TIM5_ETR pin 27 (PFC SYNC)

CAM_D2 / MC_TIM3_CH2 pin 27 (PFCSYNC)

CAM_D3 / TIM5_CH3 pin 29 (PFCPWM)

ULPI_D5

ETHER_INT

OneNAND_INT

FSMC_D13

FSMC_D14

FSMC_D15

FSMC_A16

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100 PD12

101 PD13

102 VSS_8

103 VDD_8

104 PD14

105 PD15

106 PG2

107 PG3

108 PG4

109 PG5

110 PG6

111 PG7

112 PG8

113 VSS_9

114 VDD_9

115 PC6

116 PC7

117 PC8

118 PC9

119 PA8

120 PA9

121 PA10

122 PA11

123 PA12

124 PA13

125 VCAP2

126 VSS 2

127 VDD_2

128 PH13

129

130

PH14

PH15

131 PI0

132 PI1

133 PI2

134 PI3

135 VSS_15

136 VDD_15

137 PA14

138 PA15

139

140

PC10

PC11

141 PC12

142 PD0

143 PD1

144 PD2

145 PD3

146 PD4

147 PD5

148 VSS_10

149 VDD_10

150 PD6

151 PD7

152 PG9

153 PG10

154 PG11

FSMC_A17

MC_TIM4_CH2 pin 33 (EnB)

FSMC_D0

FSMC_D1

FSMC_A12

FSMC_A13

FSMC_A14

FSMC_A15

LED0

SmartCard_CK

LED1

SmartCard_IO / Audio_I2S_ MCK

LED3

SDIO_D0/ MC_TIM3_CH3 pin23 (Dissipative Brake)

SDIO_D1 / MC_TIM5_CH3 pin 34 (Index)

MCO

USB_FS_VBUS

USB_FS_ID

USB_FS_DM

USB_FS_DP

JTAG_TMS

MC_TIM8_CH1N pin 5 (UL) / Usdcard detect

CAM_D4 / MC_TIM8_CH2N pin 9 (VL)

MC_TIM8_CH3N pin 13 (WL) / SmartCard_3/5V

Audio_I2S_WS

Audio_I2S_CK

Expander_INT

Audio_I2S_DOUT

JTAG_TCK

JTAG_TDI

SDIO_D2 / RS232_TX

SDIO_D3 / RS232_RX

SDIO_CK

SDIO_CMD

FSMC_CLK

FSMC_NOE

FSMC_NWE

FSMC_NWAIT

FSMC_NE1

FSMC_NE2

FSMC_NE3

ETHER_TXEN

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155 PG12

156 PG13

157 PG14

158 VSS_11

159 VDD_11

160 PG15

161 PB3

162 PB4

163 PB5

164 PB6

165 PB7

166 BOOT0

167 PB8

168 PB9

169 PE0

170 PE1

171 VSS_3

172 VDD_3

173

174

175

176

PI4

PI5

PI6

PI7

SmartCard_CMDVCC

ETHER_TXD0

ETHER_TXD1

USER_BUTTON

JTAG_TDO

JTAG_TRST

CAN2_RX / ETHER_PPS_OUT / ULPI_D7

I2C1_SCL

FSMC_NL

BOOT0

ETHER_TXD3 / MC_TIM4_CH3 pin 31 (EnA)

I2C1_SDA

FSMC_NBL0

FSMC_NBL1

CAM_D5 / MC_TIM8_BKIN pin 1 (Stop)

CAM_VSYNC / MC_TIM8_CH1 pin 3 (UH)

CAM_D6 / MC_TIM8_CH2 pin 7 (VH)

CAM_D7 / MC_TIM8_CH3 pin 11 (WH)

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Appendix B Document Revision History

Table Document Revision History

Date Version Revision Details

09,Apr.2009

0.1

First version

28,May.2009

0.2

Updated after review and completed with PCB rev A known limitations

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