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STM32Butterfly

Description

STM32 Butterfly is simple evaluation board equipped with STM32 Connectivity Line microcontroller.

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Introduction

STM32 Butterfly is versatile evaluation board designed for development of applications with STM32F107 microcontrollers (``Connectivity Line`` family). It can also be used as educational board for learning of ARM Cortex-M3 based microcontrollers programming.

Features
  • STM32F107VBT6 (LQFP100) microcontroller (128kB Flash, 48kB SRAM, 2xSPI, 1xI2C, 5xUART, USB-OTG, 2xCAN, MAC Ethernet, ADC, 2xDAC)
  • 5-position joystick
  • 2 LEDs
  • 20-pin JTAG connector for programming/debugging
  • USB On-the-go socket
  • Built-in USB power switch
  • 24 GPIO lines
  • Connector for PHY module (ZL2ETH)
  • I2C connector
  • SPI connector
  • Optional 32.768kHz generator
  • Jumpers for boot memory selection
  • Connector for current consumption measurement
  • Powered from USB


Standard equipment
Code Description
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  • Assembled board with STM32F107VBT6 microcontroller


Schematics
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Power supply

STM32Butterfly board can be powered from the USB port of your PC (Con2 connector). LED D1 indicates power supply. Board is equipped with +3,3V voltage regulator. +3.3V voltage is available on GPIO pin headers, +5V is available on SPI (Con6) and I2C (Con7) connectors. Microcontroller power supply is connected via JP6 jumper (Imeas), that can be used to measure current consumption


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Joystick

STM32Butterfly is equipped with 5-position joystick. Each position has pull-up resistor. Joystick lines are connected to 8...12 lines of port E.


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Ethernet interface

STM32Butterfly has connector for PHY Ethernet module (for example ZL2ETH with STE100P). JP3/MDInt jumper allows connection of PHY module interrupt line to microcontroller 13 line of port D.


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LEDs

STM32Butterfly is equipped with two LEDs (D2 and D3). They can be lit on with low logic level on GPIO 14 and 15 lines of port of port E.


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I2C connector

STM32Butterfly is equipped with Con7/I2C connector for external devices with I2C interface. SCL and SDA lines do not have pull-up resistors.


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SPI connector

STM32Butterfly is equipped with Con6/SPI connector for external devices with SPI interface. SPI lines do not have pull-up resistors.


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USB On-the-go connector

STM32Butterfly is equipped with USB On-the-go port with USB-A socket. Current consumption of USB device connected to board cannot exceed 500 mA.


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ZBOOT jumpers

STM32Butterfly is equipped with BOOT0 and BOOT1 jumpers that allow selection of boot memory.


BOOT0 BOOT1 Boot mode
0 x Boot from Flash
1 0 Boot from system memory (bootloader)
1 1 Boot from embedded RAM


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I/O pin headers

STM32Butterfly is equipped with three 10-pin IDC headers with microcontroller GPIO lines (PC4...11, PD0...7 and PE0...7).


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JTAG connector

STM32Butterfly is equipped with Con5/JTAG connector for Flash programming/debugging with JTAG interface (for example ZL30PRG).


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ZL30PRG JTAG interface


Optional 32.768kHz generator

STM32Butterfly can be optionally equipped with 32.768 kHz generator and two 10pF capacitors.


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