emSBC-Neon-CM7 Developer Kit Headless
The emSBC-Neon-CM7 Developer kit is a low-cost development kit including an emSTAMP-Neon module (with ST STM32F769NI microcontroller) in a form factor reminiscent of the famous Arduino Mega development kit. This kit allows for rapid prototyping and includes a number of interfaces to make the most of the emSTAMP-Neon.
You can find the most common connectors for development such as the JTAG ARM for Debugging and the 6pin connector for a USB cable / FTDI series.
In terms of connectivity, the emSTAMP-Neon Developer kit has compatibility with all Arduino expansion modules to build fast and inexpensive prototypes.
There is also an Ethernet connector and a USB host and device. It is also possible to use a micro SD card. Finally, the baseboard is equipped with an LCD connector for the Glyn EDT LCD range.
FreeRTOS can be installed by you with no additional costs, allowing you to start directly your evaluation and development on this module.
- Microcontroller module: emSTAMP-Neon-CM7 with ST STM32F769NI microcontroller (up to 180 MHz), 32 MB RAM und 16 MB QSPI NOR Flash
- Operating System: FreeRTOS, optionally μClinux
|emSTAMP-Neon Hardware Manual||Hardware Manual Microcontroller Module||
|emSTAMP-Neon Software Manual Developer Kit||Software Manual Developer Kit emSTAMP-Neon||
|emSBC-Neon Hardware Manual||Hardware Manual emSBC-Neon||
|STM32 Pinmux Release emSTAMP-Neon CM769||Project File for STM32CubeMX||
- emSTAMP-Neon on carrierboard
- optionally with power-supply, with pre-installed OS
- Arduino compatible connector for extension boards
- USB-Host, Ethernet
- CAN at extension connector
- size: 55x115mm
|Running straight into _Error_Handler() after compiling the PinMux example|