STM32F405RGT6 USB IO Core MicroPython STM32F405 for Python Gravity Acceleration Sensor IOT + Wire
Python is becoming one of the most widely used teaching languages in schools, colleges, and universities. Combine that with IoT and you have a serious learning opportunity.
Now a micro-python is available on a microcontroller.
The MicroPython development board, which is based on the STM32F405 microcontroller, transmits data via the USB interface. The development board has 4 LED lights and an accelerometer, which can work normally between 3.6V-10V. Let Python be able to do geeks, use Python to control hardware, and support Python language development boards.
Onboard STM32F405RG MCU
168 MHz Cortex-M4 CPU with 32-bit hardware floating point
1 MB flash storage, 192 KB RAM
USB port, support serial port, universal storage, HID protocol
SD card slot
MMA76603 Axis Accelerometer
4 LEDs, 1 reset button, 1 universal button
3.3V0.3A onboard LDO can be powered from the USB port or external battery
30 general-purpose IO ports, 28 of which support 5V input and output
2 SPI interfaces, 2 CAN interfaces, 2 I2C interfaces, 5 USART interfaces
14 12-bit ADC pins
2 DAC pins
Board size: 49.4*51.1mm
Board function description:
1, the interface description:
U3: SD card slot
MICRO: USB power port
RST: Reset button
P1-P8: Development Board Expands More Peripheral Interfaces
Instructions for use
We provide detailed instructions for using the development board. Here we will only add the firmware programming method:
First of all, from the information provided to find DfuSe_Demo_V3.0.5 decompression double click, like ordinary software installation, after the completion of DfuSeDemo software, connect the USB cable with the development board's USB port, and connect B0 and 3.3V, you can start programming firmware.
1X MicroPython Development Board
Shipping $2 to most countries via Standard or ePacket: Estimated delivery time 16-26 days Review at checkout.