Keil MCBSTM32F400 & MCBSTM32F200 Evaluation Board Starter Kits

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Latest STM32 series of ARM Cortex™ -M3 and -M4 processor-based Development Kits

 

We offer complete solutions for embedded system design for all major embedded manufacturers - including a full array of ARM, Cortex-M, and Cortex-R based microcontroller devices, Development Kits and Development Tools. This includes ARM’s DS-5 and Keil’s MDK-ARM suite of Development Tools.

 

The latest Keil Cortex™-M3 based MCBSTM32F200 and Cortex™- M4 based MCBSTM32F400 development kits allow you to generate and test application programs for the STMicroelectronics STM32F207x and STM32F407x microcontroller family and include features like a 3-axis digital Accelerometer & Gyroscope as well a digital camera and microphone. Each kit is also offered as a specially priced bundle that includes a ULINK-ME Debug adapter.

 

Keil MCBSTM32F400 - Evaluation Board Starter kit with the ULINK-ME Debug Adaptor

 

Features:

 

  • 168MHz STM32F407IG ARM Cortex™
  • M4 processor-based MCU in 176-pin BGA On-Chip Memory: 1MB Flash & 192KB RAM External Memory: 8MB NOR Flash,
  • 512MB NAND Flash, 2MB SRAM,
  • 8KB I2C EEPROM with NFC interface 2.4 inch Color QVGA TFT LCD with resistive touchscreen 10/100 Ethernet Port
  • USB 2.0 High Speed - USB, USB-OTG, & USB Host
  • 3-axis digital Accelerometer
  • 3-axis digital Gyroscope
  • Analog Voltage Control for ADC Input (potentiometer)
  • Audio CODEC with Line-In/Out and Speaker/Microphone
  • Digital Microphone
  • Digital VGA Camera
  • ULINK-ME Debug adapter
  • MDK-ARM Lite Edition

 

Keil MCBSTM32F200 - Evaluation Board Starter kit with the ULINK-ME Debug Adaptor

 

Features:

 

  • 120MHz STM32F207IG ARM Cortex™
  • M3 processor-based MCU in 176-pin BGA On-Chip Memory: 1MB Flash & 128KB RAM External Memory: 8MB NOR Flash, 512MB NAND Flash, 2MB SRAM, 8KB I2C EEPROM with NFC interface 2.4 inch Color QVGA TFT LCD with resistive touchscreen
  • 10/100 Ethernet Port
  • USB 2.0 High Speed  - USB, USB-OTG, & USB Host
  • 3-axis digital Accelerometer
  • 3-axis digital Gyroscope
  • Analog Voltage Control for ADC Input (potentiometer)
  • Audio CODEC with Line-In/Out and Speaker/Microphone
  • Digital Microphone
  • Digital VGA Camera
  • ULINK-ME Debug adapter 
  • MDK-ARM Lite Edition

 

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  • Hi Everyone.

     

    Thank you all for applying. This RoadTest is now closed. We are pleased to announce the following members that have been selected to receive a Keil MCBSTM32F400 & MCBSTM32F200 Evaluation Board Starter Kits Road Test:

     

    • Joe Moore
    • Derran Kyle
    • Saurabh Sisodia

     

    Congratulations! Your product will be shipped to the address each of you provided when you applied for this RoadTest. As a reminder, element14 and our supplier partners send these products free-of-charge because we place high value upon your unbiased, detailed product review. Please post your review back here within 3-6 weeks of receiving your item.

     

    For those who were not selected to win this product, we have the Freescale TWR-SO8DC-PT60 Tower System Daughter Card for the 5Volt 8bit MC9SO8P Family Road Test open for applicants

     

    Enroll today and Good Luck!!! 

  • It is not difficult using an MCU with 210 MIPS peaks. I always try to use the potential offered by the various chips, and I like optimize my firmware on the target to achieve.

     

    For example, I have developed and released as Open Source a small MJPEG-Like video player running on the STM32vl-discovery (Cortex M3 - 8Kram-24MHz)
    The decoding process ( Huffman -> Entropy -> Dequantization -> IDCT -> YCrCb to RGB -> Display Output) is performed with an average of 60 clock cycles / pixel.

     

    Do you think, having available on STM32F4 about  3800 clock cycle for each audio sample (168Mhz/44.1Khz), is so difficult to run up to 48 wavetable oscillators ?

  • Nice tune and synth design.   Was that difficult to put together?

  • Raivis Rengelis wrote:

     

     

    if chip has 1MB of flash and MDK-ARM Lite has 32kB code limit, then what is the point?

     

    Well, here's an example of what you can do within that 32K limit:

     

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4JkhzH57Je4

     

    certainly looks like enough to get a good feel for the product!

  • Hi to all,


    I would report my personal opinion on the evaluation version of Keil MDK.

     

    -The IDE (and in particular the compiler) cannot be compared with any other. It is simply the best.

    -The 32K code limit usually is large enough  to evaluate several peripheral running together. Also some medium complexity application can be developed and fitted on 32K, due to the very high performance of the linker that remove all unused code.

    -It include a simulator very helpfull to test and debug non hardware-related code.

    Definitely, this is a true and powerfull evaluation tool, and I suggest to try it.

  • To the person who emailed me.  Stare at the (.) for 15 seconds then blink.

  • Forget my last post, I forgot this is only 2012.  Stare at the (.) for 15 seconds then blink.