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The STM32U5A9J-DK Discovery kit is a complete demonstration and development platform for the STM32U5A9NJH6Q microcontroller, featuring an Arm® Cortex®‑M33 core with Arm® TrustZone®.
Leveraging the innovative ultra-low‑power oriented features, 2.5 Mbytes of embedded SRAM, 4 Mbytes of embedded flash memory, and rich graphics features, the STM32U5A9J-DK Discovery kit enables users to easily prototype applications with state-of-the-art energy efficiency, as well as providing stunning and optimized graphics rendering with the support of the 2.5D NeoChrom Accelerator, Chrom-ART Accelerator, and Chrom-GRC MMU.
The full range of hardware features available on the board helps users to enhance their application development by an evaluation of all the peripherals such as a 2.47‑inch RGB 480×480 pixels TFT round LCD module with MIPI DSI® interface and capacitive touch panel, USB Type-C® HS, Octo‑SPI flash memory device, Hexadeca‑SPI PSRAM memory device, eMMC flash memory device, Time-of-Flight and gesture detection sensor, temperature sensor, and two 2.54 mm pitch double-row flexible expansion connectors for easy prototyping with daughterboards for specific applications (USART, LPUART, two SPIs, SAI, three I2C, SDMMC, ADCs, timers, and GPIOs).
The STM32U5A9J-DK Discovery kit integrates an STLINK-V3E embedded in-circuit debugger and programmer for the STM32 microcontroller with a USB Virtual COM port bridge and comes with the STM32CubeU5 MCU Package, which provides an STM32 comprehensive software HAL library as well as various software examples.
• Discovery Board STM32U5A9NJH6Q
• 2.47" RGB 480×480 pixels TFT round LCD module
|Begin enrollment||July 11, 2023|
|End enrollment||Aug 24, 2023|
|Select roadtesters||Aug 25, 2023|
|Ship unit||Aug 30 2023|
|Begin roadtesting||Sept 5 2023|
|element14 follow up||Oct 5 2023|
|Post reviews by||Nov 5 2023|
Where are you located? I see price a around 90 USD on newark.com and on my local (Czech) farnell store it is also priced less than equivalent of 100 USD. I think that when price under 100 USD, it is good price for board featuring one of the most versatile and advanced MCU on the world, round display, large internal and external memory, sensors and few other parts.
I don't have the skills to road test this properly, maybe I should just buy it? [checks BUY NOW] Hmmm at $145, hard to justify without a project to use it in.
Mind you, it reminds me of those M5-Stack modules. Add a battery and case, maybe even try interfacing to M5stack module peripherals. Hmm...
The large amount of memory opens up some bigger software possibilities or lots of graphics.
This card with graphics absolutely blows me out of the water. I voted no to RoadTest tho merely because I would need alot of help to learn how to use it.