ST STLINK-V3 modular in-circuit debugger and programmer for STM8 and STM32
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The STLINK-V3SET is a modular stand-alone debugging and programming probe for the STM8 and STM32 microcontrollers. It is composed of a main module and a complementary adapter board.
STLINK-V3 modular in-circuit debugger and programmer for STM32/STM8
The SWIM and JTAG/SWD interfaces are used to communicate with any STM8 or STM32 microcontroller located on an application board.
The STLINK-V3SET also provides a Virtual COM port interface allowing the host PC to communicate with the target microcontroller through one UART, and bridge interfaces (SPI, I2C, CAN, GPIOs) allowing for instance the programming of the target through the bootloader.
The STLINK-V3SET can provide a second Virtual COM port interface allowing the host PC to communicate with the target microcontroller through another UART (called bridge UART). Bridge UART signals, including optional RTS and CTS, are available on adapter board only (MB1440). The second Virtual COM port activation is done through a reversible firmware update, which also disables the mass storage interface (used for drag-and-drop flash programming).
The modular architecture of STLINK-V3SET enables to extend its main features through additional modules such as the adapter board.
- Stand-alone probe with modular extensions
- Self-powered through a USB connector (Micro-B)
- USB 2.0 high-speed compatible interface
- Direct firmware update support (DFU)
- JTAG / serial wire debugging (SWD) specific features:
- 3 to 3.6 V application voltage support and 5 V tolerant inputs
- Flat cables STDC14 to MIPI10 / STDC14 / MIPI20 (connectors with 1.27 mm pitch)
- JTAG communication support
- SWD and serial wire viewer (SWV) communication support
- SWIM specific features (only available with adapter board MB1440):
- 1.65 to 5.5 V application voltage support
- SWIM header (2.54 mm pitch)
- SWIM low-speed and high-speed modes support
- Virtual COM port (VCP) specific features:
- 3 to 3.6 V application voltage support on the UART interface and 5 V tolerant inputs
- VCP frequency up to 15 MHz
- Available on STDC14 debug connector (not available on MIPI10)
- Multi-path bridge USB to SPI/UART/I2C/CAN/GPIOs specific features:
- 3 to 3.6 V application voltage support and 5 V tolerant inputs
- Signals available on adapter board only (MB1440)
- Drag-and-drop flash programming of binary files
- Two-color LEDs: communication, power
All functions have been designed for high performance: all signals are 3.3-volt compatible except the SWIM protocol, which supports a voltage range from 1.65 V to 5.5 V. The following description concerns the two boards MB1441 and MB1440 and indicates where to find the functions on the boards and connectors. The main module for high performance only includes the MB1441 board. The adapter configuration for added functions includes both the MB1441 and MB1440 boards.
SWD with SWV
SWD protocol is a Debug/Program protocol used for STM32 microcontrollers with SWV as a trace. The signals are 3.3-volt compatible and can perform up to 24 MHz. This function is available on MB1441.CN1 and MB1440.CN1.CN2.CN6
JTAG protocol is a Debug/Program protocol used for STM32 microcontrollers. The signals are 3.3-volt compatible and can perform up to 21 MHz. This function is available on MB1441.CN1 and MB1440.CN1.CN2.
SWIM protocol is a Debug/Program protocol used for STM8 microcontrollers. JP4 and JP6 on the MB1440 board must be ON in order to activate the SWIM protocol. The signals are available on the MB1440.CN4 connector and a voltage range from 1.65 V to 5.5 V is supported.
Virtual COM port (VCP)
The serial interface VCP is directly available as a Virtual COM port of the PC, connected to STLINK-V3SET USB connector CN5. This function can be used for STM32 and STM8 microcontrollers. The signals are 3.3-volt compatible and can perform from 720 bps to 15 Mbps. This function is available on MB1441.CN1 and MB1440.CN1.CN3. T_VCP_RX (or RX) signal is the RX for the target (TX for the STLINK-V3SET), T_VCP_TX (or TX) signal is the TX for the target (RX for the STLINK-V3SET).
The STLINK-V3SET provides a proprietary USB interface allowing the communication with an STM8 or STM32 target with several protocols: SPI, I2C, CAN, UART and GPIOs. This interface may be used to communicate with the target bootloader, but may also be used for customized needs through its public software interface.
All bridge signals can be accessed on CN9 in a simple and easy way by means of wire clips, with the risk that signal quality and performance are lowered, especially for SPI and UART. This depends for instance on the quality of the wires used, on the fact that the wires are shielded or not, and on the layout of the application board.
SPI signals are available on MB1440.CN9 and MB1440.CN8. In order to reach high SPI frequency, it is recommended to use a flat ribbon on MB1440.CN8 with all unused signals tied to ground on target side.
I2C signals are available on MB1440.CN9 and MB1440.CN7. The adapter module also provides optional 680-ohm pull-ups, which can be activated by closing JP10 jumpers. In that case, the target voltage (T_VCC) must be provided to any of the MB1440 connector accepting it (CN1, CN2, CN6, or JP10 jumpers).
CAN logic signals (Rx/Tx) are available on MB1440.CN9, they can be used as input for an external CAN transceiver. It is also possible to connect directly the CAN target signals to MB1440.CN5 (target Tx to CN5.Tx, target Rx to CN5.Rx), provided that:
1.JP7 (CAN ON) is closed
2. CAN voltage is provided to CN5.CAN_VCC
UART signals with hardware flow control (CTS/RTS) are available on MB1440.CN9 and MB1440.CN7. They need a dedicated firmware to be programmed on the main module before being used. With this firmware, a second Virtual COM port is available. The hardware flow control may be activated by physically connecting UART_RTS and/or UART_CTS signals to the target. If not connected, the second virtual COM port works without hardware flow control. Note that the hardware flow control activation/deactivation cannot be configured by software from the host side on a virtual COM port; consequently configuring a parameter related to that on the host application has no effect on the system behavior.
In order to reach high UART frequency, it is recommended to use a flat ribbon on MB1440.CN7 with all unused signals tied to ground on target side.
Four GPIO signals are available on MB1440.CN9 and MB1440.
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- 1 Adet STLINK-V3SET Programlayıcı Plastik Kutulu
- 1 Adet MB1440B Adapter Board
- 1 Adet Plastik Koruma Parçası
- 2 Adet Distans
- 1 Adet Alyan
- 1 Adet 1.27mm 2x5 Pin Kablo
- 1 Adet 1.27mm 2x7 Pin Kablo
- 1 Adet 1.27mm 2x10 Pin Kablo
Not: Ürün içerisinden micro usb bağlantısı çıkmaz. Ayrıca temin etmelisiniz.