Pinout with functions

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Pinout with functions

Post by strawberrymaker » Wed Apr 29, 2015 4:28 pm

Hello :)
Did someone already a pinout picture for the chip with its capability(i2c, spi, pwm etc)?
For this board(or generally the chip itself):
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Thanks for help :)

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Re: Pinout with functions

Post by RogerClark » Thu Apr 30, 2015 1:14 am

The pinout is basically same as the Maple mini

I'll try to convert the table from that page int something that can be used in a sticky on the forum, but is a bit complicated as I have to convert all the tags

http://leaflabs.com/docs/hardware/maple-mini.html

This may work, or it may come out as gibberish ;-)

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Pin		GPIO		ADC		Timer		I2C		UART		SPI		5 V?
D0		PB11		*		*			2_SDA	3_RX			*		Yes
D1		PB10		*		*			2_SCL	3_TX			*		Yes
D2		PB2		*		*			*		*			*		Yes
D3		PB0		CH8		3_CH3		*		*			*		*
D4		PA7		CH7		3_CH2		*		*			1_MOSI	*
D5		PA6		CH6		3_CH1		*		*			1_MISO	*
D6		PA5		CH5		*			*		*			1_SCK	*
D7		PA4		CH4		*			*		2_CK			1_NSS	*
D8		PA3		CH3		2_CH4		*		2_RX			*		*
D9		PA2		CH2		2_CH3		*		2_TX			*		*
D10		PA1		CH1		2_CH2		*		2_RTS		*		*
D11		PA0		CH0		2_CH1_ETR	*		2_CTS		*		*
D12		PC15		*		*			*		*			*		*
D13		PC14		*		*			*		*			*		*
D14		PC13		*		*			*		*			*		*
D15		PB7		*		4_CH2		1_SDA	*			*		Yes
D16		PB6		*		4_CH1		2_SCL	*			*		Yes
D17		PB5		*		*			1_SMBA	*			*		*
D18		PB4		*		*			*		*			*		Yes
D19		PB3		*		*			*		*			*		Yes
D20		PA15		*		*			*		*			*		Yes
D21		PA14		*		*			*		*			*		Yes
D22		PA13		*		*			*		*			*		Yes
D23		PA12		*		1_ETR		*		1_RTS		*		Yes
D24		PA11		*		1_CH4		*		1_CTS		*		Yes
D25		PA10		*		1_CH3		*		1_RX			*		Yes
D26		PA9		*		1_CH2		*		1_TX			*		Yes
D27		PA8		*		1_CH1		*		1_CK			*		Yes
D28		PB15		*		*			*		*			2_MOSI	Yes
D29		PB14		*		*			*		3_RTS		2_MISO	Yes
D30		PB13		*		*			*		3_CTS		2_SCK	Yes
D31		PB12		*		1_BKIN		2_SMBA	3_CK			2_NSS	Yes
D32		PB8		*		4_CH3		*		*			*		Yes
Its very hard to get it to line up :-(

Perhaps I should put in code BBTags for preformatted

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Re: Pinout with functions

Post by strawberrymaker » Thu Apr 30, 2015 4:28 am

Thanks :)
Gonna try to make some Pictures with the io-pins, bit in the style of those arduino pinout pictures ^^

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Re: Pinout with functions

Post by ahull » Thu Apr 30, 2015 9:30 am

Something like this?
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...or this...
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Re: Pinout with functions

Post by mrbwa1 » Thu Apr 30, 2015 2:23 pm

RogerClark wrote:The pinout is basically same as the Maple mini

I'll try to convert the table from that page int something that can be used in a sticky on the forum, but is a bit complicated as I have to convert all the tags

http://leaflabs.com/docs/hardware/maple-mini.html
If someone can be me a good photo of the generic boards they are using (higher resolution than what is posted on eBay), I should be able to put together pin map photos. Whenever my Maple Mini Clone STM32F103BT6 boards come in, I can do the same for them since the link is actually for that board.

Once I get some photos, it'll take some time to get the pin maps lined up, but it should just be a function of having an evening or two to set it all up.

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Re: Pinout with functions

Post by strawberrymaker » Thu Apr 30, 2015 6:49 pm

mrbwa1 wrote:
RogerClark wrote:The pinout is basically same as the Maple mini

I'll try to convert the table from that page int something that can be used in a sticky on the forum, but is a bit complicated as I have to convert all the tags

http://leaflabs.com/docs/hardware/maple-mini.html
If someone can be me a good photo of the generic boards they are using (higher resolution than what is posted on eBay), I should be able to put together pin map photos. Whenever my Maple Mini Clone STM32F103BT6 boards come in, I can do the same for them since the link is actually for that board.

Once I get some photos, it'll take some time to get the pin maps lined up, but it should just be a function of having an evening or two to set it all up.
Made an digital Version of the Board. May you want to use that one? ^^
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Re: Pinout with functions

Post by mrbwa1 » Thu Apr 30, 2015 7:41 pm

That'll work. Now to find some time to dig into it... I'll get a start and post the partial to see if people like it. :ugeek:

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Re: Pinout with functions

Post by zoomx » Fri May 01, 2015 7:59 am

Here are photo of my board
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I believe that there are other versions of this cheap board.
Some has bigger LDO and capacitors underneath
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others stlink pins doesn't cover the pin writing like in mine.
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Re: Pinout with functions

Post by strawberrymaker » Fri May 01, 2015 9:31 am

Thanks. Im making again a picture in the same style AS posted before. But i Have no idea how to add the naming for the Pins. Its too much work in Photoshop.

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Re: Pinout with functions

Post by mrbwa1 » Fri May 01, 2015 2:51 pm

I'll try and spend some time with it this weekend. I know a few tricks to get things labeled. The first one will be time consuming, but I can set it up so that doing additional boards is a matter of swapping out the photo and moving around the pin names, so it'll be pretty quick. Once I get some posted, we will probably want to start noting any board markings identifying variants (logos, websites, pins covering writing, color, etc).

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