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Mbed enabled Online development tools Drag-and-drop programming USB serial communication On-board programming and debug

The Arch Max v1.1 is an mbed enabled development board, especially for rapid prototyping. It's based on a STM32F407VET6 microcontroller with an ARM Cortex-M4F core running at 168MHz. It provides serial wire debug](SWD) debug, drag-and-drop programming and USB serial communication. It provides a complete and straightforward development document for your projects.

Features

  • mbed¬†enabled

  • Online development tools(include IDE)

  • Complete and straightforward C/C++ SDK

  • Massive examples and tutorials

  • High-performance STM32F407VET6

  • ARM Cortex-M4 MCU with FPU of 168MHz

  • 512 KB Flash memory, 192 KB RAM

  • Onboard programming and debug

  • Drag-and-drop programming

  • USB serial communication

  • SWD debug with GDB+ pyOCD/OpenOCD, Keil or IAR

  • Arduino form factor, compatible with lots of shields

  • Built-in Ethernet port, USB and SD card slot for Internet connectivity and data exchange

Specification

  • Work Voltage: 5V

  • Microcontroller: STM32F407VET6

  • Flash Memory: 512kB

  • RAM: 192kB

  • UART: 4

  • I2C: 3

  • SPI: 3

  • CAN: 2

  • SDIO: 1

  • Camera interface: 1

  • Eth: 1

  • ADC Channels: 8

  • I/O pins: 40

  • Digital I/O Max Input Voltage: 5.0V

  • Diameter: 90mm x 44mm

Technical details

Dimensions 115mm x75mm x25mm
Weight G.W 49g
Battery Exclude

Part List

Arch Max v1.1 1

ECCN/HTS

HSCODE 8471504090
USHSCODE 8471500150

Arch Max v1.1

Wiki of Arch Max v1.1

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Customer Reviews
  1. Good board, but better with mods
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    Some parts are actually not needed:
    - LPC11u35 should be removed, and replaced by a SWD connector to allow connect a ST-Link probe.
    - the yellow, red and blue LEDs should be connected directly to STM32F4
    - the SD slot should be connected to SDIO pins instead of SPI2

    I made some mods to allow programming with Arduino, see: https://stm32duino.com/viewtopic.php?f=39&t=4295

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