Development Board STR712 ARM (Sale)

**Replacement: **None. We do not have a direct replacement for this board. This page is for reference only.

Development Board for the STR712 ARM7.

STR712FR2T6 16/32 bit ARM7TDMI™ with 256K Bytes Program Flash, 64K Bytes RAM, CAN, RTC, 12 bit ADC, 4x UARTs, 2x I2C,2x SPI, 5x 32bit TIMERS, 2x PWM, 2x CCR, WDT, up to 50MHz operation * Standard JTAG connector with ARM 2x10 pin layout for programming/debugging with ARM-JTAG * CAN connector * RS232 interface and driver * Buttons * Status LED * UEXT - 10 pin extension connector for Olimex addon peripherials like MP3, RF2.4Ghz, RFID etc. modules * On board voltage regulator 3.3V with up to 800mA current * Single power supply: 6V AC or DC required * Power supply LED * Power supply filtering capacitor * Reset circuit * Reset button * 4MHz crystal oscillator * 32.768kHz crystal and RTC backup battery connector * Extension headers for all uC ports * PCB: FR-4, 1.5 mm (0.062"), soldermask, silkscreen component print

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  • MCU:
  • 100 x 90 mm (3.93 x 3.54")


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  • What I exactly need to program this board?
    1. (HW) Development Board STR712 ARM
    2. (HW) JTAG Programmer/Debugger for ARM processors
    3. (SW) CodeSourcery GCC toolchain
    4. My PC
    5. ???

  • reemrevnivek:

    This has ample room for a C program. You'll want to use the free CodeSourcery GCC toolchain.
    I've ordered the board; it's too good a deal to pass up. It hasn't arrived. The Codesourcery docs for the EABI free package say I'll need a linker script, which they don't include for this board. Is one available, or can I create one, or is there another technique that doesn't require one?

  • Can this be programmed in C or does it need to be assembly? Any "Getting Started" guide. I've done some Arduino and PIC stuff and want to move up in power. Is this a good place to start?

    • This has ample room for a C program. You'll want to use the free CodeSourcery GCC toolchain.
      The ARM7TDMI on this board has been one of the most popular ARM chips for a long time now, but it's being phased out in favor of the Cortex-M3 line. There will be lots of support available, it'll just be a few years old.
      This is a fantastic place to start, especially at this price!

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