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mikromedia 7 for STM32F7



Author: MikroElektronika Team

Last Updated: 2017-04-19

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Mikromedia 7 for STM32F7 is a compact development system with lots of on-board peripherals which allow development of devices with multimedia contents.

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mikroC PRO for ARM
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mikromedia 7 for STM32F7

mikromedia 7 for STM32F7

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mikromedia 7 for STM32F7 features :
    Display size    7"
    Resolution    800x480px
    Graphic controller    SSD1963
    Touch Screen    Resistive
    mikroProg for STM32
    Wireless connectivity - Nordic nRF24L01+ transceiver, SPWF01SA WiFi module, IR receiver
    Storage  - 8 Mbit of Serial Flash, microSD card slot
    Sound and Audio - VS1053 MPEG audio decoder, Piezo Buzzer
    Peripherals include - USB OTG connector, Temp. sensor, RTC battery, PIN photosensor,
    Accelerometer, Battery Charger
    Expandability - Two 1x26 headers, mikromedia standard pinout
    Integration - Mounting holes
    Power Supply - 5V (Via USB) or 5-12V DC (via external adapter)

STM32F746ZG microcontroller features :     
    Up to 462 DMIPS Operation (216 MHz)
    1 MB of Flash memory
    320 + 64 KB of SRAM memory
    up to 140 I/O pins
    16/32-bit timers
    16MHz internal oscillator, 32kHz RTCC, PLL
    4xUART, 3xSPI, 3xI2C, 2xCAN, 3xADC, 3XADC etc
    Ethernet, USB etc

Detailed schematic is available here

  Example Notes Additional libraries needed for example :
    - FAT32 
    - Network Wi-Fi
    - Network Ethernet   Before loading example :                            
    - copy Mikromedia_7_for_STM32F7_ARM.xml to <installation_path>\Visual TFT\Board Defs
    - backup your STM32F746ZG.mlk located in <installation_path>\mikroC PRO for ARM\Defs
    - copy STM32F746ZG.mlk to <installation_path>\mikroC PRO for ARM\Defs

Aditional files:

This archive from the below link contains configurations for Visual TFT and clock configuration. Please read the README file that is in the archive for information on how to install them properly.

mikromedia 7 for STM32F7

mikromedia 7 for STM32F7

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