Support for the Alientek Pandora board. More...
Support for the Alientek Pandora board.
The Alientek Pandora is a development board manufactured jointly by Alientek and RT-Thread company. It is based on STM32L475VET6 and have on-board LCD, SD card and WiFi access. Users may connect to its on board ST-Link 2.1 compatible debugger to flash or debug.
Documents of this board are available on its Alientek official website. It may require a translation software to read it in English. Additional resources may be found on RT-Thread bsp support page.
To flash the board, use the on board ST-Link programmer/debugger. Input the following command:
make BOARD=alientek-pandora -C examples/hello-world flash
The NRST pin is connected to the on board debugger, so users do not need to reset manually every time it requires to flash.
If the operating system raised a fault, users may manually reset the chip by pressing the reset button. This button has a black color and is located between the four keys and the LED light.
STDIO is connected to pins PA9 (TX) and PA10 (RX). Before you begin, check that the both the jumper caps marked as 'USART1' is connected.
term target to open a terminal:
make BOARD=alientek-pandora -C examples/hello-world term
An on-board ST-Link compatible debugger is used to transport serial STDIO message.
|Board specific definitions for the Alientek Pandora board. |
|Board specific configuration of direct mapped GPIOs. |
|Peripheral MCU configuration for the Alientek Pandora board. |