STM32 Nucleo-F410RB

Support for the STM32 Nucleo-F410RB. More...

Detailed Description

Support for the STM32 Nucleo-F410RB.

Overview

The Nucleo-F410RB is a board from ST's Nucleo family supporting a ARM Cortex-M4 STM32F410RB microcontroller with 32KiB of RAM and 128KiB of Flash.

Hardware

Nucleo64 F410RB

MCU

MCU STM32F410RBT
Family ARM Cortex-M4
Vendor ST Microelectronics
RAM 32KiB
Flash 128KiB
Frequency up to 100MHz
FPU yes
Timers 9 (2x watchdog, 1x SysTick, 4x 16-bit, 1x 32-bit [TIM2] and 1 low power timer)
ADCs 1x 12-bit (16 channels)
UARTs 3
SPIs 3
I2Cs 3
RTC 1
Vcc 1.8V - 3.6V
Datasheet Datasheet
Reference Manual Reference Manual
Programming Manual Programming Manual
Board Manual Board Manual

Implementation Status

Device ID Supported Comments
MCU STM32F410RB partly Energy saving modes not fully utilized
Low-level driver GPIO yes
PWM yes (no pin configured)
UART 2 UARTs USART2 via STLink/USB or D0(RX)/D1(TX) and USART1 on PA10(RX)/PA9(TX)
I2C 1 I2C
SPI 1 SPI
USB no
Timer 2 32 bit timers

Flashing the device

Flashing the Board Using OpenOCD

The ST Nucleo-F410RB board includes an on-board ST-LINK V2 programmer. The easiest way to program the board is to use OpenOCD. You need OpenOCD in version 0.10 minimum. Once you have installed OpenOCD (look here for installation instructions), you can flash the board simply by typing

make BOARD=nucleo-f410rb flash

and debug via GDB by simply typing

make BOARD=nucleo-f410rb debug

Flashing the Board Using ST-LINK Removable Media

On-board ST-LINK programmer provides via composite USB device removable media. Copying the HEX file causes reprogramming of the board. This task could be performed manually; however, the cpy2remed (copy to removable media) PROGRAMMER script does this automatically. To program board in this manner, use the command:

make BOARD=nucleo-f410rb PROGRAMMER=cpy2remed flash
Note
This PROGRAMMER was tested using ST-LINK firmware 2.37.26. Firmware updates could be found on this STM webpage.

Supported Toolchains

For using the ST Nucleo-F410RB board we strongly recommend the usage of the GNU Tools for ARM Embedded Processors toolchain.

Files

file  periph_conf.h