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STM32 Blue Pill - an alternative to Arduino

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  • #31
    khoam
    Level 41  
    rs6000 wrote:
    I asked for a board with STM working with Arduino, not bare uC.

    Just type "arduino nucleo" in the ali search engine :)
  • #32
    Slawek K.
    Level 35  
    Thanks ;)
    A terrible price, it will not pay off ;)

    Greetings
  • #33
    LChucki
    Level 31  
    rs6000 wrote:
    A terrible price, it will not pay off

    Compare the price and possibilities of this "expensive" to "cheap" Mega2560.
    Take into account that "expensive" has a programmer / debugger. How much is the debugger for "cheap" Mega2560 and Mega328?
  • #34
    khoam
    Level 41  
    rs6000 wrote:
    A terrible price, it will not pay off

    You can always use ESP32, but it only has two 8-bit DACs.
  • #35
    Slawek K.
    Level 35  
    LChucki wrote:
    rs6000 wrote:
    A terrible price, it will not pay off

    Compare the price and possibilities of this "expensive" to "cheap" Mega2560.
    Take into account that the "expensive" has a programmer / debugger. How much is the debugger for "cheap" Mega2560 and Mega328?

    You think $ 20 is cheap? because I don't. As you already compare to AVR, the mythical mega2560 costs $ 6 (and this is in the small-size version of the PRO board), and I am not going into discussions about the superiority of Christmas, but I would like to remind you how much it really costs because you commonly use this argument ;)

    khoam wrote:
    rs6000 wrote:
    A terrible price, it will not pay off

    You can always use ESP32, but it only has two 8-bit DACs.

    I change successively from esp8266 to esp32, I like the "meat" ;)

    Greetings
  • #36
    Janusz_kk
    Level 35  
    rs6000 wrote:
    I asked for a board with STM working with Arduino, not bare uC.

    There are boards for atxmega, where you have a Dac and USB programming via flip, I have a few boards myself
    on atxmega128A3, extronics did that too.
  • #37
    LChucki
    Level 31  
    rs6000 wrote:
    LChucki wrote:
    rs6000 wrote:
    A terrible price, it will not pay off

    Compare the price and possibilities of this "expensive" to "cheap" Mega2560.
    Take into account that "expensive" has a programmer / debugger. How much is the debugger for "cheap" Mega2560 and Mega328?

    You think $ 20 is cheap? because I don't. As you already compare to the AVR, the mythical mega2560 costs $ 6 (and it's in a small-size version of the PRO board)

    - ORIGINAL F103 https://kamami.pl/stm-nucleo-64/212017-nucleo...2f103.html?search_query=nucleo+f103&results=1 PLN 56 z DEBUGER!
    - Original WITHOUT DEBUGER Mega2560 https://kamami.pl/arduino-oryginalne-plytki/1...ega2560.html?search_query=mega2560&results=13 179zł
    - Travel Mega2560 https://kamami.pl/plytki-zgodne-z-arduino-inn...ega2560.html?search_query=mega2560&results=13 PLN 46 of course WITHOUT DEBUGERA

    Please, give a similar comparison, because you are comparing the trips with the originals, from different sources, tiles WITHOUT DEBUGER with boards with a debugger. Since the board does not have a debugger, add its price to the comparison.
  • #38
    ostrytomasz
    Level 23  
    fotomh-s wrote:
    Although, by the way, no one defends commercial programming on Arduino, since it is open source ...


    The LGPL license for arduino core excludes, at least for me, the possibility of commercial use. Providing the end user with the ability to relink is too much of a hassle, if at all possible with the arduino IDE. For this libraries and components under various licenses, including GPL bootloaders.
    http://forum.arduino.cc/index.php?topic=240434.0
  • #39
    Slawek K.
    Level 35  
    LChucki wrote:
    rs6000 wrote:
    LChucki wrote:
    rs6000 wrote:
    A terrible price, it will not pay off

    Compare the price and possibilities of this "expensive" to "cheap" Mega2560.
    Take into account that "expensive" has a programmer / debugger. How much is the debugger for "cheap" Mega2560 and Mega328?

    You think $ 20 is cheap? because I don't. As you already compare to AVR, the mythical mega2560 costs $ 6 (and this is in the small-size version of the PRO board)

    - ORIGINAL F103 https://kamami.pl/stm-nucleo-64/212017-nucleo...2f103.html?search_query=nucleo+f103&results=1 PLN 56 z DEBUGER!
    - Original WITHOUT DEBUGER Mega2560 https://kamami.pl/arduino-oryginalne-plytki/1...ega2560.html?search_query=mega2560&results=13 179zł
    - Travel Mega2560 https://kamami.pl/plytki-zgodne-z-arduino-inn...ega2560.html?search_query=mega2560&results=13 PLN 46 of course WITHOUT DEBUGERA

    Please, give a similar comparison, because you are comparing the trips with the originals, from different sources, tiles WITHOUT DEBUGER with boards with a debugger. Since the board does not have a debugger, add its price to the comparison.

    It's as if you were comparing apples to pears, read at least once what we're talking about, if you don't understand it I'll be happy to tell you, for sure not about STM32F103RBT6 because this one has no DAC.

    Greetings
  • #40
    fotomh-s
    Level 23  
    Their friends have plates on the M4 core for
  • #41
    LChucki
    Level 31  
    rs6000 wrote:
    oh, as if you were comparing apples with pears, read what I am talking about once, if you do not understand it, I will gladly tell you, certainly not about the STM32F103RBT6 because this one does not have a DAC.

    If you have a problem with using STMCUFinder, I can't help it.
  • #42
    Slawek K.
    Level 35  
    Since you do not understand, maybe I will write more simply, can you give a link to the board with STM32 with DAC supported in Arduino? I would like to check the price, this is what is mentioned on the previous page ;)


    Greetings
  • #46
    Slawek K.
    Level 35  
    Well, it looks great, I have to buy it for testing ;)

    Greetings
  • #47
    fotomh-s
    Level 23  
    I think it's a good price / performance ratio. If you use an extended instruction set, a multitude of pins, DAC, micro SD, additional FLASH memory on the board, or you simply run smaller programs from RAM so as not to get a flash ;-) By the way, it's interesting what the Chinese will declare the value of this tile. I currently have 2 ali orders behind me and they have always underestimated even this tile for $ 2. Thanks to this, the UC did not get stuck and the parcels arrived without any problems or additional costs.
  • #48
    wicy
    Level 22  
    I'm trying to get through this tutorial, but ...
    ghost666 wrote:

    We also set the highest jumper on the module with STM32 in the right position. We can now connect the converter to the USB port on the computer.

    Which is the "topmost jumper" ??
  • #49
    tronics
    Level 38  
    This jumper is BOOT0, it puts the STM32 into factory UART bootloader mode.
  • #50
    MVictor
    Level 10  
    Hello!
    I am a total beginner in MC. I want to add to the Arduino IDE stm32 Blue Pill, according to the description provided here, unfortunately in the preferences it adds (I type manually, I can't paste) the link here: http://dan.drawn.org/stm32duino?..... etc. I get a "download error" message.
    I don't know what I'm doing wrong. Is there any other way to add this board to the Arduino IDE?
    I will be grateful for your response.
    Regards.
  • #51
    rb401
    Level 38  
    MVictor wrote:
    I want to add to the Arduino IDE stm32 Blue Pill, as described here


    The description at the beginning of this thread is no longer valid. At the moment, the handling of STM32 boards is much richer and, above all, officially supported by the STM company. The server that was indicated at the beginning of the thread to add to the preferences is currently turned off and your Arduino has no way to download these tiles.
    To download STM32 support you have to add another address to your preferences (you can remove this old address "http: //dan.drawn.org ..."):
    Code: text
    Log in, to see the code


    and then what you need will pop up in the tile manager:

    STM32 Blue Pill - an alternative to Arduino

    Here is the current, official installation description for STM32 boards:

    https://github.com/stm32duino/wiki/wiki/Getting-Started
  • #52
    MVictor
    Level 10  
    Hello!
    "rb401" - thank you for comprehensive and specific information!
    Installation went smoothly.
    It's a lot for me, because I spent two days trying to install stm. I looked at a lot of tutorials and videos on YT, and they all referenced this broken address.
    And I will say as in the ad: "I did not know there was such a simple solution"!
    Thank you.