I know F1 it ancient hardware but I found the board interesting:
I'd have thought $17 would be worth it just for the display!
7 sections of numerical code tubes
doesn't give much hope for any comprehensible documentation!
I managed to find a schematic (I hope it's the right one). We will see.
3.3.12 7 sections of numerical code tubesThe Board has four 7 sections of numerical code tubes. They can be used to display time, data or other numbers.
I know F1 it ancient hardware
and uVision-3 is really ancient software!!
I hope I'll manage to develop something useful using Keil v5. Had chance to do it for other STM32F1 boards.
Of course - as far as Keil (or any other compiler) is concerned, it's jut a Cortex-M3.
Does the board have SWD, though - or do you need an actual ST-Link with real JTAG ... ?
20-pin JTAG. I have Segger so I should not be a problem, I guess.
I also ordered a couple of
just to split the shipment cost with other guys.
I wonder what is your opinion about this piece of hardware
Looks like the Embedded Pi boards are going clearance too.
A lot of Embedded Pi left to eat
Yes, I spent some time looking for all great deals. But have not decided to buy it yet.
You know, too much hardware might be overwhelming - it's my hobby.
Anyway, thanks for sharing info about such nice hardware!
Wasn't that originally a CooCox thing?
I have 2. I found them somewhat disappointing: they don't even fit onto the RPi - you have to use an umbilical cable.
Good to get a feedback. Thanks!
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