STM32F051C6T6 / STEVAL-IHM043V1

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AK7466
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STM32F051C6T6 / STEVAL-IHM043V1

Post by AK7466 »

Hi. This my first post on this form so if I am in the wrong place, please point me in the right direction.

I have just bought an STEVAL-IHM043V1 evaluation kit which is based on an STM32F051C6T6, and I would like to program it using Arduino.

Can anyone tell me whether it is possible to install Arduino on this chip, and if so how to do it?

I have limited / novice programming skills with Arduino, but I am familiar with programming devices using ISP and ELF files.

Any help or advice would be appreciated.

Thanks

A.K.

mrburnette
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Re: STM32F051C6T6 / STEVAL-IHM043V1

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Directly supported

For STM32 boards not yet directly supported, a guide is provided:

https://github.com/stm32duino/wiki/wiki ... nt-(board)

AK7466
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Re: STM32F051C6T6 / STEVAL-IHM043V1

Post by AK7466 »

Thank you for the pointers Mr Burnette.

If I understand this correctly, the STM32F051 is not a supported device, so I would have to create a "variant".

I have taken a look at the instructions for doing this, but with my present level of experience this is way beyond me (I am a hardware guy!)

However, I will give it a go!

Thanks again.

AK

mrburnette
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Re: STM32F051C6T6 / STEVAL-IHM043V1

Post by mrburnette »

AK7466 wrote:
Sun Jun 21, 2020 10:51 am
Thank you for the pointers Mr Burnette. If I understand this correctly, the STM32F051 is not a supported device, so I would have to create a "variant".
Yes
I have taken a look at the instructions for doing this, but with my present level of experience this is way beyond me (I am a hardware guy!)
Same here, hardware dude. However, the process is not hard, just error prone, IMO. Just think of the process as a pin-maping exercise using arrays.
However, I will give it a go!
Good luck.

Thanks again.

AK
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