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STM32 Nucleo-144 board
Introduction
The STM32 Nucleo-144 board (NUCLEO-F207ZG, NUCLEO-F303ZE, NUCLEO-F429ZI,
NUCLEO-F446ZE, NUCLEO-F746ZG, NUCLEO-F767ZI) provides an affordable and
flexible way for users to try out new ideas and build prototypes with the STM32
microcontroller, choosing from the various combinations of performance, power
consumption and features. The ST Zio connector, which extends the Arduino™ Uno
connectivity, and the ST morpho headers provide access to a wider range of peripherals
and make it easy to expand the functionality of the Nucleo open development platform with
a large choice of specialized shields. The STM32 Nucleo-144 board does not require any
separate probe as it integrates the ST-LINK/V2-1 debugger/programmer. The STM32
Nucleo-144 board comes with the STM32 comprehensive software HAL library, together
with various packaged software examples, as well as the direct access to the ARM® mbed™
on-line resources at http://mbed.org.
Figure 1. Nucleo 144 board (top view)
May 2016
Figure 2. Nucleo 144 board (bottom view)
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Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
2
Product marking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
3
Ordering information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
4
Conventions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
5
Quick start . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
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5.1
Getting started . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
5.2
System requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
5.3
Development toolchains . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Hardware layout and configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
6.1
Mechanical drawing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
6.2
Cuttable PCB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
6.3
Embedded ST-LINK/V2-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
6.4
Drivers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
6.3.2
ST-LINK/V2-1 firmware upgrade . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
6.3.3
Using the ST-LINK/V2-1 to program and debug
the STM32 on board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
6.3.4
Using ST-LINK/V2-1 to program and debug an external STM32
application . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Power supply and power selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
6.4.1
Power supply input from ST-LINK/V2-1 USB connector . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
6.4.2
External power supply inputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
6.4.3
External power supply output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
6.5
LEDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
6.6
Pushbuttons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
6.7
JP5 (IDD) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
6.8
OSC clock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
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OSC clock supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
6.8.2
OSC 32 KHz clock supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
USART communication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
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USB FS OTG or device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
6.11
Ethernet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
6.12
Solder bridges . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
6.13
Extension connectors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
6.14
ST Zio connectors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
6.15
ST morpho connector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
Appendix A Electrical schematics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
Revision history . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
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List of tables
Table 1.
Table 2.
Table 3.
Table 4.
Table 5.
Table 6.
Table 7.
Table 8.
Table 9.
Table 10.
Table 11.
Table 12.
Table 13.
Table 14.
Table 15.
Table 16.
Table 17.
Table 18.
Table 19.
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Ordering information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
ON/OFF conventions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
CN4 states of the jumpers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Debug connector CN6 (SWD) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
JP1 configuration table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
External power sources . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Power related jumper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
USART3 pins . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
USB pins configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Ethernet pins. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Solder bridges. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
NUCLEO-F746ZG and NUCLEO-F767ZI pin assignments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
NUCLEO-F446ZE pin assignments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
NUCLEO-F303ZE pin assignments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
NUCLEO-F207ZG pin assignments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
NUCLEO-F429ZI pin assignments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
ST morpho connector for NUCLEO-F207ZG,
NUCLEO-F429ZI, NUCLEO-F446ZE, NUCLEO-F746ZG, NUCLEO-F767ZI . . . . . . . . . . 55
ST morpho connector for NUCLEO-F303ZE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
Document revision history . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
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List of figures
Figure 1.
Figure 2.
Figure 3.
Figure 4.
Figure 5.
Figure 6.
Figure 7.
Figure 8.
Figure 9.
Figure 10.
Figure 11.
Figure 12.
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Figure 17.
Figure 18.
Figure 19.
Nucleo 144 board (top view) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Nucleo 144 board (bottom view) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Hardware block diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Top layout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Bottom layout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Nucleo-144 board mechanical drawing in millimeter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Nucleo-144 board mechanical drawing in mil . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Updating the list of drivers in Device Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Connecting the STM32 Nucleo-144 board to program the on-board STM32 . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Using ST-LINK/V2-1 to program the STM32 on an external application . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
NUCLEO-F767ZI, F746ZG, F429ZI, F207ZG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
NUCLEO-F303ZE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
NUCLEO-F446ZE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Top and power . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
MCU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
ST-LINK/V2-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
USB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
Ethernet PHY with RJ45 connector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
Extension connectors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
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The STM32 Nucleo-144 boards offer the following features:
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STM32 microcontroller in LQFP144 package
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Two types of extension resources:
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ST Zio connector including:
Support for Arduino™ Uno Revision 3 connectivity (A0 to A5, D0 to D15)
Additional signals exposing a wide range of peripherals (A6 to A8, D16 to D72)
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ST morpho extension pin header footprints for full access to all STM32 I/Os
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ARM® mbed™ -enabled (see http://mbed.org), planned in the second quarter of 2016
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On-board ST-LINK/V2-1 debugger/programmer with SWD connector:
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Selection-mode switch to use the kit as a standalone ST-LINK/V2-1
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USB re-enumeration capability. Three different interfaces supported on USB:
Virtual COM port
Mass storage
Debug port
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Flexible board power supply:
–
5 V from ST-LINK/V2-1 USB VBUS (U5V)
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External power sources:
3.3 V and 7 - 12 V on ST Zio or ST morpho connectors
5 V on ST morpho connector
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USB OTG or device full speed with Micro-AB connector (depending on STM32
support)
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IEEE-802.3-2002 compliant Ethernet connector (depending on STM32 support)
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Three user LEDs
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Two pushbuttons: USER and RESET
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LSE crystal:
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Comprehensive free software HAL library including a variety of software examples
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Supported by wide choice of Integrated Development Environments (IDEs) including
IAR™, Keil®, GCC-based IDEs, ARM® mbed™
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Product marking
Evaluation tools marked as “ES” or “E” are not yet qualified and therefore not ready to be
used as reference design or in production. Any consequences deriving from such usage will
not be at ST charge. In no event, ST will be liable for any customer usage of these
engineering sample tools as reference design or in production.
“E” or “ES” marking examples of location:
3
•
On the targeted STM32 that is soldered on the board (for illustration of STM32 marking,
refer to the STM32 datasheet “Package information” paragraph at the www.st.com
website).
•
Next to the evaluation tool ordering part number that is stuck or silk-screen printed on
the board.
Ordering information
To order the Nucleo-144 board corresponding to the targeted STM32, use the order code
given in the below Table 1:
Table 1. Ordering information
Target STM32
Order code
STM32F207ZGT6
NUCLEO-F207ZG
STM32F303ZET6
NUCLEO-F303ZE
STM32F429ZIT6
NUCLEO-F429ZI
STM32F446ZET6
NUCLEO-F446ZE
STM32F746ZGT6
NUCLEO-F746ZG
STM32F767ZIT6
NUCLEO-F767ZI
Order code codification NUCLEO-TXXXZY meaning:
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T describes the STM32 family (F or L)
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XXX describes the silicon special features
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Z describes the pin count (Z for 144 pins)
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Y describes the Flash memory size (E for 512K, G for 1MB, I for 2MB)
This order code is mentioned on a sticker placed on top side of the board.
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Table 2 provides the conventions used for the ON and OFF settings in the present
document.
Table 2. ON/OFF conventions
Convention
Definition
Jumper JPx ON
Jumper fitted
Jumper JPx OFF
Jumper not fitted
Solder bridge SBx ON
SBx connections closed by solder or 0 ohm resistor
Solder bridge SBx OFF
SBx connections left open
In this document the references for all information, that is common to all sale types, are
“STM32 Nucleo-144 board” and “STM32 Nucleo-144 boards”.
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Quick start
The STM32 Nucleo-144 board is a low-cost and easy-to-use Development Kit, used to
evaluate and start a development quickly with an STM32 microcontroller in LQFP144
package.
Before installing and using the product, accept the Evaluation Product License Agreement
from the www.st.com/epla webpage.
For more information on the STM32 Nucleo-144 and for demonstration software, visit
www.st.com/stm32nucleo webpage.
5.1
Getting started
Follow the sequence below to configure the Nucleo-144 board and launch the
demonstration application (refer to Figure 4: Top layout for components location):
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Check jumper position on the board:
JP1 OFF (PWR-EXT) selected (see Section 6.4.1: Power supply input from STLINK/V2-1 USB connector for details)
JP3 on U5V (Power source) selected (see Table 6: External power sources for details)
JP5 ON (IDD) selected (see Section 6.7: JP5 (IDD) for details)
CN4 ON selected (see Table 3: CN4 states of the jumpers for details)
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2.
For the correct identification of all the device interfaces from the host PC and before
connecting the board, install the Nucleo USB driver available on the
www.st.com/stm32nucleo website.
3.
Connect the STM32 Nucleo-144 board to a PC with a USB cable ‘type A to micro-B’
through USB connector CN1 to power the board. Green LED LD6 (PWR) and LD4
(COM) light up and the red LED LD3 blinks.
4.
Press button B1 (left button).
5.
Observe the blinking frequency of the three LEDs LD1 to LD3 changes, by clicking on
the button B1.
6.
The software demonstration and the several software examples, that allow the user to
use the Nucleo features, are available at the www.st.com/stm32nucleo webpage.
7.
Develop an application, using the available examples.
System requirements
•
Windows® OS (XP, 7, 8) or Linux 64-bit or OS X®
•
USB Type-A to Micro-B USB cable
Development toolchains
•
Keil®: MDK-ARM™(a)
•
IAR™: EWARM(a)
•
GCC-based IDEs (free AC6: SW4STM32, Atollic® TrueSTUDIO®(a), ...)
•
ARM® mbed™ online
a. On Windows only.
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The STM32 Nucleo-144 board is designed around the STM32 microcontrollers in a 144-pin
LQFP package.
Figure 3 shows the connections between the STM32 and its peripherals (ST-LINK/V2-1,
pushbuttons, LEDs, USB, Ethernet, ST Zio connectors and ST morpho headers).
Figure 4 and Figure 5 show the location of these features on the STM32 Nucleo-144 board.
The mechanical dimensions of the board are showed in Figure 6 and Figure 7.
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Mechanical drawing
Figure 6. Nucleo-144 board mechanical drawing in millimeter
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Figure 7. Nucleo-144 board mechanical drawing in mil
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Cuttable PCB
The STM32 Nucleo-144 board is divided into two parts: ST-LINK and target STM32. The
ST-LINK part of the PCB can be cut out to reduce the board size. In this case the remaining
target STM32 part can only be powered by VIN, E5V and 3.3 V on ST morpho connector
CN11, or VIN and 3.3 V on ST Zio connector CN8. It is still possible to use the ST-LINK part
to program the main STM32, using wires between CN6 and SWD signals available on ST
morpho connector (SWCLK CN11 pin 15, SWDIO CN11 pin 13 and NRST CN11 pin 14).
6.3
Embedded ST-LINK/V2-1
The ST-LINK/V2-1 programming and debugging tool is integrated in the STM32 Nucleo-144
boards.
The ST-LINK/V2-1 makes the STM32 Nucleo-144 boards mbed enabled.
The embedded ST-LINK/V2-1 supports only SWD for STM32 devices. For information about
debugging and programming features refer to ST-LINK/V2 in-circuit debugger/programmer
for STM8 and STM32, UM1075 User manual, which describes in details all the ST-LINK/V2
features.
The changes versus ST-LINK/V2 version are listed below.
New features supported on ST-LINK/V2-1:
•
USB software re-enumeration
•
Virtual com port interface on USB
•
Mass storage interface on USB
•
USB power management request for more than 100 mA power on USB
Features not supported on ST-LINK/V2-1:
•
SWIM interface
•
Minimum supported application voltage limited to 3 V
Known limitation:
•
Activating the readout protection on ST-LINK/V2-1 target, prevents the target
application from running afterwards. The target readout protection must be kept
disabled.
There are two different ways to use the embedded ST-LINK/V2-1, depending on the jumper
state (see Table 3):
•
Program/debug the STM32 on board
•
Program/debug the STM32 in an external application board, using a cable connected
to SWD connector CN6
Table 3. CN4 states of the jumpers
Jumper state
Description
Both CN4 jumpers ON
ST-LINK/V2-1 functions enabled for on board programming
(default). See Section 6.3.3.
Both CN4 jumpers OFF
ST-LINK/V2-1 functions enabled for external CN6 connector
(SWD supported). See Section 6.3.4.
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Drivers
The ST-LINK/V2-1 requires a dedicated USB driver, which can be found on www.st.com for
Windows® XP, 7, 8.
In case the STM32 Nucleo-144 board is connected to the PC before the driver is installed,
some Nucleo interfaces may be declared as “Unknown” in the PC device manager. In this
case the user must install the driver files (Figure 8), and from the device manager he must
update the driver of the connected device.
Note:
Prefer using the “USB Composite Device” handle for a full recovery.
Figure 8. Updating the list of drivers in Device Manager
6.3.2
ST-LINK/V2-1 firmware upgrade
The ST-LINK/V2-1 embeds a firmware upgrade mechanism for in-situ upgrade through the
USB port. As the firmware may evolve during the life time of the ST-LINK/V2-1 product (for
example new functionalities, bug fixes, support for new microcontroller families), it is
recommended to visit www.st.com before starting to use the STM32 Nucleo-144 board and
periodically, in order to stay up-to-date with the latest firmware version.
6.3.3
Using the ST-LINK/V2-1 to program and debug
the STM32 on board
To program the STM32 on board, place on the connector CN4 the two jumpers marked in
red, as shown in Figure 9. The CN6 connector must not be used, since it could disturb the
communication with the STM32 microcontroller of the Nucleo-144 board.
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Figure 9. Connecting the STM32 Nucleo-144 board to program the on-board STM32
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Using ST-LINK/V2-1 to program and debug an external STM32
application
It is very easy to use the ST-LINK/V2-1 to program the STM32 on an external application.
Simply remove the two jumpers from CN4, as shown in Figure 10 and connect the
application to the CN6 debug connector according to Table 4.
Note:
SB111 NRST (target STM32 RESET) must be OFF when CN6 pin 5 is used in an external
application.
Table 4. Debug connector CN6 (SWD)
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Pin
CN6
Designation
1
VDD_TARGET
VDD from application
2
SWCLK
SWD clock
3
GND
Ground
4
SWDIO
SWD data input/output
5
NRST
RESET of target STM32
6
SWO
Reserved
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Power supply and power selection
The power supply is provided either by the host PC through the USB cable or by an external
source: VIN (7V-12V), E5V (5 V) or +3V3 power supply pins on CN8 or CN11. In case VIN,
E5V or +3V3 is used to power the Nucleo-144 board, this power source must comply with
the standard EN-60950-1: 2006+A11/2009 and must be Safety Extra Low Voltage (SELV)
with limited power capability.
In case the power supply is +3V3, the ST-LINK is not powered and cannot be used.
6.4.1
Power supply input from ST-LINK/V2-1 USB connector
The STM32 Nucleo-144 board and shield can be powered from the ST-LINK USB connector
CN1 (U5V), by placing a jumper between the pins 3 and 4 of JP3, as shown in Table 7:
Power related jumper. Note that only the ST-LINK part is power supplied before the USB
enumeration, as the host PC only provides 100 mA to the board at that time. During the
USB enumeration, the STM32 Nucleo-144 board requires 300 mA of current to the host PC.
If the host is able to provide the required power, the targeted STM32 microcontroller is
powered and the green LED LD6 is turned ON, thus the STM32 Nucleo-144 board and its
shield can consume a maximum of 300 mA current, not more. If the host is not able to
provide the required current, the targeted STM32 microcontroller and the extension boards
are not power supplied. As a consequence the green LED LD6 stays turned OFF. In such
case it is mandatory to use an external power supply as explained in the next section.
After the USB enumeration succeeds, the ST-LINK U5V power is enabled, by asserting the
PWR_EN pin. This pin is connected to a power switch (ST890), which powers the board.
This power switch features also a current limitation to protect the PC in case of short-circuit
on board. If an overcurrent (more than 500 mA) happens on board, the red LED LD5 is lit.
JP1 is configured according to the maximum current consumption of the board when
powered by USB (U5V). JP1 jumper can be set ON to inform the host PC that the maximum
current consumption does not exceed 100 mA (including potential extension board or ST
Zio shield). In such condition USB enumeration will always succeed, since no more than
100 mA is requested to the PC. Possible configurations of JP1 are summarized in Table 5.
Table 5. JP1 configuration table
Jumper state
Power supply
JP1 jumper OFF
JP1 jumper ON
JP1 jumper (do not care)
Warning:
Note:
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USB power through CN1
VIN, +3V3, +5 V power
Allowed current
300 mA max
100 mA max
For current limitation refer to Table 7
In case the maximum current consumption of the
STM32 Nucleo-144 board and its shield boards exceed
300 mA, it is mandatory to power the STM32 Nucleo-144
board, using an external power supply connected to E5V, VIN
or +3V3.
In case the board is powered by a USB charger, there is no USB enumeration, so the green
LED LD6 stays in OFF state permanently and the target STM32 is not powered. In this
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specific case the jumper JP1 needs to be set to ON, to allow the board to be powered
anyway. But in any cases the current will be limited to 500 mA by U4 (ST890).
6.4.2
External power supply inputs
The Nucleo-144 board and its shield boards can be powered in three different ways from an
external power supply, depending on the voltage used. The three power sources are
summarized in the Table 6.
When STM32 Nucleo-144 board is power supplied by VIN or E5V, the jumper configuration
must be the following:
•
Jumper JP3 on pin 1 and pin 2 for E5V or jumper JP3 on pin 5 and pin 6 for VIN
•
Jumper JP1 OFF
Table 6. External power sources
Input power
name
Connector
pins
Voltage
range
Max current
Limitation
VIN
CN8 pin 15
CN11 pin 24
7V to 12V
800mA
From 7V to 12V only and input
current capability is linked to input
voltage:
800 mA input current when VIN=7V
450 mA input current when
7V<VIN<9V
250 mA input current when
9V<VIN<12V
E5V
CN11 pin 6
4.75V to
5.25V
500mA
-
+3V3
CN8 pin 7
CN11 pin 16
3V to 3.6V
-
Two possibilities:
ST-LINK PCB is cut
SB3 and SB111 OFF (ST-LINK not
powered)
The 5 V power source is selected by the jumper JP3 as shown in Table 7.
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Table 7. Power related jumper
Jumper
Description
U5V (ST-LINK VBUS) is used as power source when JP3 is set as shown to the
right (Default setting)
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E5V is used as power source when JP3 is set as shown to the right:
(989 9,19
JP3
VIN is used as power source when JP3 is set as shown to the right:
(989 9,19
Using VIN or E5V as an external power supply
When powered by VIN or E5V, it is still possible to use the ST-LINK for programming or
debugging only, but it is mandatory to power the board first using VIN or E5V, then to
connect the USB cable to the PC. By this way the enumeration will succeed anyway, thanks
to the external power source.
The following power sequence procedure must be respected:
1.
Connect jumper JP3 between pin 1 and pin 2 for E5V or between pin 5 and pin 6 for
VIN
2.
Check that JP1 is removed
3.
Connect the external power source to VIN or E5V
4.
Power on the external power supply 7V< VIN < 12V to VIN, or 5 V for E5V
5.
Check that the green LED LD6 is turned ON
6.
Connect the PC to the USB connector CN1
If this order is not respected, the board may be powered by USB (U5V) first, then by VIN or
E5V as the following risks may be encountered:
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1.
If more than 300 mA current is needed by the board, the PC may be damaged or the
current supplied can be limited by the PC. As a consequence the board is not powered
correctly.
2.
300 mA is requested at enumeration (since JP1 must be OFF) so there is risk that the
request is rejected and the enumeration does not succeed if the PC cannot provide
such current. Consequently the board is not power supplied (LED LD6 remains OFF).
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External power supply input: + 3V3
Using the +3V3 (CN8 pin 7 or CN11 pin 16) directly as power input, can be interesting, for
instance, in case the 3.3 V is provided by a shield board. In this case, the ST-LINK is not
powered thus the programming and debug features are not available.
Two different configurations are possible to use +3V3 to power the board:
6.4.3
•
ST-LINK is removed (PCB cut)
•
SB3 (3V3 regulator) and SB111 (NRST) are OFF.
External power supply output
When powered by USB, VIN or E5V, the +5 V (CN8 pin 9 or CN11 pin 18) can be used as
output power supply for an ST Zio shield or an extension board. In this case, the maximum
current of the power source specified in Table 6: External power sources must be respected.
The +3.3 V (CN8 pin 7 or CN11 pin 16) can be used also as power supply output. The
current is limited by the maximum current capability of the regulator U6 (500 mA max).
6.5
LEDs
User LD1: a green user LED is connected to the STM32 I/O PB0 (SB120 ON and SB119
OFF) or PA5 (SB119 ON and SB120 OFF) corresponding to the ST Zio D13.
User LD2: a blue user LED is connected to PB7.
User LD3: a red user LED is connected to PB14.
These user LEDs are on when the I/O is HIGH value, and are off when the I/O is LOW.
LD4 COM: the tricolor LED LD4 (green, orange, red) provides information about ST-LINK
communication status. LD4 default color is red. LD4 turns to green to indicate that
communication is in progress between the PC and the ST-LINK/V2-1, with the following
setup:
•
Slow blinking red/off: at power-on before USB initialization
•
Fast blinking red/off: after the first correct communication between PC and
ST-LINK/V2-1 (enumeration)
•
Red LED on: when the initialization between the PC and ST-LINK/V2-1 is complete
•
Green LED on: after a successful target communication initialization
•
Blinking red/green: during communication with target
•
Green on: communication finished and successful
•
Orange on: communication failure
LD5 USB power fault: LD5 indicates that the board power consumption on USB exceeds
500 mA, consequently the user must power the board using an external power supply.
LD6 PWR: the green LED indicates that the STM32 part is powered and +5 V power is
available on CN8 pin 9 and CN11 pin 18.
LD7 and LD8 USB FS: refer to Section 6.10: USB FS OTG or device.
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Pushbuttons
B1 USER: the user button is connected to the I/O PC13 by default (Tamper support, SB173
ON and SB180 OFF) or PA0 (Wakeup support, SB180 ON and SB173 OFF) of the STM32
microcontroller.
B2 RESET: this pushbutton is connected to NRST and is used to RESET the STM32
microcontroller.
6.7
JP5 (IDD)
Jumper JP5, labeled IDD, is used to measure the STM32 microcontroller consumption by
removing the jumper and by connecting an ammeter:
•
JP5 ON: STM32 is powered (default)
•
JP5 OFF: an ammeter must be connected to measure the STM32 current. If there is no
ammeter, the STM32 is not powered
To get a correct current consumption, the Ethernet PHY should be set in power-down mode
or SB13 should be removed. Refer to Section 6.11: Ethernet for details.
6.8
OSC clock
6.8.1
OSC clock supply
There are four ways to configure the pins corresponding to the external high-speed clock
(HSE):
•
•
•
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MCO from ST-LINK (Default): MCO output of ST-LINK is used as input clock. This
frequency cannot be changed, it is fixed at 8 MHz and connected to
PF0/PH0-OSC_IN of STM32 microcontroller. The following configuration is needed:
–
SB148 OFF
–
SB112 and SB149 ON
–
SB8 and SB9 OFF
HSE oscillator on-board from X3 crystal (not provided): for typical frequencies and
its capacitors and resistors, refer to the STM32 microcontroller datasheet and to the
AN2867 for the oscillator design guide. The X3 crystal has the following characteristics:
8 MHz, 8 pF, 20 ppm. It is recommended to use NX3225GD-8.000M-EXS00ACG04874 manufactured by NIHON DEMPA KOGYO CO., LTD. The following
configuration is needed:
–
SB148 and SB163 OFF
–
SB8 and SB9 soldered
–
C37 and C38 soldered with 4.3 pF capacitors
–
SB112 and SB149 OFF
Oscillator from external PF0/PH0: from an external oscillator through the pin 29 of
the CN11 connector. The following configuration is needed:
–
SB148 ON
–
SB112 and SB149 OFF
–
SB8 and SB9 removed
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6.8.2
HSE not used: PF0/PH1 and PF1/PH1 are used as GPIOs instead of clock. The
following configuration is needed:
–
SB148 and SB163 ON
–
SB112 and SB149 (MCO) OFF
–
SB8 and SB9 removed
OSC 32 KHz clock supply
There are three ways to configure the pins corresponding to low-speed clock (LSE):
•
Note:
For STM32F0 and STM32F3 series it is recommended to use the low-drive mode
configuration of the LSE (low-drive capability in LSEDRV register), due to the 6 pF load
capacitance of the crystal on the board.
•
•
6.9
On-board oscillator (Default): X2 crystal. Refer to the AN2867 for oscillator design
guide for STM32 microcontrollers. It is recommended to use NX3214SA-32.768KHZEXS00A-MU00525 (32.768 KHz, 6 pF load capacitance, 200 ppm) from Nihon Dempa
Kogyo CO, LTD.
Oscillator from external PC14: from external oscillator through the pin 25 of CN11
connector. The following configuration is needed:
–
SB144 and SB145 ON
–
R37 and R38 removed
LSE not used: PC14 and PC15 are used as GPIOs instead of low-speed clock. The
following configuration is needed:
–
SB144 and SB145 ON
–
R37 and R38 removed
USART communication
The USART3 interface available on PD8 and PD9 of the STM32 can be connected to STLINK or to ST morpho connector. The choice can be changed by setting the related solder
bridges. By default the USART3 communication between the target STM32 and ST-LINK is
enabled, to support the virtual COM port for the mbed (SB5 and SB6 ON).
Table 8. USART3 pins
Virtual COM port
Pin
name
Function
PD8
USART3 TX
SB5 ON and SB7 OFF
SB5 OFF and SB7 ON
PD9
USART3 RX
SB6 ON and SB4 OFF
SB6 OFF and SB4 ON
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USB FS OTG or device
The STM32 Nucleo-144 board supports USB OTG or device-full-speed communication via
a USB Micro-AB connector (CN13) and USB power switch (U12) connected to VBUS.
Note:
NUCLEO-F303ZE supports the USB device FS only. All the other STM32 Nucleo-144
support the USB OTG.
Warning:
USB Micro–AB connector (CN13) cannot power the Nucleo144 board. In order to avoid damaging the STM32, it is
mandatory to power the Nucleo-144 before connecting a USB
cable on CN13. Otherwise there is a risk of current injection
on STM32 IOs.
A green LED LD8 will be lit in one of these cases:
•
Power switch (U12) is ON and STM32 Nucleo-144 board works as a USB host
•
VBUS is powered by another USB host when STM32 Nucleo-144 board works as a
USB device.
The red LED LD7 will be lit if overcurrent occurs when +5 V is enabled on VBUS in USB
host mode.
Note:
1. It is better to power Nucleo-144 board by an external power supply when using USB OTG
or host function.
2. JP4 must be closed when using USB OTG FS.
NUCLEO-F303ZE does not support OTG function but it supports USB 2.0 full-speeddevice-mode communication via a USB Micro-AB connector (CN13). USB disconnection
simulation can be implemented by PG6, which can control 1.5 K pull-up resistor (R70) on
USB D+ line. Detection of 5 V power on USB connector (CN13) is available on PG7 thanks
to R62 and R63 resistors bridge.
Table 9. USB pins configuration
Pin
name
Function
Configuration when
using USB connector
Configuration when
using ST morpho
connector
Remark
PA8
USB SOF
-
-
Test point TP1
PA9
USB VBUS
SB127 ON
SB127 OFF
Not on NUCLEO-F303ZE
PA10
USB ID
SB125 ON
SB125 OFF
Not on NUCLEO-F303ZE
PA11
USB DM
SB133 ON
SB133 OFF
-
PA12
USB DP
SB132 ON
SB132 OFF
-
USB GPIO OUT
NUCLEO-F303ZE:
SB186 ON, SB187
OFF
NUCLEO-F303ZE:
SB186 OFF
NUCLEO-F303ZE:
D+ pull up control
All others Nucleo:
SB186 OFF, SB187 ON
All others Nucleo:
SB187 OFF
All others Nucleo:
USB power switch control
PG6
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Table 9. USB pins configuration (continued)
Pin
name
Function
Configuration when
using USB connector
Configuration when
using ST morpho
connector
NUCLEO-F303ZE:
JP4 ON, SB184 ON,
SB185 OFF
PG7
USB GPIO IN
Remark
NUCLEO-F303ZE:
VBUS detection
All other Nucleo
boards:
JP4 ON, SB184 OFF
SB185 ON
JP4 OFF
All other Nucleo boards:
USB overcurrent alarm
ESD protection part ESDA6V1BC6 is implemented on USB port because all USB pins on
STM32 can be used as VBUS or GPIO on STM32 Nucleo-144 board.
Note:
If these pins are dedicated to USB port only, the USBLC6-4SC6 protection part is more
suitable to protect USB port. If USB pin ID is not used, USBLC6-2SC6 can be used.
6.11
Ethernet
The STM32 Nucleo-144 board supports 10 M/100 M Ethernet communication by a PHY
LAN8742A-CZ-TR (U9) and RJ45 connector (CN14). Ethernet PHY is connected to the
STM32 microcontroller via the RMII interface. 50 MHz clock for the STM32 microcontroller
is generated by the PHY RMII_REF_CLK.
Note:
1. NUCLEO-F303ZE and NUCLEO-F446ZE do not support the Ethernet function.
2. JP6 and JP7 must be closed when using Ethernet.
3. Ethernet PHY LAN8742A should be set in power-down mode (Ethernet PHY ref clock will
be turned off in this mode) to achieve the expected low-power mode current. This is done by
configuring Ethernet PHY LAN8742A Basic Control Register (at address 0x00) Bit 11
(Power Down) to '1'. SB13 can be also removed to get the same effect.
Table 10. Ethernet pins
Pin
name
Function
Conflict with
ST Zio connector
signal
Configuration when using
Ethernet
Configuration when using
ST Zio or ST morpho
connector
PA1
RMII Reference Clock
-
SB13 ON
SB13 OFF
PA2
RMII MDIO
-
SB160 ON
SB160 OFF
PC1
RMII MDC
-
SB164 ON
SB164 OFF
PA7
RMII RX Data Valid
D11
JP6 ON
JP6 OFF
PC4
RMII RXD0
-
SB178 ON
SB178 OFF
PC5
RMII RXD1
-
SB181 ON
SB181 OFF
PG11
RMII TX Enable
-
SB183 ON
SB183 OFF
PG13
RXII TXD0
-
SB182 ON
SB182 OFF
PB13
RMII TXD1
I2S_A_CK
JP7 ON
JP7 OFF
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SBxx can be found on top layer and SB1xx can be found on bottom layer.
Table 11. Solder bridges
Bridge
State
(1)
Description
ON
Peripheral power +3V3_PER is connected to +3V3.
OFF
Peripheral power +3V3_PER is not connected.
ON
Output of voltage regulator LD39050PU33R is connected to 3.3 V.
OFF
Output of voltage regulator LD39050PU33R is not connected.
ON
PD8 and PD9 on STM32 are connected to ST morpho connectors CN11
and CN12. If these pins are used on ST morpho connectors, SB5 and
SB6 should be OFF.
OFF
PD8 and PD9 on STM32 are disconnected to ST morpho connectors
CN11 and CN12.
ON
PA2 and PA3 on ST-LINK STM32F103CBT6 are connected to PD8 and
PD9 to enable Virtual Com Port for mbed support. Thus PD8 and PD9 on
ST morpho connectors cannot be used.
OFF
PA2 and PA3 on ST-LINK STM32F103CBT6 are disconnected to PD8
and PD9 on STM32.
ON
VDDA on STM32 is connected to VDD.
OFF
VDDA on STM32 is not connected to VDD and can be provided from pin 7
of CN12 and pin 1 of CN10.
SB101,103,105,108
(DEFAULT)
ON
Reserved, do not modify.
SB102,104,106,109
(RESERVED)
OFF
Reserved, do not modify.
OFF
No incidence on ST-LINK STM32F103CBT6 NRST signal.
ON
ST-LINK STM32F103CBT6 NRST signal is connected to GND
(ST-LINK reset to reduce power consumption).
ON
SWO signal of the STM32 (PB3) is connected to ST-LINK SWO input.
OFF
SWO signal of STM32 is not connected.
ON
Board RESET signal (NRST) is connected to ST-LINK reset control IO
(T_NRST).
OFF
Board RESET signal (NRST) is not connected to ST-LINK reset control IO
(T_NRST).
SB2 (+3V3_PER)
SB3 (3.3V)
SB7, SB4 (GPIO)
SB5, SB6 (ST-LINK-USART)
SB12 (VDDA)
SB107 (STM_RST)
SB110 (SWO)
SB111 (NRST)
OFF, ON IOREF is connected to +3V3.
SB113, SB114 (IOREF)
SB116 (SDMMC_D0),
SB117 (SDMMC_D1)
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OFF
IOREF is connected to +3V3_PER.
ON
These pins are connected to ST morpho connector CN12.
OFF
These pins are disconnected from ST morpho connector CN12 to avoid
stub of SDMMC data signals on PCB.
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Table 11. Solder bridges (continued)
Bridge
State(1)
ON,
OFF
SB120, SB119 (LD1-LED)
Description
Green user LED LD1 is connected to PB0.
OFF,ON Green user LED LD1 is connected to D13 of Arduino signal (PA5).
OFF,
OFF
Green user LED LD1 is not connected.
ON,ON Forbidden
SB139 (LD2-LED)
SB118 (LD3-LED)
SB121, SB122 (D11)
SB144,145
(X2 crystal)
ON
Blue user LED LD2 is connected to PB7.
OFF
Blue user LED LD2 is not connected.
ON
Red user LED LD3 is connected to PB14.
OFF
Red user LED LD3 is not connected.
ON,
OFF
D11 (Pin 14 of CN7) is connected to STM32 PA7
(SPI_A_MOSI/TIM_E_PWM1).
OFF,ON
D11 (Pin 14 of CN7) is connected to STM32 PB5
(SPI_A_MOSI/TIM_D_PWM2).
OFF
PC14, PC15 are not connected to ST morpho connector CN11.
(X2 used to generate 32 KHz clock).
ON
PC14, PC15 are connected to ST morpho connector CN11.
(R37 and R38 should be removed).
PF0/PH0 is not connected to ST morpho
OFF, ON PF1/PH1 is connected to ST morpho connector CN11
(MCO is used as main clock for STM32 on PF0/PH0).
SB148 (PF0/PH0), SB163
(PF1/PH1) (Main clock)
OFF,
OFF
PF0/PH0, PF1/PH1 are not connected to ST morpho connector CN11
(X3, C37, C38, SB8 and SB9 provide a clock as shown in
Section Appendix A: Electrical schematics. In this case SB149 must be
removed).
ON, ON
PF0/PH0 and PF1/PH1 are connected to ST morpho connector CN11.
(SB8, SB9 and SB149 must be removed).
ON
MCO of ST-LINK (STM32F103CBT6) is connected to PF0/PH0 of
STM32.
OFF
MCO of ST-LINK (STM32F103CBT6) is not connected to PF0/PH0 of
STM32.
OFF
PF0/PH0 and PF1/PH1 are not connected to external 8 MHz crystal X3.
ON
PF0/PH0 and PF1/PH1 are connected to external 8 MHz crystal X3.
ON
VBAT pin of STM32 is connected to VDD.
OFF
VBAT pin of STM32 is not connected to VDD.
SB112, SB149 (MCO)
SB8, SB9 (external 8M
crystal)
SB156 (VBAT)
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Table 11. Solder bridges (continued)
Bridge
State(1)
ON,
OFF
SB173, SB180
(B1-USER)
OFF,ON
Description
B1 pushbutton is connected to PC13.
B1 pushbutton is connected to PA0 (Set SB179 OFF if ST Zio connector
is used).
OFF,OF
B1 pushbutton is not connected.
F
SB179 (PA0)
SB142, SB152 (BOOT1,
Only for F2 and F4 series)
ON
PA0 is connected to ST Zio connector (Pin 29 of CN10)
OFF
PA0 is not connected to ST Zio connector (Pin 29 of CN10)
OFF,
OFF
BOOT1 (PB2) function is not used.
ON,
OFF
BOOT1 (PB2) is pulled up.
OFF,ON BOOT1 (PB2) is pulled down.
ON, ON Forbidden
SB147,SB157 (A4 and A5)
Or SB167, SB171 (only for
NUCLEO-F303ZE)
SB138,SB143 (I2C on A4
and A5)
RMII Signals
SB13 (PA1), SB164 (PC1),
SB160 (PA2), SB178 (PC4),
SB181 (PC5), SB182
(PG13), SB183 (PG11)
SB177 (Ethernet nRST)
USB signals:
SB186 (NUCLEO-F303ZE)
or SB187 (all others Nucleo)
(PG6)
SB132 (PA12), SB133
(PA11)
ON
ADC_IN are connected to A4 and A5 (pin 9 and 11) on ST Zio connector
CN9. Thus SB138 and SB143 must be OFF.
OFF
ADC_IN are not connected to A4 and A5 (pin 9 and 11) on ST Zio
connector CN9.
OFF
PB9 and PB8 (I2C) are not connected to A4 and A5 (pin 9 and 11) on
ST Zio connector CN9.
ON
PB9 and PB8 (I2C) are connected to A4 and A5 (pin 9 and 11) on ST Zio
connector CN9. Thus SB147 and SB157 (or SB167 and SB171 for
NUCLEO-F303ZE) must be OFF.
ON
These pins are used as RMII signals and connected to Ethernet PHY.
These port must not be used on ST morpho or ST Zio connectors.
OFF
These pins are used as GPIOs on ST morpho connectors and not
connected to Ethernet PHY.
ON
NRST of STM32 is connected to Ethernet PHY (U9).
OFF
NRST of STM32 is not connected to Ethernet PHY (U9).
ON
PG6 is connected to R70 to control USB D+ pull up (NUCLEO-F303ZE)
PG6 is connected to 5V switch Enable (U12) to control VBUS or CN13
(All other NUCLEO).
OFF
This pin is used as GPIO on ST morpho connectors.
ON
These pins are used as D+ and D- on USB connector CN13.
OFF
These pins are used as GPIOs on ST morpho connectors.
1. Default SBx state is shown in bold.
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All the other solder bridges present on the STM32 Nucleo-144 board are used to configure
several IOs and power supply pins for compatibility of features and pinout with the target
STM32 supported.
All STM32 Nucleo-144 boards are delivered with the solder-bridges configured according to
the target STM32 supported.
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For each STM32 Nucleo-144 board the following figures show the signals connected by
default to the ST Zio connectors (CN7, CN8, CN9, CN10), including the support for Arduino
Uno Revision 3.
Figure 11. NUCLEO-F767ZI, F746ZG, F429ZI, F207ZG
%&
%'()*
18&/(2)=,
18&/(2)=*
18&/(2)=,
18&/(2)=*
&1
&1
32# 32#
2#%#' 2#%#'
01/1
01/1
0,/
0,/
+
+
+
+
/
/
+1
+
+,
+
+
++
+,
55
5.
5..
5.
5+
5
51
4
4.
4
41
4
4,
+
+.
+
+
++
+
+
+,
+,.
+,
+,1
+,
+,,
+
+,
+,
+,+,
+
+.
+
+1
+
5+
5+
5+,
5+
5+1
+
5#
5#
5#,
5#
5#1
55
5
5.
541
5
51
51
5,
5.
54
5
5.
5
+
5+
5+.
5
5
5&.,
5&.1
5&.
54.,
5
5&,
5&1
54
5&
+.
+.
+.+.
+
+.
+
+1
+
+,
+.,
+.
4/++
+
+.1
+.
+..
+.
+
+-
5&5&
4/++
+
54,
54
54
5+.
5+.,
5.
4/++
4+
+
5&.
5
5
5&
5&
+
5+.1
5+.
5+..
5#
+
54
5&
5#
4/++
4+
+
4
4
4+
+
+
++
+1
+1.
+
+1
+11
+1
+
+
+,
+
+1
+
+.
+
+
+.
+
+
+1
+1+1
+1
+1,
5.1
5#
5#..
5.
5#.1
5.,
5.
5
5#5#
+
5#.
5#.
5#.
5#.,
5&.
5&..
&1
&1
%&
3'
#$
4
644,!
++.,
7
644-!
+.+
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Figure 12. NUCLEO-F303ZE
%&
%'()*
18&/(2)=(
&1
&1
32# 32#
2#%#' 2#%#'
01/1
01/1
0,/
0,/
+
+
+
+
/
/
+1
+
+,
+
+
++
+,
55
5.
5..
5.
5+
5
51
4
4.
4
41
4
4,
+
+.
+
+
++
+
+
+,
+,.
+,
+,1
+,
+,,
+
+,
+,
+,+,
+
+.
+
+1
+
5+
5+
5+,
5+
5+1
+
5#
5#
5#,
5#
5#1
55
5
5.
541
5
51
5+..
5+.
5+.1
54.
54
5454
54.
+
5+
5+.
5
5
5&.,
5&.1
5&.
54.,
5
5&,
5&1
54
5&
+.
+.
+.+.
+
+.
+
+1
+
+,
+.,
+.
4/++
+
+.1
+.
+..
+.
+
+-
5&5&
4/++
+
54,
54
54
5+.
5+.,
5.
4/++
4+
+
5&.
5
5
5&
5&
+
5.
5,
51
5#
+
54
5&
5#
4/++
4+
+
4
4
4+
+
+
++
+1
+1.
+
+1
+11
+1
+
+
+,
+
+1
+
+.
+
+
+.
+
+
+1
+1+1
+1
+1,
5.1
5#
5#..
5.
5#.1
5.,
5
5,
5#5#
+
5#.
5#.
5#.
5#.,
5&.
5&..
&1
&1
%&
4
644,!
++.,
7
644-!
+.+
1. Compared to F767ZI, F746ZG, F429ZI and F207ZG, the pinout changes on CN9 pin 7, 9, 11,13,17,19, 21 and CN10 pin
19, 21, 23, 14, 16.
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Figure 13. NUCLEO-F446ZE
%&
%'()*
18&/(2)=(
&1
&1
32# 32#
2#%#' 2#%#'
01/1
01/1
0,/
0,/
+
+
+
+
/
/
+1
+
+,
+
+
++
+,
55
5.
5..
5.
5+
5
51
4
4.
4
41
4
4,
+
+.
+
+
++
+
+
+,
+,.
+,
+,1
+,
+,,
+
+,
+,
+,+,
+
+.
+
+1
+
5+
5+
5+,
5+
5+1
+
5#
5#
5#,
5#
5#1
55
5
5.
541
5
51
51
5,
5.
5
5.
5
+
5+
5+.
5
5
5&.,
5&.1
5&.
54.,
5
5&,
5&1
54
5&
+.
+.
+.+.
+
+.
+
+1
+
+,
+.,
+.
4/++
+
+.1
+.
+..
+.
+
+-
5&5&
4/++
+
54,
54
54
5+.
5+.,
5.
4/++
4+
+
5&.
5
5
5&
5&
+
5+.1
5+.
5+..
5#
+
54
5&
5#
4/++
4+
+
4
4
4+
+
+
++
+1
+1.
+
+1
+11
+1
+
+
+,
+
+1
+
+.
+
+
+.
+
+
+1
+1+1
+1
+1,
5.1
5#
5#..
5.
5#.1
5.,
5.
5
5#5#
+
5#.
5#.
5#.
5#.,
5&.
5&..
&1
&1
%&
3'
4
644,!
++.,
7
644-!
+.+
1. Compared to F767ZI, F746ZG, F429ZI, F207ZG, the pinout changes only on CN9 pin15.
6.14
ST Zio connectors
CN7, CN8, CN9 and CN10 are female on top side and male on bottom side connectors.
They include support for Arduino Uno Revision 3. Most shields designed for Arduino Uno
can fit to the STM32 Nucleo-144 boards.
To cope with Arduino Uno Revision 3, apply the following modifications:
Caution:
•
SB138 and SB143 should be ON
•
SB140/147/150/157/167/171 should be OFF to connect I2C on A4 (pin 5) and A5 (pin 6
of CN8).
The IOs of STM32 microcontroller are 3.3 V compatible instead of 5 V for Arduino Uno.
Table 12 to Table 16 show the pin assignment for each main STM32 microcontroller on the
ST Zio connectors.
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Table 12. NUCLEO-F746ZG and NUCLEO-F767ZI pin assignments
Connector
Pin
Pin
name
Signal name
STM32 pin
Function
Remark
Left connectors
CN8
CN9
1
NC
NC
-
3
IOREF
IOREF
5
RESET
RESET
7
+3V3
+3V3
3.3V input/output
9
+5V
+5V
5V output
11
GND
GND
13
GND
GND
Ground
15
VIN
VIN
Power input
2
D43
SDMMC_D0
PC8
4
D44
SDMMC_D1/
I2S_A_CKIN
PC9
6
D45
SDMMC_D2
PC10
8
D46
SDMMC_D3
PC11
10
D47
SDMMC_CK
PC12
12
D48
SDMMC_CMD
PD2
14
D49
I/O
PG2
16
D50
I/O
PG3
1
A0
ADC
PA3
ADC123_IN3
3
A1
ADC
PC0
ADC123_IN10
5
A2
ADC
PC3
ADC123_IN13
7
A3
ADC
PF3
ADC3_IN9
ADC3_IN15
(PF5) or
I2C1_SDA (PB9)
-
3.3V Ref
NRST
-
RESET
Ground
SDMMC/I2S_A
-
I/O
9
A4
ADC
PF5 or
PB9(1)
11
A5
ADC
PF10 or
PB8(1)
ADC3_IN8
(PF10) or
I2C1_SCL (PB8)
13
D72
NC
-
(2)
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15
D71
I/O
17
D70
I2C_B_SMBA
PF2
19
D69
I2C_B_SCL
PF1
21
D68
I2C_B_SDA
PF0
23
GND
GND
-
Ground
25
D67
CAN_RX
PD0
CAN_1
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Table 12. NUCLEO-F746ZG and NUCLEO-F767ZI pin assignments (continued)
Connector
CN9
Pin
Pin
name
Signal name
STM32 pin
Function
27
D66
CAN_TX
PD1
CAN_1
29
D65
I/O
PG0
I/O
2
D51
USART_B_SCLK
PD7
4
D52
USART_B_RX
PD6
6
D53
USART_B_TX
PD5
8
D54
USART_B_RTS
PD4
10
D55
USART_B_CTS
PD3
12
GND
GND
PE2
Remark
USART_2
Ground
-
(3)
14
D56
SAI_A_MCLK
16
D57
SAI_A_FS
PE4
18
D58
SAI_A_SCK
PE5
20
D59
SAI_A_SD
PE6
22
D60
SAI_B_SD
PE3
24
D61
SAI_B_SCK
PF8
26
D62
SAI_B_MCLK
PF7
28
D63
SAI_B_FS
PF9
30
D64
I/O
PG1
SAI_1_A
SAI_1_B
I/O
Right Connectors
1
D16
I2S_A_MCK
PC6
3
D17
I2S_A_SD
PB15
5
D18
I2S_A_CK
PB13(4)
7
D19
I2S_A_WS
PB12
9
D20
I2S_B_WS
PA15
11
D21
I2S_B_MCK
PC7
D22
I2S_B_SD/
SPI_B_MOSI
PB5
15
D23
I2S_B_CK/
SPI_B_SCK
PB3
17
D24
SPI_B_NSS
PA4
19
D25
SPI_B_MISO
PB4
2
D15
I2C_A_SCL
PB8
I2C1_SCL
4
D14
I2C_A_SDA
PB9
I2C1_SDA
6
AREF
AREF
8
GND
GND
13
CN7
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Table 12. NUCLEO-F746ZG and NUCLEO-F767ZI pin assignments (continued)
Connector
Pin
Pin
name
Signal name
STM32 pin
Function
10
D13
SPI_A_SCK
PA5
SPI1_SCK
12
D12
SPI_A_MISO
PA6
SPI1_MISO
14
D11
SPI_A_MOSI/
TIM_E_PWM1
PA7(1)(2) or
PB5(1)
SPI1_MOSI/
TIM14_CH1
16
D10
SPI_A_CS/
TIM_B_PWM3
PD14
SPI1_CS/
TIM4_CH3
18
D9
TIMER_B_PWM2
PD15
TIM4_CH4
20
D8
I/O
PF12
-
1
AVDD
AVDD
-
Analog VDD
3
AGND
AGND
-
Analog Ground
5
GND
GND
-
Ground
7
A6
ADC_A_IN
PB1
ADC12_IN9
9
A7
ADC_B_IN
PC2
ADC123_IN12
11
A8
ADC_C_IN
PF4
ADC3_IN14
13
D26
QSPI_CS
PB6
QSPI_BK1
15
D27
QSPI_CLK
PB2
QSPI_CLK
17
GND
GND
-
Ground
19
D28
QSPI_BK1_IO3
PD13
21
D29
QSPI_BK1_IO1
PD12
23
D30
QSPI_BK1_IO0
PD11
25
D31
QSPI_BK1_IO2
PE2(3)
27
GND
GND
-
Ground
29
D32
TIMER_C_PWM1
PA0
TIM2_CH1
31
D33
TIMER_D_PWM1
PB0
TIM3_CH3
33
D34
TIMER_B_ETR
PE0
TIM4_ETR
2
D7
I/O
PF13
-
4
D6
TIMER_A_PWM1
PE9
TIM1_CH1
6
D5
TIMER_A_PWM2
PE11
TIM1_CH2
8
D4
I/O
PF14
-
10
D3
TIMER_A_PWM3
PE13
TIM1_CH3
12
D2
I/O
PF15
-
14
D1
USART_A_TX
PG14
16
D0
USART_A_RX
PG9
18
D42
TIMER_A_PWM1N
PE8
TIM1_CH1N
20
D41
TIMER_A_ETR
PE7
TIM1_ETR
CN7
CN10
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Table 12. NUCLEO-F746ZG and NUCLEO-F767ZI pin assignments (continued)
Connector
CN10
Pin
Pin
name
Signal name
STM32 pin
Function
22
GND
GND
-
Ground
24
D40
TIMER_A_PWM2N
PE10
TIM1_CH2N
26
D39
TIMER_A_PWM3N
PE12
TIM1_CH3N
28
D38
I/O
PE14
I/O
30
D37
TIMER_A_BKIN1
PE15
TIM1_BKIN1
32
D36
TIMER_C_PWM2
PB10
TIM2_CH3
34
D35
TIMER_C_PWM3
PB11
TIM2_CH4
Remark
-
1. Refer to Table 11: Solder bridges for details.
2. PA7 is used as D11 and connected to CN7 pin 14 by default, if JP6 is ON, it is also connected to both
Ethernet PHY as RMII_DV and CN9 pin 15. In this case only one function of the Ethernet or D11 could be
used.
3. PE2 is connected to both CN9 pin 14 (SAI_A_MCLK) and CN10 pin 25 (QSPI_BK1_IO2). Only one
function can be used at one time.
4. PB13 is used as I2S_A_CK and connected to CN7 pin 5 by default, if JP7 is ON, it is also connected to
Ethernet PHY as RMII_TXD1. In this case only one function of the Ethernet or I2S_A could be used.
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Table 13. NUCLEO-F446ZE pin assignments
Connector
Pin
Pin
name
Signal name
STM32
pin
Function
Remark
Left connectors
CN8
CN9
1
NC
NC
-
-
3
IOREF
IOREF
-
3.3V Ref
5
RESET
RESET
NRST
RESET
7
+3V3
+3V3
-
3.3V input/output
9
+5V
+5V
-
5V output
11
GND
GND
-
Ground
13
GND
GND
-
Ground
15
VIN
VIN
-
Power input
2
D43
SDMMC_D0
PC8
4
D44
SDMMC_D1/
I2S_A_CKIN
PC9
6
D45
SDMMC_D2
PC10
8
D46
SDMMC_D3
PC11
10
D47
SDMMC_CK
PC12
12
D48
SDMMC_CMD
PD2
14
D49
I/O
PG2
16
D50
I/O
PG3
1
A0
ADC
PA3
ADC123_IN3
3
A1
ADC
PC0
ADC123_IN10
5
A2
ADC
PC3
ADC123_IN13
7
A3
ADC
PF3
ADC3_IN9
ADC3_IN15 (PF5)
or I2C1_SDA
(PB9)
SDMMC/I2S_A
-
I/O
9
A4
ADC
PF5 or
PB9(1)
11
A5
ADC
PF10 or
PB8(1)
ADC3_IN8 (PF10)
or I2C1_SCL
(PB8)
13
D72
NC
-
-
15
D71
NC
17
D70
I2C_B_SMBA
PF2
19
D69
I2C_B_SCL
PF1
21
D68
I2C_B_SDA
PF0
23
GND
GND
-
Ground
25
D67
CAN_RX
PD0
CAN_1
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Table 13. NUCLEO-F446ZE pin assignments (continued)
Connector
CN9
Pin
Pin
name
Signal name
STM32
pin
Function
27
D66
CAN_TX
PD1
CAN_1
29
D65
I/O
PG0
I/O
2
D51
USART_B_SCLK
PD7
4
D52
USART_B_RX
PD6
6
D53
USART_B_TX
PD5
8
D54
USART_B_RTS
PD4
10
D55
USART_B_CTS
PD3
12
GND
GND
-
Remark
USART_2
Ground
-
(2)
14
D56
SAI_A_MCLK
PE2
16
D57
SAI_A_FS
PE4
18
D58
SAI_A_SCK
PE5
20
D59
SAI_A_SD
PE6
22
D60
SAI_B_SD
PE3
24
D61
SAI_B_SCK
PF8
26
D62
SAI_B_MCLK
PF7
28
D63
SAI_B_FS
PF9
30
D64
I/O
PG1
SAI_1_A
SAI_1_B
I/O
Right Connectors
CN7
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D16
I2S_A_MCK
PC6
3
D17
I2S_A_SD
PB15
3
D17
I2S_A_SD
PB15
5
D18
I2S_A_CK
PB13
7
D19
I2S_A_WS
PB12
9
D20
I2S_B_WS
PA15
11
D21
I2S_B_MCK
PC7
13
D22
I2S_B_SD/
SPI_B_MOSI
PB5
15
D23
I2S_B_CK/ SPI_B_SCK
PB3
17
D24
SPI_B_NSS
PA4
19
D25
SPI_B_MISO
PB4
2
D15
I2C_A_SCL
PB8
I2C1_SCL
4
D14
I2C_A_SDA
PB9
I2C1_SDA
6
AREF
AREF
-
AVDD
8
GND
GND
-
Ground
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Table 13. NUCLEO-F446ZE pin assignments (continued)
Connector
Pin
Pin
name
Signal name
STM32
pin
Function
10
D13
SPI_A_SCK
PA5
SPI1_SCK
12
D12
SPI_A_MISO
PA6
SPI1_MISO
14
D11
SPI_A_MOSI/
TIM_E_PWM1
PA7(1)
or
PB5(1)
SPI1_MOSI/
TIM14_CH1
16
D10
SPI_A_CS/
TIM_B_PWM3
PD14
SPI1_CS/
TIM4_CH3
18
D9
TIMER_B_PWM2
PD15
TIM4_CH4
20
D8
I/O
PF12
-
1
AVDD
AVDD
-
Analog VDD
3
AGND
AGND
-
Analog Ground
5
GND
GND
-
Ground
7
A6
ADC_A_IN
PB1
ADC12_IN9
9
A7
ADC_B_IN
PC2
ADC123_IN12
11
A8
ADC_C_IN
PF4
ADC3_IN14
13
D26
QSPI_CS
PB6
QSPI_BK1
15
D27
QSPI_CLK
PB2
QSPI_CLK
17
GND
GND
-
Ground
19
D28
QSPI_BK1_IO3
PD13
QSPI_BK1
21
D29
QSPI_BK1_IO1
PD12
23
D30
QSPI_BK1_IO0
PD11
25
D31
QSPI_BK1_IO2
PE2(2)
27
GND
GND
-
Ground
29
D32
TIMER_C_PWM1
PA0
TIM2_CH1
31
D33
TIMER_D_PWM1
PB0
TIM3_CH3
33
D34
TIMER_B_ETR
PE0
TIM4_ETR
2
D7
I/O
PF13
-
4
D6
TIMER_A_PWM1
PE9
TIM1_CH1
6
D5
TIMER_A_PWM2
PE11
TIM1_CH2
8
D4
I/O
PF14
-
10
D3
TIMER_A_PWM3
PE13
TIM1_CH3
12
D2
I/O
PF15
-
14
D1
USART_A_TX
PG14
16
D0
USART_A_RX
PG9
CN7
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Connector
CN10
Pin
Pin
name
Signal name
STM32
pin
Function
18
D42
TIMER_A_PWM1N
PE8
TIM1_CH1N
20
D41
TIMER_A_ETR
PE7
TIM1_ETR
22
GND
GND
-
Ground
24
D40
TIMER_A_PWM2N
PE10
TIM1_CH2N
26
D39
TIMER_A_PWM3N
PE12
TIM1_CH3N
28
D38
I/O
PE14
I/O
30
D37
TIMER_A_BKIN1
PE15
TIM1_BKIN1
32
D36
TIMER_C_PWM2
PB10
TIM2_CH3
34
D35
TIMER_C_PWM3
PB11
TIM2_CH4
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2. PE2 is connected to both CN9 pin 14 (SAI_A_MCLK) and CN10 pin 25 (QSPI_BK1_IO2). Only one
function can be used at one time.
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Connector
Pin
Pin
name
Signal name
STM32
pin
Function
Remark
Left connectors
CN8
1
NC
NC
-
-
3
IOREF
IOREF
-
3.3V Ref
5
RESET
RESET
NRST
RESET
7
+3V3
+3V3
-
3.3V input/output
9
+5V
+5V
-
5V output
11
GND
GND
-
Ground
13
GND
GND
-
Ground
15
VIN
VIN
-
Power input
2
D43
I/O
PC8
I/O
4
D44
I2S_A_CKIN
PC9
I2S_A
6
D45
I/O
PC10
8
D46
I/O
PC11
10
D47
I/O
PC12
12
D48
I/O
PD2
14
D49
I/O
PG2
16
D50
I/O
PG3
1
A0
ADC
PA3
ADC1_IN4
3
A1
ADC
PC0
ADC12_IN6
5
A2
ADC
PC3
ADC12_IN9
7
A3
ADC
PD11
ADC34_IN8
ADC34_IN9
(PD12) or
I2C1_SDA (PB9)
I/O
9
A4
ADC
PD12 or
PB9(1)
11
A5
ADC
PD13 or
PB8(1)
ADC34_IN10
(PD13) or
I2C1_SCL (PB8)
13
D72
COMP1_INP
PA1
COMP
15
D71
COMP2_INP
PA7(2)
17
D70
I2C_B_SMBA
PA8
19
D69
I2C_B_SCL
PA9
21
D68
I2C_B_SDA
PA10
23
GND
GND
-
25
D67
CAN_RX
PD0
27
D66
CAN_TX
PD1
CN9
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Table 14. NUCLEO-F303ZE pin assignments (continued)
Connector
CN9
Pin
Pin
name
Signal name
STM32
pin
Function
29
D65
I/O
PG0
I/O
2
D51
USART_B_SCLK
PD7
4
D52
USART_B_RX
PD6
6
D53
USART_B_TX
PD5
8
D54
USART_B_RTS
PD4
10
D55
USART_B_CTS
PD3
12
GND
GND
-
Remark
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Ground
(3)
14
D56
I/O
PE2
16
D57
I/O
PE4
18
D58
I/O
PE5
20
D59
I/O
PE6
22
D60
I/O
PE3
24
D61
I/O
PF8
26
D62
I/O
PF7
28
D63
I/O
PF9
30
D64
I/O
PG1
-
I/O
Right Connectors
CN7
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D16
I2S_A_MCK
PC6
3
D17
I2S_A_SD
PB15
5
D18
I2S_A_CK
PB13
7
D19
I2S_A_WS
PB12
9
D20
I2S_B_WS
PA15
11
D21
I2S_B_MCK
PC7
13
D22
I2S_B_SD/
SPI_B_MOSI
PB5
15
D23
I2S_B_CK/ SPI_B_SCK
PB3
17
D24
SPI_B_NSS
PA4
19
D25
SPI_B_MISO
PB4
2
D15
I2C_A_SCL
PB8
I2C1_SCL
4
D14
I2C_A_SDA
PB9
I2C1_SDA
6
AREF
AREF
-
AVDD
8
GND
GND
-
Ground
10
D13
SPI_A_SCK
PA5
SPI1_SCK
12
D12
SPI_A_MISO
PA6
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Table 14. NUCLEO-F303ZE pin assignments (continued)
Connector
CN7
CN10
Pin
name
Signal name
STM32
pin
Function
14
D11
SPI_A_MOSI/
TIM_E_PWM1
PA7(1)(2)
or
PB5(1)
SPI1_MOSI/
TIM14_CH1
16
D10
SPI_A_CS/
TIM_B_PWM3
PD14
SPI1_CS/
TIM4_CH3
18
D9
TIMER_B_PWM2
PD15
TIM4_CH4
20
D8
I/O
PF12
-
1
AVDD
AVDD
-
Analog VDD
3
AGND
AGND
-
Analog Ground
5
GND
GND
-
Ground
7
A6
ADC_A_IN
PB1
ADC3_IN1
9
A7
ADC_B_IN
PC2
ADC12_IN8
11
A8
ADC_C_IN
PF4
ADC3_IN14
13
D26
I/O
PB6
15
D27
I/O
PB2
17
GND
GND
-
19
D28
I/O
PF10
21
D29
I/O
PF5
23
D30
I/O
PF3
25
D31
I/O
PE2(3)
27
GND
GND
-
Ground
29
D32
TIMER_C_PWM1
PA0
TIM2_CH1
31
D33
TIMER_D_PWM1
PB0
TIM3_CH3
33
D34
TIMER_B_ETR
PE0
TIM4_ETR
2
D7
I/O
PF13
-
4
D6
TIMER_A_PWM1
PE9
TIM1_CH1
6
D5
TIMER_A_PWM2
PE11
TIM1_CH2
8
D4
I/O
PF14
-
10
D3
TIMER_A_PWM3
PE13
TIM1_CH3
12
D2
I/O
PF15
-
14
D1
USART_A_TX
PC4
16
D0
USART_A_RX
PC5
18
D42
TIMER_A_PWM1N
PE8
TIM1_CH1N
20
D41
TIMER_A_ETR
PE7
TIM1_ETR
22
GND
GND
-
Ground
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Table 14. NUCLEO-F303ZE pin assignments (continued)
Connector
CN10
Pin
Pin
name
Signal name
STM32
pin
Function
24
D40
TIMER_A_PWM2N
PE10
TIM1_CH2N
26
D39
TIMER_A_PWM3N
PE12
TIM1_CH3N
28
D38
TIMER_A_BKIN2
PE14
TIM1_BKIN2
30
D37
TIMER_A_BKIN1
PE15
TIM1_BKIN1
32
D36
TIMER_C_PWM2
PB10
TIM2_CH3
34
D35
TIMER_C_PWM3
PB11
TIM2_CH4
Remark
-
1. Refer to Table 11: Solder bridges for details.
2. PA7 is used as D11 and connected to CN7 pin 14 by default, if JP6 is ON, it is also connected to CN9 pin
15 as COMP2_INP. In this case only one function of the Comparator input or D11 could be used.
3. PE2 is connected to both CN9 pin 14 (IO) and CN10 pin 25 (IO). Only one connector pin can be used at
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Table 15. NUCLEO-F207ZG pin assignments
Connector
Pin
Pin
name
Signal name
STM32
pin
Function
Remark
Left connectors
CN8
CN9
1
NC
NC
-
-
3
IOREF
IOREF
-
3.3V Ref
5
RESET
RESET
NRST
RESET
7
+3V3
+3V3
-
3.3V input/output
9
+5V
+5V
-
5V output
11
GND
GND
-
Ground
13
GND
GND
-
15
VIN
VIN
-
2
D43
SDMMC_D0
PC8
4
D44
SDMMC_D1/
I2S_A_CKIN
PC9
6
D45
SDMMC_D2
PC10
8
D46
SDMMC_D3
PC11
10
D47
SDMMC_CK
PC12
12
D48
SDMMC_CMD
PD2
14
D49
I/O
PG2
16
D50
I/O
PG3
1
A0
ADC
PA3
ADC123_IN3
3
A1
ADC
PC0
ADC123_IN10
5
A2
ADC
PC3
ADC123_IN13
7
A3
ADC
PF3
ADC3_IN9
ADC3_IN15
(PF5) or
I2C1_SDA (PB9)
Power input
SDMMC/I2S_A
-
I/O
9
A4
ADC
PF5 or
PB9(1)
11
A5
ADC
PF10 or
PB8(1)
ADC3_IN8
(PF10) or
I2C1_SCL (PB8)
13
D72
NC
-
(2)
15
D71
I/O
17
D70
I2C_B_SMBA
PF2
19
D69
I2C_B_SCL
PF1
21
D68
I2C_B_SDA
PF0
23
GND
GND
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Table 15. NUCLEO-F207ZG pin assignments (continued)
Connector
CN9
Pin
Pin
name
Signal name
STM32
pin
25
D67
CAN_RX
PD0
27
D66
CAN_TX
PD1
29
D65
I/O
PG0
2
D51
USART_B_SCLK
PD7
4
D52
USART_B_RX
PD6
6
D53
USART_B_TX
PD5
8
D54
USART_B_RTS
PD4
10
D55
USART_B_CTS
PD3
12
GND
GND
-
14
D56
I/O
PE2(3)
16
D57
I/O
PE4
18
D58
I/O
PE5
20
D59
I/O
PE6
22
D60
I/O
PE3
24
D61
I/O
PF8
26
D62
I/O
PF7
28
D63
I/O
PF9
30
D64
I/O
PG1
Function
Remark
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I/O
USART_2
Ground
-
I/O
Right Connectors
CN7
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D16
I2S_A_MCK
PC6
3
D17
I2S_A_SD
PB15
5
D18
I2S_A_CK
PB13(4)
7
D19
I2S_A_WS
PB12
9
D20
I2S_B_WS
PA15
11
D21
I2S_B_MCK
PC7
13
D22
I2S_B_SD/
SPI_B_MOSI
PB5
15
D23
I2S_B_CK/ SPI_B_SCK
PB3
17
D24
SPI_B_NSS
PA4
19
D25
SPI_B_MISO
PB4
2
D15
I2C_A_SCL
PB8
I2C1_SCL
4
D14
I2C_A_SDA
PB9
I2C1_SDA
6
AREF
AREF
-
AVDD
8
GND
GND
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Table 15. NUCLEO-F207ZG pin assignments (continued)
Connector
Pin
Pin
name
Signal name
STM32
pin
Function
10
D13
SPI_A_SCK
PA5
SPI1_SCK
12
D12
SPI_A_MISO
PA6
SPI1_MISO
14
D11
SPI_A_MOSI/
TIM_E_PWM1
PA7(1)(2)
or PB5(1)
SPI1_MOSI/
TIM14_CH1
16
D10
SPI_A_CS/
TIM_B_PWM3
PD14
SPI1_CS/
TIM4_CH3
18
D9
TIMER_B_PWM2
PD15
TIM4_CH4
20
D8
I/O
PF12
-
1
AVDD
AVDD
-
Analog VDD
3
AGND
AGND
Analog Ground
5
GND
GND
Ground
7
A6
ADC_A_IN
PB1
ADC12_IN9
9
A7
ADC_B_IN
PC2
ADC123_IN12
11
A8
ADC_C_IN
PF4
ADC3_IN14
13
D26
I/O
PB6
I/O
15
D27
I/O
PB2
17
GND
GND
-
19
D28
I/O
PD13
21
D29
I/O
PD12
23
D30
I/O
PD11
25
D31
I/O
PE2(3)
27
GND
GND
-
Ground
29
D32
TIMER_C_PWM1
PA0
TIM2_CH1
31
D33
TIMER_D_PWM1
PB0
TIM3_CH3
33
D34
TIMER_B_ETR
PE0
TIM4_ETR
2
D7
I/O
PF13
-
4
D6
TIMER_A_PWM1
PE9
TIM1_CH1
6
D5
TIMER_A_PWM2
PE11
TIM1_CH2
8
D4
I/O
PF14
-
10
D3
TIMER_A_PWM3
PE13
TIM1_CH3
12
D2
I/O
PF15
-
14
D1
USART_A_TX
PG14
USART6
16
D0
USART_A_RX
PG9
-
18
D42
TIMER_A_PWM1N
PE8
TIM1_CH1N
CN7
CN10
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Table 15. NUCLEO-F207ZG pin assignments (continued)
Connector
CN10
Pin
Pin
name
Signal name
STM32
pin
Function
20
D41
TIMER_A_ETR
PE7
TIM1_ETR
22
GND
GND
-
Ground
24
D40
TIMER_A_PWM2N
PE10
TIM1_CH2N
26
D39
TIMER_A_PWM3N
PE12
TIM1_CH3N
28
D38
I/O
PE14
I/O
30
D37
TIMER_A_BKIN1
PE15
TIM1_BKIN1
32
D36
TIMER_C_PWM2
PB10
TIM2_CH3
34
D35
TIMER_C_PWM3
PB11
TIM2_CH4
Remark
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1. Refer to Table 11: Solder bridges for details.
2. PA7 is used as D11 and connected to CN7 pin 14 by default, if JP6 is ON, it is also connected to both
Ethernet PHY as RMII_DV and CN9 pin 15. In this case only one function of the Ethernet or D11 could be
used.
3. PE2 is connected to both CN9 pin 14 (IO) and CN10 pin 25 (IO). Only one connector pin can be used at
one time.
4. PB13 is used as I2S_A_CK and connected to CN7 pin 5 by default, if JP7 is ON, it is also connected to
Ethernet PHY as RMII_TXD1. In this case only one function of Ethernet or I2S_A could be used.
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Table 16. NUCLEO-F429ZI pin assignments
Connector
Pin
Pin
name
Signal name
STM32
pin
Function
Remark
Left connectors
CN8
1
NC
NC
3
IOREF
IOREF
5
RESET
RESET
7
+3V3
+3V3
3.3V input/output
9
+5V
+5V
5V output
11
GND
GND
13
GND
GND
15
VIN
VIN
2
D43
SDMMC_D0
PC8
4
D44
SDMMC_D1/
I2S_A_CKIN
PC9
6
D45
SDMMC_D2
PC10
8
D46
SDMMC_D3
PC11
NRST
-
3.3V Ref
RESET
Ground
Power input
SDMMC/I2S_A
I/O
10
D47
SDMMC_CK
PC12
12
D48
SDMMC_CMD
PD2
14
D49
I/O
PG2
16
D50
I/O
PG3
1
A0
ADC
PA3
ADC123_IN3
3
A1
ADC
PC0
ADC123_IN10
5
A2
ADC
PC3
ADC123_IN13
7
A3
ADC
PF3
ADC3_IN9
ADC3_IN15
(PF5) or
I2C1_SDA (PB9)
9
A4
ADC
PF5 or
PB9(1)
11
A5
ADC
PF10 or
PB8(1)
ADC3_IN8
(PF10) or
I2C1_SCL (PB8)
13
D72
NC
-
I/O
CN9
15
D71
I/O
PA7(2)
17
D70
I2C_B_SMBA
PF2
19
D69
I2C_B_SCL
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Table 16. NUCLEO-F429ZI pin assignments (continued)
Connector
CN9
Pin
Pin
name
Signal name
STM32
pin
Function
21
D68
I2C_B_SDA
PF0
I2C_2
23
GND
GND
-
Ground
25
D67
CAN_RX
PD0
27
D66
CAN_TX
PD1
29
D65
I/O
PG0
2
D51
USART_B_SCLK
PD7
4
D52
USART_B_RX
PD6
6
D53
USART_B_TX
PD5
8
D54
USART_B_RTS
PD4
10
D55
USART_B_CTS
PD3
12
GND
GND
-
14
D56
SAI_A_MCLK
PE2(3)
16
D57
SAI_A_FS
PE4
18
D58
SAI_A_SCK
PE5
20
D59
SAI_A_SD
PE6
22
D60
SAI_B_SD
PE3
24
D61
SAI_B_SCK
PF8
26
D62
SAI_B_MCLK
PF7
28
D63
SAI_B_FS
PF9
30
D64
I/O
PG1
Remark
CAN_1
I/O
USART_2
Ground
-
SAI_1_A
SAI_1_B
I/O
Right Connectors
CN7
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I2S_A_MCK
PC6
3
D17
I2S_A_SD
PB15
5
D18
I2S_A_CK
PB13(4)
7
D19
I2S_A_WS
PB12
9
D20
I2S_B_WS
PA15
11
D21
I2S_B_MCK
PC7
13
D22
I2S_B_SD/
SPI_B_MOSI
PB5
15
D23
I2S_B_CK/ SPI_B_SCK
PB3
17
D24
SPI_B_NSS
PA4
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Table 16. NUCLEO-F429ZI pin assignments (continued)
Connector
CN7
CN10
Pin
Pin
name
Signal name
STM32
pin
Function
Remark
19
D25
SPI_B_MISO
PB4
I2S_3 / SPI3
-
2
D15
I2C_A_SCL
PB8
I2C1_SCL
4
D14
I2C_A_SDA
PB9
I2C1_SDA
6
AREF
AREF
8
GND
GND
10
D13
SPI_A_SCK
PA5
SPI1_SCK
12
D12
SPI_A_MISO
PA6
SPI1_MISO
14
D11
SPI_A_MOSI/
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PA7(1)(2)
or PB5(1)
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16
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PD14
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18
D9
TIMER_B_PWM2
PD15
TIM4_CH4
20
D8
I/O
PF12
-
1
AVDD
AVDD
3
AGND
AGND
5
GND
GND
7
A6
ADC_A_IN
PB1
ADC12_IN9
9
A7
ADC_B_IN
PC2
ADC123_IN12
11
A8
ADC_C_IN
PF4
ADC3_IN14
13
D26
I/O
PB6
15
D27
I/O
PB2
17
GND
GND
-
19
D28
I/O
PD13
21
D29
I/O
PD12
23
D30
I/O
PD11
25
D31
I/O
PE2(3)
27
GND
GND
-
Ground
29
D32
TIMER_C_PWM1
PA0
TIM2_CH1
31
D33
TIMER_D_PWM1
PB0
TIM3_CH3
33
D34
TIMER_B_ETR
PE0
TIM4_ETR
2
D7
I/O
PF13
-
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Table 16. NUCLEO-F429ZI pin assignments (continued)
Connector
CN10
Pin
Pin
name
Signal name
STM32
pin
Function
4
D6
TIMER_A_PWM1
PE9
TIM1_CH1
6
D5
TIMER_A_PWM2
PE11
TIM1_CH2
8
D4
I/O
PF14
-
10
D3
TIMER_A_PWM3
PE13
TIM1_CH3
12
D2
I/O
PF15
-
14
D1
USART_A_TX
PG14
16
D0
USART_A_RX
PG9
18
D42
TIMER_A_PWM1N
PE8
TIM1_CH1N
20
D41
TIMER_A_ETR
PE7
TIM1_ETR
22
GND
GND
-
Ground
24
D40
TIMER_A_PWM2N
PE10
TIM1_CH2N
26
D39
TIMER_A_PWM3N
PE12
TIM1_CH3N
28
D38
I/O
PE14
I/O
30
D37
TIMER_A_BKIN1
PE15
TIM1_BKIN1
32
D36
TIMER_C_PWM2
PB10
TIM2_CH3
34
D35
TIMER_C_PWM3
PB11
TIM2_CH4
Remark
Arduino
support
USART6
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1. Refer to Table 11: Solder bridges for details.
2. PA7 is used as D11 and connected to CN7 pin 14 by default. If JP6 is ON, it is also connected to both
Ethernet PHY as RMII_DV and CN9 pin 15. In this case only one function of the Ethernet or D11 could be
used.
3. PE2 is connected to both CN9 pin 14 (SAI_A_MCLK) and CN10 pin 25 (IO). Only one function can be used
at one time.
4. PB13 is used as I2S_A_CK and connected to CN7 pin 5 by default. If JP7 is ON, it is also connected to the
Ethernet PHY as RMII_TXD1. In this case only one function of the Ethernet or I2S_A could be used.
6.15
ST morpho connector
The ST morpho connector consists in male pin header footprints CN11 and CN12 (not
soldered by default). They can be used to connect the STM32 Nucleo-144 board to an
extension board or a prototype/wrapping board placed on top of the STM32 Nucleo-144
board. All signals and power pins of the STM32 are available on the ST morpho connector.
This connector can also be probed by an oscilloscope, logical analyzer or voltmeter.
Table 17 and Table 18 show the pin assignment of each main STM32 on the ST morpho
connector.
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Table 17. ST morpho connector for NUCLEO-F207ZG,
NUCLEO-F429ZI, NUCLEO-F446ZE, NUCLEO-F746ZG, NUCLEO-F767ZI
CN11 odd pins
CN11 even pins
CN12 odd pins
CN12 even pins
Pin
Pin name
Pin
Pin name
Pin
Pin name
Pin
Pin name
1
PC10
2
PC11
1
PC9
2
PC8
3
PC12
4
PD2
3
PB8
4
PC6
5
VDD
6
E5V
5
PB9
6
PC5
7
BOOT0(1)
8
GND
7
AVDD
8
U5V(2)
9
PF6
10
-
9
GND
10
PD8
11
PF7
12
IOREF
11
PA5
12
PA12
13
PA13(3)
14
RESET
13
PA6
14
PA11
15
(3)
16
+3V3
15
PA7
16
PB12
PA14
17
PA15
18
+5V
17
PB6
18
PB11
19
GND
20
GND
19
PC7
20
GND
21
PB7
22
GND
21
PA9
22
PB2
23
PC13
24
VIN
23
PA8
24
PB1
25
PC14
26
-
25
PB10
26
PB15
27
PC15
28
PA0
27
PB4
28
PB14
29
PH0
30
PA1
29
PB5
30
PB13
31
PH1
32
PA4
31
PB3
32
AGND
33
VBAT
34
PB0
33
PA10
34
PC4
35
PC2
36
PC1
35
PA2
36
PF5
37
PC3
38
PC0
37
PA3
38
PF4
39
PD4
40
PD3
39
GND
40
PE8
41
PD5
42
PG2
41
PD13
42
PF10
43
PD6
44
PG3
43
PD12
44
PE7
45
PD7
46
PE2
45
PD11
46
PD14
47
PE3
48
PE4
47
PE10
48
PD15
49
GND
50
PE5
49
PE12
50
PF14
51
PF1
52
PF2
51
PE14
52
PE9
53
PF0
54
PF8
53
PE15
54
GND
55
PD1
56
PF9
55
PE13
56
PE11
57
PD0
58
PG1
57
PF13
58
PF3
59
PG0
60
GND
59
PF12
60
PF15
61
PE1
62
PE6
61
PG14
62
PF11
63
PG9
64
PG15
63
GND
64
PE0
65
PG12
66
PG10
65
PD10
66
PG8
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Table 17. ST morpho connector for NUCLEO-F207ZG,
NUCLEO-F429ZI, NUCLEO-F446ZE, NUCLEO-F746ZG, NUCLEO-F767ZI (continued)
CN11 odd pins
CN11 even pins
CN12 odd pins
CN12 even pins
Pin
Pin name
Pin
Pin name
Pin
Pin name
Pin
Pin name
67
-
68
PG13
67
PG7
68
PG5
69
PD9
70
PG11
69
PG4
70
PG6
1. Default state of BOOT0 is 0. It can be set to 1 when a jumper is plugged on the pins 5-7 of CN11.
2. U5V is the 5 V power coming from the ST-LINKV2-1 USB connector that rises before and it rises before
+5V rising on the board.
3. PA13 and PA14 are shared with SWD signals connected to ST-LINK/V2-1. If ST-LINK part is not cut, it is
not recommended to use them as IO pins.
Table 18. ST morpho connector for NUCLEO-F303ZE
CN11 odd pins
CN11 even pins
CN12 odd pins
CN12 even pins
Pin
Name
Pin
Name
Pin
Name
Pin
Name
1
PC10
2
PC11
1
PC9
2
PC8
3
PC12
4
PD2
3
PB8
4
PC6
5
VDD
6
E5V
5
PB9
6
PC5
8
GND
7
AVDD
8
U5V(2)
7
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9
PF6
10
-
9
GND
10
PD8
11
PF7
12
IOREF
11
PA5
12
PA12
13
PA13(3)
14
RESET
13
PA6
14
PA11
15
PA14(3)
16
+3V3
15
PA7
16
PB12
17
PA15
18
+5V
17
PB6
18
PB11
19
GND
20
GND
19
PC7
20
GND
21
PB7
22
GND
21
PA9
22
PB2
23
PC13
24
VIN
23
PA8
24
PB1
25
PC14
26
-
25
PB10
26
PB15
27
PC15
28
PA0
27
PB4
28
PB14
29
PF0
30
PA1
29
PB5
30
PB13
31
PF1
32
PA4
31
PB3
32
AGND
33
VBAT
34
PB0
33
PA10
34
PC4
35
PC2
36
PC1
35
PA2
36
PF5
37
PC3
38
PC0
37
PA3
38
PF4
39
PD4
40
PD3
39
GND
40
PE8
41
PD5
42
PG2
41
PD13
42
PF10
43
PD6
44
PG3
43
PD12
44
PE7
45
PD7
46
PE2
45
PD11
46
PD14
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Table 18. ST morpho connector for NUCLEO-F303ZE (continued)
CN11 odd pins
CN11 even pins
CN12 odd pins
CN12 even pins
Pin
Name
Pin
Name
Pin
Name
Pin
Name
47
PE3
48
PE4
47
PE10
48
PD15
49
GND
50
PE5
49
PE12
50
PF14
51
PH1
52
PF2
51
PE14
52
PE9
53
PH0
54
PF8
53
PE15
54
GND
55
PD1
56
PF9
55
PE13
56
PE11
57
PD0
58
PG1
57
PF13
58
PF3
59
PG0
60
GND
59
PF12
60
PF15
61
PE1
62
PE6
61
PG14
62
PF11
63
PG9
64
PG15
63
GND
64
PE0
65
PG12
66
PG10
65
PD10
66
PG8
67
PH2
68
PG13
67
PG7
68
PG5
69
PD9
70
PG11
69
PG4
70
PG6
1. Default state of BOOT0 is 0. It can be set to 1 when a jumper is plugged on the pins 5-7 of CN11.
2. U5V is the 5 V power coming from the ST-LINK/V2-1 USB connector that rises before and it rises before
+5V rising on the board.
3. PA13 and PA14 are shared with the SWD signals connected to ST-LINK/V2-1. If ST-LINK part is not cut, it
is not recommended to use them as IO pins.
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Figure 14. Top and power
U_Connectors
Connectors.SchDoc
U_MCU_144
MCU_144.SchDoc
PA[0..15]
PB[0..15]
PC[0..15]
PD[0..15]
PE[0..15]
PF[0..15]
PG[0..15]
PH[0..2]
COMP2_INP
BOOT0
NRST
U_USB
USB.SchDoc
PA[0..15]
PB[0..15]
PC[0..15]
PD[0..15]
PE[0..15]
PF[0..15]
PG[0..15]
PH[0..2]
COMP2_INP
BOOT0
USB_DP
USB_DM
USB_VBUS
USB_ID
USB_Disconnect
USB_PowerSwitchOn
USB_OverCurrent
VBUS_DET
USB_GPIO_OUT
USB_GPIO_IN
U_Ethernet
Ethernet.SchDoc
U_ST_LINK_V2-1
ST_LINK_V2-1.SCHDOC
RMII_TX_EN
RMII_TXD0
RMII_TXD1
RMII_RXD0
RMII_RXD1
RMII_CRS_DV
RMII_MDC
RMII_MDIO
RMII_REF_CLK
NRST
TCK
TMS
SWO
STLK_RX
STLK_TX
MCO
RMII_TX_EN
RMII_TXD0
RMII_TXD1
RMII_RXD0
RMII_RXD1
RMII_CRS_DV
RMII_MDC
RMII_MDIO
RMII_REF_CLK
PWR_ENn
NRST
U5
LD1117S50TR
3
VIN
Vin
C17
10uF(25V)
Vout
Tab
VIN_5V
2
4
C18
10uF
1
JP3
R21
1K
1
C11
100nF
U4
1
2
2 LD5
Red
8
3
IN
IN
OUT
OUT
FAULT
SET
ON
GND
ST890CDR
Power Switch to supply +5V
from STLINK USB
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7
4
R29
1K
Header 3X2
LD6
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5
U6
6
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R27
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E5V
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5
3
1
C23
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EN
VO
GND
C16
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6
4
2
GND
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NC
3
R28
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Closed
SB3
4
C19
100nF
VDD
JP5
C20
1uF_X5R_0603
5
0
SB1
2
U5V
2
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TMS
SWO
STLK_RX
STLK_TX
MCO
USB_DP
USB_DM
USB_VBUS
USB_ID
+3V3_PER
SB2
Closed
Project: NUCLEO-XXXXZX
Size: A4
Reference: MB1137
Date: 12/2/2015
Revision: B-01
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Note1: Text in italic placed on a wire does not correspond to net name. It just
helps to identify rapidly Arduino's signal related to this wire.
2. Add C58 4.7uF ceramic capacitor on VDD from A-01 to B-01
3. R33's value changed to 200Kohm from A-01 to B-01
4. Add pull-up & pull-down resistors on PB2 for BOOT1 (F4 series) from A-01 to
B-01
5. All peripherals' power changed to +3V3_PER from A-01 to B-01
6. C36 & C37's value changed to 2pF from A-01 to B-01
7. Add R76 1.5K pull-up circuit to USB_DP for F303ZE only from A-01
to B-01
8. LD1 can be controlled by PB0 from A-01 to B-01
9. D11 on CN7 can be set to PB5 from A-01 to B-01
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