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User manual
A premium development tool for sensor hub applications
Introduction
The STEVAL-IDI001V1 is a premium development tool for “sensor hub like” applications. It has a small
form factor (4x4cm) and is based on the STM32F439 microcontroller (Cortex-M4) and a wide range of
STMicroelectronics sensors. It is particularly designed around:
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Environmental sensors:
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humidity and temperature sensor (HTS221)
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absolute pressure sensor(LPS25HB)
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UV index sensor (UVIS25)
iNEMO® inertial measurement unit:
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3D accelerometer + 3D gyroscope + 3D magnetometer (LSM9DS1)
Proximity, ambient light sensors and VCSEL light source:
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Three-in-one smart optical module (2x VL6180X)
Acoustic sensors:
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Digital MEMS microphone array (4x MP34DT01)
The STEVAL-IDI001V1 is also equipped with 8 MB external RAM for complex processing algorithms, a
microSD card expansion for data storage and a Micro-USB connector to communicate with an external
device and for power supply.
Figure 1: STEVAL-IDI001V1
The STEVAL-IDI001V1 offers a set of GPIO expansions that can be used to interface with external
hardware. For instance, the STEVAL-IDI001V1-Exp, shown in Figure 2: "STEVAL-IDI001V1 connected
to the STEVAL-IDI001V1-Exp" and provided with the STEVAL-IDI001V1 kit, allows the interoperability
between STEVAL-IDI001V1, STM32-Nucleo and X-NUCLEO Expansions. Expansion boards can be
connected either via Arduino or Morpho connectors. This document provides detailed hardware
requirements and board descriptions.
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Contents
1
Getting started ................................................................................ 3
1.1
2
3
4
5
6
7
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Hardware requirements .................................................................... 3
System requirements ..................................................................... 4
Hardware description STEVAL-IDI001V1 ...................................... 5
3.1
Board block diagram ........................................................................ 6
3.2
Sensor I²C address selection ........................................................... 6
3.3
Sensors interface switch .................................................................. 6
3.4
Audio acquisition .............................................................................. 7
3.5
Connectors ....................................................................................... 7
Hardware description - STEVAL-IDI001V1-Exp .......................... 10
4.1
Board block diagram ...................................................................... 10
4.2
Connectors ..................................................................................... 10
4.3
Jumper and solder bridge configuration ......................................... 13
4.3.1
Jumper ............................................................................................. 13
4.3.2
Solder bridge ................................................................................... 14
Board schematic and bill of material – STEVAL-IDI001V1 ........ 15
5.1
Bill of material................................................................................. 15
5.2
Schematic diagrams....................................................................... 18
5.3
Layout diagram (top/bottom) .......................................................... 24
Board schematic and bill of material – STEVAL-IDI001V1-Exp . 26
6.1
Bill of materials ............................................................................... 26
6.2
Schematic diagrams....................................................................... 28
6.3
Layout diagram (top/bottom) .......................................................... 31
Revision history ........................................................................... 33
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Getting started
Getting started
This section describes the hardware requirements for the STEVAL-IDI001V1 evaluation
board.
1.1
Hardware requirements
The STEVAL-IDI001V1 can be used as a standalone module or connected to the STEVALIDI001V1-Exp. To function correctly, the STEVAL-IDI001V1 board must be connected to
the STEVAL-IDI001V1-Exp board as shown in the figure below. With this configuration, the
developer can take advantage of the X-NUCLEO expansion boards, connecting them
either via Arduino or Morpho connectors. The STEVAL-IDI001V1 expansion also allows
interfacing the demo board with an STM32Nucleo, using the STEVAL-IDI001V1 as a
sensor hub.
Figure 2: STEVAL-IDI001V1 connected to the STEVAL-IDI001V1-Exp
The STEVAL-IDI001V1 must be connected to the mainboard with care, ensuring that all the
pins match those on the opposite connector. As the board has male/female pass through
connectors, you must handle it carefully to avoid damage or bending the pins. Components
mounted on the STEVAL-IDI001V1 are ESD sensitive, so you must implement the
necessary precautionary measures when handling the board.
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System requirements
Using the STEVAL-IDI001V1 board requires the following software and hardware:
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a Windows PC (XP, Vista, 7, 8) to install the software package
a USB type A to Micro USB cable to connect the STEVAL-IDI001V1 to the PC for
power supply and communication
STM32 Composite driver (VCP+Audio) contained in the Driver folder of the package
Audio recording software to record and save the audio stream. Any free or commercial
audio recording software like Audacity (http://audacity.sourceforge.net/) can be used
ST-Link V2 or STM32-Nucleo board, with SWD cable adapter and ST-Link Utility for
firmware download (http://www.st.com/web/en/catalog/tools/PF258168)
A utility running on the user PC will complete the demo. The PC must have the following
characteristics:
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At least 128 MB of RAM
50 MB of hard disk space available
The STEVAL-IDI001V1 firmware and related documentation is available on www.st.com.
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Hardware description STEVAL-IDI001V1
Hardware description STEVAL-IDI001V1
This board offers to the user an evaluation kit for STMicroelectronics motion MEMS
(accelerometer, gyroscope, magnetometer), environmental sensors (humidity, temperature,
pressure and UV index), optical module (proximity and ambient light) and digital
microphone array. The high processing power of the STM32F439 allows the user to
implement embedded sensor fusion algorithms. The obtained data can be stored in a
microSD card through the adapter mounted on the board via USB, or a different interface if
the proper expansion board is plugged on the STEVAL-IDI001V1-Exp. The main
components mounted on board are::
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LSM9DS1: MEMS 3D accelerometer (±2/±4/±8g) + 3D gyroscope
(±245/±500/±2000dps) + 3D magnetometer (±4/±8/±12/±16 gauss)
LPS25HB: MEMS pressure sensor, 260-1260 hPa absolute digital output barometer
HTS221: Capacitive digital relative humidity and temperature sensor
UVIS25: Ultraviolet radiation index sensors
2x VL6180X: range and ambient light sensor, IR emitter
4x MP34DT01: ultra-compact, low-power, omnidirectional, digital MEMS microphone
STM32F439IIH6: high performances MCU ARM®Cortex™-M4F @ 180MHz with
256KB of embedded SRAM
External SRAM: 8MB of external SRAM
All the sensors, excluding the microphones, are connected to a single I²C bus. The
LSM9DS1 and the LPS25HB can also be connected via SPI, thanks to a hardware switch
which is programmable through the microcontroller. The four microphones are instead
connected to four different GPIOs.
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Board block diagram
Figure 3: STEVAL-IDI001V1 block diagram
3.2
Sensor I²C address selection
Most of the sensors allow selection of the LSB of the I²C address by pulling the SA0 pin low
or high.
Table 1: SA0 level control
Sensor
MCU pin
Default
LSM9DS1 (U8)
PI9
Low
LPS25HB (U12)
PI10
Low
UVIS25 (U19)
PI8
Low
The proximity and ambient light sensors (VL6180x) have a default I²C address, but can be
modified via I²C in order to manage more than one sensor on the same bus.
3.3
Sensors interface switch
The 9 axes IMU (LSM9DS1) and the pressure sensor (LPS25HB), can be acquired through
the SPI or I²C interfaces. To make these alternatives available, an analog switch (U17) can
be configured by firmware. By manipulating the proper selection pin, the developer can
interact with those sensors via SPI or via I²C.
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Audio acquisition
A digital MEMS microphone can be acquired using different peripherals, such as SPI, I²S or
GPIO. It requires an input clock and it outputs a PDM stream at the same frequency. This
PDM stream is further filtered and decimated in order to be converted in PCM format, the
main standard for audio transmission. In the STEVAL-IDI001V1 board, four microphones
are connected to four different GPIOs. A precise clock signal is generated by a timer and
provided to the microphones; the DMA operates at the same frequency. By configuring an
analog switch (U18) via firmware, you can acquire four external microphones instead of the
four on-board ones on the same GPIOs. You can also acquire up to eight additional
external microphones through the J9 connector.
3.5
Connectors
The next table shows the pin assignment for connectors J2, J3, J8 and J9.
Table 2: STEVAL-IDI001V1 connector table
Connector
Pin
1
GPIO
PA0
2
3
Specific function
2V8
PA1
4
5V
5
PA2
6
PB12 / PF6
7
PA3
8
PB13 / PF7
9
PA5
10
PB0 / PF8
11
PA7
12
PB7 / PF9
13
PA15
14
PC10
15
PB10
16
PC11
17
PB11
18
PD2
19
PC6
SAI1_SD_B
SAI1_MCLK_B
SAI1_SCK_B
J2
J3
SAI1_FS_B
12288MHz Crystal
20
GND
1
2V8
2
PH9
ITU_D0
3
PH14
ITU_D4
4
PH11
ITU_D2
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Pin
GPIO
5
PI5
VSYNC
6
PH10
ITU_D1
7
PI7
ITU_D7
8
PH12
ITU_D3
9
PI6
ITU_D6
10
PA6
VCLK
11
PI4
ITU_D5
12
PA4
HSYNC
13
PF10
CAM_PDN
14
PB6
I2C1_SCL
15
16
J8
1V8
PB8
GND
18
GND
19
3V3
20
PB9
I2C1_SDA
1
PH7
I2C3_SCL
2
PH2
SPI_BUS_CS_1
3
PH8
I2C3_SDA
4
PH3
SPI_BUS_CS_2
5
PB3
SPI1_SCK
6
PH4
SPI_BUS_CS_3
7
PB4
SPI1_MISO
9
3V3
PB5
10
SPI1_MOSI
GND
1
PG8
PDM_M1
2
PG9
PDM_M2
3
PG10
PDM_M3
4
PG11
PDM_M4
5
PG12
PDM_M5
6
PG13
PDM_M6
7
PG14
PDM_M7
8
PG15
PDM_M8
9
PA9
MIC_CLK
10
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17
8
J9
Specific function
3V3
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Pin
11
GPIO
PI2
12
Specific function
EXP_L/R
GND
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Hardware description - STEVAL-IDI001V1-Exp
STEVAL-IDI001V1-Exp is an expansion board that allows the interoperability between
STEVAL-IDI001V1, STM32-Nucleo and X-NUCLEO expansions. Expansion boards can be
connected either via Arduino or Morpho connectors. The hardware is compatible with
STM32-Nucleo and it is possible to use the STEVAL-IDI001V1 as a sensor-Hub by
connecting an STM32-Nucleo to the STEVAL-IDI001V1-Exp. The STEVAL-IDI001V1-Exp
is equipped with Morpho connectors (upward and downward) and Arduino UNO R3
connectors (upward) to accommodate multiple boards. It is also equipped with STEVALIDI001V1 connectors. Three different power supply options are available: STM32-Nucleo (if
plugged), STEVAL-IDI001V1 USB or an external 5 V power supply.
4.1
Board block diagram
Below is a block diagram of the STEVAL-IDI001V1-Exp board and the possible
connections.
Figure 4: STEVAL-IDI001V1-Exp block diagram
4.2
Connectors
The following table shows the connections between the STEVAL-IDI001V1 connector pins
and corresponding Morpho and Arduino connector pins.
Table 3: STEVAL-IDI001V1 - Exp connector table
STEVAL-IDI001V1Exp connector
Arduino / Morpho
connector
STEVALIDI001V1 Signal
X-Nucleo
Signal
Solder
jumper
J2-1
CN8-1 / CN7-28
PA0
PA0
SB14
PA1
SB15
PA4
SB16
PB6
SB13
PB15
SB29
J2-2
J2-3
2V8
CN8-2 / CN7-30
J2-4
J2-5
PA1
5V
CN8-3 / CN7-32
PA2
CN5-3 / CN10-17
J2-6
PB12 / PF6
CN10-26
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J2-7
CN8-4 / CN7-34
PA3
PB0
SB17
J2-8
CN10-4
PB13 / PF7
PC6
SB21
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Arduino / Morpho
connector
STEVALIDI001V1 Signal
X-Nucleo
Signal
Solder
jumper
J2-9
CN8-5 / CN7-36
PA5
PC1
SB18
PB13
SB30
PB10
SB9
PC0
SB19
PB4
SB8
PB12
SB26
PA8
SB10
PA3
SB1
PA2
SB2
PA10
SB38
PB3
SB6
PA3
SB3
PA2
SB4
PA9
SB39
CN10-30
J2-10
PB0 / PF8
CN9-7 / CN10-25
J2-11
CN8-6 / CN7-38
PA7
CN9-6 / CN10-27
J2-12
PB7 / PF9
CN10-16
J2-13
CN9-8 / CN10-23
PA15
CN9-1 / CN10-37
J2-14
CN9-2 / CN10-35
PC10
CN9-3 / CN10-33
J2-15
CN9-4 / CN10-31
PB10
CN9-1 / CN10-35
J2-16
CN9-2 / CN10-37
PC11
CN5-1 / CN10-21
J2-17
CN9-3 / CN10-33
PB11
PA10
SB5
J2-18
CN5-1 / CN10-19
PD2
PA9
SB11
J2-19
CN5-2 / CN10-19
PC6
PC7
SB12
J2-20
GND
J4-1 / J3-2
2V8
J4-2 / J3-1
PH9
J4-3 / J3-4
PH14
J4-4 / J3-3
PH11
J4-5 / J3-6
PI5
J4-6 / J3-5
PH10
J4-7 / J3-8
PI7
J4-8 / J3-7
PH12
J4-9 / J3-10
PI6
J4-10 / J3-9
PA6
J4-11 / J3-12
PI4
J4-12 / J3-11
PA4
J4-13 / J3-14
PF10
J4-14 / J3-13
PB6
J4-15 / J3-16
1V8
J4-16 / J3-15
PB8
J4-17 / J3-18
GND
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STEVALIDI001V1 Signal
J4-18 / J3-17
GND
J4-19 / J3-20
3V3
J4-20 / J3-19
PB9
X-Nucleo
Signal
Solder
jumper
J8-1
CN5-10 / CN10-3
PH7
PB8
SB33
J8-2
CN10-10
PH2
NC
SB23
J8-3
CN5-9 / CN10-5
PH8
PB9
SB34
J8-4
CN10-12
PH3
PA12
SB24
PB3
SB40
PA5
SB35
CN9-4 / CN10-31
J8-5
PB3
CN5-6 / CN10-11
J8-6
CN10-14
PH4
PA11
SB25
J8-7
CN5-5 / CN10-13
PB4
PA6
SB36
PA7
SB37
J8-8
J8-9
3V3
CN5-4 / CN10-15
J8-10
PB5
GND
J9-1
CN10-2
PG8
PC8
SB20
J9-2
CN10-1
PG9
PC9
SB27
J9-3
CN7-1
PG10
PC10
SB22
J9-4
CN7-2
PG11
PC11
SB41
J9-5
CN10-28
PG12
PB14
SB28
J9-6
CN10-28
PG13
PB14
SB41
J9-7
CN7-3
PG14
PC12
SB43
CN7-3
PG15
Reset
SB44
CN7-14
PG15
Reset
SB45
PC4
SB31
PB5
SB7
NC
SB32
J9-8
CN10-34
J9-9
PA9
CN9-5 / CN10-29
J9-10
J9-11
J9-12
3V3
CN10-36
PI2
GND
The following table gives the power supply connections.
Table 4: Power supply connections
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Connector - Pin
Signal
CN6-2 (Arduino)
3V3
CN6-4 (Arduino)
3V3
CN6-5 (Arduino)
5V
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Connector - Pin
Signal
CN6-6 (Arduino)
GND
CN6-7 (Arduino)
GND
CN6-8 (Arduino)
VIN
CN5-7 (Arduino)
3V3
CN5-8 (Arduino)
GND
CN7-12 (Morpho)
3V3
CN7-16 (Morpho)
3V3
CN7-18 (Morpho)
5V
CN7-20 (Morpho)
GND
CN7-22 (Morpho)
GND
CN7-24 (Morpho)
VIN
CN10-7 (Morpho)
3V3
CN10-9 (Morpho)
GND
J9-10 (STEVAL-IDI001V1)
3V3
J9-12 (STEVAL-IDI001V1)
GND
J2-2 (STEVAL-IDI001V1)
2V8
J2-4 (STEVAL-IDI001V1)
5V
J2-20 (STEVAL-IDI001V1)
GND
J8-8 (STEVAL-IDI001V1)
3V3
J8-10 (STEVAL-IDI001V1)
GND
J3-2 (STEVAL-IDI001V1)
2V8
J3-16 (STEVAL-IDI001V1)
1V8
J3-17 (STEVAL-IDI001V1)
GND
J3-18 (STEVAL-IDI001V1)
GND
J3-20 (STEVAL-IDI001V1)
3V3
J1-1 (STEVAL-IDI001V1-Exp)
5V
J1-2 (STEVAL-IDI001V1-Exp)
3V3
J1-3 (STEVAL-IDI001V1-Exp)
2V8
J1-4 (STEVAL-IDI001V1-Exp)
GND
4.3
Jumper and solder bridge configuration
4.3.1
Jumper
The following table shows the possible jumper configurations for the STEVAL-IDI001V1Exp.
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Table 5: STEVAL-IDI001V1-Exp jumper configuration
Jumper
ID
J5
Configuration
Function
Off
If STM32-Nucleo is plugged.
On 2-3
If STM32-Nucleo isn’t plugged and the STEVAL-IDI001V1 USB is
used as power supply.
On 1-2
If STM32-Nucleo isn’t plugged and VIN is used as power supply.
On
STEVAL-IDI001V1 is used as a Host.
Off
STEVAL-IDI001V1 is used as an expansion board.
On
5V and VIN connected
Off
5V and VIN not connected
J6
J7
4.3.2
Solder bridge
The following table shows the solder bridges that need to be closed in order to use the
BlueNRG (X-NUCLEO-IDB04A1) and MEMS (X-NUCLEO-IKS01A1) expansions boards.
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Solder Jumper ID
Configuration
Function
SB2 and SB3
Closed
STEVAL-IDI001V1 is the Host
SB10
Closed
STEVAL-IDI001V1 signal: PA15
SB14
Closed
STEVAL-IDI001V1 signal: PA0
SB15
Closed
STEVAL-IDI001V1 signal: PA1
SB33
Closed
STEVAL-IDI001V1 signal: I2C3-SCL
SB34
Closed
STEVAL-IDI001V1 signal: I2C3-SDA
SB36
Closed
STEVAL-IDI001V1 signal: SPI1-MISO
SB37
Closed
STEVAL-IDI001V1 signal: SPI1-MOSI
SB40
Closed
STEVAL-IDI001V1 signal: SPI1-SCK
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Board schematic and bill of material – STEVALIDI001V1
This section gives the STEVAL-IDI001V1-related bill of materials, schematic and layout.
5.1
Bill of material
Table 7: STEVAL-IDI001V1 bill of materials
Type / Tech
info.
Package
Additional
notes
22 µF
Ceramic XR5
0805
Manufacturer:
Kemet or
equivalent
C11,C81
10 pF
Ceramic C0G
0402
2
C13,C15
4.7 pF
Ceramic C0G
0402
31
C17,C24,C26,C27,C28,
C33,C34,C35,C37,C38,
C41,C42,C43,C45,C47,
C49,C54,C55,C56,C57,
C59,C60,C61,C63,C64,
C76,C77,C79,C82,C83,
C84
100 nF
Ceramic X7R
0402
3
C21,C46,C48
2.2 µF
Ceramic XR5
0402
2
C22,C29
1 µF
Ceramic XR5
0402
3
C30,C31,C52
10 nF
Ceramic X7R
0402
1
C32
4.7 µF 10%
Ceramic XR5
0603
5
C36,C66,C67,C78,C80
4.7 µF 20%
Ceramic XR5
0402
1
C39
15pF
Ceramic C0G
0805
1
C40
10 µF
Ceramic XR5
0805
1
C58
10 µF
Tantal
2012-12
1
C69
10 µF
Ceramic XR5
1206
1
C70
10 µF
Ceramic XR5
0603
1
D1
SMM4F18A
Transil
DO-222AA
ST-Supply
1
LED1
LED_R
0603
ROHM or
equivalent
2
LED2,D3
LED_G
0603
ROHM or
equivalent
2
D4,D6
STPS140Z
Power
Schottky
rectifier
SOD123
ST-Supply
1
J1
PCB Header
4 pin
PCB Header
p2,54
Qty
Reference
Part / Value
1
CN1
Not mount
3
C1,C2,C68
2
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Qty
Reference
Part / Value
Type / Tech
info.
2
J2,J3
GPIO
Expansion
PCB Header
1,27x2,54
Manufacturer:
Harwin. Mount
on Bottom
3
J4,J5,J14
Not mount
1
J8
SPI + I2C
Bus
Expansion
PCB Header
1,27x2,54
Manufacturer:
Harwin. Mount
on Bottom
1
J9
Mic
connector
PCB Header
1,27x2,54
Manufacturer:
Harwin. Mount
on Bottom
1
L1
3.6 µH
3x3mm
Manufacturer:
Panasonic
2
L2,L3
3.3 µH / 870
mA
2.8x2.6mm
Manufacturer:
TDK
3x4mm
ST-Supply. Do
NOT wash the
PCB after
assembly
MEMS audio
sensor
Package
Additional
notes
4
M1,M2,M3,M4
MP34DT01
12
R1,R4,R8,R13,R16,R21
,R26,R33,R36,R37,R58
,R68
10 K
0402
6
R3,R12,R14,R31,R32,R
65
Not mount
0402
6
R5,R6,R28,R29,R41,R6
4
0R
0402
1
R10
47 K 1%
0402
1
R11
15 K 1%
0402
3
R19,R20,R54
470 R
0402
7
R22,R23,R24,R25,R27,
R66,R67
4K7
0402
1
R30
51 K 1%
0402
1
R38
270 K 1%
0402
1
R39
41 K 1%
0402
1
R40
33 K 1%
0402
1
R48
12 K 1%
0402
1
R49
30 K 1%
0402
1
SW1
Reset
Manufacturer: ESWITCH
1
SW2
SYS_MODE
Manufacturer: ESWITCH
1
U1
IS66WVE4M
16BLL
SRAM
DocID028657 Rev 1
VFBGA48
Manufacturer:
ISSI
Board schematic and bill of material – STEVALIDI001V1
UM1988
Qty
Reference
Part / Value
Type / Tech
info.
Package
Additional
notes
1
U2
LDK120xx
200mA very
low noise
LDO
DFN6
ST-Supply
1
U3
ST2S08B
Dual power
switching
regulator
QFN12L
ST-Supply
1
U4
USBLC62P6
Very low
capacitance
ESD
protection
SOT666
ST-Supply
1
U6
USB-MICRO
1
U7
STM32F439I
IH6
STM32F4
Microcontrolle
r
uFBGA176
ST-Supply
1
U8
LSM9DS1
9 DoF IMU
LGA-24
(4x4x1.0
mm)
ST-Supply
1
U11
ST1S03PU
Power
switching
regulator
DFN6
ST-Supply
1
U12
LPS25H
Pressure
Sensor
(2.5 x 2.5 x
1.0 mm)
ST-Supply
1
U13
HTS221
Humidity,
Temperature
HLGA-6L(2
x 2 x 0.9
mm)
ST-Supply
2
U14,U15
VL6180
Proximity,
ALS Sensor
12-pin
optical QFN
ST-Supply
1
U16
Micro-SD
Micro-SD
1
U17
STG3820BJ
R
Quad DPDT
analog switch
Flip Chip
30
ST-Supply
1
U18
STG3693
Quad DPDT
analog switch
QFN16L
ST-Supply
1
U19
UVIS25
UV Sensor
(2.5 x 2.5 x
1.0 mm)
ST-Supply
Manufacturer:
HIROSE
Manufacturer:
HIROSE
1
X1
16MHz
2.5x2 mm
Manufacturer:
Epson Toyocom.
Check
orientation
1
X2
32.768 KHz
3.2x1.5 mm
Manufacturer:
Epson
1
X3
Not mount
2.5x3.2mm
Manufacturer:
EPSON
TOYOCOM
DocID028657 Rev 1
17/34
SMM4F18 A
D1
10uF/6.3V
C 70
1
10
5
11
HV
INH
VIN _SW
VIN _A
U3
7
5
4
6
8
R 40
33K 1%
SW1
FB1
SW2
FB2
4
2
ST2S08 B
10uF/25V
C 69
2.8V Linear
- Camera Analog
- Sensors
+
5V
The R, C, L, D, s hould be near to ST1S03
due to high switching frequencies
N ot Mout
1
2
EP
VIN _A
VIN _SW
GND
R 30
51K 1%
SW
N.C.
R 39
1uF
C 22
3V3
R 13
22uF/6.3V/X5R
10K
1V8
R 38
270K 1%
3
6
C1
41K 1%
3.3u H /870 m A
L3
3.3u H /870 m A
L2
2
1
2
U 11 ST1S03P U
VF B
1
V_ IN
1
R 10
EN
IN
U2
AD J
OUT
R 20
3
R 48
12K 1%
2V8
470R
5V_R EG
R 49
30K 1%
22uF/6.3V/X5R
C2
1
Max 200mA
LD K120xx
47K 1%
22uF/6.3V/X5R
Ceramic X5R/X7R
C 68
Max 1.5 A
STPS140 Z
3V3
5V_R EG
5V
D4
1A
DB3015C
3.6u H
L1
R 11
15K 1%
R 12
NC
4
6
2
C N1
9
NC
EP
GN D1
GN D2
GN D _A
13
7
3
12
DocID028657 Rev 1
2
5 GND
NC
5V
2
18/34
2.2uF
C 21
1
R 31
R 32
R 28
R 29
2
STPS140 Z
D3
LED _G
1
D6
V_U SB
USB HS in FS mode
PB1 4
PB1 5
PA1 1
PA1 2
USB FS
NC
NC
0R
0R
R 14
NC
3V3
Embedded in STM32
2
3
1
GND
D2
D1
U4
D3
D4
VBU S
U SBLC 6-2P6
100nF
C 47
V_U SB
V_U SB
U SB-MIC RO
1
2
3
4
PA1 0
5
V_U SB
1
1
1
Fix ing holes
O n the c orners
Hole: 2.2mm
Head: 4mm
4
6
5
U6
5.2
SH 2
SH 1
5-15V
Board schematic and bill of material – STEVALIDI001V1
UM1988
Schematic diagrams
Figure 5: STEVAL-IDI001V1 board schematic part 1
GSPG16112015D1135
I
R E S E T_
IN
B OOT0
V _R _A
P B0
LE D _R
MIC _C LK
P A 10
P A 11
U SB FS
P A 12
SW DIO
SW D C LK
P A 15
C 46
C 48
LS M9D S 1_C S _M
P D2
LS M9D S 1_C S _AG
U VIS 3_IN T1/D R DY
LS M9D S 1_INT1_A G
LS M9D S 1_INT2_A G
LS M9D S 1_D E N _
G
LS M9D S 1_INT_M
LS M9D S 1_D R DY_M
P C6
MIC _C LK
P C8
P C9
P C 10
P C 11
P C 12
LP S 25H _INT
2.2u F
2.2u F
FS MC _N E1
FS MC _D 13
FS MC _D 14
FS MC _D 15
FS MC _A 16
FS MC _A 17
FS MC _A 18
FS MC _D0
FS MC _D1
FS MC _N OE
FS MC _NW E
FS MC _D2
FS MC _D3
O S C 32_IN
O S C 32_O UT
12288MH z
B OOT1
P A0
U SAR T2_TX ??
P A1
U SAR T2_R X ??
P A2
P A3
H SYNC
P A5
V C LK
P A7
12288MH z
S PI1_S C K
S PI1_M ISO
S PI1_MO S I
I2C 1_S CL
P B7
C A M_C LK
I2C 1_S DA
P B 10
P B 11
P B 12
P B 13
P B 14
U SB H S n
i FS m ode
P B 15
SPI 1: PB3/ 4/ 5
U 7-2
S TM32 F439 I IH6
F6
F7
F8
F9
F10
G6
G7
G8
G9
G10
H6
H7
H8
H9
H10
J6
J7
J8
J9
J10
K6
K7
K8
K9
K10
V CA P
2
V CA P
1
B12
C12
D12
D11
D10
C11
B11
A11
P15
P14
N15
N14
N13
M15
M14
L1 4
M2
M3
M4
M5
N5
P5
H15
G15
G14
F14
B14
B13
A12
D1
E1
F1
R5
R4
M6
A10
A9
A6
B6
B5
A5
B4
R12
R13
P12
P13
R14
R15
N3
N2
P2
R2
N4
P4
P3
R3
F15
E15
D15
C15
B15
A15
A14
A13
J1
D6
P1
N1
PD0
PD1
PD2
PD3
PD4
PD5
PD6
PD7
PD8
PD9
PD10
PD11
PD12
PD13
PD14
PD15
PC0
PC1
PC2
PC3
PC4
PC5
PC6
PC7
PC8
PC9
PC10
PC11
PC12
PC13 -TAMP1
PC14 -OSC32_ IN
PC15 -OSC32_ OUT
P B0
P B1
P B2
P B3
P B4
P B5
P B6
P B7
P B8
P B9
P B10
P B11
P B12
P B13
P B14
P B15
P A0-WKUP
P A1
P A2
P A3
P A4
U 7-1
P A5
P A6
P A7
P A8
STM 32 F439 I IH6
P A9
P A10
P A11
P A12
P A13
P A14
P A15
N RST
BOOT0
VREF+
VREF-
V S S_9
V S S_1 0
V S S_1 1
V SS
V SS
V SS
V SS
V SS
V SS
V SS
V SS
V SS
V SS
V SS
V SS
V SS
V SS
V SS
V SS
V SS
V SS
V SS
V SS
V SS
V SS
V SS
V SS
V SS
V B AT
C1
V _B ATT
VCA P1
VCA P2
B Y P A S -REG
S
M10
F13
L4
3V 3
PI0
PI1
PI2
PI3
PI4
PI5
PI6
PI7
PI8-TAMP2
PI9
PI10
PI11
PH0-OSC-IN
PH1-OSC-OUT
PH2
PH3
PH4
PH5
PH6
PH7
PH8
PH9
PH10
PH11
PH12
PH13
PH14
PH15
PG0
PG1
PG2
PG3
PG4
PG5
PG6
PG7
PG8
PG9
PG10
PG11
PG12
PG13
PG14
PG15
PF0
PF1
PF2
PF3
PF4
PF5
PF6
PF7
PF8
PF9
PF10
PF11
PF12
PF13
PF14
PF15
P E0
P E1
P E2
P E3
P E4
P E5
P E6
P E7
P E8
P E9
P E10
P E11
P E12
P E13
P E14
P E15
P D M_O N B OA R D _SL E
V L6180_1_GP IO0
P D M_M1_uC
P D M_M2_uC
P D M_M3_uC
P D M_M4_uC
P D M_M5
P D M_M6
P D M_M7
P D M_M8
FS MC _A 10
FS MC _A 11
FS MC _A 12
FS MC _A 13
FS MC _A 14
FS MC _A 15
E14
D14
C14
C13
D4
C4
C3
C2
D2
D3
E3
E4
B OOT0
P H 15
V L6180_G P IO0
V L6180_G P IO1
E X P _L/R
LS M9D S 1_S EL
ITU _D 5
V SYNC
ITU _D 6
ITU _D 7
U VIS 3_S A0
PI 8 m axim um
LS M9D S 1_S A0 load 30pF
LP S 25H _S A0
LP S 25H _S EL
G1 O S C _IN
H1
O S C _O UT
F4
S PI_B U S _C S 1_
SPI Bus C S
G4
S PI_B U S _C S 2
_
H4
S PI_B U S _C S 3
_
J4
LP S 25H _CS
M11
V L6180_1_GP IO1
N12
I2C 3_S CL
M12
I2C 3_S DA
M13
ITU _D 0
L1 3
ITU _D 1
L1 2
ITU _D 2
K12
ITU _D 3
E12
U VIS 3_CS
E13
ITU _D 4
D13
P H 15
N7
M7
L1 5
K15
K14
K13
J15
J14
H14
C10
B10
B9
B8
A8
A7
B7
FS MC _A6
FS MC _A7
FS MC _A8
FS MC _A9
FS MC _A0
FS MC _A1
FS MC _A2
FS MC _A3
FS MC _A4
FS MC _A5
E2
H3
H2
J2
J3
K3
K2
K1
L3
L2
L1
R6
P6
N6
R7
P7
S AI1_S D _B
S AI1_MC LK _B
S AI1_S C K _B
S AI1_ FS _B
C A M_P DN
LE D _G
FS MC _N B 0
L
FS MC _N B 1
L
P E2
FS MC _A 19
FS MC _A 20
FS MC _A 21 TR AC E I N TER FAC E?
12288_E N
FS MC _D4
FS MC _D5
FS MC _D6
FS MC _D7
FS MC _D8
FS MC _D9
FS MC _D 10
FS MC _D 11
FS MC _D 12
A4
A3
A2
A1
B1
B2
B3
R8
P8
P9
R9
P10
R10
N11
P11
R11
<90m A
EMBEDDED BO O TLO ADE R
USART1(PA9/PA10 )
USART3(PB10/11 and PC10/11)
CAN2(PB5/13 )
USB O TG FS(PA11/12) in DFU mode
V S S_2
F12
V S S_5
V S S_6
V S S_7
G2
M8
M9
R4
10 K
1
R6
SW 2
3V 3
SW DIO
SW D C LK
SYS _MODE
2
C 15
X2
C 13
R 33
10 K
R8
10 K
C 24
C 37
C 35
C 34
Clos e to VDD_1/15
C 26
4.7p F
4.7p F
C 29
1u F
+
3V 3
3V 3
J1
R1
10 K
R3
NC
RES E
T_IN
B OOT1
3V 3
STRIP 254P -M-4
1
2
3
4
100n F
C 77
100n F
C 41
3V 3
R 65
10n F
C 30
R5
1
SW 1
RES E
T
NC
12288_E N
C 17
R 16
10 K
2
3V 3
10n F
C 31
V _R _A
0R
Clos e to VDDA
SWD Program m i ng Interfac e
O S C 32_O UT
32 .768K H z
O S C 32_IN
100n F
C 33
V _B ATT
0R
Ser ial Audio I nt er f ace
SPI
3V 3
Clos e to V_BATT
C 28
C 43
C 45
EN
VDD
X3
4.7u F
C 32
E4
D3
H1
G2
H6
E3
FS MC _A 16
FS MC _A 17
FS MC _A 18
FS MC _A 19
FS MC _A 20
FS MC _A 21
OE#
WE#
UB#
LB#
A16
A17
A18
A19
A20
A21
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
U1
2
3
S PI_B U S _C S 3
_
15p F
C 39
V S SQ
V SS
VC CQ
VCC
CE#
C RE
DQ8
DQ9
DQ10
DQ11
DQ12
DQ13
DQ14
DQ15
DQ0
DQ1
DQ2
DQ3
DQ4
DQ5
DQ6
DQ7
SRAM
12288MH z
IS 66W V E 4M16B LL
FS MC _N OE A2
FS MC _NW E G5
FS MC _N B 1
L B2
FS MC _N B 0
L A1
H2
H3
H4
H5
G3
G4
F3
F4
FS MC _A8
FS MC _A9
FS MC _A 10
FS MC _A 11
FS MC _A 12
FS MC _A 13
FS MC _A 14
FS MC _A 15
A3
A4
A5
B3
B4
C3
C4
D4
GND
OUT
12.288MHz
FS MC _A0
FS MC _A1
FS MC _A2
FS MC _A3
FS MC _A4
FS MC _A5
FS MC _A6
FS MC _A7
1
4
3V 3
Clos e to VDD_3
100n F 100n F 100n F 100n F 100n F 100n F 100n F 100n F 100n F 100n F
C 27
3V 3
D1
E6
E1
D6
B5
A6
B1
C1
C2
D2
E2
F2
F1
G1
B6
C5
C6
D5
E5
F5
F6
G6
LE D _R
R 54
470 R
0R
3V 3
FS MC _N E1
P E2
FS MC _D8
FS MC _D9
FS MC _D 10
FS MC _D 11
FS MC _D 12
FS MC _D 13
FS MC _D 14
FS MC _D 15
FS MC _D0
FS MC _D1
FS MC _D2
FS MC _D3
FS MC _D4
FS MC _D5
FS MC _D6
FS MC _D7
PE2??
3V 3
C 81
C 11
LE D _G
R 19
3V 3
10p F
10p F
470 R
100n F
C 60
3V 3
LE D2
LE D _G
R 27
4K 7
16MH z
4
X1
2
100n F
C 76
3V 3
C lose t o R AM supply
FS MC _N E1
3
1
LE D1
LE D _R
R EXT
R EXT = 5* R S
R S=R esonat or Ser ies R esist ance
O S C _O UT R 41
O S C _IN
3V 3
2
1
C6
N10
G13
C5
K4
G3
N8
N9
J13
H13
C8
C7
F3
J12
C9
R1
G12
D8
D7
2
1
PD R_ON
VD D_1
VD D_2
VD D_3
VD D_4
VD D_5
VD D_6
VD D_7
VD D_8
VD D_9
VD D_1 0
VD D_1 1
VD D_1 3
VD D_1 4
VD D_1 5
VD DA
V S S_1 3
V S S_1 4
V S S_1 5
F2
H12
D9
V S SA
V S S_SA
DocID028657 Rev 1
M1
D5
UM1988
Board schematic and bill of material – STEVALIDI001V1
Figure 6: STEVAL-IDI001V1 board schematic part 2
GSPG16112015D1140
I
+
+
19/34
100nF
C59
100nF
C80
4.7uF
10
1
C55
10
1
4.7uF
2V8
C56
1
2
3
4
5
6
C64
V DDIO1
S CL/S PC
V DDIO2
S DA/S DI
S DO_A/G
S DO_M
U8
100nF
LP S 25H
V DD
S CL/S PC
V DD_IO S DA/S DI/S DO
S DO/S A0
CS
INT
U19
UVIS 25
V DD
S CL/S PC
V DD_IO S DA/S DI/S DO
S DO/S A0
CS
INT
U12
LS M9DS 1_CS _AG
LS M9DS 1_CS _M
LS M9DS 1_DRDY_M
100nF
C36
2V8
LS M9DS 1_S DO/S A0
LS M9DS 1_S DA/S DI
LS M9DS 1_S CL/S PC
3V3
100nF
C49
8
9
GND1
GND2
8
9
10uF/6.3V
RES
3
RES
3
+ C58
GND1
GND2
24
23
22
21
20
19
2
4
5
6
7
2
4
5
6
7
I2C3_S CL
I2C3_S DA
UVIS 3_S A0
UVIS 3_CS
UVIS 3_INT1/DRDY
LP S 25H_S CL/S PC
LP S 25H_S DA/S DI/S DO
LS P 25H_S DO/S A0
LP S 25H_CS
LP S 25H_INT
LS M9DS 1_INT2_A G
LS M9DS 1_INT1_A G
LS M9DS 1_INT_M
18
17
16
15
14
13
10nF
LS M9DS1
C52
RE S5
RE S4
RE S3
RE S2
RE S1
DE N_A/G
C1
VDD2
VDD1
CAP
GND2
GND1
CS_A/G
CS_M
DRDY_M
INT_M
INT1_A /G
INT2_A /G
7
8
9
10
11
12
LS M9DS 1_DE N_G
4.7uF
C67
C83
100nF
R37
10K
UVIS 3_S A0
2V8
C61
100nF
C66
4.7uF
2V8
4.7uF
C78
2V8
12
9
10
8
12
9
10
8
2V8
R26
5
1
GND
A V S S _V CSLE
A V DD
A V DD_V CS L
E
U15
GND
A V S S _V CSLE
A V DD
A V DD_V CS L
E
U14
100nF
C57
S CL
S DA
HTS 221
GPIO0
GPIO1
S CL
S DA
V L6180
GPIO0
GPIO1
S CL
S DA
V L6180
4
1
5
6
20mA - R anging
4
1
5
6
20mA - R anging
10K
GND
V DD
U13
RES
RES2
3
6
NC_1
NC_2
NC_3
NC_4
3
2
7
11
DocID028657 Rev 1
NC_1
NC_2
NC_3
NC_4
20/34
3
2
7
11
3V3
2
4
4K7
R23
2V8
4K7
R66
4K7
R25
4K7
R22
R24
R67
4K7
2V8
4K7
2V8
V L6180_1_GPIO0
V L6180_1_GPIO1
V L6180_GPIO0
V L6180_GPIO1
I2C3_S CL
I2C3_S DA
Board schematic and bill of material – STEVALIDI001V1
UM1988
Figure 7: STEVAL-IDI001V1 board schematic part 3
GSPG16112015D1145
I
3V3
100nF
C79
100nF
C42
MIC_CLK
MIC_CLK
3
1
CLK
DOUT
MP34DT01
VDD
M1
L/R
L/R
3
1
LR
DOUT
CLK
4
MP34DT01
VDD
M3
2
LR
2
3V3
GND0
GND1
GND2
GND3
5A
5B
5C
5D
4
PDM_M3_ONBOARD
10uF
C40
3V3
Close to Mic VDDs
Bottom Side
PDM_M1_ONBOARD
L/R
On Board Microphones
100nF
C82
3V3
R58
10K
100nF
C38
3V3
MIC_CLK
MIC_CLK
L/R
3
1
L/R
3
1
CLK
DOUT
MP34DT01
VDD
M2
LR
CLK
DOUT
MP34DT01
VDD
M4
2
LR
2
GND0
GND1
GND2
GND3
5A
5B
5C
5D
GND0
GND1
GND2
GND3
5A
5B
5C
5D
GND0
GND1
GND2
GND3
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5B
5C
5D
4
4
PDM_M4_ONBOARD
PDM_M2_ONBOARD
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PB15
3V3
1V8
ITU_D4
VSYNC
ITU_D7
ITU_D6
ITU_D5
CAM_PDN
I2S 2_S D
I2S 2_MCK
R64
2 V8
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
0R
I2C2/US A RT3/S P I2
US A RT2
TIM2_CH1
TIM2_CH2
TIM2_CH3
TIM2_CH4
J3
PA0
PA1
PA2
PA3
PA5
PA7
PA15
PB10
PB11
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
J2
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
5V
US A RT3
PC10
PC11
PD2
2V8
I2 C1 _ SDA
ITU_D0
ITU_D2
ITU_D1
ITU_D3
VCLK
HSYNC
I2 C1 _ SCL
CAM_ CLK
GPIO Expansion
U16
PC10
PC11
PD2
PC12
PC8
PC9
SAI1_S D_B
PB12
SAI1_M CLK_B
PB13
SAI1_S CK_B
PB0
SAI1_F S_B
PB7
CA N2_RX
CA N2_TX
I2C3 :
PH7 - SCL
PH8 - SDA
SPI1 /SPI3:
PB3 - SCK
PB4 - MISO
PB5 - MOSI
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
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Micro-SD
3V 3
SWA
SWB
100 nF
C84
I2C3_SCL
I2C3_SDA
SPI1_SCK
SPI1_MISO
SPI1_MOSI
DETC
SW
DAT1
DAT0
GND
CLK
VDD
CMD
CD/DAT3
DAT2
PB11
2
4
6
8
10
3V3
SPI_BUS_CS_1
SPI_BUS_CS_2
SPI_BUS_CS_3
R68
10K
1
3
5
7
9
11
J9
2
4
6
8
10
12
3V3
Mic Array Expansion
PDM_M1
PDM_M3
PDM_M5
PDM_M7
MIC_CLK
EXP_L/R
1
3
5
7
9
J8
SPI + I2C Bus Expansion
PDM_M2
PDM_M4
PDM_M6
PDM_M8
CHIP SELECT:
CS1 - PH2
CS2 - PH3
CS3 - PH4
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Figure 9: STEVAL-IDI001V1 board schematic part 5
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LSM9DS1_SA0
LPS25H_SEL
SPI1_MISO
LPS25H_SA0
LPS25H_SEL
SPI1_SCK
I2C3_SCL
SPI1_MOSI
I2C3_SDA
LSM9DS1_SEL
SPI1_MISO
LSM9DS1_SA0
LSM9DS1_SEL
SPI1_SCK
I2C3_SCL
SPI1_MOSI
I2C3_SDA
100nF
C63
R21
10K
C6
D6
D4
E6
E4
C4
A6
A4
B6
B4
C3
D1
D3
E1
E3
C1
A1
A3
B1
B3
SEL7-8
7S1
7S2
8S1
8S2
SEL5-6
5S1
5S2
6S1
6S2
SEL3-4
3S1
3S2
4S1
4S2
SEL1-2
1S1
1S2
2S1
2S2
STG3820BJR
3V3
VCC
3V3
E5
D5
B5
A5
E2
D2
B2
A2
LPS25H_SA0
D8
D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
U17
R36
10K
LSP25H_SDO/SA0
LPS25H_SDA/SDI/SDO
LPS25H_SCL/SPC
LSM9DS1_SDO/SA0
LSM9DS1_SDA/SDI
LSM9DS1_SCL/SPC
PDM_ONBOARD_SEL
PDM_M4_ONBOARD
PDM_M4
PDM_ONBOARD_SEL
PDM_M1_ONBOARD
PDM_M1
PDM_M2_ONBOARD
PDM_M2
PDM_M3_ONBOARD
PDM_M3
100nF
C54
3V3
10
12
14
3
15
1
4
6
7
9
SEL4
4S1
4S2
SEL123
1S1
1S2
2S1
2S2
3S1
3S2
STG3693
3V3
2
VCC
GND0
GND1
C2
GND
C5
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D4
D3
D2
D1
U18
13
8
5
16
PDM_M4_uC
PDM_M3_uC
PDM_M2_uC
PDM_M1_uC
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Figure 10: STEVAL-IDI001V1 board schematic part 6
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Layout diagram (top/bottom)
Figure 11: STEVAL-IDI001V1 top side layout
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This section provides the STEVAL-IDI001V1-Exp-related bill of materials, schematic and
layout.
6.1
Bill of materials
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Qty
Ref.
Part / Value
Tech. info.
Package
Manufacturer
1
CN5
HEADER 10
Harwin or equivalent
2
CN6,CN9
HEADER 8
Harwin or equivalent
2
CN7,CN10
HEADER
19x2
1
CN8
HEADER 6
1
C1
10 µF 10%
1
C2
220 pF
1
C3
330 µF 10%
1
C4
22 nF
C_0603
Murata or Equivalent
2
D1,D2
STPS160A
SMA
STMicroelectronics
1
D3
LED_G
L_0603
ROHM or equivalent
1
J1
Pow_Supply
Harwin or equivalent
1
J2
CAMERA
Expansion
Winslow Adaptics
1
J3
GPIO
Expansion
Winslow Adaptics
1
J4
Not Mount
1
J5
5 V Selector
Harwin or equivalent
1
J6
3V3 Selector
Harwin or equivalent
1
J7
5 V --> Vin
Harwin or equivalent
1
J8
SPI + I2C
Bus
Expansion
Winslow Adaptics
1
J9
Mic
Connector
Winslow Adaptics
3
J10,J11,J12
PCB Hole
1
L1
15 µH
7x7mm
2
R1,R2
4K7
R_0603
1
R3
10 K 1%
R_0603
1
R4
3K3 1%
R_0603
Harwin or equivalent
Ceramic
C_1210
C_0603
Tantal
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7343-43
Panasonic
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UM1988
Qty
Ref.
Part / Value
Tech. info.
1
R5
4K7
R_0603
1
R6
1K
R_0603
6
SB2,SB3,SB10,SB14,
SB15,SB33,SB34,SB
36,SB37,SB40
Default:Close
R_0603
38
SB1,SB4,SB5,SB6,S
B7,SB8,SB9,SB11,S
B12,SB13,SB16,SB1
7,SB18,SB19,SB20,S
B21,SB22,SB23,SB2
4,SB25,SB26,SB27,S
B28,SB29,SB30,SB3
1,SB32,SB35,SB38,S
B39.SB41,SB42,SB4
3,SB44,SB45
Default:Open
R_0603
1
U1
L5973D
HSOP8
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PDM_M3
PDM_M7
PDM_M8
SB2 2
SB4 3
SB4 4
SB4 1
HEAD ER 19x2
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
31
33
35
37
CN7
PDM_M4
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
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PDM_M8
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
SP I1_SCK_S T
CN8
CN6
SP I1_MISO_ST
SP I1_MOSI_ST
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
D9
D10
SB14
SB15
SB16
SB17
SB18
SB19
SB5
SB6
SB7
SB8
SB9
SB10
SB11
SB12
SB13
PA0 _ ST
PA1 _ ST
PA2 _ ST
PA3 _ ST
PA5 _ ST
PA7 _ ST
PB1 1 _ ST
pwm
PB1 0 _ ST
MIC_ CLK
PB7 _ PF9 _ ST pwm
PB0 _ PF8 _ ST pwm
PA1 5 _ ST
PD2 _ ST
pwm
PC6 _ ST
PB1 2 _ PF6 _ ST
SensiT ron: MOT HERBOARD
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
V_ IN
5V
SB4 5
SPI
CN9
CN5
SB4 0
SB3 5
SB3 6
SB3 7
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
D0
D13
D12
D11
D10
D9
D8
D15
D14
SB3 3
SB3 4
I2C of SensiTron' s sensors
CN10
HEAD ER 19x2
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
31
33
35
37
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
SB3 1
SB3 2
SB3 0
SB2 9
SB2 3
SB2 4
SB2 5
SB2 6
SB2 0
SB2 1
PDM_M2
MIC_CLK
L/R
PB0_PF8_S T
PB12_PF6_S T
SP I_BUS_CS_1_S T
SP I_BUS_CS_2_S T
SP I_BUS_CS_3_S T
PB7_PF9_S T
PDM_M1
PB13_PF7_S T
SB1
SB2
SB38
SB3
SB4
SB39
D0
D1
D2
D0
D1
D8
PC1 1 _ST
PC1 0 _ST
SB1-SB4 --> STEVAL-IDI001V1 is an Expans ion
SB2-SB3 --> STEVAL-IDI001V1 is the HOST
3V3
SB2 7
SB2 8
SB4 2
PDM_M5
PDM_M6
6.2
I2C3_SCL_ST
I2C3_SDA_ST
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Schematic diagrams
Figure 13: STEVAL-IDI001V1 - Exp schematic part 1
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5V_REG
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STPS160A
10uF
+
V_IN
C1
5V
3
2
1
R5
4K7
C2
220pF
5V_ST
C4
22nF
3
6
8
2
4
L5973D
INH
Vref
Vcc
Sync
Comp
U1
V_IN
GND
PAD
FB
Out
5V
OFF -> NUCLEO
2-3 -> NO NUCLEO- USB
1-2 -> NO NUCLEO- VIN
5V Selector
J5
J6
3V3 Selector
2
1
7
9
5
1
L1
D1
STPS160A
L5973_OUT
15uH
5V --> Vin
2
1
J7
+
330uF
C3
5V
J1
1
2
3
4
5V_ST
R4
3K3
R3
10K
5V_REG
D3
LED_G
1
1
1
SensiTron_Pow_Supply
R6 1K
Jumper ON --> STEVAL-IDI001V1 is the HOST
Jumper OFF --> STEVAL-IDI001V1 is an Expansion
3V3
3V3_S T
2
1
3V3_ST
2V8_ST
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Figure 14: STEVAL-IDI001V1 - Exp schematic part 2
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2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
2V8 ST
1V8_ST
1
3
5
7
9
11
3V3_ST
ITU_D4
VSYNC
ITU_D7
ITU_D6
ITU_D5
CAM_PDN
PDM_M1
PDM_M3
PDM_M5
PDM_M7
MIC_CLK
L/R
J9
Mic Array
2
4
6
8
10
12
J3
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
3V3_ST
PDM_M2
PDM_M4
PDM_M6
PDM_M8
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3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
J4
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
I2C3_SCL_ST
I2C3_SDA_ST
SPI1_SCK_ST
SPI1_MISO_ST
SPI1_MOSI_ST
2V8 ST
1V8_ST
PA0_S T
PA1_S T
PA2_S T
PA3_S T
PA5_S T
PA7_S T
PA15_S T
PB10_S T
PB11_S T
PC6_ST
3V3_ST
ITU_D4
VSYNC
ITU_D7
ITU_D6
ITU_D5
CAM_PDN
I2C1_SDA
ITU_D0
ITU_D2
ITU_D1
ITU_D3
VCLK
HSYNC
I2C1_SCL
CAM_CLK
I2C2/USART3/SPI2
USART2
TIM2_CH1
TIM2_CH2
TIM2_CH3
TIM2_CH4
J2
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
GPIO
5V_ST
1
3
5
7
9
2
4
6
8
10
3V3_ST
I2C1_SDA
ITU_D0
ITU_D2
ITU_D1
ITU_D3
VCLK
HSYNC
I2C1_SCL
CAM_CLK
J8
SPI + I2C Bus
PB12_P F6_ST
PB13_P F7_ST
PB0_P F8_ST
PB7_P F9_ST
PC10_ST
PC11_ST
PD2_ST
2V8_ST
STEVAL-IDI001V1-Exp Receptacle
CHIP SELECT:
CS1 - PH2
CS2 - PH3
CS3 - PH4
SPI_BUS_CS_1_ST
SPI_BUS_CS_2_ST
SPI_BUS_CS_3_ST
PB10_S T
PB11_S T
R1
4K7
3V3
R2
4K7
Board schematic and bill of material – STEVALIDI001V1-Exp
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Figure 15: STEVAL-IDI001V1 - Exp schematic part 3
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Layout diagram (top/bottom)
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Revision history
Revision history
Table 9: Document revision history
Date
Version
Changes
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