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iNEMO unpacking

Postby RoccoMarco » Sat Sep 27, 2014 2:57 am

Hello to everyone.
Here the official video of Unpacking iNemo.
[youtube]CnL62DNmYx4[/youtube]

Try to explore this forum.

In User Project you can find projects developed by users.

In Contributions you can find code from contributors like me.
For example here you can find code to use MEMS on STM32F3. Note that iNEMO and Discovery F3 have the same MEMS

Anyway I will post something else in the next days. Please reply to this post, I don't like to speak with myself :mrgreen:

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Re: iNEMO unpacking

Postby antoniolinux » Sat Sep 27, 2014 11:17 pm

Hi Rocco, thanks for your video, can you give the link of data sheet, the reference manual and user manual of inemo,
best regards.
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Re: iNEMO unpacking

Postby RoccoMarco » Sat Sep 27, 2014 11:45 pm

Dear Antonio,
you can find all the documentation for iNEMO on st.com. I have a pdf on my desktop and I don't remember the url. Just search "iNemo User manual", "iNemo Datasheet" and "stm32f1 Reference manual". About MEMS you can search "L3GD20" and "LSM303DLHC" on st.com.

I'm working on a demo on MEMS and ChibiOS/RT shell. I will reply this post or i will create a new one in this section.
Stay tuned.

Ciao,
RM.

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Re: iNEMO unpacking

Postby antoniolinux » Mon Sep 29, 2014 1:04 pm

Hi Rocco thanks for your reply, but i have this problem, i want use this shield (GPRS/GSM Quadband Module SIM900), this shield use serial comunication for to send and receive commands,
for example i send "AT" command i recive the "OK" response.
i see in the datasheet (i download the DM00056715) GPIO_PA10 for USART1_TX AND GPIO_PA9 for USART1_RX, now i have this problem, when i want set palsetPadMod, i know the port identifier (GPIOA), I know the pad (10 and 9), but i don't know the pad mode, in datasheet i don't see nothing.
i write this
palSetPadMode(GPIOD, 9, 0); /* FOR PD9*/
palSetPadMode(GPIOD, 10, 0); /* FOR PD10*/
is it possible that Inemo don't have alternative functions ?
I searched on the site st.com but i don't have a good answer can you help me?


best regards
Antonio

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Re: iNEMO unpacking

Postby Giovanni » Mon Sep 29, 2014 1:11 pm

The iNemo mounts an STM32F103, it is an old device and does not have multiple alternate functions, see the datasheet for details.

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Re: iNEMO unpacking

Postby RoccoMarco » Mon Sep 29, 2014 2:43 pm

Giovanni wrote:The iNemo mounts an STM32F103, it is an old device and does not have multiple alternate functions, see the datasheet for details.

Giovanni


As Giovanni suggested you should read the Reference Manual for STM32F1x searching for "GPIO" chapter. Anyway you can simply see an example for STM32F103 and try to understand how to use the GPIOs. The demos are the best examples that you can found in ChibiStudio.

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Re: iNEMO unpacking

Postby antoniolinux » Mon Sep 29, 2014 11:34 pm

thanks for yours reply, the STM32F103 don't have alternative function, now i set the pad mode to the PAL_MODE_RESET
i will inform you if all work well
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Re: iNEMO unpacking

Postby RoccoMarco » Mon Sep 29, 2014 11:52 pm

I think you should try to understand the UART demo in "chibios\testhal\STM32F1xx". It could be helpful.


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