ST Nucleo Morpho Expansion board with breadboard that provides a separate 5V and 3V3 power headerDesigned by Thunderware, Ships from United States of America
What is it? This is an expansion board for Any ST/STM32 nucleo-64 board. The only pins that are connected are the ground, which I verified are the same across the nucleo family. The rest of the pin...Read More…
This is an expansion board for Any ST/STM32 nucleo-64 board. The only pins that are connected are the ground, which I verified are the same across the nucleo family. The rest of the pins are passed directly from the board to the headers around the breadboard to allow for easy prototyping.
The 5V and 3V3 power rails are powered by the barrel jack and needs to be powered by a power source that supplies higher than (or equal to) 6V. This can be a 9V battery with an adapter, or a wall wart.
Just to be clear this does not include the ST Nucleo Board.
Honestly I like to work on these little boards while I'm relaxing on the couch. I didn't much like having to have a separate breadboard flopping around on the couch next to me. I love these boards and the nucleo ecosystem, but I really wanted to have a single solid piece of hardware that I could carry around with me and transport easily without having worry about something being disconnected.
A single board that has an ST STM32 processor, ST programmer, Breadboard, 5V power, and 3V3 power all in one sounds pretty special to me.
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