Our largest mikromedia to date has almost five times more screen space than a classic mikromedia board. And with the increased real estate on the back, we packed more multimedia modules than ever.
mikromedia 7 for STM32F4 is powered by the proven STM32F407ZG with 168 MHz operation (210 DMIPS), 1 MB of Flash and 192 + 4 KB of SRAM. It’s the same chip used on mikromedia plus for STM32, so if you already have experience with that one — going up a size will be as easy as stretching a piece of dough.
If you don’t require pocket portability the increased size is all pros no cons. You can take advantage of the 800×480 px TFT touchscreen to design beautiful uncluttered graphical user interfaces. Also, if you flip the board you’ll see that this mikromedia is a more versatile multimedia development board compared to its smaller siblings.
The modules you’re used to seeing on mikromedia boards are all there — accelerometer, microSD card slot for external storage, a MP3 Stereo Codec chip, ethernet connector.
mikromedia 7 for STM32F4 also has a mikroProg onboard, meaning you’ll only require a USB cable to program and debug the board. A WiFi module with its own STM32 and an ceramic antenna means instant connectivity.
Another standout feature, a CAN interface, was not available on mikromedia boards until now. Check out the video to see how we paired two mikromedia 7 boards with it.
As always, the product page has all the information you need. You can inspect all modules and download the schematics and other documentation.