This is an implementation of the
embedded-hal traits for the STM32F1 family of
A detailed usage guide can be found in the README
supported microcontrollers are:
This crate supports multiple microcontrollers in the
stm32f1 family. Which specific microcontroller you want to build for has to be
specified with a feature, for example
If no microcontroller is specified, the crate will not compile.
The currently supported variants are
You may also need to specify the density of the device with
to enable certain peripherals. Generally the density can be determined by the 2nd character
after the number in the device name (i.e. For STM32F103C6U, the 6 indicates a low-density
device) but check the datasheet or CubeMX to be sure.
- 4, 6 => low density, no feature required
- 8, B =>
- C, D, E =>
- F, G =>
Almost all peripherals require references to some registers in
AFIO. The following
code shows how to set up those registers
// Get access to the device specific peripherals from the peripheral access crate let dp = pac::Peripherals::take().unwrap(); // Take ownership over the raw flash and rcc devices and convert them into the corresponding // HAL structs let mut flash = dp.FLASH.constrain(); let mut rcc = dp.RCC.constrain(); // Freeze the configuration of all the clocks in the system and store the frozen frequencies in // `clocks` let clocks = rcc.cfgr.freeze(&mut flash.acr); // Prepare the alternate function I/O registers let mut afio = dp.AFIO.constrain();
See the examples folder.
Most of the examples require the following additional dependencies
[dependencies] embedded-hal = "0.2.3" nb = "0.1.2" cortex-m = "0.6.2" cortex-m-rt = "0.6.11" # Panic behaviour, see https://crates.io/keywords/panic-impl for alternatives panic-halt = "0.2.0"