My latest posts is on how to control the futaba S3003 Servo using PWM and the STM32F4 Discovery board, learn how to connect it up and to control it through a range of positions!
Its been a little while since my next post – mainly because I’ve been working on site to setup the new members downloads area – hope you havnt had to much trouble downloading the samples over the last few days 🙂
Im now back in the thick of it trying to get to grips with the hd44780 LCD display, its a work in progress at the moment but below is a little sneak peak – so far I’v only managed to power it on! But in the next few days expect to see a new addittion to the STM32F4 Discovery series I’ve been working on that will go into detail on how to use this little board to drive the LCD display!
See you soon!!
I’ve created the first in a series of tutorials I’m working on for the STM32F4Discovery Board, in this tutorial you will find a guide to setting up Eclipse Indigo and using it with the G++ compiler tool chain to create and run your own program on the STM32F4 Discovery board.
Read the guide here
Let me know how you get on!
I’ve always wanted to learn electronics and have recently got my hands on an STM32F4 Discovery Board, for those of you who don’t know what I’m talking about its basically a programmable circuit board with a load of built in goodies waiting to be explored!
Because of this I’ve added a new section to the site called electronics, where ill be posting a series of mini tutorials starting with the basics, and hopefully moving on to more advanced stuff in the future, check it out!!Follow