GIGA R1 WiFi
The GIGA R1 WiFi is a powerful, feature-packed board with a large amount of GPIOs and dedicated connectors. Based on the STM32H747XI micro based on the Mbed OS, the GIGA R1 WiFi features 76 GPIOs, a dual core processor, advanced ADC/DAC features as well as camera & display connectors. It also has a rich USB interface with support for HID via USB-C® and USBHost (keyboard, mass storage) via a dedicated USB-A connector.
The GIGA R1 WiFi comes with a USB-C® connector for programming, communication and HID functionality, a USB-A connector for connecting devices such as USB sticks and keyboards. It features a 3.5 mm audio jack for connecting speakers, microphones etc. Dedicated camera & display connectors are located at the top of the board, which can also be connected from underneath.
With a fast dual core microcontroller (480MHz / 240MHz), 76 GPIOs, several communication buses, you can build large projects using the GIGA R1 WiFi as a base. The GIGA R1 WiFi also comes equipped with a radio module, crypto chip and an antenna.
Learn how to set up the GIGA R1, get a quick overview of the components, information regarding pins and how to use different Serial (SPI, I2C, UART), and much, much more.
Learn how to use the ADC/DAC features, along with useful examples on how to generate waveforms and play audio from a file.
Learn about the GIGA R1 WiFi's camera connector, and how to use existing examples.
Learn how to access and control the M4 and M7 cores on the GIGA R1, and how to communicate between them using RPC.
A step-by-step guide to install the board package needed for the GIGA R1 WiFi board.
Get started with MicroPython on the GIGA R1.
Learn how you can turn your USB device into a mouse or keyboard, how to read & write to a USB mass storage, and connecting a keyboard via the USB-A connector.
Discover examples compatible with the WiFi library included in the GIGA core.