With the new DHCOR STM32MP13 DH electronics offers an entry-level Linux system with a large number of interfaces and application areas. For those who have so far equipped their systems with microcontrollers, the DHCOR STM32MP13 offers a real alternative.
In order to keep the costs low, we have chosen a solder-on module, so that a cost-effective, automated assembly is possible. The small dimensions of 29 x 29 x 3.2 mm correspond to the size of a postage stamp and enable use in all application areas. Microcontrollers have often been used especially in the areas of smart homes and eMobility but are slowly reaching their limits. The DHCOR STM32MP13 thus closes the gap between classic microcontroller applications and the use of a full-fledged operating system such as Linux.
The STM32MP13 is based on a single ARM Cortex-A7 running at up to 1 GHz and features a wide range of connectivity options, eMMC and SPI boot flash, WiFi, Bluetooth and supports Dual GB Ethernet and Dual CAN-FD. In addition, the STPMIC1 enables low-power modes and powers USB 2.0 host and USB OTG as well as the entire motherboard.