1 year, 11 months ago.

When will the STM32 Nucleo-H743ZI be supported?

When can we expect the STM32 NUCLEO-H743ZI development board (ARM Cortex M7 -STM32 H series) to be supported in the MBED compiler?

I hope as soon as possible...

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1 year, 7 months ago.

No planned date for the moment. Community contributions are welcome!

1 year, 6 months ago.

I'm still waiting...

1 year, 3 months ago.

I'm also waiting. Is there any expected date of adding support for this NUCLEO-H743ZI board

1 year ago.

Just got this board, hopefully it doesn't take too long...

Hi,

Work still in progress.

Thanks for your patience...

posted by bco stm 19 Sep 2018
1 month ago.

Update: Got the NUCLEO-H743ZI2 with 'V' version of the MCU. As Jerome noted, this one is supported by mbed-os, though no STM32H7 seems listed under the boards section. This on runs at 480MHz instead of 400MHz and has a much reduced errata list. :-) Note SB5 (virtual comport TX) was missing (default on), I closed the bridge, in order to get it working. Note User LD2, now is a yellow user LED and is connected to PE1, instead of a blue user LED connected to PB7. Note, the new board no longer allows to separate (cut-off) the STLink/v2 part of the board. I moved away from mbed-os and am using STM32CubeMX and TruesStudio/STM32CubeIDE and HAL libraries, to be more flexible (any MCU, any custom board), and don't have to way for anything to be supported (like eMMC, SDMMC, etc).

Hi Jack For information, NUCLEO-H743ZI2 is supported since https://github.com/ARMmbed/mbed-os/pull/10884 Regards, Jerome

posted by Jerome Coutant 19 Aug 2019

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