6 years ago.

Why is the video talking about an STM32F030 when the page is about a STM32F303?

There is a value-line Nucleo-STM32F030, which is a 48MHz Cortex-M0.

However, this page is about the Nucleo-STM32F303, which is a Cortex-M4, and hence is mainstream, and with 512kB flash not 64kB.

I found the STM32F030 video misleading. It is even labelled "STM32F303 Nucleo Overview" so it looks like a mistake.

So maybe remove the Nucleo-STM32F030 video, and use something more generic, until there is a Nucleo-STM32F303 video to take its place.

Question relating to:

Affordable and flexible platform to ease prototyping using a STM32F303RET6 microcontroller.

2 Answers

5 years, 6 months ago.

They changed it to F103RB. (Cortex-M3)

6 years ago.

Thanks for reporting.