5 months ago.

nucleo-l432kc i2c and serial

Hello,

I can use the PA_9 and PA_10 pins of the l432kc board for i2c and serial and work well. According to the pin assignments, PB_6 and PB_7 should also work for either serial or i2c. However the PB_6 and PB_7 pins seem not to work. Does anyone have any ideas of why this might be?

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5 months ago.

Connect your i2c device and try this (on Mbed-os2), works for me.

Make sure you have the 4k7 pull UP resistors on the SDA, CLK lines to 3.3v

The other i2c ports are there if you want to try then too.

i2c search

//      I2C - Search for devices on an I2C bus,

//  Continuously cycles through each device address, checking for a response
//  Prints 8-bit address for each device found and possible devices that use that address
//  if bus isn't working check pull-up resistors are fitted, typicaly 4k7 on SDA and CLK

#include "mbed.h"

//I2C i2c(p28, p27);    // sda, clk    //LPC1768
//I2C i2c(p9, p10);     // sda, clk    //LPC1768 

I2C i2c(PB_7, PB_6);    // sda, clk    // L432
//I2C i2c(PA_10, PA_9);   // sda, clk    // L432
//I2C i2c(PB_4, PA_7);    // sda, clk    // L432

/*
#include "max32630fthr.h" 
    //Init board and set GPIO to 3.3V logic
MAX32630FTHR pegasus(MAX32630FTHR::VIO_3V3);
I2C i2c(P3_4, P3_5);    // sda, clk
I2C i2c(P5_7, P6_0);    // sda, clk
*/
/*
#include "max32625pico.h"
//MAX32625PICO pico(MAX32625PICO::IOH_DIP_IN, MAX32625PICO::VIO_IOH, MAX32625PICO::VIO_1V8);
MAX32625PICO pico(MAX32625PICO::IOH_3V3, MAX32625PICO::VIO_IOH, MAX32625PICO::VIO_1V8);
Serial  pc(P0_1, P0_0); // use serial to USB converter
I2C i2c(P1_6, P1_7);    // sda, clk
*/

Serial              pc(USBTX, USBRX);
DigitalOut led1(LED1);

//list of some i2c device possibilities
#define I2C_0x02    "PCA9955-GGG"
#define I2C_0x06    "SHT1x"
#define I2C_0x0C    "AK8975"

#define I2C_0x1C    "MAG3110"

#define I2C_0x20    "RDA5807, VEML6040, VEML6075"
#define I2C_0x22    "RDA5807"

#define I2C_0x38    "MMA8451-0, FXOS8700CQ-2"
#define I2C_0x3A    "MMA8451-1, FXOS8700CQ-1"
#define I2C_0x3C    "FXOS8700CQ-0, LIS3MDL"
#define I2C_0x3E    "FXOS8700CQ-3"

#define I2C_0x42    "MCP23017-b"
#define I2C_0x44    "MCP23017-c"
#define I2C_0x46    "MCP23017-d"

#define I2C_0x50    "MAX5387-ggg"
#define I2C_0x52    "MAX5387-ggv, VL53L0X"
#define I2C_0x54    "MAX5387-gvg"
#define I2C_0x56    "MAX5387-gvv"
#define I2C_0x58    "MAX5387-vgg"
#define I2C_0x5A    "MAX5387-vgv"
#define I2C_0x5C    "MAX5387-vvg"
#define I2C_0x5E    "MAX5387-vvv"

#define I2C_0x70    "VEML6070-ld/c"
#define I2C_0x72    "VEML6070-hd"

#define I2C_0x80    "Si7005, Si7021, HTU21D, HDC1080, INA2xx/MAX7300-gg"
#define I2C_0x82    "INA2xx/MAX7300-gv"
#define I2C_0x84    "INA2xx/MAX7300-gd"
#define I2C_0x86    "INA2xx/MAX7300-gc"
#define I2C_0x88    "INA2xx/MAX7300-vg"
#define I2C_0x8A    "INA2xx/MAX7300-vv"
#define I2C_0x8C    "INA2xx/MAX7300-vd"
#define I2C_0x8E    "INA2xx/MAX7300-vc"

#define I2C_0x90    "MCP9802, AD7416-a, LM75, INA2xx/MAX7300-dg"
#define I2C_0x92    "MAX9768, INA2xx/MAX7300-dv"
#define I2C_0x94    "INA2xx/MAX7300-dd"
#define I2C_0x96    "INA2xx/MAX7300-dc"
#define I2C_0x98    "INA2xx/MAX7300-cg"
#define I2C_0x9A    "INA2xx/MAX7300-cv"
#define I2C_0x9C    "INA2xx/MAX7300-cd"
#define I2C_0x9E    "INA2xx/MAX7300-cc"

#define I2C_0xA0    "24C32WP, 24FC512-000, 24AA02-b0"
#define I2C_0xA2    "24AA02-b1"
#define I2C_0xA4    "24AA02-b2"
#define I2C_0xA6    "24AA02-b3"
#define I2C_0xA8    "24AA02-b4"
#define I2C_0xAA    "MMA8491, 24AA02-b5, BQ27xx0, BQ34Z100-G1"
#define I2C_0xAC    "24AA02-b6, M24SR64-Y"
#define I2C_0xAE    "24AA02-b7"

#define I2C_0xB4    "CCS811-0"
#define I2C_0xB6    "CCS811-1"
#define I2C_0xBA    "LPS22HB"
#define I2C_0xBE    "HTS221"

#define I2C_0xC0    "RDA5807, MPL3115A2, MLX90620-ram, PCA9955-0"
#define I2C_0xC2    "SCD30"

#define I2C_0xD0    "M41T81, M41T11, DS1307, DS3232M, MCU9150-0"
#define I2C_0xD2    "MCU9150-1"
#define I2C_0xD4    "LSM6DSL"
#define I2C_0xDE    "MCP7941x-rtc"

#define I2C_0xE0    "PCA9955-AllCall"
#define I2C_0xEC    "MS5611-cs1, BME280-cs0, PCA9955-SubCall"
#define I2C_0xEE    "BMP-180, MS5611-cs0, BME280-cs1, BMP-05"

int n,address;
char* device;
char* getdevice();

int main() {   
   
    led1=1;wait(1);led1=0;  
    
    //  i2c.frequency(400000);  // set required i2c frequency, defautl 100000 
    //  pc.baud(230400);        // set terminal speed, default 9600    
    pc.printf("\033[0m\033[2J\033[HI2C Searching!\n\n\n");    
    
    while (1) {
        
        pc.printf("\033[0m\033[2J\033[HI2C Searching!\n\n\n"); 
        
        n=0;
        pc.printf("Starting....\n\n");
        
        for (address=0; address<256; address+=2) {
            if (!i2c.write(address, NULL, 0)) { // 0 returned is ok                
                pc.printf("I2C address: 0x%02X\r\n     Device: %s\n\n", address, getdevice());
                n++;
            }
            led1=!led1;
            wait_ms(20);
        }        
        pc.printf("\n\n%d devices found\n", n); 
        wait(2);    
    }
}

char* getdevice(){
    device="Unknown";
    switch(address){        
        case 0x02:device = I2C_0x02;break;
        case 0x06:device = I2C_0x06;break;
        case 0x0C:device = I2C_0x0C;break;
        
        case 0x1C:device = I2C_0x1C;break;
        
        case 0x20:device = I2C_0x20;break;
        case 0x22:device = I2C_0x22;break;
        
        case 0x38:device = I2C_0x38;break;
        case 0x3A:device = I2C_0x3A;break;
        case 0x3C:device = I2C_0x3C;break;
        case 0x3E:device = I2C_0x3E;break;
        
        case 0x42:device = I2C_0x42;break;
        case 0x44:device = I2C_0x44;break;
        case 0x46:device = I2C_0x46;break;
            
        case 0x50:device = I2C_0x50;break;
        case 0x52:device = I2C_0x52;break;
        case 0x54:device = I2C_0x54;break;
        case 0x56:device = I2C_0x56;break;
        case 0x58:device = I2C_0x58;break;
        case 0x5A:device = I2C_0x5A;break;
        case 0x5C:device = I2C_0x5C;break;
        case 0x5E:device = I2C_0x5E;break;
        
        case 0x70:device = I2C_0x70;break;    
        case 0x72:device = I2C_0x72;break;   
    
        case 0x80:device = I2C_0x80;break;
        case 0x82:device = I2C_0x82;break;
        case 0x84:device = I2C_0x84;break;
        case 0x86:device = I2C_0x86;break;
        case 0x88:device = I2C_0x88;break;
        case 0x8A:device = I2C_0x8A;break;
        case 0x8C:device = I2C_0x8C;break;
        case 0x8E:device = I2C_0x8E;break;
   
        case 0x90:device = I2C_0x90;break;
        case 0x92:device = I2C_0x92;break;
        case 0x94:device = I2C_0x94;break;
        case 0x96:device = I2C_0x96;break;
        case 0x98:device = I2C_0x98;break;
        case 0x9A:device = I2C_0x9A;break;
        case 0x9C:device = I2C_0x9C;break;
        case 0x9E:device = I2C_0x9E;break;    
    
        case 0xA0:device = I2C_0xA0;break;
        case 0xA2:device = I2C_0xA2;break;
        case 0xA4:device = I2C_0xA4;break;
        case 0xA6:device = I2C_0xA6;break;
        case 0xA8:device = I2C_0xA8;break;
        case 0xAA:device = I2C_0xAA;break;
        case 0xAC:device = I2C_0xAC;break;
        case 0xAE:device = I2C_0xAE;break;

        case 0xB4:device = I2C_0xB4;break;
        case 0xB6:device = I2C_0xB6;break;
        case 0xBA:device = I2C_0xBA;break;
        case 0xBE:device = I2C_0xBE;break;
    
        case 0xC0:device = I2C_0xC0;break;
        case 0xC2:device = I2C_0xC2;break;
       
        case 0xD0:device = I2C_0xD0;break;
        case 0xD2:device = I2C_0xD2;break;
        case 0xD4:device = I2C_0xD4;break;
        case 0xDE:device = I2C_0xDE;break;
    
        case 0xE0:device = I2C_0xE0;break;
        case 0xEC:device = I2C_0xEC;break;
        case 0xEE:device = I2C_0xEE;break;
     }     
     return device; 
}            

Thanks for the response..

For some reason, I2C i2c(PA_10, PA_9) pins are working, but I2C i2c(PB_7, PB_6) pins don't work when I'm using serial pc(PA_9,PA_10)

posted by Jihong Min 10 May 2019

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