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1 Board overview[edit]

MB1272 motherboard STM32MP157X 12x12 with PMIC and DDR3, revision C: part of the STM32MP157X-DKX Discovery kit

Note that:

  • MB1272 for STM32MP157X-DK1 Discovery kit doesn't include the "WLAN + Bluetooth" component (muRata LBEE5KL1DX)
  • MB1272 for STM32MP157X-DK2 Discovery kit includes the "WLAN + Bluetooth" component (Murata LBEE5KL1DX)


Details of some LEDs:

  • LD1: red if USB type A connection established
  • LD2: green if power connection established
  • LD3: green flashing the Ethernet connection established
  • LD4: red flashing if ST-LINK/V2-1 Link connection not established, else green
  • LD5, LD6, LD7, LD8: some user LEDs are used to reflect the system activity, whereas the others are left free and can be directly used by the application, as explained in the LEDs and buttons on STM32 MPU boards article


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MB1272 schematics

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{{ArticleMainWriter|Jean-ChristopheT}}
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{{ArticleApprovedVersion | Jean-ChristopheT | BernardP  | No previous approved version | PhilipS - 12Sep'18 - 8421| 17Sep'18}} 

[[Category:STM32MP15 Discovery kits]]
[[Category:STM32MP15]]
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== Board overview ==
'''MB1272 motherboard STM32MP157X 12x12 with PMIC and DDR3''', revision C: part of the STM32MP157X-DKX Discovery kit

Note that:
* MB1272 for STM32MP157X-'''DK1''' Discovery kit doesn't include the  "WLAN + Bluetooth" component (muRata LBEE5KL1DX)
* MB1272 for STM32MP157X-'''DK2''' Discovery kit includes the  "WLAN + Bluetooth" component (Murata LBEE5KL1DX)

{{
ImageMap|Image:MB1272_front_side.png {{!}} thumb{{!}} 1000px{{!}} center{{!}} MB1272 front side <br/> {{WarningImageMapOverlay}}
rect 232 14 631 58 [[#GPIO | GPIO expansion]]
rect 53 156 113 225 [[#WLAN BT | WLAN + Bluetooth (muRata LBEE5KL1DX): only for STM32MP157X-DK2 Discovery kit]]
rect 178 83 246 124 [[#Battery | Backup battery connector]]
rect 178 124 246 331 [[#DSI | DSI LCD connector]]
rect 260 90 328 158[[#PMIC | PMIC (STPMIC1A)]]
rect 390 113 453 233 [[#DDR3L | DDR3L 16 bits]]
rect 488 190 520 221 [[#LD1 | USB type A LED (red LD1)]]
poly 520 91 636 90 636 14 828 14 828 264 636 264 636 234 520 234 [[#USB type A | 4 x USB type A (host)]]
rect 34 253 128 346 [[#USB power | USB type C (power 5V-3A)]]
rect 95 242 128 271 [[#LD2 | Power LED (green LD2)]]
rect 374 248 470 354 [[#STM32MP157 | STM32MP157X 12x12]]
rect 538 282 624 376 [[#HDMI | HDMI]]
poly 572 246 636 246 636 264 820 264 820 376 636 376 636 282 572 282 [[#USB type C | USB type C (DRP)]]
poly 4 346 291 346 291 406 188 406 188 512 4 512 [[#Ethernet| Ethernet]]
rect 128 336 156 364 [[#LD3 | Ethernet LED (green LD3)]]
rect 188 483 242 560 [[#Power-on button | Power-on button]]
rect 260 406 328 560 [[#Headset | Audio codec headset]]
rect 352 407 404 468 [[#Audio codec | Audio codec (Cirrus CS42L51)]]
rect 358 483 386 560 [[#Reset button | Reset button]]
rect 386 468 419 520 [[#User LEDs | User LED (green LD5)]]
rect 419 483 448 560 [[#User button B3 | User button (USER1)]]
rect 448 468 479 520 [[#User LEDs | User LED (red LD6)]]
rect 479 483 508 560 [[#User button B4 | User button (USER2)]]
rect 508 468 538 520[[#User LEDs | User LED (orange LD7)]]
rect 538 483 565 560 [[#User LEDs | User LED (blue LD8)]]
poly 538 391 640 391 638 548 565 548 565 483 538 483 [[#ST-LINK USB Link | USB micro-B (ST-LINK/Link V2-1)]]
rect 638 452 686 498 [[#LD4 | ST-LINK/V2-1Link LED (bicolor LD4)]]
rect 638 498 729 544 [[#ST-LINKLink DFU | ST-LINK/V2-1Link DFU]]
rect 736 393 820 529 [[#HDMI connector | HDMI connector]]
}}

Details of some LEDs:
* <span id="LD1">LD1</span>: red if USB type A connection established
* <span id="LD2">LD2</span>: green if power connection established
* <span id="LD3">LD3</span>: green flashing the Ethernet connection established
* <span id="LD4">LD4</span>: red flashing if ST-LINK/V2-1Link connection not established, else green
* <span id="User LEDs">LD5, LD6, LD7, LD8</span>: some user LEDs are used to reflect the system activity, whereas the others are left free and can be directly used by the application, as explained in the [[LEDs and buttons on STM32 MPU boards]] article

{{
ImageMap|Image:MB1272_back_side.png {{!}} thumb{{!}} 1000px{{!}} center{{!}} MB1272 back side <br/> {{WarningImageMapOverlay}}
rect 248 64 631 119 [[#Arduino1 | Arduino Uno connector (part 1)]]
rect 262 119 300 164 [[#LD9 | Arduino LED (green LD9)]]
rect 615 136 774 271 [[#MicroSD | MicroSD 3.0 card]]
rect 64 378 124 498 [[#Boot | Boot mode selection]]
rect 304 394 614 475 [[#Arduino2 | Arduino Uno connector (part 2)]]
}}

== Links ==
[[STM32MP15 resources#MB1272 schematics|MB1272 schematics]]
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rect 508 468 538 520[[#User LEDs | User LED (orange LD7)]]
 
rect 508 468 538 520[[#User LEDs | User LED (orange LD7)]]
 
rect 538 483 565 560 [[#User LEDs | User LED (blue LD8)]]
 
rect 538 483 565 560 [[#User LEDs | User LED (blue LD8)]]
poly 538 391 640 391 638 548 565 548 565 483 538 483 [[#ST-Link | USB micro-B (ST-Link V2-1)]]
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poly 538 391 640 391 638 548 565 548 565 483 538 483 [[#ST-LINK USB | USB micro-B (ST-LINK/V2-1)]]
rect 638 452 686 498 [[#LD4 | ST-Link LED (bicolor LD4)]]
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rect 638 452 686 498 [[#LD4 | ST-LINK/V2-1 LED (bicolor LD4)]]
rect 638 498 729 544 [[#ST-Link DFU | ST-Link DFU]]
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rect 638 498 729 544 [[#ST-LINK DFU | ST-LINK/V2-1 DFU]]
 
rect 736 393 820 529 [[#HDMI connector | HDMI connector]]
 
rect 736 393 820 529 [[#HDMI connector | HDMI connector]]
 
}}
 
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* <span id="LD2">LD2</span>: green if power connection established
 
* <span id="LD2">LD2</span>: green if power connection established
 
* <span id="LD3">LD3</span>: green flashing the Ethernet connection established
 
* <span id="LD3">LD3</span>: green flashing the Ethernet connection established
* <span id="LD4">LD4</span>: red flashing if ST-Link connection not established, else green
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* <span id="LD4">LD4</span>: red flashing if ST-LINK/V2-1 connection not established, else green
 
* <span id="User LEDs">LD5, LD6, LD7, LD8</span>: some user LEDs are used to reflect the system activity, whereas the others are left free and can be directly used by the application, as explained in the [[LEDs and buttons on STM32 MPU boards]] article
 
* <span id="User LEDs">LD5, LD6, LD7, LD8</span>: some user LEDs are used to reflect the system activity, whereas the others are left free and can be directly used by the application, as explained in the [[LEDs and buttons on STM32 MPU boards]] article
   

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