Xduino currently supports the following ARM Cortex-M3 STM32f103ret6 board.

Price: US$30 + $10shipping
(Contact us here to buy)

Currently 5 in stock

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ARM STAMP Cortex-M3 STM32F10ret6 board

ARM STAMP Cortex-M3 STM32F10ret6 board

If you are interested in getting this board you can contact us.
The board has following features:

  • 5 Serial ports
  • 48 General purpose input/output pins (GPIO)
  • 16 Analog input channels 12-bits (ADC)
  • 2 Analog output channels 12-bits (DAC)
  • 512 Kbytes of Flash memory
  • 68 Kbytes of RAM
  • 3 SPI ports (2 can do I2S)
  • 2 I2C
  • 1 USB
  • 1 CAN
  • 1 SDIO
    • Use MCU 32Bit ARM Cortex-M3 64Pin (LQFP) of “STmicroelectronics”
    • Use Crystal 8.00MHz + Phase-Locked Loop (PLL), Run 72MHz frequency with speed 1.25 DMIPS/MHz to process data that is equivalent to 90MIPS
    • Has RTC (Real Time Clock) Circuit with XTAL 32.768KHz and Battery Backup connector
    • Support In-System Programming (ISP) and In-Application Programming (IAP) through On-Chip Boot-Loader Software via Port USART1 (RS232)
    • Has RS232 Communication Circuit that uses Connector 4-PIN
    • Has 48 Bit GPIO with 5V-Tolerant for independent digital applications (maximum analog input is 3.3V)
    • Use +3.3V Power Supply
    • Connector is placed on 50 Pin Header with a distance of 2.54mm (100mil) (25 pins per side) with a distance of 1.5 inch (1500mil/38.1mm), so it is quite easy to use and expand I/O Circuit. Moreover, it can be used with Project Board and PCB.
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  1. #1 by Dwain Crackel on August 20th, 2009

    I’m trying to make contact about purchase of a xduino, and the contact us page seems to echo my message to my email, rather than sending it you.

  2. #2 by Ram on August 21st, 2009

    Please check your email filter it might have caught my reply. : -)

  3. #3 by Fredjikrang on August 24th, 2009

    Have you been in contact with these guys? http://blogs.leaflabs.com/?p=91

    Because it looks like you are working on very similar things. If not, you should get in touch with them and see if you could work together on this. 😀

  4. #4 by Ram on August 30th, 2009

    I have left a note on their blog site and did not receive anything in return. So let’s see what happens.

  5. #5 by jose on September 3rd, 2009


    How can I program the hardware?
    What do I need?, jtag, serial, ?


  6. #6 by Ram on September 6th, 2009

    The board can be programmed directly via the built-in RS232 serial connection.
    So just plug the cable to the computer and it’s ready to be programmed.
    JTAG is not needed : -).

  7. #7 by julian on October 26th, 2011

    I am looking at
    developing a pid type controller, at start as a pc input output, and
    when code is optimised as a standalone.
    This is for a sousvide
    controller using either i2c / ds18b20 temperature input and ssr output

    (I will also use it for brewing mash control, and possibly a time
    tmperature central heatng system too!)To this end i will need to record
    temp data to tune my alogorithms
    Is the ARM Cortex-M3 STM32f103ret6 Module suitable?

    Are there any help available?
    I program in c++ but am an idiot as far
    as hardware goes!

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