Three Channel Input Capture on a stm32f030 board
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README.md

STM32 three input channel timer

Hardware is a stm32f030f4p6 with 12MHz TCXO, communication is via i2c.

Depends on make and arm-none-eabi-gcc being in your path.

arm-none-eabi-gcc should come with newlib (or other embedded c library)

"make" - builds the binary, output is in build/input-capture-i2c.elf + build/input-capture-i2c.bin

"make flash" - build the binary and flash it with openocd. openocd.cfg is setup to use the raspberry pi's GPIO to bitbang SWD. (you'll need to rebuild openocd to use this. other useful flashing tool: stlink hardware)

Use STM32CubeMX to view the pinout

  • Src/i2c_slave.c - i2c slave
  • Src/timer.c - hardware timers measuring input capture (tim3 - runs at 48MHz, tim1 - uses tim3 as prescaler, combined they're effectively a 32bit counter) tim3 channels 1, 2, and 4 are used as input capture
  • Src/uart.c - uart print and receive
  • Src/main.c - setup and main loop
  • Src/adc.c - handles temperature and voltage measurements
  • Src/flash.c - handles storing calibration data
  • Src/stm32f0xx_hal_msp.c - auto-generated GPIO mapping code
  • Src/stm32f0xx_it.c - auto-generated interrupt handlers
  • Src/system_stm32f0xx.c - auto-generated startup code

Clocks are setup for 12MHz HSE (bypass not crystal) and 48MHz PLL

Example i2c client program (for running on a Raspberry Pi or other Linux SBC) is in clients/