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NUCLEO-G431RB - starter kit with STM32 microcontroller (STM32G431RB)

NUCLEO series starter kit equipped with STM32G431RB microcontroller (128 kB Flash, Cortex-M4), with built-in programmer-debugger ST-Link-V3E, equipped with connectors compatible with Arduino.

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ID: 575469

20,14€ gross (23% VAT)
16,37€ net

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The Nucleo development kit with the STM32 microcontroller allows you to easily try new solutions and build prototypes. The board is equipped with connectors compatible with Arduino R3, which allows you to connect extensions. shield both those intended for Arduino as well as those specially designed for Nucleo. In addition to the Arduino-compatible connectors, the board has Morpho output pins that give access to all microcontroller pins. The built-in ST-LINK programmer / debugger is a great help, it can operate in three modes: mass storage, virtual COM port or debugger port. The programmer cooperates with many popular programming environments such as IAR, Keil, STM32CubeIDE and others based on GCC.


  • STM32 microcontroller in the LQFP64 housing
  • 1 programmable LED
  • 1 programmable button, 1 reset button
  • Quartz resonator 32.768 kHz
  • Two types of pins one compatible with Arduino R3, the other type Morpho
  • Possibility of power supply via USB or external power supply
  • Built-in ST-LINK programmer / debugger operating in three modes: mass storage, virtual COM port or debugger port
  • Compatibility with free libraries and sample programs available in STM32Cube
  • Compatible with many development environments such as IAR, Keil and others based on GCC

Properties of the microcontroller

  • ARM 32-bit Cortex-M4 core
  • Maximum frequency: 170 MHz
  • ART accelerator
  • Power supply: 1,71-3,6 V
  • Mathematical hardware accelerators:
    • CORDIC for trigonometric functions
    • FMAC for mathematical filtering functions
  • 128 kB of flash memory protected by PCROP
  • 22 kB of SRAM memory, with hardware parity checking for the first 16 kB
  • Four power saving modes: Sleep, Stop, Standby and Shutdown
  • Possibility of direct supply of real-time RTC clock and supporting registers
  • Quartz resonator 4-48 MHz and 32 kHz
  • 52 high-speed I / O ports, of which some tolerate 5 V voltage
  • DMA controller supporting 12 channels
  • 2 analog-to-digital converters (ADC) with a resolution of up to 16-bit
  • 4 digital-to-analog converters (DAC) with 12-bit resolution
  • 4 super fast comparators
  • 14 counters
  • RTC calendar with alarm and the possibility of waking the microcontroller from the Stop or Standby state
  • interfaces:
    • 1 x FDCAN
    • 3 x I2C
    • 4 x USART / UART
    • 1 x LPUART
    • 3 x SPI
    • 1 x SAI
    • USB 2.0 full-speed
  • Random number generator (RNG)