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GigaDevice GD32F450I-EVAL

Overview

The GD32F450I-EVAL board is a hardware platform that enables prototyping on GD32F450IK Cortex-M4F Stretch Performance MCU.

The GD32F450IK features a single-core ARM Cortex-M4F MCU which can run up to 200 MHz with flash accesses zero wait states, 3072kiB of Flash, 256kiB of SRAM and 140 GPIOs.

gd32f450i_eval

Hardware

  • GD32F450IKT6 MCU

  • AT24C02C 2Kb EEPROM

  • GD25Q32C 16Mbit SPI and QSPI NOR Flash

  • GD9FS1G8F2A 1Gbit NAND Flash

  • Micron MT48LC16M16A2P-6AIT 256Mbit SDRAM

  • 3 x User LEDs

  • 3 x User Push buttons

  • 1 x USART (RS-232 at J1 connector)

  • 1 x POT connected to an ADC input

  • Headphone interface

  • Micro SD Card Interface

  • USB FS connector

  • USB HS connector

  • 1 x CAN

  • Ethernet Interface

  • 3.5” RGB-LCD (320x480)

  • OV2640 Digital Camera

  • GD-Link on board programmer

  • J-Link/JTAG connector

For more information about the GD32F450 SoC and GD32F450I-EVAL board:

Supported Features

The board configuration supports the following hardware features:

Peripheral

Kconfig option

Devicetree compatible

NVIC

N/A

arm,v7m-nvic

SYSTICK

N/A

N/A

USART

CONFIG_SERIAL

gd,gd32-usart

Serial Port

The GD32F450I-EVAL board has one serial communication port. The default port is USART0 with TX connected at PA9 and RX at PA10.

Programming and Debugging

Before programming your board make sure to configure boot and serial jumpers as follows:

  • J2/3: Select 2-3 for both (boot from user memory)

  • J5: Select 1-2 position (labeled as USART0)