SOM

 

STM32MP1 System-On-Module


The Emcraft STM32MP1 System-On-Module (SOM-STM32MP1) is a miniature module (32mm x 59mm) that combines the STMicroelectronics STM32MP157 multi-core application processor with up to 1GB DDR3L, up to 64GB eMMC and a 1Gb Ethernet PHY module on a single board. The STM32MP157 features two ARM Cortex-A7 cores up to 800MHz and an ARM Cortex-M4 core at 209MHz. The STM32MP1 SOM I/O interfaces are available for a carrier board on the two 100-pin board-to-board connectors.

Linux running on the
STM32MP1 System-on-Module


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The following is the high-level diagram of the SOM-STM32MP1:


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Emcraft develops and maintains Linux software BSP for the STM32MP1 System-On-Module.

 

Starter Kit

 

STM32MP1 SOM Starter Kit



The STM32MP1 SOM Starter Kit provides a hardware platform enabling development of STM32MP1 applications using the Emcraft STM32MP1 module. The kit can include either the STM32MP1-BSB or SOM-BSB baseboard, depending on customer's preferences.

The kit includes the following items:

  • For the kit with the STM32MP1-BSB development baseboard:
    • STM32MP1 module (SOM-STM32MP1);
    • Development baseboard (STM32MP1-BSB);
    • LCD panel (4.3" 480x272 LCD with capacitive touchscreen).

    Here is the bottom view of the kit with the STM32MP1-BSB baseboard:


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    Here is the top (LCD) view of the kit with the STM32MP1-BSB baseboard:


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    Here is the horizontal (stacked) view of the kit with the STM32MP1-BSB baseboard:

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  • For the kit with the SOM-BSB development baseboard:
    • STM32MP1 module (SOM-STM32MP1);
    • Development baseboard (SOM-BSB);
    • LCD add-on board with LCD panel (4.3" 480x272 LCD with capacitive touchscreen);
    • Mini-USB Y-cable for USB-based power and serial console.

    Here is the bottom view of the kit with the SOM-BSB baseboard:


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    Here is the top (LCD) view of the kit with the SOM-BSB baseboard:


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    Here is the horizontal (stacked) view of the kit with the SOM-BSB baseboard:


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Hardware

 

 

Hardware Resources

 

Here you will find hardware specifications, design files and various hardware materials describing the STM32MP1 System-On-Module and the Starter Kit.

If you would like to ask any question about the kit hardware architecture, please do not hesitate to contact us.

 

STM32MP1 SOM Resources Download Version # Date
Photos
STM32MP1 SOM top view 2A
May 5, 2023
STM32MP1 SOM bottom view 2A
May 5, 2023
STM32MP1 SOM being plugged into
STM32MP1-BSB baseboard
2A/3A
Apr 18, 2024
STM32MP1 SOM being plugged into
SOM-BSB baseboard
2A
May 5, 2023
High-Level Diagrams
STM32MP1 SOM high-level diagram 2A
Dec 29, 2023
STM32MP1-BSB baseboard high-level diagram 3A
Jan 12, 2024
SOM-BSB baseboard high-level diagram 1A
Feb 21, 2019
Hardware Documentation
STM32MP1 SOM hardware architecture specification
1.3
Dec 29, 2023
STM32MP1 SOM pin-out
(requires registration and login)
2A Feb 26, 2020
STM32MP1 SOM environmental specification 2A May 5, 2023
STM32MP1 SOM power consumption 2A
Dec 29, 2023
STM32MP1 SOM CE certificate 2A May 5, 2023
STM32MP1 SOM RoHS certificate 2A May 5, 2023
Hardware Materials
STM32MP1 SOM 3D model
(requires registration and login)
2A
May 5, 2023
STM32MP1 SOM mechanical drawing
(requires registration and login)
2A
May 5, 2023
STM32MP1 SOM symbol and footprint (Altium Designer) and README.txt (requires registration and login) 2A May 5, 2023
STM32MP1-BSB schematics
(requires registration and login)
3A
Mar 18, 2024
STM32MP1-BSB Bill-Of-Materials (BOM)
(requires registration and login)
3A
Mar 18, 2024
STM32MP1-BSB mechanical drawing
(requires registration and login)
3A
Dec 29, 2023
STM32MP1-BSB 3D model
(requires registration and login)
3A
Mar 18, 2024
STM32MP1-BSB PCB stacked view
(requires registration and login)
3A Coming soon
STM32MP1-BSB baseboard CAD design package (Altium Designer)(requires registration and login) 3A
Mar 18, 2024
TPM-Click Module Hardware User’s Guide 3A
Mar 6, 2024
SOM-BSB schematics
(requires registration and login)
1A May 21, 2019
SOM-BSB Bill-Of-Materials (BOM)
(requires registration and login)
1A May 21, 2019
SOM-BSB mechanical drawing
(requires registration and login)
1A May 21, 2019
SOM-BSB PCB stacked view
(requires registration and login)
1A May 21, 2019
SOM-BSB baseboard CAD design package (Altium Designer)(requires registration and login) 1A May 21, 2019
LCD-TN43 schematics
(requires registration and login)
1A Feb 21, 2019
LCD-TN43 Bill-Of-Materials (BOM)
(requires registration and login)
1A Feb 21, 2019
LCD-TN43 mechanical drawing
(requires registration and login)
1A Feb 21, 2019
LCD-TN43 baseboard CAD design package (Altium Designer)
(requires registration and login)
1A Feb 21, 2019

Software

 

STM32MP1 System-On-Module
Release Materials

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Emcraft supports Linux as an operating system for the STM32MP1 Cortex-A processor core.

All STM32MP1 System-On-Modules come preloaded with Linux and U-Boot. Full source files of U-Boot and the Linux BSP are provided for free download, along with the Linux distribution and cross-development environment. Both U-Boot and Linux are royalty-free.

 

Resources Download Version #
Date
Release Files
Release Notes. Read this to understand features supported by this release of the product. 4.1.0
Feb 27, 2024
Prebuilt bootable Linux images for the 650MHz and 800MHz STM32MP1 SOM
(requires registration and  login)
4.1.0
Feb 27, 2024
Prebuilt Yocto toochain
(meta-toolchain-qt5)
(requires registration and login)
4.1.0
Feb 27, 2024

STSAFE-TPM

 

STSAFE-TPM

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Emcraft provides a hardware and software platform for the STMicroelectronics STSAFE-TPM (Trusted Platform Module) family of products, which offers a broad portfolio of standardised solutions for embedded applications. The STSAFE-TPM includes turnkey products compliant with the Trusted Computing Group (TCG) standards that provide services to protect the confidentiality, integrity and authenticity of information and devices.

The Emcraft STSAFE-TPM platform is comprised of the two items, as follows:

  • On the hardware side, the platform is supported by Emcraft’s TPM-Click module. The TPM-Click is a Click/mikroBUS module featuring the STMicroelectronics ST33KTPM2X, a STSAFE-TPM trusted platform module 2.0. The TPM-Click module plugs into the Click interface of the Emcraft STM32MP1-BSB Starting Kit, however can also be used with any standard implementation of the Click/mikroBUS interface. Interface to the host is via either I2C or SPI.
  • On the software side, the Emcraft Linux BSP for the STM32MP1 SoC has been enhanced with appropriate device drivers and configuration interfaces allowing seamless integration with the ST33KTPM2X device.
Resources Download Version #
Date
Photos
TPM-Click Module for the STM32MP1-BSB kit 3A
Mar 12, 2024
Documentation
TPM-Click Module Hardware User’s Guide 3A
Mar 6, 2024
Using the ST Trusted Platform Module (TPM) Chip with Emcraft Linux BSP for the STM32MP1 SoC 3A
Mar 6, 2024

Contact Emcraft about obtaining the TPM-Click module, as well as about supporting custom software features using the STSAFE-TPM technology.

Docs

 

STM32MP1 System-On-Module
Documentation

 

This page provides various documentation materials for the STM32MP1 System-On-Module (SOM).

If you are just starting to use the STM32MP1 Starter Kit, read through the documentation materials in the order they are listed below. If you are looking for an answer to a concrete question, refer to Subject to understand the category of each specific documentation item.

 

Resource Subject
Download Date
Application Notes
Setting up the STM32MP1 SOM starter kit #kit
Jan 24, 2024
Selecting boot device
#kit
#boot
Feb 27, 2024
Booting Linux from SD Card

#linux
#uboot

Feb 27, 2024
Booting Linux from eMMC

#linux
#uboot

Feb 27, 2024
Booting a specific Kit configuration

#config

Feb 27, 2024
Running U-Boot

#uboot

Apr 16, 2019
Building bootable Linux images

#linux
#yocto

Feb 27, 2024
Building U-Boot

#uboot

Jan 19, 2024
Building Linux kernel

#linux
#kernel

Jan 19, 2024
Loading Linux kernel images via Ethernet and TFTP

#linux
#uboot

Apr 16, 2019
Controlling GPIO in Linux

#linux
#gpio

Sep 6, 2023
Using USB interfaces

#usb

Feb 28, 2024
Using Real-Time clock

#rtc

Feb 28, 2024
Using M.2 WiFi/Bluetooth module #wifi
#bc
Feb 26, 2024
Using the MIPI DSI interface #mipi
#dsi
Apr 18, 2024
Using the DCMI camera interface
#dcmi
Apr 18, 2024
Using the TFT LCD interface
#tftlcd
Apr 18, 2024
Attaching SPI devices via MikroE Click connector
#spi
#MicroE
Feb 26, 2024
Attaching an I2C device to MicroE Click connector
#i2c
#MicroE
Feb 26, 2024
Using the ST Trusted Platform Module (TPM) Chip with Emcraft Linux BSP for the STM32MP1 SoC #tpm
Mar 6, 2024
Building userspace applications

#linux
#yocto

Apr 22, 2019
Remote debugging with GDB

#debug
#gdb

Apr 22, 2019
Remote debugging with Eclipse
#debug
#eclipse
Apr 23, 2019
Loading firmware to the M4 core and using RPMSG for inter-core communications

#linux
#m4

Aug 25, 2023
Developing M4 firmware

#m4

Apr 22, 2019

 

Services

 

STM32MP1 Development Services

 

 

Emcraft provides software development services for the ST STM32MP1:

  • Portation of Linux BSPs to custom STM32MP1 hardware boards.
  • Development, validation and integration of Linux and U-Boot device drivers.
  • Portation of Linux user-space packages and components to the STM32MP1.
  • Boot time optimization.
  • Power consumption customization.
  • Development of Linux application code for the STM32MP1.
  • RTOS development for Cortex-M4 core of the STM32MP1.
  • GUI development and graphical design.

Emcraft provides hardware development services for the ST STM32MP1:

  • Development of custom STM32MP1 boards based on the Emcraft STM32MP1 reference design.

Order

 

Ordering Info

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Contact Emcraft to get a quote for required configuration and quantity of the STM32MP1 SOM.

 


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