CORE2 v1.0.0

1. About CORE2

Husarion CORE2 is a development board for Internet connected automation & robotic devices. With CORE2, you will quickly create both simple and complex robots, home automation devices and many more.

1.1. Features

  • STM32F4 microcontroller
    • Built-in ports for DC motors with encoders
    • Variety of interfaces for literally any sensor or external module
  • Connect your robot to the Internet in your way - you can use:
    • ESP32 Wi-Fi module
    • external single board computer (e.g. RaspberryPi)
    • smartphone/tablet
  • Powerful development framework: based on Real-Time Operating System, with strong support for hardware peripherals: DMAs, interrupt handling etc. It sounds complicated - but isn’t thanks to simple C++ API
  • Programmable through Husarion cloud WebIDE - you don’t need to install anything on your computer. A web browser is enough
  • You can not only stream data through the Internet, but also video - add teleconferencing to your constructions with a single line of code
  • Web User Interface for your device. Share it the same way you share a photo to your friends
  • Plenty of examples at makes starting building a piece of cake.

1.2. Specification

Microcontroller 32-bit STM32F4 with ARM Cortex-M4 core, FPU, 168MHz, 1MB Flash, 192KB RAM, 210DMIPS
Supply voltage 6 - 16V
Dimensions \(W x L x H) 85 x 94 x 14mm
Weight 67g
Motor ports 4 x hMotor outputs with H-bridges and quadrature encoder interface
1A average current, 2A peak current
Sensors ports 6 x hSensor inputs with 4x GPIO + ADC + External Interrupt + I2C/UART + 5V supply
Servo ports 6 x hServo with built-in DC/DC converter supporting selectable output voltage (5V, 6V, 7.4V or 8.6V)
Expansion header 1 x hExt port with 12 x GPIO, 7 x ADC, SPI, I2C, UART interfaces, 2x External Interrups and power supply: 5V and Vin (main) voltage output
Connectivity CAN, USB Full Speed Host, Serial port with FTDI and micro USB connector, microSD card slot, SWD debugger interface
Wireless Interfaces Wi-Fi thanks to ESP32 module or RaspberryPi (v2, v3 or zero)