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The STM32G0C1E-EV Evaluation board is a high-end development platform for the STM32G0C1VET6 microcontroller operating at up to 64 MHz frequency with internal 512-Kbyte Flash memory, 144-Kbyte RAM, USB 2.0 FS device and host, two CAN FDs, USB Type-C®, and Power Delivery controller interfaces (UCPD) compliant with USB Type-C® r1.2 and USB PD specification r3.0, three I2Cs, three SPIs, six USARTs, two low-power UARTs, one 12-bit ADC, two 12-bit DACs, three general-purpose comparators, seven general-purpose timers, two low-power timers, HDMI CEC, and SWD debugging support.
The full range of hardware features on the STM32G0C1E-EV Evaluation board includes the mother board, the legacy peripheral daughterboard, and the USB-C® and Power Delivery daughterboard, which help to develop applications, and evaluate all peripherals, such as USB Type-C® connector with USB PD, motor control connector, CAN FD, USB 2.0 FS, RS-232, RS-485, audio DAC, microphone ADC, TFT LCD, IrDA, IR LED, IR receiver, LDR, microSD™ card, CEC on two HDMI connectors, Smartcard slot, RF EEPROM, and temperature sensor.
The board integrates an ST-LINK/V2-1 as an embedded in-circuit debugger and programmer for the STM32 MCU.
The daughterboard and extension connectors provide an easy way to connect a daughterboard or wrapping board for the user's specific application.
The USB-C® and Power Delivery daughterboard features two independent USB-C® ports controlled by STM32G0. USB-C® port 1 is dual role power (DRP) and can provide up to 45 W of power. USB-C® port 2 is sink only. Both support the USB PD protocol and the alternate mode functionality.
Application firmware examples are provided to evaluate USB-C® technology through various use cases.