This module provides functionality specific to STM32 microcontrollers, including direct access to peripheral registers.
The module exposes three objects used for raw memory access.
Read/write 8 bits of memory.
Read/write 16 bits of memory.
Read/write 32 bits of memory.
Use subscript notation
[...] to index these objects with the address of
These memory objects can be used in combination with the peripheral register constants to read and write registers of the MCU hardware peripherals, as well as all other areas of address space.
Peripheral register constants¶
The module defines constants for registers which are generated from CMSIS header files, and the constants available depend on the microcontroller series that is being compiled for. Examples of some constants include:
Base address of the GPIOA peripheral.
Base address of the GPIOB peripheral.
Offset of the GPIO bit set/reset register.
Offset of the GPIO input data register.
Offset of the GPIO output data register.
Constants that are named after a peripheral, like
GPIOA, are the absolute
address of that peripheral. Constants that have a prefix which is the name of a
GPIO_BSRR, are relative offsets of the register. Accessing
peripheral registers requires adding the absolute base address of the peripheral
and the relative register offset. For example
GPIOA + GPIO_BSRR is the
full, absolute address of the
# set PA2 high stm.mem32[stm.GPIOA + stm.GPIO_BSRR] = 1 << 2 # read PA3 value = (stm.mem32[stm.GPIOA + stm.GPIO_IDR] >> 3) & 1
Functions specific to STM32WBxx MCUs¶
These functions are available on STM32WBxx microcontrollers, and interact with the second CPU, the RF core.
Returns the status of the second CPU as an integer (the first word of device info table).
Get the version of the firmware running on the second CPU. Pass in 0 for id to get the FUS version, and 1 to get the WS version.
Returns a 5-tuple with the full version number.
- stm.rfcore_sys_hci(ogf, ocf, data, timeout_ms=0)¶
Execute a HCI command on the SYS channel. The execution is synchronous.
Returns a bytes object with the result of the SYS command.