Stratify Toolbox – An all-in-one hardware development tool

Stratify Toolbox – An all-in-one hardware development tool

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As a hardware developer, I keep a number of tools and gadgets handy such as a USB to UART converter, O-scope, multi-meter, SWD/JTAG programmer, jumper wires as well as a few others depending on the situation. The Stratify Toolbox will replace all of these and more.

Features

The Stratify Toolbox is a Wi-Fi-enabled, all-in-one hardware/firmware development tool. It can

  • Analyze serial protocols
  • Log data on it’s SD card (JSON, YAML, TSV)
  • Display analog/digital waveforms on the built-in IPS display
  • Program and debug microcontrollers using SWD/JTAG
  • Generate signals
  • Execute applications developed by anyone using the SDK
  • Do all of the above from anywhere in the world using a Wi-Fi connection

Specifications

  • 480 MHz ARM Cortex-M7 processor (STM32H750)
  • 100 KB’s of RAM for user applications
  • 8 MB QSPI flash (for kernel updates, fonts, user data)
  • MicroSD card slot (supports SDHC with FAT filesystem)
  • Micro USB Type-B device port
  • 800 mAh battery with built-in charger
  • Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n WPA2 security, Secure Socket TCP/IP stack (ATWINC1500)
  • 20-pin IO
    • I²C x2, SPI x1, UART x3, I²S x1: slave, master, and monitor modes
    • 10 Channel Logic Analysis Inputs (up to 25 MHz)
    • ADC (0 to 33 V input) up to 3 MSps
    • DAC (0 to 3.3 V output) up to 1 MSps

This project is coming soon on CrowdSupply.com and you can check for more information on stratifylabs.co

Mike is the founder and editor of Electronics-Lab.com, an electronics engineering community/news and project sharing platform. He studied Electronics and Physics and enjoys everything that has moving electrons and fun. His interests lying on solar cells, microcontrollers and switchmode power supplies. Feel free to reach him for feedback, random tips or just to say hello :-)

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