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1. Use an aluminum alloy U disk shell to install the internal motherboard.

2. The interface definition is directly marked on the enclosure.

3. 5V, 3.3V at the same time to provide external use, convenient for you to connect 5V and 3.3V target board.

4. The shell characters use laser engraving, never fade off, and permanent clarity.

5. The internal motherboard with 500MA self-recovery fuse, completely protect your expensive computer motherboards.

6. Red and blue double color LED indicator lamp, it is convenient for you to observe the working state of ST-LINK V2 at all times.

7. Distribution DuPont wire, so that you can easily deal with the wire sequence of the different target boards.

8. The outer packing is made of an anti-static bag and sealed pack by an automatic sealing machine. It is safe and reliable and not afraid of static electricity or water.

1. Support a full range of STM32 SWD interface debugging, 4 wire interface simple (including power), fast speed, work stability; interface definition shell is directly marked.
2. Support a full range of STM8 SWIM download debugging (common development environment such as IAR, STVD, and so on are supported); support software version is as follows:
1) XTW LINK ST Utility 2.0 and above
2) STVD 4.2.1 and above

3) STVP 3.2.3 and above
4) IAR EWARM V6.20 and above

5) IAR EWSTM8 V1.30 and above
6) KEIL RVMDK V4.21 and above 6 and above
3. Support firmware automatic upgrade, factory firmware has been upgraded to the latest V2.J17.S4.
4. Increase the 5V power output, output I / O port is protected, not afraid of operating mistakes caused by LINK, ST, V2 damage.
5. The interface uses pure copper gold-plated 2.54 space simple ox horn socket with 20CM Dupont wire
6. Using U aluminum alloy shell to protect the motherboard
7. With data package, data contains:
1) XTW, LINK, ST, V2 driver;

2) KEIL, MDK (4.60) development environment (and another common development environment)

3) IAR, STM8 (1401) development environment (and another common development environment)

4) STVD STM8 development environment (and another common development environment)

5) A number of classic STM32 data (including a large number of examples of source code and video tutorials)

6) A number of classic STM8 data (including a large number of examples of source code and learning experience)



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