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Author Topic: J-Link / ST-LINK V2 from scrapped NUCLEO boards  (Read 683 times)
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« on: November 20, 2021, 07:47:13 19:47 »

Hi guys,

I had a broken STM32H743-NUCLEO board which still contained an operational ST-LINK V2 programmer/debugger. Instead of putting the board directly into the trash, I've decided to make something useful out of it.
I've designed some very simple enclosure in the Autodesk Fusion 360 and printed it on my 3D printer. Prior to assembling all together, I removed the leftovers made by board tearing with a rasp.
Finally, with the STlinkReflash tool from Segger I was able to easily convert it to J-Link (this is optional of course).

And the final result is shown in the attached images.

Cheers!


Posted on: November 20, 2021, 07:44:22 19:44 - Automerged

P.S. In case you decide to build one of your own, I've attached the STL files for the 3D printer.
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