Arduino Portenta H7 - Dual-Core STM32 Processor Board with Two CAN FD Ports and Support for Arduino IoT Cloud
The Portenta H7's central processor is represented by the dual-core STM32H747, including a Cortex M7 at 480 MHz and a Cortex M4 at 240 MHz. The two cores intercommunicate through a Remote Procedure Call mechanism that seamlessly enables calling functions on the other processor.
The onboard wireless module simultaneously permits the management of WiFi and Bluetooth® connectivity on the Portenta H7. The WiFi interface can operate as an Access Point, a Station, or a dual-mode simultaneous AP/STA. It can handle up to 65 Mbps transfer rate. The Bluetooth interface supports Bluetooth Classic and BLE.
In addition, the board comes with a set of CAN Bus controllers, two with CAN FD and one with time-triggered CAN (TT-CAN).
The Arduino Portenta Breakout board supports hardware engineers and makers to prototype and test devices connections and capability within the Portenta family boards (e.g., the Portenta H7).
All high-density connector signals are individually accessible, making it quick and easy to connect and test external hardware components and devices.
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