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Arduino Portenta H7 - Dual-Core STM32 Processor Board with Two CAN FD Ports and Support for Arduino IoT Cloud

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Arduino Portenta H7 Board With Two CAN FD Ports

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.

Both processors share on-chip peripherals and can run Arduino Sketches on the Arm Mbed OS or native Mbed applications. They also support MicroPython and JavaScript via an interpreter.

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).

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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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