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I recently discovered the STM8S003F3, and I started developing some projects around it. Still, I came face-to-face with the program's memory limitations, so I decided to jump to the STM005C6, which has 4x more memory and several more GP?Os. I noticed a lack of development boards available, so I decided to make my design available so more people can discover these fantastic MCUs.


Edit 1.0 The ST-Link doesn't recognize the STM8S005 if VDDIO_1 or VDDIO_2 are power on at the same time than VDD so I added a diode to prevent that situation from happening while programming.


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Bill of materials used in this project

210-91-04GB01
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0603B104K160
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210SMT-2*3P Gold-plated black
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A2005WV-16P
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STM8S005C6T6TR
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CL10C200JB8NNNC
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CL10A105KO8NNNC
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Header-Male-2.54_1x1
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CL10A105KP8NNNC
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0603WAF604JT5E
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KMD160001210
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Sep 01,2020
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