Ensure full power autonomy of a wireless sensor node or wearables by charging any battery type or supercap using ST’s STEVAL-IDS002V1, a fully configurable autonomous wireless sensor node. Based on ST’s SPV1050 ultra-low-power PV and TEG energy harvester and battery charger, the kit also comes with a power monitoring board and a dedicated GUI to easily manage MPPT tracking, system power budget monitoring and temperature, air pressure and 3-axis acceleration data transmissions by Sub-Giga RF radio.
Simplify the design, save space and extend the lifetime of battery-powered IoT devices with three new monolithic STSPIN motor drivers. Optimized for stepper (with a position accuracy of 256 microsteps per full step), DC brushed, and 3-phase BLDC motors, they operate from a supply voltage as low as 1.8 V and enable power savings thanks to the ultra-low, best-in-class standby current of less than 80 nA. Available in a 3 x 3 mm QFN package, they also benefit from comprehensive built-in protection features.
The combination of ST’s STWBC-WA charging-transmitter controller and STWLC04 wireless battery-charger receiver enables power transfers up to 1 W with just 11 mm diameter coils on the receive side and 20 mm for the transmitter, allowing slimmer form factors. The full-featured chipset supports wireless-charging for Li-ion or Li-polymer batteries and includes safety mechanisms such as foreign-object detection, active transmitter-presence detection, and receiver thermal protection.
The TSZ12 series of high-precision op amps offer very low input offset voltages with virtually zero drift. Available in single-, dual-, and quad-channel versions, these op amps offer rail-to-rail input and output, excellent speed/power consumption ratio, and 400 kHz gain bandwidth product, while consuming less than 40 µA at 5 V. These features make the TSZ12 series ideal for sensor interfaces as well as battery-powered and portable applications.
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At the just-concluded ST Developers Conference in Santa Clara, California presenters and enthusiasts shared their passion for smart and powerful technologies. More than 600 attendees had a front row seat to major innovations happening in the Internet of Things, and saw many breakthroughs taking place in the cloud and in consumer and industrial electronics.