News & Updates from STMicroelectronics – 12 January 2017


Low-power sensor evaluation platform based on Bluetooth Smart SOC The STEVAL-IDB007V1 evaluation platform based on our low-power Bluetooth® Smart system-on-chip (BlueNRG-1) provides a set of hardware resources for implementing a wide range of sensor (accelerometer, pressure and temperature) scenarios and manage debug messages. Firmware lets you interface with a mobile BlueNRG sensor application (iOS or…

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Microcontroller news from STMicroelectronics – 21 December 2016


Develop DSI/HDMI video solutions with two new add-on display adapter boards ST introduces two new add-on display adapter boards for STM32F769 Discovery boards to demonstrate video solutions based on STM32 MCUs. These adapters enable compatibility with more display types, resolutions and sizes, and provide a means to use HDMI technology. The B-LCDAD-HDMI1 converts DSI into…

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Automotive and Transportation news from ST – 14 December 2016


New VIPower® Zero high-side switches for extra precision, diagnostics and protection ST introduces a new family of high-side switches with very low on-resistance and extended current sensing, a perfect combination to drive and protect high-power loads. VIPower Zero devices can effectively replace electro-mechanical relays in automotive applications such as high-current fan motors, heaters and protected…

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SensorTile: an IoT design lab on the tip of a pencil – 06 December 2016


SensorTile is a tiny, turnkey, IoT sensor module that packs powerful processing capabilities leveraging an ultra-low-power STM32L4 microcontroller and Bluetooth Low Energy connectivity based on our BlueNRG network processor as well as a wide spectrum of MEMS motion and environmental sensors and including a digital microphone.   SensorTile can snugly fit into your IoT hub…

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News & Updates from STMicroelectronics – 02 December 2016


Experience counts for standard products ST offers one of the industry’s broadest range of standard and drop-in-replacement ICs including the most popular general-purpose analog ICs, discrete and serial EEPROM with thousands of references to help reduce your supplier list. We manufacture billions of them to the highest quality standards – many references are AEC-Q qualified…

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Check out the latest ST videos from Electronica – 09 November 2016


At Electronica 2016 in Munich, ST is demonstrating the power of technology to make manufacturing, driving and devices everywhere smarter and securely connected. Discover the full spectrum of ST activities and presentations taking place during Electronica 2016. If you cannot attend the event, you can still see interviews and demonstrations from the experts on our…

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News & Updates from STMicroelectronics – 08 November 2016


Tiny 32-bit MCU-based BLDC motor driver greatly simplifies design challenges The STSPIN32F0 combines a 32-bit ARM® Cortex®-M0 STM32F0 microcontroller and a 3-phase, half-bridge gate driver in a tiny 7×7 mm QFN package, delivering the flexibility and power of a MCU-based drive with the simplicity and space-efficiency of a single IC. Ideal for BLDC motors in…

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STM32 ODE news from STMicroelectronics – 26 October 2016


Complete hardware and software solution to quickly build a Contiki sensor network   The STM32 Open Development Environment (ODE) provides developers with end-to-end solutions to explore and validate design concepts leveraging an extensive set of hardware and software that help add functionalities and scale-up your project. Today developers can easily create a Contiki 6LoWPAN, sub-GHz…

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IoT news from STMicroelectronics – 20 October 2016


Harvest the maximum power from ambient energy and charge your IoT devices 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…

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Motor Control news from STMicroelectronics – 12 October 2016


Low-voltage 3-phase BLDC motor driver features standby consumption down to 80 nA The STSPIN230 motor driver integrates control logic and a triple half-bridge low RDS(on) power stage in a small 3×3 mm QFN  package. It operates from an input voltage as low as 1.8 V, over a wide current and temperature range, making it ideal…

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