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Efficiency for smart devices with new MCUs
STMicroelectronics’ latest STM32H7A3, STM32H7B3, and STM32H7B0 Value Line microcontrollers (MCUs) combine 280MHz Arm Cortex-M7 core performance, high memory density, and power savings for future generations of smart objects.
Ultra-low power and security for IoT come
STMicroelectronics has announced ultra-low-power STM32L5x2 microcontrollers (MCUs) that emphasise security to assure better protected IoT-connected applications. Operating at clock frequencies to 110MHz, the STM32L5-series MCUs start from the Arm Cortex-M33 32-bit RISC core with Arm TrustZone hardware-based security.
Highly integrated and flexible synchronous DC/DC converters
STMicroelectronics’ L6983 38V/3A synchronous DC/DC converters maintain high efficiency at all loads with a maximum value of 95% and are highly integrated with synchronous MOSFETs on-chip to save external components and simplify design.
BLDC drivers target high-voltage applications
STMicroelectronics has introduced four new devices in the STSPIN32F0 motor-control system-in-package BLDC driver family, which simplify the design of mains-powered home appliances and industrial equipment including corded power tools, drives, pumps, fans, and compressors.
Accelerating innovation with powerful development tools
STMicroelectronics is helping the automotive industry deliver safer, greener, and smarter vehicles to market more quickly and cost effectively with new tools that assist the development of electronic control units (ECUs), the ‘mini-computers’ that manage the numerous electronic systems in today’s vehicles.
Intuitive touch controls brought to smart devices
STMicroelectronics and Fieldscale, an ST Authorised Partner and provider of simulation software, have joined forces to simplify development of touch-enabled user interfaces for smart devices containing ST’s STM32 microcontrollers (MCUs).
High-voltage switch IC drives portability with performance
STMicroelectronics has announced that its 64-channel high-voltage analogue-switch IC delivers integration for advanced ultrasound systems, probes, piezoelectric drivers, automated test equipment, industrial automation, and process-control systems.
STMicroelectronics joins Zigbee Alliance board of directors
The Zigbee Alliance, an organisation of hundreds of companies creating, maintaining, and delivering open, global standards for the Internet of Things (IoT), has announced that STMicroelectronics has joined its Board of Directors.
Silicon Carbide wafer supply agreement announced
ROHM and STMicroelectronics have announced the signing of a multi-year Silicon Carbide (SiC) wafers supply agreement with SiCrystal, a ROHM group company having a top share of SiC wafers in Europe. The agreement governs the supply of over 120 million dollars of advanced 150mm silicon carbide wafers by SiCrystal to STMicroelectronics during this period of demand ramp-up for silicon carbide power devices.
Powerful new features added to software framework
STMicroelectronics has added new features to the TouchGFX software framework for STM32 MCUs, streamlining creation of attention-grabbing user interfaces for domestic appliances, home automation, industrial controls, medical devices, and wearables. The latest version introduces TouchGFX Generator to make setting up a project and configuring related peripherals easier than ever.
Software to elevate user interfaces and reduce memory in MCUs
STMicroelectronics has updated the TouchGFX user-interface software framework for STM32 MCUs, adding features that enable smoother and more dynamic user interfaces and lower demand on the memory and CPU. TouchGFX is a free tool in the STM32 ecosystem. Comprising two parts - TouchGFX Designer PC tool for designing and configuring rich user interfaces, and TouchGFX Engine software that runs on the end-device to secure high UI performance - the...
Support for LoRaWAN firmware update over the air
STMicroelectronics has enhanced its STM32 LoRaWAN software expansion package for developers (I-CUBE-LRWAN) to support the latest Firmware Update Over The Air (FUOTA) specifications. FUOTA cost-effectively future-proofs LoRa devices by simplifying applying application-layer updates and RF-stack updates to devices in the field, increasing the value of LoRa as a long-range, low-power technology for connecting IoT devices.
Fully integrated power management IC saves board space
With features including four DC/DC buck converters, a boost DC/DC converter, and six low-dropout regulators (LDOs), the STMicroelectronics STPMIC1 power-management IC (PMIC) satisfies the complex power demands of highly integrated application-processor based systems.
Affordable and easy-to-use eight-bit MCUs
STMicroelectronics is making design starts using eight-bit STM8 microcontrollers (MCUs) faster, more affordable, and more accessible for creative minds of all types by introducing new development boards in the easy-to-use Nucleo-32 form factor.
Memory chips let small devices handle bigger user data
STMicroelectronics has introduced a new generation of memory chips that combine storage density with speed and reliability, enabling the devices we use every day to do more to enrich life and work. With 4Mbit capacity, ST’s new EEPROM memories let small devices capture and store more data through the serial SPI bus.
Developing next-generation automotive exterior lighting solutions
STMicroelectronics is collaborating with Audi, to conceive, design, industrialise, manufacture, and deliver the next generation of innovative automotive exterior OLED lighting. The first demonstration of this effort was the showing of next-generation digital OLED technology presented by Audi at the 2019 International Symposium on Automotive Lighting (ISAL). The parties target to release this new technology in future car models of the Audi.
Wireless support for proven smart-meter chipset
STMicroelectronics has announced that it is facilitating smarter city and industry infrastructures through the combination of powerline and wireless communication in its smart-meter chipset. The ST8500 powerline communication (PLC) chipset now enables smart meters to communicate through existing power cables or radio frequency (RF) waves, combining the strengths of both types of connection.
Enhanced NFC experiences of new iOS 13 platform
STMicroelectronics is enhancing software support for smartphone app developers to unleash the full potential from the new Core NFC Framework of the newly released iOS 13 operating system. The Core NFC Framework in iOS 13 enables reading and writing interactions with diverse types of NFC tags, including ISO/IEC 15693type-5 tags.
Transient-voltage-suppression diodes deliver higher protection
The latest generation of Transient-Voltage-Suppression (TVS) diodes from STMicroelectronics delivers power density, handling 600W and 1,500W transient power in SMB Flat, and 400W and 600W in SMA Flat packages that are just 1.0mm high. In addition to the lower profile, ST’s new 1,500W SMB Flat package has transient-power capability equivalent to that of conventional devices in SMC packages, in a footprint more than 50% smaller...
Embedded machine learning with the SensorTile
The SensorTile Curriculum is open source university-level coursework created for those seeking hands-on experience in real time embedded systems based on Arm-Core microcontrollers.