Introduction to 32-bit Power Architecture MCUs
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Meet with STM32 ultra-low-power MCU ARM Cortex®-M0+ based. Discover how STMicroelectronics solution to reduce power consumption with 32-bit core.
This video describes the main components and features of the B-L475E-IOT board and shows a typical use of this platform as an IoT node using AWS (Amazon Web Services) to demonstrate the interactions between that node and a cloud server to build an intelligent system. The focus is put on the MQTT messages exchanges in between the IoT node and a user through AWS IoT services. These messages contain sensors values and LED status and all the changes detected on the board.
SST has built a new architecture to reach best-in-class ultra-low-power figures thanks to its high flexibility. STM32L4 MCUs have scored 217 in the standardized EEMBC™ ULPBench® tests that compare the efficiency of ultra-low-power microcontrollers. Moreover, the STM32L4 series shatters performance limits in the ultra-low-power world. It delivers 100 DMIPS based on its ARM® Cortex®-M4 core with FPU and ST ART Accelerator™ at 80 MHz.
The STM32 Nucleo pack for LoRa™ technology and high-performance FSK/OOK RF transceiver modem (P-NUCLEO-LRWAN1) is a development tool to learn and develop solutions based on LoRa™ and/or FSK/OOK technologies.
This video describes our STM32L496G Discovery board from an HW standpoint and then the Graphics features demonstrating various applications such as ULP (ultra-low-power) measurement, smartwatch, gaming, audio player with clear focus on the User interface developed with Partners graphics environments.
In our continued efforts to simplify developers’ life within the STM32Cube environment, we just introduced a new video demonstrating how to easily port an example built using ST’s new STM32Cube Low-Layer APIs from one board (NUCLEO-L476RG) to another (32L496GDISCOVERY) within the same STM32 family. Using the Low-Layer template project corresponding to the target board, the process can be as simple as copying the applicative code from the original project and pasting it into the template project source files already configured to accommodate the new BSP.
A new free software from ST, is simplifying development on STM32, through a consistent set of software: STM32CubeMX, software tool on the PC, generating initialization code, and also a collection of embedded software bricks, abstracting the used STM32 and coming with tons of usage examples !