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STMicroelectronics ESDAVLC8-1BT2Y Bidirectional Single-Line TVS Diode is designed to protect data lines or other I/O ports against ESD transients. This item offers very low capacitance that is optimized for data integrity and a breakdown voltage of 8.5V minimum. This device is ideal for applications where both printed circuit board space and power absorption capability are required. Typical applications include automotive, computers, printers, communication systems, cellular phone handsets and accessories, and video equipment.
STMicroelectronics STM32-Based NAND Flash Driver Evaluation Boards are product evaluation boards for a NAND Flash driver based on the STM32F103ZET6 microcontroller. It supports 512 byte and 2 kilobyte page SLC NAND Flash, and dynamic detection of NAND Flash based on “Device ID”. The firmware automatically detects which NAND Flash is mounted on the PCB, and functions accordingly. STEVAL-CCM006V2 and STEVAL-CCM007V2 come with a TFT MB785/P while the STEVAL-CCM006V1 and STEVAL-CCM007V1 do not have a TFT included.
STMicroelectronics SPC560B-DIS Discovery Evaluation Board is a low cost and quick way to discover SPC56 B line. Based on SPC560B54L5, the discovery board includes a JTAG debugger from PLS, LEDs, push buttons and extension headers to connect prototyping boards or additional modules. PLS UDE software is available for free download and includes a perpetual 128Kbyte debugging/programming license. The SPC56 B line of MCUs is designed to address the specific need of car body applications but as well many other markets where high temperature operation, high reliability, low power stand-by operation with quick wake up and real-time loads diagnostic are required.
STMicroelectronics EVAL-L9942 Evaluation Board is designed to provide the user a platform to evaluate the L9942. The L9942 is a motor driver for bipolar stepper motors with micro-stepping and programmable current profile look-up-table to allow a flexible adaptation of the motor characteristics and intended operating conditions. Different current profiles can be chosen depending on target criteria: audible noise, vibrations, rotation speed or torque. The decay mode used in PWM-current control circuit can be programmed to have slow, fast, mixed and auto-decay. The programmable stall detection is useful to avoid running the motor too long time in stall position minimizing the noise. The EVAL-L9942 board provides all the inputs and outputs capabilities necessary to drive correctly a bipolar stepper motor and also to monitoring diagnostic functionalities. The board can be connected to the discovery boards developed for the SPC56 microcontroller.
STMicroelectronics L9942 Stepper Motor Driver is an integrated stepper motor driver for bipolar stepper motors with microstepping and programmable current profile look-up-table to allow a flexible adaptation of the stepper motor characteristics and intended operating conditions. It is possible to use different current profiles depending on target criteria: audible noise, vibrations, rotation speed or torque. The decay mode used in PWM-current control circuit can be programmed to slow-, fast-, mixed-and auto-decay. In auto-decay mode device will use slow decay mode if the current for the next step will increase and the fast decay or mixed decay mode if the current will decrease. The programmable stall detection is useful in case of head lamp leveling and bending light application, by preventing to run the motor too long time in stall for position alignment. If a stall is detected, the alignment process is closed and the noise is minimized.
STMicroelectronics STC3115 Gas Gauge IC is designed to provide the hardware functions required to implement a low-cost gas gauge for battery monitoring. The STC3115 uses current sensing, Coulomb counting and accurate measurements of the battery voltage to estimate the state-of-charge (SOC) of the battery. An internal temperature sensor simplifies implementation of temperature compensation. An alarm output signals a low SOC condition and can also indicate low battery voltage. The alarm threshold levels are programmable. STM's STC3115 is an ideal choice for designer who require the advanced features to ensure high performance gas gauging in all application conditions.
STMicroelectronics INEMO-M1 System-on-Board is the first 9-axis motion sensing system-on-board (SoB) of the iNEMO module family. INEMO-M1 integrates multiple MEMS sensors (accelerometers, gyroscopes and magnetometer) from ST with a powerful computational core: a 6-axis digital ecompass, a 3-axis digital gyroscope and an ARM® Cortex™-M3 32-bit MCU. The 9 degrees-of-freedom (9-DoF) inertial system represents a fully integrated solution that can be used in a broad variety of applications such as robotics, personal navigation, gaming and wearable sensors for healthcare, sports and fitness. A complete set of communication interfaces and motion-sensing capabilities in a very small size form factor (13x13x2mm) and the possibility to embed ST’s sensor fusion software make the INEMO-M1 system-on-board a flexible solution for high-performance, effortless orientation estimation and motion-tracking applications.
STMicroelectronics BlueNRG Bluetooth® Low Energy Wireless Network
Processor is designed to enable longer runtimes and smaller, lighter
batteries in a wide range of wireless “appcessories” such as fitness
wristbands, smart eyewear, or interactive clothes. Compliant with the
latest Bluetooth 4.0 standard, this very low power Bluetooth low energy
(BLE) single-mode network processor features its own radio, processor,
and Bluetooth firmware to simplify the wireless design. The entire
Bluetooth low energy stack runs on the embedded Cortex M0 core. The
non-volatile Flash memory allows on-field stack upgrading. With a peak
current of only 8.2mA in transmit mode at 0dBm and 7.3mA in receiver
mode, BlueNRG offers frugal power management and transitions rapidly
between operating modes thereby minimizing unproductive power thanks to
its best-in-class current consumption. BlueNRG's design enables
applications to meet the tight advisable peak current requirements
imposed with the use of standard coin cell batteries. Ultra low-power
sleep modes and very short transition times between operating modes
allow very low average current consumption, resulting in longer battery
STMicroelectronics STEVAL-ILL061V1 lighting development tool is a high brightness RGB LED array driver system evaluation board with local dimming and diagnostics based on LED1642GW independent PWM LED driver controlled through an STM32 microcontroller SPI interface. An ST L7981 DC-DC converter provides the voltages/power for overall functioning of the board.
STMicroelectronics BALF-SPI-01D3 Balun Transformer is an ultra-miniature balun. The BALF-SPI-01D3 integrates matching network and harmonics filters. Matching impedance has been customized for the Spirit1 ST transceiver. The BALF-SPI-01D3 uses STMicroelectronics IPD technology on non-conductive glass substrate which optimize RF performances.
STMicroelectronics BAL-CC25-01D3 Balun Transformer is an ultra miniature balun which integrates a matching network in a monolithic glass substrate. This has been customized for the CC25xx and CC85xx RF transceivers. It’s a design using STMicroelectronics IPD (integrated passive device) technology on non-conductive glass substrate to optimize RF performance.
STMicroelectronics M24SR Dynamic NFC/RFID Tag ICs are dynamic NFC/RFID tag ICs with a dual interface. These devices include embedded EEPROM memory in 2K, 4K, 16K and 64K versions. They can be operated from an I²C interface or by a 13.56MHz RFID reader or an NFC phone. The I²C interface uses a two-wire serial interface, consisting of a bidirectional data line and a clock line. They behave as a slave in the I²C protocol. The RF protocol is compatible with ISO/IEC 14443 Type A and NFC Forum Type 4 Tag.
STMicroelectronics LDK130 Low Drop Voltage Regulators provide 300mA of maximum current from an input supply voltage in the range of 1.9V to 5.5V, with a typical dropout voltage of 100mV. It is stabilized with a ceramic capacitor on the output. The very low drop voltage, low quiescent current and low noise features make it suitable for low power battery-powered applications. An enable logic control function puts the LDK130 in shutdown mode allowing a total current consumption lower than 1μA. The device also includes a short-circuit constant current limiting and thermal protection.
STMicroelectronics STM32 Nucleo Development Boards are designed to support users who want to get familiar with the features of the entire STM32 MCU family. These boards are ideal for quick prototyping, and the standardized connectivity allows the designer to build and reuse add-on hardware across the whole portfolio of Nucleo boards. The board connectors are compatible with Arduino, and a new standardized ST connector (Morpho) which gives access to all IOs available on the MCU. The board comes with ready-to use software examples and is supported by IAR and Keil development tools, as well as GCC based IDEs. Each of these boards contain an ST-LINK/V2-1 in-circuit debugger and programmer, which can be used either with the on-board MCU or – in standalone mode – with any other applications containing an STM32 MCU.
STMicroelectronics EVAL-RX95HF is an evaluation kit for RX95HF NFC transceiver. This component is a 13.56 MHz near field communication transceiver for tag emulation and could be used with an NFC Reader (NFC smartphone, CR95HF) to exchange NDEF messages (URI, VCARD, URL) or establish a Proprietary Data exchange protocol communication. The communication protocol is based on ISO/IEC 14443 Type A. The EVAL-RX95HF is powered through the USB bus. It includes an RX95HF transceiver for tag emulation, a 47 x 34 mm 13.56 MHz inductive etched antenna and its associated tuning components. The RX95HF communicates with the STM32F103RF 32-bit MCU via the SPI bus.
STMicroelectronics M24SR-DISCOVERY is a demonstration kit to evaluate the features and capabilities of the M24SR series and is based on the M24SR64 device. Two versions of this kit are available: the Standard Edition and the Premium Edition. The Premium Edition includes all of the Standard edition features, plus a headset and a Bluetooth module which pair it with a smartphone via NFC for convenient demonstration. The M24SR64 device is a dynamic NFC/RFID tag IC with a dual interface. It embeds a 64 Kbits EEPROM memory. It can be operated from an I²C interface or by a 13.56 MHz RFID reader or an NFC phone. The I²C interface uses a two-wire serial interface, consisting of a bidirectional data line and a clock line. It behaves as a slave with respect to the I²C protocol. The RF protocol is compatible with ISO/IEC 14443 Type A and NFC Forum Type 4 Tag. The board is powered through the USB bus. It also includes a microcontroller STM32F103 to drive the EEPROM via I²C and the LCD screen via SPI bus.
STMicroelectronics MATRIX-M24SR board features various antenna designs for M24SRXX-Y Dynamic NFC/RFID tag IC family combined on a single ready-to-use divisible PCB. Each individual antenna features an M24SR64-Y Dynamic NFC/RFID tag IC connected to an RF antenna on one side, and to an I2C bus on the other side. All antennas are populated with M24SR64-Y Dynamic NFC/RFID tag IC but are applicable to other densities. The MATRIX-M24SR antenna matrix allows system designers to evaluate the M24SRXX-Y family performance and capabilities and to get started with their design.
STMicroelectronics STEVAL-IDB002V1 Bluetooth® SMART Board Based on BlueNRG is a product evaluation board based on a Bluetooth low energy 4.0 compliant low power network coprocessor. The STEVALIDB002V1 is composed of an RF daughter board and a microcontroller motherboard. The RF daughter board features the BlueNRG device, an SMA connector for an antenna or measuring instruments and an SPI connector for external microcontroller.The motherboard is based on the STM32L, acting as external microcontroller driving the BlueNRG device. A JTAG connector allows development of firmware on the microcontroller.
STMicroelectronics ISO8200B High-Side Solid State Relay is a galvanic isolated 8-channel driver featuring a very low supply current. It contains 2 independent galvanic isolated voltage domains (VCC for the Power stage and VDD for the Digital stage). Additional embedded functions are: loss of GND protection, undervoltage shutdown with hysteresis, and reset function for immediate power output shutdown. The IC is intended to drive any kind of load with one side connected to ground. Active channel current limitation combined with thermal shutdown, (independent for each channel), and automatic restart, protect the device against overload and short-circuit. In overload conditions, if junction temperature overtakes threshold, the channel involved is turned off and on again automatically after the IC temperature decreases below a reset threshold. If this condition causes case temperature to reach limit threshold TCR, the overloaded channel is turned off and it only restarts when case and junction temperature decrease down to the reset thresholds. Non-overloaded channels continue operating normally.
STMicroelectronics 32L100CDISCOVERY Discovery Kit lets users discover the features of the STM32L100 Value Line 32-bit Cortex-M3 microcontrollers and develop applications easily. This STMicroelectronics kit includes everything required for beginners and experienced users to get started quickly. Based on the STM32L100RCT6, 32L100CDISCOVERY includes an ST-LINK/V2 embedded debug tool, LEDs, and pushbuttons for easy connection of additional components and modules.
STMicroelectronics STM32429I-EVAL evaluation board is a complete demonstration and development platform for the STMicroelectronics ARM®Cortex™-M4 core-based STM32F429 line microcontrollers (MCUs). The integrated ST-LINK/V2 provides an embedded in-circuit debugger and programmer for the STM32 MCU. Extension headers make it possible to easily connect a daughterboard for a specific application. STM32429I-EVAL evaluation board includes everything required for beginners and experienced users to develop applications quickly.
STMicroelectronics TDA7802 Digital Input Quad Power Amplifier features advanced BCD technology and integrates a full digital-to-analog converter (DAC), digital input for direct connection to I2S (or TDM), and powerful MOSFET output stages. TDA7802 offers enhanced sound quality and increased efficiency with a reduction of dissipated output power by up to 50% compared to conventional class AB solutions. TDA7802 can play music down to 6V supply voltage, making it compatible with the "start stop" battery profile recently adopted by some car makers. The integrated DAC allows the performance to reach a 115dB S/N ratio with more than 110dB of dynamic range. TDA7802 also integrates an innovative high efficiency concept, optimized also for uncorrelated music signals making it ideal for simplifying thermal management in high power sets.
STMicroelectronics LSM9DS0 iNEMO 3D Accelerometer, 3D Gyro & 3D Magnetometer is a system-in-package featuring a 3D digital linear acceleration sensor, a 3D digital angular rate sensor, and a 3D digital magnetic sensor. The LSM9DS0 has a linear acceleration full scale of ±2g/±4g/±6g/±8g/±16g, a magnetic field full scale of ±2/±4/±8/±12 gauss and an angular rate of ±245/±500/±2000dps. The LSM9DS0 includes an I2C serial bus interface supporting standard and fast mode (100kHz and 400kHz) and an SPI serial standard interface. The system can be configured to generate interrupt signals on dedicated pins and is capable of motion and magnetic field detection. Thresholds and timing of interrupt generators are programmable by the end user. Magnetic, accelerometer and gyroscope sensing can be enabled or set in power-down mode separately for smart power management.
STMicroelectronics Automotive MDmesh™ V Power MOSFET is the industry’s first 650V AEC-Q101 automotive-qualified MOSFETs in the popular TO-247 package. The 650V rating provides greater safety margin when exposed to high-voltage spikes, enhancing the reliability of automotive power and control modules. This device offers extremely low on-resistance (RDS(on)) as low as 0.032Ω, combined with the compact TO-247 outline, enhances system energy efficiency and power density. Gate charge (Qg) and input capacitance are also low, resulting in outstanding Qg x RDS(on) figure of merit (FOM) with high switching performance and efficiency.
STMicroelectronics STM8A 8-Bit Microcontrollers are is implemented around a high-performance 8-bit core and a state-of-the-art set of peripherals. This platform is manufactured using an ST-proprietary 130nm embedded non-volatile memory technology. The STM8A series is intended for automotive applications where no compromise on parameters is possible, from reliability to system cost effectiveness. These are modular, provides high performance and offers the flexibility required for short development cycles. Its true data EEPROM, combined with the capability to withstand up to 150°C ambient temperature, make the series a sustainable choice for automotive applications.
STMicroelectronics ESDAXLC6-1BU2 Bidirectional ESD Protection is a bidirectional single line TVS diode designed to protect the data lines or other I/O ports against ESD transients. Features include extra low diode capacitance, low leakage current, 0201 SMD package size and ultra small PCB area. The device is ideal for applications where both reduced line capacitance and board space saving are required. Typical applications include smartphones, mobile phones, tablet PCs, netbooks, notebooks, portable multimedia devices, digital cameras, camcorders, and communication devices.
STMicroelectronics SPC5 32-bit Automotive Microcontrollers are designed using Power Architecture® and ST’s embedded Flash technology. They combine a scalable range of e200 cores with innovative peripheral sets that are optimized for building efficient applications in engine management, chassis, safety, body control and advanced driver assistance. The SPC5 family offers modular design concept, high-performance technology and rigorous implementation of a zero-defect strategy making them a reference platform for next-generation automobile applications.
STMicroelectronics TSU10x Nanopower Operational Amplifiers offer an ultra low-power consumption of 580nA typical and 750nA maximum per channel when supplied by 1.8V. Combined with a supply voltage range of 1.5V to 5.5V, these features allow the TSU10x series to be efficiently supplied by a coin type Lithium battery or a regulated voltage in low-power applications. The 8kHz gain bandwidth of these devices make them ideal for sensor signal conditioning, battery supplied, and portable applications.
STMicroelectronics 600 to 650V IGBTs supply a maximum collector current ranging from 3A up to 150A for applications with an operating frequency of up to 100kHz. Versions are also available with a tailored built-in anti-parallel diode for design optimization. This voltage range is achieved with ST’s proprietary standard punch-through PowerMESH technology and the newly introduced trench-gate field-stop technology. Target applications for these 600 to 650V IGBTs include home appliances, induction heating, photovoltaics, UPS, welding and lighting. The available package options are D2PAK, DPAK, ISOTOP, Max247, TO-220, TO-220FP, TO-247, TO-247 long leads, TO-3PF.
STMicroelectronics ST1S31 Step-Down Switching Regulator is an internally compensated 1.5MHz fixed-frequency PWM synchronous step-down regulator. The ST1S31 operates from 2.8V to 5.5V input, while it regulates an output voltage as low as 0.8V and up to VIN. This device integrates a 60mΩ high-side switch and 45mΩ synchronous rectifier allowing very high efficiency with very low output voltages. The peak current mode control with internal compensation delivers a very compact solution with a minimum component count. The ST1S31 is available in 3mm x 3mm, 8 lead VFDFPN and SO-8 packages.
STMicroelectronics ST1CC40 Step-Down DC-DC Converters are a 850kHz fixed switching frequency monolithic step-down DC-DC converter designed to operate as precise constant current source with an adjustable current capability up to 3A DC. The regulated output current is set connecting a sensing resistor to the feedback pin. The embedded synchronous rectification and the 100mV typical RSENSE voltage drop enhance the efficiency performance. The size of the overall application is minimized thanks to the high switching frequency and ceramic output capacitor compatibility. The device is fully protected against thermal overheating, overcurrent and output short-circuit. Inhibit mode minimizes the current consumption in standby.
STMicorelectronics STLUX385A Digital LED Lighting Driver is part
of the MASTERLUX™ family of ST Microelectronics digital devices tailored
for lighting and power conversion. The STLUX385A has been successfully
integrated in a wide range of architectures and applications, starting
from simple buck converters for LED driving, boost for power factor
correction, half-bridge resonant converters for dimmable LED strings, up
to full-bridge control in HID lamp ballasts, wireless power chargers
and TV power supplies.
STMicroelectronics LDK120xx Low Drop Voltage Regulators provide 200mA of maximum current from an input supply voltage in the range of 1.9V to 5.5V, with a typical dropout voltage of 100mV. They are stabilized with a ceramic capacitor on the output. The very low drop voltage, low quiescent current and low noise features make it suitable for low power battery-powered applications. An enable logic control function puts the LDK120xx in shutdown mode allowing a total current consumption lower than 1μA. The device also includes a short-circuit constant current limiting and thermal protection.