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STMicroelectronics Showcases Technology for Smarter Mobility, Energy Efficiency, and Industrial Applications at electronica 2022 - NewsNovember 14, 2022
- Electrification solutions and advanced digitalization systems suit more affordable EVs with greater range and new levels of performance and safety among smart mobility highlights
- Broad range of energy efficiency demos across the full range of applications highlight how the company helps customers do more with less
- Industrial AI demos show how to easily combine Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning approaches with digitalization and secure connectivity to expand Factory Automation wins
Geneva. STMicroelectronics introduced its smart wireless module, the STM32WB5MMGH6 powered by both, an Arm Cortex-M4 core for solution processing and a Cortex-M0+ for integrated radio. The module utilizes general standards such as Bluetooth LE 5.3, Zigbee 3.0, and OpenThread to create a complete sub-system including free-to-use protocol stacks.
Small and Flexible Synchronous Buck Controller from STMicroelectronics Handles Extreme Step-Down Ratios - Press ReleaseOctober 19, 2022
Geneva. With compact dimensions and an input-voltage range from 6V to 75V, STMicroelectronics’ L3751 synchronous buck controller serves different applications from industrial equipment to battery powered light electric vehicles. The 3.5mm x 4.5mm controller is also suited to use in telecom and networking equipment that feature commonly used 24V and 48V buses.
STMicroelectronics Creates STM32 Hotspot on GitHub to Provide Trusted Code From In-House Projects - NewsOctober 11, 2022
Geneva –- STMicroelectronics’ STM32 microcontrollers can now be used for the development of embedded software projects through the company’s STM32 Hotspot organization on GitHub, a community where developers can utilize non-productized code created by ST engineers.
The TSV782 will bring high-speed and precise signal conditioning to STMicroelectronics 5V OP-AMP Family.
Geneva. STMicroelectronics released its L4985A/B and L4986A/B power-factor correction (PFC) boost converters with 800V of startup ability and a core logic to relieve input-filter X capacitors when power is turned off. This is to ensure maintaining IEC 61010-1 and IEC 62368-1 regulations. Both the L4985A and L4986A function at 65kHz while the “B” counterparts run at 130 kHz.
STMicroelectronics unveiled new microcontrollers (MCUs) targeting electrified drivetrains and domain-oriented, over-the-air updateable systems for the next-generation of EVs.