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Analog & Power

STMicroelectronics Releases PFC Boost Converter with 800V of Startup Power - News

September 22, 2022

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 Introduces Stellar P6 Automotive MCU for EV Platform System Integration - News

September 02, 2022

STMicroelectronics unveiled new microcontrollers (MCUs) targeting electrified drivetrains and domain-oriented, over-the-air updateable systems for the next-generation of EVs.

Analog & Power

STMicroelectronics Introduces Fast-Starting Load Switch for Safety Systems - News

August 29, 2022

STMicroelectronics has introduced the IPS1025HF fast-starting high-side power switch for use in safety systems that require minimal power-on delay time.

Open Source

STMicroelectronics' Multi-Connectivity Development Kit for Asset Tracking - News

August 12, 2022

STMicroelectroncs' STEVAL-ASTRA1B multi-connectivity evaluation platform is a complete, small form factor, battery-powered ecosystem for building complete proof-of-concept for asset tracking systems. This evaluation kit's included firmware simplifies development-targeted applications like fleet management and logistics.

Software & OS

STMicroelectronics Releases TouchGFX 4.20 for Advanced Graphics on STM32 Microcontrollers - News

August 10, 2022

STMicroelectronics, a global semiconductor company, released version 4.20 of its TouchGFX user interface design software for STM32 microcontrollers. Updates in this version enable support for the company's NeoChrom graphics accelerator, integrated in ST's advanced MCUs.

Open Source

Dev Kit Weekly: STMicro's STM32U5 NUCLEO-144 Evaluation Board - Video

July 29, 2022

Here’s what you’ll need if you want to build an industrial IoT sensor node:

  • The intelligence to convert, filter, and in some cases analyze, analog signals at the edge
  • Enough efficiency to run for long periods on minimal resources
  • Some amount of connectivity
  • And because of that, local security

Oh yeah, you’ll probably want to start thinking about compliance with safety standards like IEC 61508, too.

AI & Machine Learning

Test Spin with ST’s Machine-Learning Software for Connected Devices and Industrial Equipment - Blog

July 28, 2022

Upon visiting the STMicroelectronics booth at the recent embedded world trade show, I stumbled across some interesting software aimed at developing your own machine-learning applications.