I am trying to identify the product with these approximate markings: 2344 303H RC0HK. I believe the 2344 might be an assembly site+date code. But I am not sure about the rest. I have attached a picture. Thanks for any help!
We are using the M25P16 memory and we get one memory that we can't do a bulk erase. On this one, we only do this action in the following steps: - Complete erase with the bulk erase command and polling for the end - program only the sectors 0 to 5 Few days and electricals power on/off, we tried a complete erase with a bulk erase command.…(Show moreShow less)
Hi! I wonder how one is to specify the ROM contents of a legacy MCU. The MCU in question is the 6801U4 since long discontinued.. Does anyone know if the ROM section is OTP or can it be erased/reprogrammed? And If I have a blank one, how can I program that part? (if possible) Thank you!
I was recommending this to my company for productizing in IOT after working on it for seven months! Disappointment is beyond reproach ST...What a great way to lose your credibility as a solution integrator!
Depends on what the draw of WiFi is... presumably the consumer-off-the-shelf hardware that gets you to the internet. But in the corporate market *nobody* wants third party IoT stuff on the existing network (see Target and Chillers), so rental/contract type equipment tends more to cellular. SigFox and NB target VERY low data volumes. Most of the…
I am developing a product based on SPWF04SA controlled by an STM32F217 Microcontroller. The wifi module module, SPWF04SA is controlled by the host computer using at command and spi bus. As the #spwf04sa has been discontinued I have to chose now another wifi module, I would like a similar alternative, that could be commanded by AT commands…(Show moreShow less)
I am trying to find ST micro part from marking code given on it. I am sure its a MOSFET or Transistor. Code is as below - First line: 130 082 Second line: GK088 VU Third line: CHN 618 Can someone help me to recognize right part number?