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Jawad Waheed
I have a machine with an LCD display that is in Korean, I want to change that to English. Following are the details.    There is this LCD Module with Toshiba T6963C Controller, which is bus connected to a PCB that has a ST PSD913F2-90J and a DS80C320 Microcontroller embedded on it, and only a JTAG connector IEEE1149.1 ( enabling only 4 pins :… (Show more)
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Venkatesh Shenoy
May I know, what are the replacement parts for the STMicro Micro Controllers STR911FAM44X6 & STR911FAM42X6?
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18812
Flash ST10F272 with ST10 Flasher tool
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salah gafoor
Hi,   I'm working over a project using a66 assembly programming on ST10F269-Q3.   Since I'm very new to this environment, I would like to get some tutorial support for the mentioned. Thanks in advance,   Salah   assembly language a66 st10f269-q3 st10 st10f276 keil c166 assembler keil
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Naresh Guru
Good day, Trying to find ST micro part number from body marking code attached picture, First line: ST logo followed (ec)G Second line: FUN Third line: GP 635 Can someone help me to recognize right part number?
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THIBAULT François
I used an IGBT STGD6NC60H and now this component exist nowhere, do you know a website selling this component or an alternative with the same characteristics . regards
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Sai Guduguntla
Hello everyone, I am trying to read and write memory from M95080-w eeprom using um232H-B spi communication. Whenever I read from eeprom i am getting 0xFF as out. If anyone had similar problem please share your ideas or example code. Thanks in Advance, Best Regards Sai G
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dimitri doutriaux
Hello,   I am using BlueBRG 2 on a low power application. My device is communicating using SPI to an external device. When I try to go in low power mode, the lowest current consumption that I can achieve is around 90uA.   When the BlueNRG goes to sleep, my GPIO pins that are used for the SPI go to some floating voltage (around 0.8V). As my… (Show more)
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thien.le
Hi all, I have searched all over the internet for ST-CAPS but there is no luck. It's supposed to be on www.st.com/mcu but i cant find it there. All i have found is the old link http://www.st.com/internet/com/SOFTWARE_RESOURCES/TOOL/DEVICE_PROGRAMMER/um0225.zip which have been broken. Can anyone show me where to download this? Thanks.
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