A real-time clock (rtc) is a computer clock that keeps track of the current time.
RTCs are present in almost all electronic devices that require accurate timing.
This presentation is aimed at helping users to make temperature, pressure and humidity
measurements at regular intervals. A BME280 sensor is used and communicates with a
A small library for driving I2C-BME280 sensor is provided strongly inspired by the one
kindly given by Baptiste Verneau.
The following equipment is used
- NUCLEO-L476RG Board or equivalent and an I2C BME280 sensor
- sw4stm32 with the necessary packages for Nucleo boards installed
- OpenOCD or STLink USB Driver - STM32CubeMX
JC Toussaint full professor @ phelma Grenoble Institute of Technology