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New possibilities for the ultra-low power segment!

STM32U0 is the first Cortex-M0+ with a static consumption of only 160 nA in standby mode with RTC (Real-Time Clock) and 16 nA in shutdown. It also achieves 118 points in CoreMark and targets SESIP level 3 and PSA level 1 focusing on firmware code pro...


HAL + FreeRTOS + FatFS Bug

Hi,We have come across a bug in the code generated if you use FreeRTOS in STATIC memory mode (rather than the default dynamic mode) , with FatFs. (All generated from the CubeMX).When we run the code we get two CONFIG ASSERTS in the RTOS and it is due...

Problem reading NAND Flash ID with STM32H725

Hello all,we have built a board with an STM32H725. The FMC-Interface is used for a PSRAM connection to an FPGA and a connection to a NAND flash with 8 Bit databus.The initialization routines are created by STM32CubeMX. The PSRAM interface to the FPGA...

NorbertB by Associate
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Resolved! STM32U595 used PA11 and PA12 as gpio

I used PA11 and PA12 as standard GPIO in STM32U595ZJT6Q and system frequency is 4MHz. Config PA11 and PA12 to PP output mode ,no pull up.Don't set this gpios to high, the mini system current is 3mA,but set this gpios to high, the current is 22mA.Test...

Sunwaz by Associate III
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Resolved! Screen is terminating

Hi, I'm using an STM32F401RE board for a class(programming using MacOS). Right now, I'm using VSCode and make to edit and compile my code, then using stlink to flash it. All I'm trying to do is print hello world to the tty.usbmodem* screen in the /de...

AllanLiu by Associate II
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hrtim hal library

hi, I was looking for HAL -library for stm32334r8 MCU but i dont see anything about HRTIM in the avilable HALY library. where can I find HAL instructions documentation for HRTIM ? 

vasudev by Associate II
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Undefined Instruction Hard Fault

I am using an STM32L562VET6Q.  My device contains both a (custom) bootloader and an application.  The bootloader jumps into the application by reading the address of the Reset_Handler from the application's ISR vector then branching to this address. ...