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High-Performing, Low-Power STM32L4 MCUs with New Development Ecosystem

Question asked by STOne-32 Employee on Sep 18, 2015
Latest reply on Mar 26, 2016 by Clive One

We are pleased to introduce our STM32L4 series and new microcontroller development ecosystem comprising prototype boards for all budgets and STM32Cube software support for the STM32L4 series now entering full production.

Engineers, students, and hobbyists on a budget can also get into performance-oriented, energy-conscious embedded design using the STM32 Nucleo board (
NUCLEO-L476RG) at $10.32. The Nucleo board has Arduino Uno headers for access to a wide choice of extension shields and integrates the ST-Link debugger/programmer that saves any need for a separate debug probe and allows drag-and-drop Flash programming. The Discovery and Nucleo boards both provide direct access to mbed online tools.

A full STM32Cube software suite is available, including the STM32CubeMX configurator and initialization-code generator with built-in design wizards and power-consumption calculator. In addition, the STM32CubeL4 model-specific embedded software provides a Hardware Abstraction Layer (HAL), application examples, and new Low-Layer APIs that help maximize performance and runtime efficiency. The APIs can be used in parallel with the HAL and simplify migrating projects developed with STM32 standard peripheral libraries into the STM32Cube environment


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