STM – KNX bus for building automation system

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AVNET Brainium

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STEVAL-BCN002V1 – Bluetooth LE sensor node development kit, based on BlueNRG-2 (compliant with Bluetooth 5.0)

STEVAL-BCN002V1B is a new evaluation kit developed for give us the possibility to test a new smart applications.

The STEVAL-BCN002V1B evaluation kit comprise the:
STEVAL-BCN002V1 sensor board and
STEVAL-BCN002V1D programming board

For more info see here.

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An idea how to show on your smartphone the status of your home burglar alarm

Probably you have a good burglar alarm that is very efficient but that use only a GSM module for send you SMS with the status, the alarm, etc.
If you need to know if your burglar alarm is ON or OFF using your smartphone and WiFi (without spend a money for send/receive SMS messages ) the project below is perfect for you.

For more info see here.

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Smart Switch WIFI and 433MHz Remote Control for home appliances, lighting, etc. Compatible with Alexa & Google Home.

This device is compatible with Android APP: Smart Life (preffered app) and Tuya Smart.
This device is also compatible with Amazon ALEXA and Google Home.

For reading more click here.

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Kekeda 1PSC WiFi smart door/window sensor – SMART LIFE & ALEXA compatible

WiFi sensor for Windows and Doors, compatible with ALEXA.
For more info see here.

The Kekeda 1PSC WiFi smart door/window sensor is available from AMZON, see here.

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Suggested KIT for developing on STM32

Up to now there are a lot of HW and SW tools available for developing using the STM32 families.
This abundance of tools sometimes generate some confusion in the customers.
For this reason we propose below our preferred development KIT for STM32.

  • CUBE-MX – Remember to install also the library of the STM32xx that you want to use. Run CUBE-MX and select INSTALL/REMOVE (it’s on the right in CUBE-MX window) – See this video tutorial.
  • ATOLLIC (free for all STM32) or this release of KEIL that is free only for STM32F0/L0/G0
  • ST-LINK – Low cost emulators
  • ST-LINK-Utility – More info concerning ST-LINK-Utility, ST-LINK emulator, etc, are here.
  • STM Studio – Helps debug and diagnose STM32 applications while they are running by reading and displaying their variables in real-time.
    More info are here.
  • Tera-Term – This is useful if you need to use the USB virtual com
  • ST-MCU-Finder (for select the right STM32 to use)
  • Download and unzip the library of the STM32xx that you want to use.
    Inside the library there are a loot of examples ready to use.
    See this tutorial.
  • Last but not least, I suggest you to start to develop using the NUCLEO boards or the DISCOVERY boards.
    More info are here.

For more info see here.

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STM released new STM32MP1

New multicore STM32MP1 microprocessors (dual Cortex Ax + one Cortex Mx) with Linux OS for IoT applications (Cortex Ax) and real-time applications (Cortex Mx).

For more info click here.

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Data in the cloud in 2 minutes on AZURE

The presentation is here

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How to test a filament for your 3D printer

There are a lot of producer of filament for 3D printer and also are available a lot of color and material.

For this reason is difficult define exactly a temperature for the plate and for the extruder and it’s also difficult define exactly a millimeter retraction.

In general we suggest to reading the instructions released of the filament producer but for a best results we suggest to do the below tests.

For reading more click here.

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