MEMS general purpose evaboards

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  • STEVAL-MKI109V3
    Professional MEMS tool: ST MEMS adapters motherboard based on the STM32F401VET6 compatible ST MEMS adapters (DIL24 socket)The STEVAL-MKI109V3 motherboard provides users with a complete, ready-to-use platform for the evaluation of STMicroelectronics MEMS products.
    It includes a high-performance 32-bit microcontroller which functions as a bridge between the sensors and a PC, on which you can download and run the graphical user interface (GUI) or dedicated software routines for customized applications.


  • STEVAL-MKI109V2
    The STEVAL-MKI109V2 is a motherboard designed to provide users with a complete, ready-to-use platform for the evaluation of STMicroelectronics’ MEMS products.
    The board features a DIL24 socket to mount all available adapters for both digital and analog output MEMS devices.
    The motherboard includes a high-performance 32-bit microcontroller, which functions as a bridge between the sensor and a PC, on which it is possible to use the downloadable graphical user interface (GUI), or dedicated software routines for customized applications.

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For UpDate the firmware on the STEVAL-MKI109V1/2 and for a brief explanation concerning the way to use the UNICO SW see here.

User manual (UM0979) is here.


  • X-NUCLEO-IKS01A1
    Motion MEMS and environmental sensor expansion board for STM32 Nucleo
    On this board there are the sensors listed below.
    LSM6DS0: MEMS 3D accelerometer (±2/±4/±8 g) + 3D gyroscope (±245/±500/±2000 dps)
    LIS3MDL: MEMS 3D magnetometer (±4/ ±8/ ±12/ 16 gauss)
    LPS25H: MEMS pressure sensor, 260-1260 hPa absolute digital output barometer
    HTS221: capacitive digital relative humidity and temperature
    DIL 24-pin socket available for additional MEMS adapters and other sensors (UV index)

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Tutorial

How to install the SW
How to use the SW package


  • X-NUCLEO-IKS01A2
    Motion MEMS and environmental sensor expansion board for STM32 Nucleo
    On this board there are the sensors listed below.

    LSM6DSL MEMS 3D accelerometer (±2/±4/±8/±16 g) and 3D gyroscope (±125/±245/±500/±1000/±2000 dps)
    LSM303AGR MEMS 3D accelerometer (±2/±4/±8/±16 g) and 3D magnetometer (±50 gauss)
    LPS22HB MEMS pressure sensor, 260-1260 hPa absolute digital output barometer
    HTS221: capacitive digital relative humidity and temperature
    DIL24 socket for additional MEMS adapters and other sensors
    Free comprehensive development firmware library and example for all sensors compatible with STM32Cube firmware
    I²C sensor hub features on LSM6DSL available
    Compatible with STM32 Nucleo boards
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  • SensorTile development kit

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  • WESU1 – Wearable sensor unit reference design

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  • BlueCoin – BTLE + MEMs for audio
    Video is here.

    STEVAL-BCNKT01V1 evaboard, cooming soon.
    See this presentation.
  • BlueVoice voice streaming over BTLE
  • See this video
    • For see the SW/HW available, start from the links below.
      • BLUEVOICELINK1    – Audio ICs Software – Bluetooth Low Energy and microphones software expansion for STM32Cube
      • OSXBLUEVOICE – Audio ICs Software – Voice-over-Bluetooth Low Energy vendor-specific profile library for STM32 and BlueNRG


  • SensiBLE IoT Module
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  • SensorTile.box – BlueBoxSTEVAL-MKSBOX1V1

    • The STEVAL-MKSBOX1V1 (SensorTile.box or BlueBox) is a ready-to-use box kit with wireless IoT, Industrial and wearable sensor platform to help you use and develop APPs based on remote motion and environmental sensor data, regardless of your level of expertise.
      Up to now the SensorTile.box from STMicroelectronics was used to collect the sensory data such as temperature, humidity and more, which was then sent to Microsoft Azure IoT Central platform.
      In few month STM will extend the IoT support to other principal dbase platform (Amazon, IBM, etc).
      On Youtube there is the: Getting started with the SensorTile.Box (STEVAL-MKSBOX1V1)
      Other video are here.
    • Below there is a very interesting training concerning the SensorTile.box
  • A complete list, of the MEMS Motion Sensor Eval Boards, is here.