Electric Sliding Gate based on STM32F0-Discovery

This is a simple electric Sliding Gate based on STM32F0-Discovery, this project was developed using CUBE-MX, ATOLLIC IDE and the HAL libraries.

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Atollic debug configuration for quick DOWNLOAD and RUN

Sometimes we need to download the SW and RUN it to quickly for see the result.
This tutorial explain how to do this.

After you are sure to have a standard debug that working fine, now you are ready to create another debug configuration only for DOWNLOAD and RUN your project on the STM32.

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ATOLLIC new tips and tricks

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We published a new tips & tricks for ATOLLIC that are:

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How to use ADC in Interrupt mode

In electronics, an analog-to-digital converter (ADC, A/D, or A-to-D) is a system that converts an analog signal, such as a sound picked up by a microphone or light entering a digital camera, into a digital signal.

There are several ADC architectures, in MCU normaly there are SAR (successive approximation register) and sometime SIGMA-DELTA (also known as a delta-sigma ADC).
SAR is very fast
SIGMA-DELTA is slow but is very precise

The stadard ADC in STM32 is SAR at 12bit but there ara also some STM32 that iclude also a SIGMA-DELTA ADC at 16bit.

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TIMER Counter – for example for reading an Input button

Counting Modes

Normally a basic timer counts from zero to a given Period value.
General purpose and advanced timers can count in other different ways, as reported in Table below.

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Wireless DoorBell – Based on P2P for SPIRIT1 & NUCLEO-L053R8

This is a release of DoorBell based on P2P for SPIRIT1.
For more technical details see the:
P2P based on SPIRIT1 (X-NUCLEO-IDS01A4) and NUCLEO-L053R8

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STM solutions for KNX

KNX is the the worldwide standard for all applications in home and building control, ranging from lighting and shutter control to various security systems, heating, ventilation, air conditioning, monitoring, alarming, water control, energy management, smart metering as well as household appliances, audio/video and lots more.

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P-L496G-CELL01 – 2G/3G Cellular to Cloud Pack with STM32L496AG MCU and Quectel UG96

The P-L496G-CELL01 STM32 discovery pack for 2G/3G cellular to cloud (STM32-C2C/2G-3G) is a turnkey development platform for cellular and cloud technology based solutions.
In this evaboard is used the Quectel UG96.

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Change, from Arduino to STM32

Why change, from Arduino to STM32 ?

The answer to the above question is simple, for the computing power and the compatibility with the Arduino connectors.

I definitely do not want to convince anyone that it is time to move to a more modern and performing MCU family (Cortex Mx) but, if you found yourself in situations where you wanted to do more, then the STM32 family with its NUCLEO boards and mBed are the answer you have your wishes.

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PIR sensor based on: NUCLEO-L011K4 + PANASONIC PIR EKMC1603111

This is a simple example that use a PIR sensor (PANASONIC EKMC1603111) connected to the NUCLEO-L011K4 for a future applications in build/home automation.

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