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STSPIN32F0: Integrated Solution for Three-Phase BLDC motors

956 Views April 5, 2017

STSPIN32F0 is ideal for Motion Control

ST’s new STSPIN32F0 motor-control system-in-package combines the power and flexibility of a microcontroller-based drive using different control algorithms with ease-of-use and space efficiency. The product is ideal for applications like smart-manufacturing equipment, power tools, and cooling fans. It also suits emerging high-tech product categories such as drones, small robots, and home appliances containing high-efficiency motors.

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by Pamela Mccracken

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STM32 and STM8 Contribute to the Smart Revolution

408 Views January 23, 2017

ST MCUs Lead Smart Revolution

Can you name the 8- and 32-bit microcontroller families leading the “Smart Revolution”?

With ST having delivered more than 1 million STM32 development kits and 100,000 STM8 development kits, chances are good that if you’re reading this post, you’ve gotten at least one of them. The achievement of these milestones helps explain how ST has laid a solid foundation and …

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by Michael Markowitz

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Motor Control That Won’t Make You Spin

984 Views November 9, 2016

STSPIN32F0 is ideal for motion control

If you design for Industry 4.0 and other high-end consumer electronics systems, the just-announced STSPIN32F0 motor control system-in-package may be for you. Combining a microcontroller and an analog IC in a tiny 7mm x 7mm QFN package, the STSPIN32F0 delivers the flexibility and power of a microcontroller-based motor drive with the convenience, simplicity, and space-efficiency of a single chip.

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by Michael Markowitz

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Distributed Control – A Key Enabler for Smart Industry

736 Views November 2, 2016

In a previous post we introduced the basic concepts behind Smart Industry – making manufacturing more efficient, more intelligent and aware, and more connected.  In order to enable these concepts, there are a wealth of development efforts ongoing in different areas of the industry. One of the most demanding applications in this context is motion control for industrial robots where …

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by Gerard Cronin

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