8-pin STM32 MCUs mix performance, compactness and flexibility

September 20, 2019 //By Ally Winning
STMicroelectronics has launched a series of STM32 MCUs in an 8-pin package to provide simple embedded projects with 32-bit performance and flexibility in a small, cheap form factor.
STMicroelectronics has launched a series of STM32 MCUs in an 8-pin package to provide simple embedded projects with 32-bit performance and flexibility in a small, cheap form factor.

The four new STM32G0 devices have a combination of 8-pin economy and a 64MHz Arm Cortex-M0+ CPU providing 59 DMIPS, up to 8Kbyte RAM and 32Kbyte flash on-chip. |The devices also have high-performing peripherals including a 2.5Msps ADC, high-resolution timer, and a high-speed SPI. The internal oscillator is accurate to ±1% over wide temperature and voltage ranges to save external clock components.

Utilising the low-power design features of the STM32 MCU range, the 8-pin STM32G0 devices can be used in energy-conscious applications governed by battery-capacity limits or eco-design legislation.

The new MCUs also provide scalability through the features available across the STM32G0 series, which offers up to 100 package pins, up to 512Kbytes Flash, additional high-performance analogue peripherals, and cyber-protection features.

STM32G0 MCUs are available now in 6mm x 4.9mm SO8N. The 8-pin Discovery kit STM32G0316-DISCO provides quick and affordable evaluation. STM32G031J6, STM32G031J4, and STM32G041J6 Access Line MCUs are also available in SO8N, offering additional functionality including a hardware AES acceleration, Securable Memory Area enabling secure boot or firmware update, extra timers, and 96-bit unique device ID.

More information

www.st.com/stm32g0

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