ST's new STM32F0 Value Line MCUs sport USB and bigger Flash -

ST’s new STM32F0 Value Line MCUs sport USB and bigger Flash


STMicroelectronics has boosted its STM32F0 Value Line microcontroller series, adding USB connectivity and larger Flash options to enhance support for cost-sensitive consumer, smart-energy, communication-gateway, and Internet-of-Things (IoT) applications.

Six new devices now join the entry-level 32-bit STM32F0 Value Line to address 8-bit and 16-bit applications. These extend developers’ flexibility to use the same microcontroller architecture for a wide range of needs, and allow the customer to introduce new products to market quickly and efficiently. The new devices open access to the wider STM32 portfolio, with over 600 part numbers leveraging the full spectrum of ARM Cortex-M cores and extensive development support.

The new STM32F030CC and STM32F030RC Value Line devices feature 256KB program Flash in 48-pin or 64-pin LQFP packages. Moreover, USB 2.0 Full Speed interface is now available in four new STM32F070 Value Line devices compliant with Battery Charger Detection (BCD v1.2) and Link Power Management (LPM), enabling optimum energy efficiency and longer battery life.

These latest additions augment the strong feature-set of the STM32F0 Value Line , giving designers access to built-in safety functionalities, precise internal oscillators, multiple clock sources, and a calendar Real-Time Clock (RTC) with alarm and periodic wakeup from Stop/Standby. Further important features include a 5-channel DMA controller, internal voltage regulator, 12-bit/1.0µs Analog-Digital Converter (ADC), and versatile communication capabilities such as two I2C interfaces, six USARTs, and two SPIs.

The new STM32F0 Value Line microcontrollers are sampling now, and entering volume production throughout Q1/2015. The STM32F070F6P6 with 32KB Flash and USB support in TSSOP20 package is priced from $0.57 for 10,000 units.

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