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INTRODUCTION


The STM32Lxx series, based on the Cortex-M3 core running at 32 MHz, extends the ultra low power portfolio in performance, features, memory size and package pin count.
The STM32Lxx series combines performance and ultra low power consumption, using optimized architecture and our proprietary ultra low leakage process, shared with the STM8L family.
The STM32Lxx series is available in two different lines (STM32L151 and STM32L152), so optimizing the STM32F and STM8L families for many applications requiring performance with special care on power savings.

  • Lowest power mode: 0.27 A
  • Dynamic run mode: 230 A/MHz

  • ARM Cortex‐M3 32 MHz CPU
  • 32 to 384 KFlash, up to 48 KSRAM
  • and up to 12 KEEPROM
  • Three lines: pin‐to‐pin, software and peripheral compatibility
  • Pin‐to‐pin compatibility with STM32F series (except VBAT not present on the STM32L)
  • Ultra‐low energy consumption: down to 180 μA/DMIPS from Flash
  • Supply voltage: 1.65 to 3.6 V
  • Six ultra‐low‐power modes: down to 300 nA
  • Ultra‐low‐power dynamic modes: low‐power run down to 9 μA; low‐power sleep down to 4.9 μA with one timer
  • Economical Run mode consumption down to 230 μA/MHz from Flash at zero‐wait state with dynamic voltage scaling (3 ranges)
  • Rich set of high‐end analog and digital peripherals
  • ‐40 to +105 C operating temperature range
  • STM32L151 standard family
  • STM32L152 has an additional LCD-segment driver
  • STM32L162 embeds a 128-bit AES

Supply monitoring and resets

  • Full reset circuitry, supply monitoring
    Power‐on reset & Power‐down reset, permanently enabled (zero power)
    Brown‐out detection (BOR) can be on or off in low‐power modes
    BOR complies with all VDD rise/fall times, so no constraints on power supply shape.
    When BOR is not activated, the STM32L starts at VDD = 1.65 V.
    Programmable voltage detection can be on or off
  • Extended battery lifetime down to 1.65 V













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PORTFOLIO



STM32L100 value line
STM32L151
standard family

STM32L152 has an additional LCD-segment driver
STM32L162 embeds a 128-bit AES






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Differences from STM32Lxxx and STM32L100





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Power-Saving Features and Benefits

The STM32L lines propose 6 different ultra‐low‐power modes to offer users a high level of flexibility depending on their application. In addition, the dynamic run consumption has been optimized.


Low‐power run mode:
CPU is still running
Execution is done from RAM with a low‐speed oscillator (RTC or internal)
Consumption is 9 μA typical

Low‐power sleep mode:
offers the possibility of keeping the RTC and a few other peripherals active (such as the timer) with a consumption of 4.9 μA typical with one timer activated.
The Flash is switched off and the regulator is put into ultra‐low‐power, the CPU is stopped, the RTC and peripherals can be activated.

Stop modes (2 modes):
The CPU, main clocks and peripherals are off
The RTC can be on or off (2 modes)
Wake up can be done through an interrupt on the peripherals
SRAM and context are kept

Standby modes (2 modes):
The CPU, main clocks and peripherals are off
The RTC can be on or off (2 modes)
Backup registers are preserved
Wake up can be done through wake‐up pins





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Library

STSW-STM32077 - STM32L1xx standard peripherals library
STSW-STM32002 - Clock configuration tool for STM32L1xx microcontrollers
STSW-STM32081 - STM32F10x and STM32L1xx USB full-speed device library
Extra SW are available here and here


STM Class B norm certification self‐test routines:
a full set of ready to‐use self‐test routines for home‐appliance certification under EN/IEC 60335‐1 Class B norm (functional safety).
For Class B routine contact your STM local office.

STM Touch-Sensing Library
STMicroelectronics’ touchsensing software library is a complete, free-of-charge sourcecode solution to transform any 32-bit STM32L microcontroller into a capacitive touch-key controller.
This library controls the embedded charge transfer hardware driver, offers advanced filtering algorithms and touchkey management in various user cases.
Designers can combine the touch-sensing function with multiple configurations (touch keys, wheels, sliders) and the traditional MCU features (communication, LED control, beeper, LCD control).

In general Software Resources are here:
http://www.st.com/stonline/stappl/productcatalog/app?page=partNumberSearchPage&levelid=SS1295&parentid=1533&resourcetype=SW


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Application Notes, Manuals, etc


Application Notes, Programming Manuals, Technical Notes etc, are here.

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Developing and Programming Tools



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Tutorial


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Evaluation Board


STM32L‐DISCOVERY
is the cheapest and quickest way to discover the STM32L152RBT6 and its low-power capabilities.
It includes a 6‐digit LCD display, one touch-sensing slider, 2 LEDs, 1 user button, current measurement and the embedded debugger ST‐LINK-v2.



STM32L152D-EVAL Evaluation board for STM32L1 series - with STM32L152ZD MCU
The STM32L152D-EVAL evaluation board is a complete demonstration and development platform for the STM32 L1 series of ultra-low-power MCUs and includes an STM32L152ZDT6 ARM Cortex-M3 32-bit microcontroller with 384 KB of Flash memory. An ST-LINK/V2 is integrated on the board as an embedded in-circuit debugger / programmer for the STM32L152ZDT6. The full range of hardware features on the board helps you develop your own applications and evaluate all peripherals (USB FS, USART, audio DAC, microphone ADC, dot-matrix LCD, LCD glass, IrDA, LDR, SRAM, NOR Flash, MicroSD Card, temperature sensor and so on).



STM32L152‐EVAL
Evaluation board with the STM32L152VBT6, implementing the full range of device peripherals and features.



STM-PRIMER
EvoPrimer components to build your own EvoPrimer for easy evaluation and development with STM32 and STM8 MCUs



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