STM32G4 Mainstream Series Mixed Signals MCU

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STM32G4 Mainstream SeriesMixed Signals MCU

STM32G4: Continuity in STM32 MCUsKeep releasing your growing rWirelessCortex-M0Cortex-M0 Cortex-M3Cortex-M33Cortex-M4Cortex-M72

STM32G4 SeriesIdeal for applications requiring MCU with advanced and rich analog peripherals Control applications (Motor Control ) Industrial equipment Instrumentation and Measurement Digital Power Digital SMPS (switch mode power supply) PFC (power factor correction)3

Reducing PCB Size and BOM CostSystem-on-Chip – All-in-one solutionDACsFiltersSmaller packageFewer additional componentsAll analog Op AmpsADCs ComparatorsProject cost Project cost 4

STM32G4 Series – Key MessagesPerformance Arm Cortex -M4 at 170 MHz 213 DMIPS and 550 CoreMark results Better dynamic power consumption (163µA/MHz)Rich Integrated Analog and Digital Op-Amps (Built-in gain), DACs, Comparators 12-bit ADCs 4Msps with hardware oversampling CAN-FD (flexible data rate – 8Msps bit rate) ART Accelerator (dynamic cache) Mathematical accelerators CCM-SRAM Routine Booster (static cache) High resolution timer (184 ps) USB type-C Power Delivery3.0 1% RC accuracy [-5 .90 C], 2% full T rangeSafety and security focus Dual Bank Flash with ECC (error code correction)Securable Memory AreaHardware encryption AES-256SIL, Class-BSRAM with Parity bitComplete portfolio Complements existing STM32F3 Series portfolio From -40 c up to 85 or 125 C devicesSecure Live UpgradeFunctional safety design packages From 32- up to 128-pin From 32KB to 512KB Flash5

Greater PerformancePure 170 MHz CPU performance (Arm Cortex -M4) with 3 acceleratorsArm Cortex-M4 with FPUUp to 170 MHz CPU frequencyUp to 213 DMIPS and 550 CoreMark results3 different HW accelerators: ART accelerator ( dynamic cache) Full code acceleration (average) Routine Booster CCM-SRAM( static cache) determinismpreserved Mathematical (Cordic FMAC)6

Mathematical AcceleratorsFunction acceleration and CPU offload1. Cordic (Trigo) Very helpful for FieldOriented Motor Controlmethod (FOC) Vector rotation (polar to rectangular): Sin, CosVector translation (rectangular to polar): Atan2, ModulusSinh, Cosh, ExpAtan, AtanhSquare rootLnFIR filter2. Filter Math ACcelerator (FMAC) Can be used to create 3p3z Compensator ( Digital power) Sigma Delta modulator Noise ShaperIIR filter7

Rich, Advanced AnalogMixed-signal SoC for wide variety of applicationsADCValuesOp-AmpTopologySAR 12-bit HW oversampling 16-bitSampling rateUp to 4 MspsGBWSlew rateOffsetInputSingle-ended and differentialPGA Gain (accuracy)Offset and GaincompensationAuto calibration to reduce gain andoffsetDAC(up to 5)(up to 7)ValuesSampling rate15 Msps (internal)1Msps (from buffered output)Settling time16ns(up to 6)Values13 MHz45 V/µs3mV over full T range1.5mV @ 25 C2, 4, 8, 16, -1,-3,-7,-15 (1%)32, 64, -31,-63 (2%)Comparator (up to 7)ValuesPower supplyPropagation delayOffsetHysteresis1.62 . 3.6V16.7ns-6 . 2 mV8 steps:0, 9, 18, 27, 36, 45, 54, 63 mV8

Rechargeable devices, drones, toys Fast CPU 170MHzMathematical accelerator (Cordic)Advanced Motor Control timersFast comparators4Msps ADC-12bit HW oversamplingOp-Amp with built-in gain (PGA)DAC-12bit1% RC accuracy(UART communication w/o external Xtal)High-EndConsumerHome appliances, E-bikes, Air ConditioningLow-thickness, small form-factorLow consumption in run mode 160µA/MHzEmbedded analogSAI (Sound Audio Interface)USB type-C Power Delivery 3.0Industrial equipmentServers, Telecom, EV Charging station Fast CPU 170MHzMathematical accelerator (Cordic)High temperature 125 CCAN FD supportSPI, USART, I²CAdvanced timersReal Time Clock with backup registersDual bank flash for live upgradeAES & securityDigital PowerIndustrial devicesMeasurementsMotor ControlKey Features for Targeted ApplicationsFast CPU 170 MHzMathematical accelerator (Filtering)12ch High Resolution timer (184ps)4Msps ADC-12bit HW oversamplingFast comparators (17ns)Embedded analogDual bank flash for live upgradeAES & securityFMAC for 3p3z compensation9

Ease Digital Power ConversionWeldingEnhance your digitalpower solutions usingthe STM32G4’s fullfeatures HighResolution erPower FactorcorrectionMotor controlServers andData centerLightingPVInverters10

Greater SecurityIntegrated security features, ready for tomorrow’s needsUser reaSecurable Memory Area: Configurable size Can be secured onceexiting No more access nor debugpossible Good fit to store criticaldata Critical routines Keys11

Dynamic Efficiency ModesWhen Mainstream MCU Series meets low-power requirementsWake-up timeVBAT268 µs7nA / 720 nASHUTDOWN*30 µsSTANDBY*9.5 µsSTOP 1 (full retention)11 cyclesTamper: few I/Os, RTCWake-up sources: reset pin, few I/Os, RTC43nA / 565 nA130nA / 885 nASLEEP at 26 MHzWake-up sources: BOR, IWDGWake-up sources: all I/Os, PVD, COMPs,LPUART, LPTIM, I²C, UART, USB80 µAWake-up sources: any interrupt or event37 µA / MHzRUN (Range1 ) at 150 MHz from FlashRUN (Range1 boost) at 170 MHz from FlashConditions: 25 C, VDD 3VNote : * without RTC / with RTC163 µA / MHz173 µA / MHz12

STM32G4 Products LinesGeneral PurposeApplications SpecificAnalogMemory512KBDigital PowerMemory512KBSTM32G4x3STM32G4x1Performance lineSTM32G4x4Hi-Resolution lineSTM32F334Access line32KB32KBSTM32F30x32-pin128-pinPin Count32-pin128-pinPin Count13

STM32G4 Hardware Solutions14Accelerate evaluation, prototyping and design32-pin*64-pinSTM32 NucleoFlexible prototypingEvaluation boardsFull feature STM32G4evaluation NUCLEO-G431RB STM32G484E-EVAL NUCLEO-G474RE STM32G474E-EVAL NUCLEO-G431KB* STM32G474E-EVAL1Motor ControlPackFull feature for MotorControl and Analog P-NUCLEO-IHM03Discovery kitsKey feature prototyping B-G474E-DPOW1* B-G431B-ESC1*Available now from distributor stocks*Available in distributor stocks from Q3-2019

STM32G4 Software ToolsComplete support of Arm Cortex-M ecosystemSTM32CubeMXSTM32CubeMXIDEsCompile and DebugFlexible SolutionsSTM32 Programming ToolSTM32CubeProgrammer Configure and generate Code Partners IDE, like IAR and Keil Flash and/or system memory Conflicts solver Free IDE based on Eclipselike STM32CubeIDE* GUI or command line interface* SW examples will be available in Q4 1915

STM32G4 Series – Take AwayAnalog-rich MCUs for mixed-signal applicationsPerformance170MHz Cortex-M4 coupled with 3x acceleratorsRich and Advanced Integrated AnalogADC, DAC, Op-Amp, Comp.Safety and security focusLarge portfolio available from NOW!32.512KB Flash memory32.128-pin packages16

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Analog-rich MCUs for mixed-signal applications Large portfolio available from NOW! 32.512KB Flash memory 32.128-pin packages Performance 170MHz Cortex-M4 coupled with 3x accelerators Rich and Advanced Integrated Analog ADC, DAC, Op-Amp, Comp. Safety and security focus

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