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STM32 Nucleo and BMM150 sensor example using the Arduino IDE

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In this article we look at the BMM150 digital geomagnetic sensor BMM150 is a low power and low noise 3-axis digital geomagnetic sensor to be...

STM32 Nucleo and ISL29125 RGB color light sensor Arduino example

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In this example we look at the ISL29125 RED, GREEN and BLUE color light sensor Here is some info about the sensor The ISL29125 is a low power,...

STM32 Nucleo and HDC2080 sensor example using the Arduino IDE

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In this article we look at yet a HDC2080 humidity and temperature sensor from TI - we will connect up to an STM32 Nucleo...

STM32 Nucleo and LPS25H pressure sensor example using the Arduino IDE

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In this article we look at a LPS25H pressure sensor and we will use an STM32 Nucleo and will look at an example of...

STM32 Nucleo and LPS22HB absolute pressure sensor example using the Arduino IDE

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In this article we look at another absolute pressure sensor - this time its the LPS22HB and once again we will connect this to...

STM32 Nucleo and SHTC1 digital humidity sensor example using the Arduino IDE

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In this article we look at an SHTC1 digital humidity sensor and we will connect it to a Nucleo Lets look at some information about...

STM32 Nucleo and BMA400 acceleration sensor example using the Arduino IDE

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In this article we look at another acceleration sensor - this time its the BMA400 The BMA400 is the first real ultra-low power acceleration sensor...

Stm32 Nucleo and BM388 sensor example using the Arduino IDE

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In this article we will take a look at the BMP388 by Bosch Sensortec, we will connect it to a Nucleo board and we...

STM32 Nucleo and BH1745NUC Sensor example using the Arduino IDE

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In this article we look at a BH1745NUC Luminance and Colour Sensor and connect it to an Nucleo board - in this case we...

Nucleo-L496ZG development board

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In this article we look at a piece of hardware we have had for a while, the Nucleo-L496ZG development board. Overview This board features a STM32...

ADXL337 accelerometer and Arduino Due example

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In this article we connect an ADXL337 accelerometer to an Arduino Due The ADXL337 is a small, thin, low power, complete 3-axis accelerometer with signal conditioned voltage...

Arduino Due and VEML6040 color sensor example

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VEML6040 color sensor senses red, green, blue, and white light and incorporates photodiodes, amplifiers, and analog / digital circuits into a single chip using...