Category: RTC (Real-time clock)

A real-time clock (RTC) is an electronic device (most often in the form of an integrated circuit) that measures the passage of time.

STM32 power saving: intro and Arduino vs STM framework 0

STM32 power saving: intro and Arduino vs STM framework – 3

In a remote device, one important feature can be the power consumption, and like other devices, STM32 allows a set of Low Power states.
In the Arduino framework, these states are wrapped and simplified to allow the most straightforward management, but we will look at the original state of STM32 to better understand the test results.

STM32: internal RTC clock and battery backup (VBAT) 2

STM32: internal RTC, clock and battery backup (VBAT)

In this article, we will delve into the inner workings of the STM32’s internal RTC and its associated clock system. We will also discuss the importance and implementation of battery backup (VBAT) in ensuring the accurate and uninterrupted operation of the RTC. Whether you’re a seasoned engineer or a beginner looking to broaden your knowledge, this article aims to provide you with an in-depth understanding of these key STM32 features, allowing you to unlock the full potential of your embedded systems.