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BOARD EVAL FOR MEMS SENSORS

STEVAL-MKI062V2

Manufacturer Part Number
STEVAL-MKI062V2
Description
BOARD EVAL FOR MEMS SENSORS
Manufacturer
STMicroelectronics
Series
iNEMOr

Specifications of STEVAL-MKI062V2

Design Resources
STEVAL-MKI062V2 Gerber Files STEVAL-MKI062V2 Schematic STEVAL-MKI062V2 Bill of Materials
Sensor Type
Accelerometer, Gyroscope, Magnetometer, Pressure, Temperature
Sensing Range
±2g,4g,8g; 300 ~ 1100mbar; 300°/sec; -55 ~125°C
Interface
I²C, USB
Sensitivity
Multiple
Voltage - Supply
5V, USB
Embedded
Yes, MCU, 32-Bit
Utilized Ic / Part
LPR430AL, LY330ALH, LSM303DLH, LPS001DL, STM32F103RE, STLM75
Interface Type
USB, CAN, I2C
Maximum Operating Temperature
+ 125 C
Minimum Operating Temperature
- 55 C
Silicon Manufacturer
STMicroelectronics
Kit Application Type
Sensor
Application Sub Type
MEMS Device
Silicon Family Name
INEMO
Kit Contents
MicroSD Card Slot, COM Connector, Reset Button,
Rohs Compliant
Yes
Lead Free Status / RoHS Status
Lead free / RoHS Compliant
For Use With/related Products
STM32F103RE
Other names
497-10508

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7.5.1
Note:
STM32-MEMS USB demonstration application
The STM32-MEMS USB demonstration application reads data from the MEMS sensor and
sends it over USB to a PC. On the PC side runs the MEMS USB Reader (Windows GUI
application), which use an HID class of USB interface to receive data sent by the
demonstration application.
It is possible to use any of the compatible MEMS demonstration boards (see list in previous
section) without changing the firmware. However, do not forget to change the jumper
settings on the STM32-MEMS demonstration board if needed (for example, when changing
from an analog MEMS to a digital one).
Follow these steps to run the demonstration application.
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In most cases it is necessary to power-down and power-up the system after flashing the
STM32 MCU before plugging it to a PC.
Figure 19
Mount the STM32-MEMS demonstration board onto the STM32 demonstration board
and mount the MEMS demonstration board onto the STM32-MEMS demonstration
board.
Correctly set-up the jumpers on the STM32-MEMS demonstration board.
Go to the IAR EWARM IDE in Project/Options/General Options and select the device
corresponding to the one used on your STM32 demonstration board (either ST
STM32F10xxB or ST STM32F10xxE).
In the stm32_mems_adapter.h file uncomment one line corresponding to the STM32
demonstration board used.
Compile, flash and run the project.
Run the MEMS USB Reader on the PC.
shows the MEMS USB Reader Windows GUI application.
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