jpnorair 340 Posted September 4, 2014 Share Posted September 4, 2014 Just a note: I'm building an open source project that utilizes STM32L0 as USB-UART gateway. This chip has some interesting attributes, and it can create a low-cost, small geometry USB interface that is also programmable. I'm building the CDC-ACM to UART version first, then an Android version that does the necessary authentication, and then finally a USB-Ethernet version so you can telnet to it (ssh is too much overhead). The idle current will be in the area of 2uA, so it's a good USB bridge for any low power project you may have, unlike most off the shelf bridge chips which are nowhere near this. greeeg, bluehash, username and 5 others 8 Quote Link to post Share on other sites
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