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STM32WBx0 Value Line

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The STM32WBx0 is a dual-core wireless MCU based on an Arm® Cortex®‐M4 core running at 64 MHz (application processor) and an Arm® Cortex®‐M0+ core at 32 MHz (network processor).

The STM32WBx0 Value Line is an entry-level solution, extending our portfolio to allow developers to define the right level of features so their design is cost-efficient and meets the requirements of a broad range of industrial and consumer IoT applications.

Thanks to its low-power stop mode and best-in-class RF performance, the STM32WBx0 Value Line provides application connectivity with an extended battery life, making it ideal for point to point or meshed applications such as innovative location-based services in retail marketing, asset tracking, beaconing...

Wireless connectivity


Providing flexibility and scalability to your wireless design, the STM32WBx0 Value Line of wireless microcontrollers addresses Bluetooth® LE 5.2-certified stack, supports Mesh 1.0 network, and multiple profiles. It can also run several protocols including IEEE 802.15.4 with Zigbee® PRO and its wide set of Zigbee 3.0 Clusters, as well as OpenThread mesh networking protocols.

  • The STM32WB50 proposing 1MB Flash memory ensures your application runs smoothly, whatever the protocol stack and application solution, without the need of an external Flash memory component.
  • The STM32WB30 comes with scalability to match the diversity of device complexity.

Package information

STM32WBx0 wireless microcontrollers is based on the QFN48 package, pin-to-pin compatible with the QFN48 of the STM32WBx5 series (ECOPACK2® compliant package). STM32WBx0 line features a high memory capability to support the entire software platform.

Development ecosystem

The STM32WB55 Nucleo pack and STM32Cube Ecosystem form a consistent set of software development tools to quickly and easily start developing your application across the whole STM32WB portfolio.

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