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Today, there are two predominant types of printers; laser printers which use a powdered ink (toner) and inkjet printers, which are generally less expensive and use liquid ink.

For over two decades, ST has been selling ASIC solutions for home and office printers. In addition to off-the-shelf integrated motor drivers, we have developed a range of AC-DC and DC-DC power management solutions that, together with our wireless and wired connectivity solutions, motion and environmental MEMS sensors, STM32 microcontrollers and protection devices, can help developers design cost-effective printers for commercial, industrial and personal use.

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Technical Documentation

    • Description Version Size Action
      AN1768
      ADMISSIBLE AVALANCHE POWER OF SCHOTTKY DIODES
      1.1
      46.82 KB
      PDF
      AN4356
      Antenna desense on handheld equipment
      1.2
      1.8 MB
      PDF
      AN4974
      Antenna matching for ST25R3911B/ST25R391x devices
      2.0
      3 MB
      PDF
      AN4914
      Automatic Antenna Tuning (AAT) of ST25R3911B/ST25R391x devices
      2.0
      1.9 MB
      PDF
      AN604
      Calculation of conduction losses in a power rectifier
      3.2
      137.74 KB
      PDF
      AN5085
      Cycling endurance and data retention of EEPROMs in ST25DVxxx products based on CMOS F8H process
      2.0
      306.83 KB
      PDF
      AN4653
      Cycling endurance and data retention of high density EEPROM based on CMOS F8H process
      1.0
      267.34 KB
      PDF
      AN4910
      Data exchange between wired (I²C) and wireless (RF ISO 15693) using fast transfer mode supported by ST25DV-I2C
      2.0
      598.03 KB
      PDF
      AN5264
      EVL400W-EUPL7 400W SMPS demonstration board
      2.0
      6.03 MB
      PDF
      AN4913
      Energy harvesting delivery impact on ST25DVxxx behavior during RF communication
      1.0
      1.05 MB
      PDF
      AN2866
      How to design a 13.56 MHz customized antenna for ST25 NFC / RFID Tags
      3.0
      615.85 KB
      PDF
      AN2972
      How to design an antenna for dynamic NFC tags
      9.0
      1.59 MB
      PDF
      AN3353
      IEC 61000-4-2 standard testing
      1.2
      171.08 KB
      PDF
      AN836
      LOW FORWARD VOLTAGE SCHOTTKY DIODE
      2.1
      51.89 KB
      PDF
      AN5043
      Layout recommendations for the design of boards with ST25R3911B/ST25R391x devices
      4.0
      873.78 KB
      PDF
      AN4911
      NDEF management with ST25DVxxx and ST25TVxxx products
      4.0
      460.67 KB
      PDF
      AN4433
      Storing data into the NDEF memory of M24SR
      2.0
      507.23 KB
      PDF
      AN4985
      Wake-up mode of the ST25R3911B/ST25R391x
      1.0
      805.57 KB
      PDF
      AN1471
      What happens to the M24xxx I²C EEPROM if the I²C bus communication is stopped?
      4.4
      72.36 KB
      PDF
      AN1768

      ADMISSIBLE AVALANCHE POWER OF SCHOTTKY DIODES

      AN4356

      Antenna desense on handheld equipment

      AN4974

      Antenna matching for ST25R3911B/ST25R391x devices

      AN4914

      Automatic Antenna Tuning (AAT) of ST25R3911B/ST25R391x devices

      AN604

      Calculation of conduction losses in a power rectifier

      AN5085

      Cycling endurance and data retention of EEPROMs in ST25DVxxx products based on CMOS F8H process

      AN4653

      Cycling endurance and data retention of high density EEPROM based on CMOS F8H process

      AN4910

      Data exchange between wired (I²C) and wireless (RF ISO 15693) using fast transfer mode supported by ST25DV-I2C

      AN5264

      EVL400W-EUPL7 400W SMPS demonstration board

      AN4913

      Energy harvesting delivery impact on ST25DVxxx behavior during RF communication

      AN2866

      How to design a 13.56 MHz customized antenna for ST25 NFC / RFID Tags

      AN2972

      How to design an antenna for dynamic NFC tags

      AN3353

      IEC 61000-4-2 standard testing

      AN836

      LOW FORWARD VOLTAGE SCHOTTKY DIODE

      AN5043

      Layout recommendations for the design of boards with ST25R3911B/ST25R391x devices

      AN4911

      NDEF management with ST25DVxxx and ST25TVxxx products

      AN4433

      Storing data into the NDEF memory of M24SR

      AN4985

      Wake-up mode of the ST25R3911B/ST25R391x

      AN1471

      What happens to the M24xxx I²C EEPROM if the I²C bus communication is stopped?

Presentations & Training Material

    • Description Version Size Action
      M24SR Product Presentation 2.1
      1.27 MB
      PDF
      ST25DV-I2C product presentation 2.2
      2.1 MB
      PDF
      USB type-C™ advanced protection solutions quick start guide 2.0
      1.31 MB
      PDF

      M24SR Product Presentation

      ST25DV-I2C product presentation

      USB type-C™ advanced protection solutions quick start guide

Publications and Collaterals

    • Description Version Size Action
      Field-Effect Rectifier Diodes Advantageously replace Schottky (60V and 100V) 1.0
      1.29 MB
      PDF
      High performance NFC/RFID readers 1.0
      981.89 KB
      PDF
      NFC / RFID tags M24SR series 2.0
      1.24 MB
      PDF
      SOD123Flat power Schottky diodes for improved cost and space-savings 1.0
      2.03 MB
      PDF
      SOD128Flat power Schottky diodes for improved cost and space-savings 1.0
      2.18 MB
      PDF

      Field-Effect Rectifier Diodes Advantageously replace Schottky (60V and 100V)

      High performance NFC/RFID readers

      NFC / RFID tags M24SR series

      SOD123Flat power Schottky diodes for improved cost and space-savings

      SOD128Flat power Schottky diodes for improved cost and space-savings

    • Description Version Size Action
      Linear and Switching Voltage Regulators Selection Guide 3.0
      370.88 KB
      PDF
      STSPIN motor drivers 11.2017
      1.6 MB
      PDF

      Linear and Switching Voltage Regulators Selection Guide

      STSPIN motor drivers

    • Description Version Size Action
      Brochure Secure MCUs - Secure Solutions 1.2
      1.11 MB
      PDF

      Brochure Secure MCUs - Secure Solutions

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