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smart gas meter not only measures gas flow but use wireless communication to connect to local or wide area networks allowing infrastructure maintenance, remote location monitoring and automatic billing. It also has leakage and shock detection systems that can greatly increase safety by detecting emergency situations and enabling the immediate and remote cutting of the gas flow in case of seismic activity or gas leakage.

Smart gas meters are powered by batteries, and thus low-power devices play a crucial role in defining system configurations.

ST supports designers with our unique system-level application know-how and a compelling portfolio of semiconductor products, evaluation boards and software development kits to overcome the design challenges posed by smart gas meter applications.

Our ultra-low-power sub-GHz RF communication solutions support all major protocols: long-range – including WM-BUS and proprietary LPWAN protocols such as LoRa and Sigfox – and short-range such as dual NFC/RFID interface tags and ultra-low-power Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) and 802.15.4 system-on-chips. Together with ultra-low-power STM8L or STM32L microcontrollers, our solutions help applications meet the battery lifetime expectancy needed in smart gas meters.

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Technical Documentation

    • Description Version Size Action
      AN4653
      Cycling endurance and data retention of high density EEPROM based on CMOS F8H process
      1.0
      267.34 KB
      PDF
      AN2648
      Increasing the resolution of analog temperature sensors
      1.4
      161.7 KB
      PDF
      AN4962
      S2-LP ETSI compliance test at 868 MHz SRD band
      1.0
      1.8 MB
      PDF
      AN4708
      Signal conditioning for shock sensors
      1.0
      677.75 KB
      PDF
      AN4392
      Using the BlueNRG family transceivers under ARIB STD-T66 in the 2400 – 2483.5 MHz band
      3.2
      539.68 KB
      PDF
      AN4387
      Using the BlueNRG family transceivers under ETSI EN 300 328 in 2400 –2483.5 MHz band
      3.0
      4.39 MB
      PDF
      AN4378
      Using the BlueNRG family transceivers under FCC title 47 part 15 in the 2400 – 2483.5 MHz band
      3.0
      1.9 MB
      PDF
      AN4953
      Using the S2-LP transceiver under ARIB STD-T108 in the 920 MHz band
      1.0
      4.23 MB
      PDF
      AN5008
      Using the S2-LP transceiver under the ARIB STD-T67 standard
      1.0
      871.54 KB
      PDF
      AN4305
      Using the SPIRIT1 transceiver with range extender under EN 300 220 at 169 MHz
      1.0
      1.84 MB
      PDF
      AN4772
      wM-Bus (2013) firmware stack overview
      1.0
      786.08 KB
      PDF
      AN4653

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

      AN2648

      Increasing the resolution of analog temperature sensors

      AN4962

      S2-LP ETSI compliance test at 868 MHz SRD band

      AN4708

      Signal conditioning for shock sensors

      AN4392

      Using the BlueNRG family transceivers under ARIB STD-T66 in the 2400 – 2483.5 MHz band

      AN4387

      Using the BlueNRG family transceivers under ETSI EN 300 328 in 2400 –2483.5 MHz band

      AN4378

      Using the BlueNRG family transceivers under FCC title 47 part 15 in the 2400 – 2483.5 MHz band

      AN4953

      Using the S2-LP transceiver under ARIB STD-T108 in the 920 MHz band

      AN5008

      Using the S2-LP transceiver under the ARIB STD-T67 standard

      AN4305

      Using the SPIRIT1 transceiver with range extender under EN 300 220 at 169 MHz

      AN4772

      wM-Bus (2013) firmware stack overview

    • Description Version Size Action
      TN1219
      HTS221 digital humidity sensor: reference design implementation
      2.0
      367.08 KB
      PDF
      TN1218
      Interpreting humidity and temperature readings in the HTS221 digital humidity sensor
      4.0
      3.67 MB
      PDF
      TN1219

      HTS221 digital humidity sensor: reference design implementation

      TN1218

      Interpreting humidity and temperature readings in the HTS221 digital humidity sensor

    • Description Version Size Action
      UM1960
      Sample wM-Bus 2013 application layer implementation for SPIRIT1 boards
      1.0
      1.93 MB
      PDF
      UM1960

      Sample wM-Bus 2013 application layer implementation for SPIRIT1 boards

Presentations & Training Material

    • Description Version Size Action
      New STM32WB Series MCU with built-in Bluetooth™ 5 and IEEE 802.15.4 1.0
      1.74 MB
      PDF
      ST25DV-I2C product presentation 2.2
      2.1 MB
      PDF
      STM32 Development Boards Portfolio 1.0
      3.08 MB
      PDF
      STM32 and STM8 software development tools 02.2019
      1.62 MB
      PDF
      STM32L4 MCU series - Excellence in ultra-low-power with performance 4.0
      1.29 MB
      PDF
      STM32L4+ MCU series - Excellence in ultra-low-power with more performance 1.0
      1.03 MB
      PDF

      New STM32WB Series MCU with built-in Bluetooth™ 5 and IEEE 802.15.4

      ST25DV-I2C product presentation

      STM32 Development Boards Portfolio

      STM32 and STM8 software development tools

      STM32L4 MCU series - Excellence in ultra-low-power with performance

      STM32L4+ MCU series - Excellence in ultra-low-power with more performance

Publications and Collaterals

    • Description Version Size Action
      BlueNRG-2 The IoT Ready Bluetooth® low energy System-on-Chip 4.0
      403.31 KB
      PDF
      Industrial MEMS motion sensors 1.0
      1.36 MB
      PDF
      Micropower op amp and comparator solutions 2.0
      1.53 MB
      PDF
      S2-LP:Ultra-low-power, high-performance, sub-1GHz RF transceiver 4.0
      1.47 MB
      PDF
      ST25DV-I2C series - Dynamic NFC/RFID tags 1.0
      1.47 MB
      PDF
      STM32L4 Series - Ultra-low-power and performance 18.10
      437.71 KB
      PDF
      STM32L4+ Series - Ultra-low-power and more performance 18.05
      492.01 KB
      PDF
      STM32WB Wireless Series Bluetooth™ 5 and IEEE 802.15.4 19.04
      687.91 KB
      PDF

      BlueNRG-2 The IoT Ready Bluetooth® low energy System-on-Chip

      Industrial MEMS motion sensors

      Micropower op amp and comparator solutions

      S2-LP:Ultra-low-power, high-performance, sub-1GHz RF transceiver

      ST25DV-I2C series - Dynamic NFC/RFID tags

      STM32L4 Series - Ultra-low-power and performance

      STM32L4+ Series - Ultra-low-power and more performance

      STM32WB Wireless Series Bluetooth™ 5 and IEEE 802.15.4

    • Description Version Size Action
      EEPROM selection guide 2.0
      843.56 KB
      PDF
      Linear and Switching Voltage Regulators Selection Guide 3.0
      370.88 KB
      PDF
      Protection devices selection guide 1.0
      1.27 MB
      PDF

      EEPROM selection guide

      Linear and Switching Voltage Regulators Selection Guide

      Protection devices selection guide

    • Description Version Size Action
      Brochure Power management guide 10.2018
      4.42 MB
      PDF
      NFC solutions from ST 1.0
      3.53 MB
      PDF
      Operational amplifiers: performance, robust and advanced technology
      2.52 MB
      PDF
      STM32L series - Ultra-low-power 32-bit MCUs 18.11
      3.86 MB
      PDF
      STM32L0 Series - Ultra-low-power MCUs - Tailored to your needs 17.03
      1.95 MB
      PDF
      Sensors for industrial and multi-segment solutions 1.0
      1.77 MB
      PDF
      Serial real-time clock ICs 1.0
      827.11 KB
      PDF

      Brochure Power management guide

      NFC solutions from ST

      Operational amplifiers: performance, robust and advanced technology

      STM32L series - Ultra-low-power 32-bit MCUs

      STM32L0 Series - Ultra-low-power MCUs - Tailored to your needs

      Sensors for industrial and multi-segment solutions

      Serial real-time clock ICs

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