Stm32 Modular Sensors Node for Vibration Analysis Connected with digiBlitz

STM32 modular sensors node for vibration analysis connected with digiblitz iot platform

Overview

An STM32 modular sensor node integrates a combination of hardware boards and pre-built software to enable the fast prototyping of Internet of Things (IoT) applications.

Step-by-Step guide to run application

Step - 1. Get all the Hardware boards

An STM32 modular sensor node integrates a combination of hardware boards and pre-built software to enable the fast prototyping of Internet of Things (IoT) applications.

The key components of the kit are:

Nucleo-F401RE

Motion MEMS and environmental sensor expansion board for STM32 Nucleo.

X-NUCLEO-IKS01A2

STM32 Nucleo board powered by an STM32F4 high-performance microcontroller.

X-NUCLEO-IDW01M1

Wi-Fi expansion board based on SWPF01SA RF module for STM32 Nucleo.

X-NUCLEO-NFC01A1 (Optional)

Dynamic NFC tag expansion board based on an M24SR tag IC with dual interface for STM32 Nucleo.

FP-CLD-WATSON1

Pre-built STM32 ODE software function pack based on STM32Cube libraries, integrating MQTT protocol and algorithms for Vibration Analysis, with application examples to connect with digiBlitz Cloud

Step - 2. Connect Hardware kit to the PC using USB 2.0 port

In few easy steps, you can flash your Nucleo-based sensor node and connect it to digiBlitz Cloud to transmit sensor’s data on to the Quickstart web page:

  • Once the required set of boards is acquired, combine the STM32 Nucleo board with the expansion boards using the ST morpho and Arduino Uno connectors as shown below
  • Connect STM32 Nucleo board to a PC using a USB type A to Mini-B USB cable
  • Download and install STSW-LINK004 from www.st.com
  • Now you should see your board as a USB storage device in window’s explorer

Step - 3. Download and unzip the Software Package

Step - 4: Start the Application in Quickstart Mode

Step - 5: Visualize data on digiBlitz Quickstart web-page