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How STM32MP135 Embedded CPU Module Boosts Charging Pile

 
2023-7-27   10:22:10     Click: 621
 

Charging piles are becoming an essential part of the machinery used to charge electric vehicles (EV) due to the growing popularity of EV and growing environmental concerns. The sector is expanding quickly, and there are many consumer uses for these items, which is driving up demand. Therefore, the function, reliability, safety, and other requirements of the product have become particularly important. But the use of traditional microcontroller products can not meet the demand for smart control of the charging pile. This article will provide a detailed introduction to the charging pile solution based on MYIRs STM32MP135 CPU Module.


Charging piles are becoming an essential part of the machinery used to charge electric vehicles (EV) due to the growing popularity of EV and growing environmental concerns. The sector is expanding quickly, and there are many consumer uses for these items, which is driving up demand. Therefore, the function, reliability, safety, and other requirements of the product have become particularly important. But the use of traditional microcontroller products can not meet the demand for smart control of the charging pile. This article will provide a detailed introduction to the charging pile solution based on MYIRs STM32MP135 CPU Module.


Charging Scheme Diagram


The STM32MP135 series microprocessors are used for embedded charging pile design for electric cars, achieving the smart control of complicated functions by "commanding" 8-bit and 16-bit microcontrollers. The STM32MP135 has high performance, low cost, low power consumption, and high reliability, which makes it have the following advantages in the application of intelligent charging piles:


Running Linux OS, processing data and tasks in real-time

A charging pile typically includes a primary control system and various sub-systems such as a power supply system, charging gun, meter, display, card reading module, temperature sensor system, and so on. In charging pile applications, the ability to manage a number of complicated activities, including data processing, communication, and user interface control, is required. The STM32MP135 device contains a Cortex-A7 processor with speed up to 1 GHz, allowing users to simply run Linux OS on the ST chip and provide robust data processing capacity.



STM32MP135 Processor Block Diagram


Multiple peripheral interfaces for connecting external devices

Real-time monitoring and control of battery performance, charging process or communication system, etc. as well as the exchange of data with other systems are to be taken into account during the use of charge piles. The STM32MP135 chip includes a wide range of peripheral interfaces such as UART, SPI, I2C, USB, CAN FD, and two Gigabit Ethernet among others that can easily connect with various sensors, communication modules, and displays or other external devices in charging piles.

MYIR's STM32MP135 CPU Module Charging Pile Solution Block Diagram



Secure encryption for data protection

The security of charging piles is of paramount importance as a device that uses high-voltage electricity. The STM32MP135 chip offers a wide range of security features, including hardware encryption engine, secure boot, curing boot, and external access control. These components help to protect the charging pile against different attacks, as well as ensure user safety and data integrity.


Low-power design to reduce energy consumption

Optimization of energy usage is essential as EV charging piles need to be operated for an extended period and consume a significant amount of power. In order to prolong the working life of the charging pile and reduce energy consumption, the STM32MP135 chip has a low power feature that automatically adjusts the power consumption according to the demand.


Flexible software support

An extensive set of software support and development tools, including design boards, Linux OS, and development environments are provided by ST. These tools make it possible to rapidly and effectively create and debug applications for charging piles.


MYIR's STM32MP135 CPU Module adapts to multiple scenario requirements


Summary

The STM32MP135 chip excels in charging piles applications with its powerful processing capabilities, multi-functional features, safety and security, and low-power design. In order to meet growing demand in the EV market, this chip enables charging piles to achieve optimal management of energy consumption, intelligent control, safety and security. The STM32MP135 is a recommended choice, whether for small home charging piles or large commercial charging piles.



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