Library 60- CPU load monitor for STM32F4xx devices

Yesterday, I’ve made a post about monitoring CPU load depending on CPU work and it’s sleep time using DWT counter. This post can be found here.

This post is now a library, set together from post about CPU load.

Library

Features

  • Measures CPU load. Load depends between sleep time and work time of CPU
  • CPU load is updated for every System core clock cycles. In other words, that is each 1 second
  • DWT counter used for measurements
  • Sleep mode which is measured can be wait for interrupt or wait for event

Dependencies

  • CMSIS
    • STM32F4xx
    • STM32F4xx PWR
    • STM32F4xx
  • TM
    • defines.h
    • TM LOWPOWER
    • TM GENERAL

Functions and enumerations

Example

Project is available on Github, download library below.

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TM STM32F4 CPU LOAD Library

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  • Jacob

    is it possible to read CPU voltage in program? It could improve ADC measurement for example.
    On my board Ucc varies between 2.8 V and 2.9 V. I get this information from voltmeter and ST-LINK Utility (Target->Settings: Target Voltage).

    • Voltage reference could be measured for adc as far I know. Must check reference manual for that but it is part of adc.

      Btw..cpu voltage is 1.25V 😀