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Deal : The New MSP430FR5969 LaunchPad At 35% Off

Deal : The New MSP430FR5969 LaunchPad At 35% Off

The recently released FRAM MSP430FR5969 Launchpad, is now retailing for $15.6 for the next two weeks at the TI-Estore, down from $24. The MSP-EXP430FR5969 brings the exciting new features of the MSP430FR5969 into the LaunchPad ecosystem.

Power Leaks In Your Chip? Debug Them With TI’s New EnergyTrace++ Technology

Power Leaks In Your Chip? Debug Them With TI’s New EnergyTrace++ Technology

Yes, a fitting scene from Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs:2. TI recently released the new EnergyTrace++ utility for developers, which provides an inside view of an MSP430 micro-controller’s power consumption and profile. This becomes a very handy tool as you try to effectively use whatever power you are rationed with.

MSP430 Inside 4 : Microsoft’s Surface Pro 1 And 2

MSP430 Inside 4 : Microsoft’s Surface Pro 1 And 2

This post is a part of the series MSP430 Inside, which showcases products using the MSP430 micro-controller. All macro screen captures are courtesy iFixIt. 43oh Member, Chicken, speculates that the MSP430G2402( 16Mhz, 8kB Flash) act as touch controllers. Do you?

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