CircuitCo WiFly Boosterpack Giveaway

CircuitCo WiFly Boosterpack Giveaway

CircuitCo sent us a WiFly Boosterpack for a giveaway to our members. The WiFly Shield equips your Launchpad with the ability to connect to 802.11b/g wireless networks. The design uses the Launchpad’s UART hardware to interface to Roving Network’s RN171XV ultra-low power embedded TCP/IP module.

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The Fuel Tank BoosterPack Reviewed

The Fuel Tank BoosterPack Reviewed

In the first week of this month, TI along with Element 14 released the Fuel Tank BoosterPack, which can be used as a standalone power source for the Launchpad. It comes in the XL BoosterPack form factor to support 20 as well as 40 pin designs. Spirilis from the HWTourist blog has put up a detailed review on the BoosterPack.

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Interfacing An SD-Card To The Launchpad – A Walkthrough Tutorial

Interfacing An SD-Card To The Launchpad – A Walkthrough Tutorial

Connecting an SD-Card to your Launchpad opens up your options to use the MSP430 platform as a cheap data logger, from temperature to acceleration. Although you can log to an SD-Card in a raw format, it is much more useful if you could store data onto it as files. This will allow you to disconnect the card from your Launchpad(using a BoosterPack) and view the files on it on a PC.

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Winners! 43oh Holiday PCB

Winners! 43oh Holiday PCB

Thank you all for participating in the 43oh Holiday PCB kit giveaway. This tree is bling! – with flashy lights, cap touch buttons and a piezo speaker to rock your tunes. Code is open source and will be made available in Cubeberg’s build thread.

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Two 43oh Holiday PCB Kits To Two Random Commentors

Two 43oh Holiday PCB Kits To Two Random Commentors

Winter is in full force. We love everything about it – the holidays, lights, cheer – but hate the extreme cold and shoveling. Yes, Florida and the southern hemisphere – we know you guys have nice toasty weather. If you have been following Cubeberg( creator of the IV-18 VFD Tube Clock BoosterPack Kit ), he has completed setting up his Christmas Tree PCB. He made it so that his kids could solder them up easily and hang them up on a tree.

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