Going retro with the MSP430 analog gauge clock

Going retro with the MSP430 analog gauge clock

Daniel details his MSP430 clock build using the Value Line series MSP430G2553 with analog gauges to display time. He used a 32.768Khz watch crystal along with the on-chip watchdog timer to create a Real Time Clock, instead of adding a separate chip. The ammeters are...

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TI Store Fall free shipping coupon

TI Store Fall free shipping coupon

If you were unable to take advantage of the previous TI Store free shipping deal, which ended on October 23, there is another coupon that extends all the way to December 31, 2016. Thanks to Fred for spotting the coupon over at the EEVBlog forums. Find the coupon here....

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CapTIvate Multi-Touch With The MSP432

CapTIvate Multi-Touch With The MSP432

Rei Vilo has put up a detailed project on Hackster.io on using TI's new capacitive touch development kit. The kit comes with a MSP430FR2633 microcontroller that is the primary interface to the capacitive buttons. A CapTIvate Design Center GUI allows you to generate...

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