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From ultra-low power MSP430™ MCUs and high-performance C2000™ real-time controllers, to Hercules 32-bit ARM-based safety MCUs and Stellaris® ARM® Cortex™-M4F MCUs, TI offers the broadest range of embedded control products.
Current list of the winners for the Make the Switch to MCU Success Stories Monthly Drawing
Winner: Juan Garcia
Entry: Liebner Notification System
"Project using the MSP430F5310 and MSP430F2272."
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Winner: Norman Chahuares
Entry: How I made the Switch to TI
"Having used PIC MCUs since I was in school, I was used to write firmware in asembler. So it was really nice to find out that a good C compiler for MSP430 MCUs was available. But I didn't completely switch to TI MCUs until I tried the Picollo ControlStick + ControlSUIT. The ControlSUIT had everything I could need to debelop a motor control application."
Read More of Why They Made the Switch to MCU with the Picollo ControlStick + ControlSUIT +
Winner: Simon Thome
Entry: Switched to Stellaris Cortex-M4
"Stellaris Cortex-M controllers are a pleasure to work with! The Stellaris libraries get you up and running with ease!"
Read More of Why They Made the Switch to MCU with Stellaris Cortex-M4 +
Winner: Mark Felskowski
Entry: My switch to MSP430 family
"In the microcontroler's program I have involved almost all of the available interrupts, as for the communication I used UART based on hardware timers, I also used communication via SPI with the external thermocouple temperature converter. The MSP430 microprocessor is well suited for such applications."
Read More of Why They Made the Switch to MCU with MSP430 LaunchPad Here +
Winner: Lonnie Honeycutt
Entry: In the process of 'switching' to TI MCU's now!
"The ease and speed which you can program the MSP-430 and move it to your own board is amazing."
Winner: Ghourabi Lahcen
Entry: switch from NXP LPC2468 to Stellaris LM3S9B95
"The Stellaris LM3S9B95 MCU has an software libraries with examples and explanation."
Read More of Why They Made the Switch to MCU with Stellaris LM3S9B95 Here +
Winner: Don Bertke
Entry: Switch to MSP430
"If you have not yet look into the MSP430 line, you should. The price/performance capability is awesome."
Read More of Why They Made the Switch to MCU with MSP430 Here +
Winner: cheng pang
Entry: Switch from stm32 to Stellaris
"Right now I am learning porting a RTOS to the microcontroller, and LM3S9b96 is ROM integrated with SafeRTOS, which is a great plus. Also, the EVALBOT kit is also a great tool to learn the RTOS. I am very glad to switch to TI, or I wish I have done that earlier."
Read More of Why They Made the Switch to MCU with Stellaris Here +
Winner: Andrey Cherepanov
Entry: Switch to TI Stellaris
"Thanks to the huge amount of examples, the use of built-in peripherals configuration functions, we were able to write the code very quickly. Also using the ROM functions helped reduce the power consumption of the device by 10%-15%. We are done now! Project was finished just in time. Thanks to All."
Winner: Joju Mohan
Entry: GPS Problem
"My project it is based on GPS I want to collect information about the longitude and latitude and TX via RF module... the problem is power consumption so I switched to msp430 and I learned the power optimization Technic now my project is running well with more battery life."
Winner: Victor Youk54486Entry: Why I made the switch
"A board we tested using an MSP430 instead of another 8-bit MCU used 40% less power, even though we are new to MSP. Because of MSP430's focus on low power, we also learned much about optimizing low power consumption so our programming skills improved."Read More of Why They Made the Switch to MCU with MSP430 Here +
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