Part Number: MSP430FR6972 The customer would like to write the boot loader with the msp430fr6972 and burn the bin file with own bootloader via the serial port. And the customer now has the following 3 questions:
1. The fram address assignment inside the…
Part Number: MSP430FR6972
My customer found after using routines to perform FRAM read and write tests:
After running the routine, use the emulator to reload it and find that the address content of the write operation…
Part Number: MSP430FR6972 The AD and RTC functions are turned on when developing a new product with the MSP430FR6972, where both the operating current and the sleep current are large, 360uA and 99uA, respectively. Previous products did not use these two…
Part Number: MSP430FR6972 Hi, Good day. Our customer has an inquiry about the MSP430FR6972. Kindly see below. ""I hope to use timer to send data every 1 minute, but the receive time is always 3 ~ 4ms fast. The specific configuration is as follows…
Part Number: MSP430FR6972 Hi team,
Customer cannot get an accurate clock from the timer using the IC. Below is the details.
I am developing a project using MSP430FR6972. I cannot get an accurate clock from the timer. I set a time of 60 seconds…
Part Number: MSP430FR6972 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: MSP-FET Hi Team,
Customer encountering slow debugging using MSP430FR6972, they want to know if there is other options to overcome the issue. Below is the details.
" I'm using MSP430FR6972,…
Part Number: MSP430FR6972 Tool/software: Code Composer Studio Hi,
I am using MSP430FR6972.
I am transmitting one data ( let us say : 'A').
I want to transmit the data to every 2 hours.
For this : Can I use RTC interrupt?
(I want to used the inbuild…
Part Number: MSP430FR6972 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: MSP430FR2433 Tool/software: Code Composer Studio Hello,
I am using MSP430FR6972,
I want store my "Data in Memory Location 0x1800".
For that I am using FRAM Program.
But t is not storing…
Part Number: MSP430FR6972 Tool/software: WEBENCH® Design Tools Hello,
I have one doubt abouth the RF447 MOdule.
I have one 447MHz Module, connected with MSP430FR6972.
I check the "Rf Tx Power Level" in spectrum,
It is showing "-16db".…