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CCS 5.1 also has support for these devices. Guess that they are new devices which are not yet released to market. While the TI website doesn't list any details, by comparing the device include .h and linker .cmd files you can determine how these new devices differ. e.g. comparing the cc430f5137.h and cc430f5147.h files in CCS 5.1 shows:
1) CC430F5137 has an ADC12_PLUS module, where as CC430F5147 has an ADC10_A module
2) The CCS430F5147 has a PMM Power Mode 5 register, which means it should support LPMx.5 modes
3) CC430F5137 has a RTC module where as CC430F5147 has a RTC_D module. The RTC_D module has additional BIN2BCD (Real Time Binary-to-BCD conversion register) and BCD2BIN (Real Time BCD-to-binary conversion register) registers.
Those numbers also appear here: http://processors.wiki.ti.com/index.php/IAR_Embedded_Workbench_Kickstart_for_TI_MSP430_Release_Notes
Perhaps you should also leave a comment there?
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