Other Parts Discussed in Thread: MSP-FET, , MSP430F47197, MSP430F6736A
I'm using an MSP-FET to successfully load my firmware into the MSP430-F6736A on my custom board.
I'm using a custom JTAG cable that i made up from a 8 wire ribbon cable.
This works with no problems.
So i can assume my cable is fine (length 180mm).
I am now wanting to load my firmware using an MSP-GANG and using the same cable as above.
The board has its own power (naturally) and the GANG has been set up to NOT supply power to target.
When i try and load the MSP I get error 14 "Vcc too high"...but when measured, Vcc is 3.25 so clearly its not too high so the error message must mean something else.
As a test, I did lower the board voltage so Vcc was 2.8V but then i got an error 23 (Failed to initialise MCU) which i would think is quite correct as that voltage is too low.
I did try lowering the data rate but that still gave the same error 14.
I know the GANG is not faulty because i've successfully read the flash on an MSP430F47197 using a std JTAG cable and TS430PZ100A.
This is the GANG setup..
My Question is: What could be wrong??