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MSP430F449: How to check compatibility of MCU with EVM and ADC

Part Number: MSP430F449
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: ADS1247, MSP430FR4133


I was wondering how I check the compatibility between ADC/EVM configurations and MCU made by TI. I am planning on using a Pt100 RTD with a ADS1247 and ADS1247EVM and I was wondering what TI MCU to use. In the guide it says 

"The digital control signals can be applied directly to J7 (top or bottom side). The modular ADS1247EVM can also be connected directly to a DSP or microcontroller interface board, such as the 5-6K Interface or HPA-MCU Interface boards available from Texas Instruments, or the MMB3 if purchased as part of the ADS1247EVM-PDK. For a list of compatible interface and/or accessory boards for the EVM or the ADS1247, see the relevant product folder on the TI web site."

Which the 5-6k is another EVM and the HPA-MCU is no longer in use. I am fairly new to this so any help would be appreciated. 

What I am trying to accomplish is using the RTD 4 wire setup with 1247 ADC and EVM, I want to collect the data using a MCU on site and then use the MCU to send the data via internet to a server so the need of connecting a computer and using software is not required in order to analyze/look at the data being gathered.

I saw that someone had been using this MCU earlier with their setup but I wanted to make sure this is compatible with the ADC and EVM mentioned above.

Thanks, Sid