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Part Number: MSP430FR2633
Tool/software: TI C/C++ Compiler
So I am trying to use the MSP430FR2633 with an arduino and I was just wondering how I can use this micro controller to pull raw capacitive touch data through one of the cap pins. I am trying to gather the data over i2c with the arduino but I am not sure where to start. Do I need the developer kit at all to allow the micro controller to send i2c info to an arduino? What libraries are needed in the arduino code?
Hope you can help.
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In reply to Gary Gao:
No, what exactly is the CDC? I have not purchased the development kit, is that something I need for the micro controller or to do this?
In reply to Ameen Kishta:
I downloaded the CDC however I am not sure how to have the micro controller recognized via an arduino.
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