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Part Number: CAPTIVATE-FR2633
I want to confirm a way to evaluate Captivate design and move it to customer's appliation.
Please see below file.
A is prototype. The prototype has been already finished evaluating.So, application software is prepared in prototype.
B is final customer's application and it is on work now.
Application software that developed with A would be diverted to B.And the application would be downloaded to MSP430FR2633 with MSP-FET in B design.Is this way of development to final system feasible?
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In reply to Dennis Lehman:
Thank you for your reply.
I will ask the customer to have a pin layout to connect to CAPTIVATE-PGMR from MSP430 customer board because fine tuning with Captivate Design Center for the customer's layout might be needed.
In this case, customer's boards would be programmed only by SBW.
Could it be reasonable?
And I have additional question.
CAPTIVATE-FR2633 has 32KHz XTAL externally.
In schamatics, XTAL is surrounded with dot-line. (I don't know what it means)
Is it possible to eliminate XTAL? Is there any impact if XTAL is eliminated?
In reply to na na78:
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