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Previously I was using MSP430F123 with MSP-FET430UIF USB programmer . Now I switched to MSP430F1611. I am not sure if I can use the same debugger /Programmer. Please let me know the correct programmer for MSP430F1611 boards i.e, msp-ts430pm64. I know that board with USB programmer is available at TI but as I already have a programmer I prefer to use that if I can.
The (white) MSP-FET430UIF was the universal programming tool for all MSP processors. It has been replaced recently by the (black) MSP-FET, which supports EnergyTrace. However, the older FET430UIF is still supported and should be able to program all available MSPs. The interface (the 14-pin header) hasn’t changed, so all boards are compatible. But the higher JTAG speed and the faster communication between the new MSP-FET and PC may affect the behavior of a target MSP when debugging. (usually a sign of an undetected racing condition in the code)
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