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Been using the MSP430F123IPW in a product for a number of years. We've been using it with a 7.2 MHz crystal.
I want to run it with an oscillator.
I believe that is impossible because this device does not have a XT2CLK input. The LFXT1CLK is designed for crystals or resonators, not oscillators.
Is this true?
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In reply to old_cow_yellow:
In reply to Mike Unger:
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In reply to Jens-Michael Gross:
According to the data-sheet (slas312c.pdf) page 22, when using an external logic-level clock source at XIN, the required voltage level is: logic low should be between 0% and 20% of Vcc, logic high should be between 80% and 100% of Vcc.
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