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I tried to program msp430g2153 using a launchpad using test,rst,vcc and ground using ccs. But the software couldn't identify my target. Any idea to program msp430g2153
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In reply to Ryan Brown1:
In reply to anantha lakshmi:
Anathalakshmi, The link you provide is over five years old, I've already stated that the eZ430 emulator supports all MSP430G2xx2, MSP430G2xx3, and MSP430F20xx devices. Does your custom msp430G2153 board have a 47 kOhm pull-up resistor and 2.2 nF capacitor to GND on the RST line? Are the jumper lines from the eZ430 to the custom PCB as short as possible? Can you prove that your Vcc pins are properly supplied? Perform a continuity test to check for proper connections as well as detect any possible shorts. If desired you can supply your board schematics and layout images. What program are you using for the firmware upgrade? Regards, Ryan
I have did all the possibilities you suggest to me.And also i am more sure that my IC is getting power. Still I am not able to program msp430. Any other possible procedures. Or tell me the possible bugs why am i not able to program my boards and how to rectify it.
When i check the vcc voltage level for msp430g2153 ,It shows 3.5v, Even i give 3.3v from launchpad. Is there any thing to be corrected for voltage levels.
I got my board programmed. The resistor and capacitor value with the rst made a problem. Now every thing is fine Thanks for your support.
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